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Re: LANGSCHUR of Ronsperg , Bohemia marries EHRENREICH of Brody, Galicia #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

This posting answers the question about Alexander EHRENREICH's [Brody & Prague]
difficult-to-deciper occupation, so please read on .....

I am happy to say that my original posting has already elicited a great
response >from four LANGSCHUR descendants - at least three are members of this
SIG!

I also now have a LANGSCHUR family tree going back to the early 1700s. This
shows the maternal line of the LANGSCHUR family appeared to arise from
Metzling/Meclov, Bohemia before marrying Nathan Loebl of Ronsperg/Pobezovice,
Bohemia - who may have been the first LANGSCHUH LANGSCHUR or LANGSCHNUR -
[these are the various spellings I have found].

At least one branch of the family moved to the USA quite early. Resi who
married Alexander EHRENREICH of Brody was indeed the granddaughter of Aaron we
find in the 1793 census. The family tree lists the fact that Resi LANGSCHUR
married an unknown EHRENREICH but that is all - so now the extended family has
a whole new branch to explore.

This brings me to the missing data - I wrote "I am now deciphering Alexander's
[EHRENREICH of Brody, Galicia] occupation" : http://tinyurl.com/yu2wyg

Thanks to a dedicated decipherer of this old German script, I now know that
Alexander was truly a new man of the Industrial Revolution - gone are the
Galician Pinkel/Binkl Juden [pedlars/peddlers], Flusssieder/distillers and
textile dealers of yesteryear; Alexander was an *Agent mehrere Dampfmuhlen* -
ie an agent for various steam mills/engines.

Alexander may well have supplied many of the Jewish industrialists of Prague
with their steam engines.

The maternal line is also represented in the 1793 census of Bohemia:

Metzling/Meclov, Klattauer Kreis [Schutz von Ronsperg] Vol V p264 - Juda
GRUNHUT aged 47 [textile dealer ]; Wife Judith 19 [this must be 29 or 39 -
unless Judith is a second-wife!]; children Wolf 9; Jakob 1; Sara 8
Living with them was Juda's mother, Rebekka GRUNHUT aged 66

I also have the name KLAUBER in Metzling - which links with GLAUBER on the tree

= I suspect it must be the same family.

Celia Male [U.K.]


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: LANGSCHUR of Ronsperg , Bohemia marries EHRENREICH of Brody, Galicia #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

This posting answers the question about Alexander EHRENREICH's [Brody & Prague]
difficult-to-deciper occupation, so please read on .....

I am happy to say that my original posting has already elicited a great
response >from four LANGSCHUR descendants - at least three are members of this
SIG!

I also now have a LANGSCHUR family tree going back to the early 1700s. This
shows the maternal line of the LANGSCHUR family appeared to arise from
Metzling/Meclov, Bohemia before marrying Nathan Loebl of Ronsperg/Pobezovice,
Bohemia - who may have been the first LANGSCHUH LANGSCHUR or LANGSCHNUR -
[these are the various spellings I have found].

At least one branch of the family moved to the USA quite early. Resi who
married Alexander EHRENREICH of Brody was indeed the granddaughter of Aaron we
find in the 1793 census. The family tree lists the fact that Resi LANGSCHUR
married an unknown EHRENREICH but that is all - so now the extended family has
a whole new branch to explore.

This brings me to the missing data - I wrote "I am now deciphering Alexander's
[EHRENREICH of Brody, Galicia] occupation" : http://tinyurl.com/yu2wyg

Thanks to a dedicated decipherer of this old German script, I now know that
Alexander was truly a new man of the Industrial Revolution - gone are the
Galician Pinkel/Binkl Juden [pedlars/peddlers], Flusssieder/distillers and
textile dealers of yesteryear; Alexander was an *Agent mehrere Dampfmuhlen* -
ie an agent for various steam mills/engines.

Alexander may well have supplied many of the Jewish industrialists of Prague
with their steam engines.

The maternal line is also represented in the 1793 census of Bohemia:

Metzling/Meclov, Klattauer Kreis [Schutz von Ronsperg] Vol V p264 - Juda
GRUNHUT aged 47 [textile dealer ]; Wife Judith 19 [this must be 29 or 39 -
unless Judith is a second-wife!]; children Wolf 9; Jakob 1; Sara 8
Living with them was Juda's mother, Rebekka GRUNHUT aged 66

I also have the name KLAUBER in Metzling - which links with GLAUBER on the tree

= I suspect it must be the same family.

Celia Male [U.K.]


Markus Einziger and the Einziger family #austria-czech

shlomith toaff
 

Family tradition insists that the family surname was
changed sometime during the reign of Kaiser Franz
Josef, after his staying in the family's guesthouse in
Nowy Sacz – Galicia.

It means that the family having that name is young and
all Einzigers are quite closely related. (said by the
generation born in the beginning of the 20th century).

Every Einziger known to members of that generation was
a descendant of a common great grandfather Nathan
(Jakob Nathan) Einziger who lived in Nowy Sacz and was
born in 1825. He was mentioned in a document from
1866 and his name was already Einziger.

When I started my research, the family members who
knew how certain Einzigers were related to each other
were already dead and I had a list of names and the
fact that they were family.

I managed to locate many more names and living people
– Einzigers and Einziger descendants, and for most of
them I found the links either to Nathan or to each
other. I'll refer to them as the known Einzigers.

Then there was a group of Einzigers, all of them in
Vienna and all of them related to Markus Einziger,
that I could not link to the known Einzigers.

At last I was told by a young woman whose grandfather
was the son of Nathan's grandson and Markus' daughter
that she was told that they had been first cousins.

Is there a better proof that Markus was Nathan's son?

Markus' children had also the right names – Jakob,
Nathan and Ester (the name of Nathan's wife) and all
of them had been born in Nowy Sacz.

The right names but probably at the wrong time.
Markus' Jakob was born in 1866, Nathan – 1870 and
Ester – 1886.

I do not know when Nathan died, but I know that his
wife was alive in the first decade of the 20th
century.

The "first cousins" fact was strong but I had more and
more doubts coming with new knowledge.

A son of Nathan was born in about 1870.

Markus' Jewish name was Manele and one of Nathn's sons
was called Man. It could be the same name.

Recently I found in documents >from Nowy Sacz another
Einziger whose daughters had been about the same age
as Nathan and his name was the most common name in the
Einziger family.

I'm almost certain that he was Nathan's father and
probably the one who adopted the name Einziger.

Could Markus be his son and Nathan's brother and then
the repeated names would be after common ancestors?
And the "first cousins" not really first?

I had to find the name of Markus' father.

It was not mentioned in Markus' Todfalsaufnahme and
it was not written on Markus' gravestone.

Can anyone advise me on any other search
possibilities in Vienna?

Apologizing for the length of this letter

Shlomith Toaff
Israel


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Markus Einziger and the Einziger family #austria-czech

shlomith toaff
 

Family tradition insists that the family surname was
changed sometime during the reign of Kaiser Franz
Josef, after his staying in the family's guesthouse in
Nowy Sacz – Galicia.

It means that the family having that name is young and
all Einzigers are quite closely related. (said by the
generation born in the beginning of the 20th century).

Every Einziger known to members of that generation was
a descendant of a common great grandfather Nathan
(Jakob Nathan) Einziger who lived in Nowy Sacz and was
born in 1825. He was mentioned in a document from
1866 and his name was already Einziger.

When I started my research, the family members who
knew how certain Einzigers were related to each other
were already dead and I had a list of names and the
fact that they were family.

I managed to locate many more names and living people
– Einzigers and Einziger descendants, and for most of
them I found the links either to Nathan or to each
other. I'll refer to them as the known Einzigers.

Then there was a group of Einzigers, all of them in
Vienna and all of them related to Markus Einziger,
that I could not link to the known Einzigers.

At last I was told by a young woman whose grandfather
was the son of Nathan's grandson and Markus' daughter
that she was told that they had been first cousins.

Is there a better proof that Markus was Nathan's son?

Markus' children had also the right names – Jakob,
Nathan and Ester (the name of Nathan's wife) and all
of them had been born in Nowy Sacz.

The right names but probably at the wrong time.
Markus' Jakob was born in 1866, Nathan – 1870 and
Ester – 1886.

I do not know when Nathan died, but I know that his
wife was alive in the first decade of the 20th
century.

The "first cousins" fact was strong but I had more and
more doubts coming with new knowledge.

A son of Nathan was born in about 1870.

Markus' Jewish name was Manele and one of Nathn's sons
was called Man. It could be the same name.

Recently I found in documents >from Nowy Sacz another
Einziger whose daughters had been about the same age
as Nathan and his name was the most common name in the
Einziger family.

I'm almost certain that he was Nathan's father and
probably the one who adopted the name Einziger.

Could Markus be his son and Nathan's brother and then
the repeated names would be after common ancestors?
And the "first cousins" not really first?

I had to find the name of Markus' father.

It was not mentioned in Markus' Todfalsaufnahme and
it was not written on Markus' gravestone.

Can anyone advise me on any other search
possibilities in Vienna?

Apologizing for the length of this letter

Shlomith Toaff
Israel


Bayside Cemetery data now available #galicia

Steven Lasky <steve@...>
 

Greetings,

I have good news for those of you who have become frustrated in
the past trying to obtain information on burials at Bayside Cemetery
in Ozone Park, New York.

I have very recently acquired most of the Bayside Cemetery burial
data (perhaps 24,000 of a total of 29,000 burials), and am currently
trying to reconcile all the data so it is organized and in as
searchable a form as possible. The burial data generally contains
the deceased's surname, given name, the name of the society who owns
the plot, the society gate number (only about 14,000 of the burials
have a town associated with the plot they're buried in), date of
burial (i.e. not date of death), age at death, and maybe a little
bit more information in certain instances. I have no photographs
(except what I have >from when I went there in the last couple of
years, for perhaps parts of only a dozen society plots), nor do I
have any information at all about the deceased's Hebrew name or the
Hebrew name of their father, and only the very rare date of birth.

Here are the names of the European towns that are associated with
some of the society burial plots located in Bayside Cemetery:

Belarus: Lyubcha and Radoskovichi

Lithuania: Kalvarija, Kraziai, Marijampole, Salant and Sejny

Poland: Biezun, Ciechanow, Gniezno, Golub-Drobzyn, Grajewo, Kalisz,
Konin, Krakow, Kutno, Makow Mazowiecki, Mlawa, Nasielsk, Plock,
Przasnysz, Pyzdry, Stawiski, Suwalki, Trzcianne and Wloclawek

There is also a plot named "Chevra/Congregation Bnei Asher/Anshei
Vishayer/Wisheier," and I don't know whether this plot is associated
with a town or a person. So if anyone has any knowledge with regards
to this name or society, please let me now.

If you think a person of interest is buried at Bayside Cemetery, you
can write to me at the e-mail address below. As I say, I am working
on getting the data in shape so I can do some easy searching, so be
patient. This database has only about 24,000 names on it of a
purported 29,000, so I might be missing the name of someone you're
looking for. There's nothing I can do about it. Many of us know this
cemetery is, for the most part, poorly maintained, so in the absence
of our being able to visit the cemetery and find who you are looking
for, this database can sure come in handy. Please enter the word
"Bayside" in the Subject field of your email, so I will be drawn to
your inquiry.

The two plots of special interest to Gesher Galicia researchers will
be the two Krakow landsmanshaft society plots at gates 61 and 66,
the latter the much larger plot. All together, there are over 500
burials there.

With this new data and with my current cemetery burial information,
not to mention Rabbi Edward Cohen's burial data >from Connecticut,
Western Massachusetts and Rhode Island, I now have more than 200,000
burial names in my database that is not currently available
elsewhere.

I hope that the information I have made available will be helpful
to you.


Regards,
Steven Lasky
New York
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Bayside Cemetery data now available #galicia

Steven Lasky <steve@...>
 

Greetings,

I have good news for those of you who have become frustrated in
the past trying to obtain information on burials at Bayside Cemetery
in Ozone Park, New York.

I have very recently acquired most of the Bayside Cemetery burial
data (perhaps 24,000 of a total of 29,000 burials), and am currently
trying to reconcile all the data so it is organized and in as
searchable a form as possible. The burial data generally contains
the deceased's surname, given name, the name of the society who owns
the plot, the society gate number (only about 14,000 of the burials
have a town associated with the plot they're buried in), date of
burial (i.e. not date of death), age at death, and maybe a little
bit more information in certain instances. I have no photographs
(except what I have >from when I went there in the last couple of
years, for perhaps parts of only a dozen society plots), nor do I
have any information at all about the deceased's Hebrew name or the
Hebrew name of their father, and only the very rare date of birth.

Here are the names of the European towns that are associated with
some of the society burial plots located in Bayside Cemetery:

Belarus: Lyubcha and Radoskovichi

Lithuania: Kalvarija, Kraziai, Marijampole, Salant and Sejny

Poland: Biezun, Ciechanow, Gniezno, Golub-Drobzyn, Grajewo, Kalisz,
Konin, Krakow, Kutno, Makow Mazowiecki, Mlawa, Nasielsk, Plock,
Przasnysz, Pyzdry, Stawiski, Suwalki, Trzcianne and Wloclawek

There is also a plot named "Chevra/Congregation Bnei Asher/Anshei
Vishayer/Wisheier," and I don't know whether this plot is associated
with a town or a person. So if anyone has any knowledge with regards
to this name or society, please let me now.

If you think a person of interest is buried at Bayside Cemetery, you
can write to me at the e-mail address below. As I say, I am working
on getting the data in shape so I can do some easy searching, so be
patient. This database has only about 24,000 names on it of a
purported 29,000, so I might be missing the name of someone you're
looking for. There's nothing I can do about it. Many of us know this
cemetery is, for the most part, poorly maintained, so in the absence
of our being able to visit the cemetery and find who you are looking
for, this database can sure come in handy. Please enter the word
"Bayside" in the Subject field of your email, so I will be drawn to
your inquiry.

The two plots of special interest to Gesher Galicia researchers will
be the two Krakow landsmanshaft society plots at gates 61 and 66,
the latter the much larger plot. All together, there are over 500
burials there.

With this new data and with my current cemetery burial information,
not to mention Rabbi Edward Cohen's burial data >from Connecticut,
Western Massachusetts and Rhode Island, I now have more than 200,000
burial names in my database that is not currently available
elsewhere.

I hope that the information I have made available will be helpful
to you.


Regards,
Steven Lasky
New York
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Re: frenchsig digest: June 11, 2007 #france

Christine Usdin <christineusd@...>
 

Subject:researches in ISRAEL
From: Christine Usdin
christineusd@wanadoo.fr

Hello,
Does somebody know where I could write to have informations about a close
relative who emigrated to Israel >from Latvia in the 1930ies?Is there a
zionist organisation which kept the lists of people?
Thanks
Christine Usdin
christineusd@wanadoo.fr


French SIG #France Re: frenchsig digest: June 11, 2007 #france

Christine Usdin <christineusd@...>
 

Subject:researches in ISRAEL
From: Christine Usdin
christineusd@wanadoo.fr

Hello,
Does somebody know where I could write to have informations about a close
relative who emigrated to Israel >from Latvia in the 1930ies?Is there a
zionist organisation which kept the lists of people?
Thanks
Christine Usdin
christineusd@wanadoo.fr


Remembering Antonia BRUHA {was: Non-Jewish Victims?} #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

This morning I answered Doug Mason's query about references to non-Jewish victims
of Nazism and, in this context, I pointed to the DOEW [see footnote] site which
lists the names of most of the known Austrian-Jewish victims as well as details of
many non-Jewish victims.

This obituary of Antonia BRUHA should interest many of you: Antonia {nee SPATH}
BRUHA - anti-Nazi activist {March 1, 1915 - December 27, 2006]
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/obituaries/article1292330.ece
Antonia [a communist] was intimately involved with DOEW since 1968, especially
with the Ravensbruck research - see also:
http://www.videoarchiv.ravensbrueck.at/html/prod1_1_engl.htm#

We definitely must not forget many of the brave non-Jewish victims of Nazi
oppression. Antonia BRUHA's life story exemplifies what many suffered for their
political beliefs. Antonia was lucky to survive to tell her tale and to
document that of the terrible suffering of others, now archived at DOEW, Vienna.

Celia Male [U.K.]

Footnote: DOEW = Documentation Centre of Austrian Resistance = see
http://www.doew.at/ and if you are interested in Austrian-Czech Jewish research
see http://www.jewishgen.org/austriaczech/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Remembering Antonia BRUHA {was: Non-Jewish Victims?} #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

This morning I answered Doug Mason's query about references to non-Jewish victims
of Nazism and, in this context, I pointed to the DOEW [see footnote] site which
lists the names of most of the known Austrian-Jewish victims as well as details of
many non-Jewish victims.

This obituary of Antonia BRUHA should interest many of you: Antonia {nee SPATH}
BRUHA - anti-Nazi activist {March 1, 1915 - December 27, 2006]
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/obituaries/article1292330.ece
Antonia [a communist] was intimately involved with DOEW since 1968, especially
with the Ravensbruck research - see also:
http://www.videoarchiv.ravensbrueck.at/html/prod1_1_engl.htm#

We definitely must not forget many of the brave non-Jewish victims of Nazi
oppression. Antonia BRUHA's life story exemplifies what many suffered for their
political beliefs. Antonia was lucky to survive to tell her tale and to
document that of the terrible suffering of others, now archived at DOEW, Vienna.

Celia Male [U.K.]

Footnote: DOEW = Documentation Centre of Austrian Resistance = see
http://www.doew.at/ and if you are interested in Austrian-Czech Jewish research
see http://www.jewishgen.org/austriaczech/


Re: Family Tree Maker #general

Maury Kitces <family.at.kitces.com@...>
 

Using FTM V16 (similar options in earlier versions) -- in Family View, select the
individual, and then go to "People/Edit Marriage". You will see a selection window
for "Friends/Married/Other/Partners/Private/Single/Unknown". The default is
"Married", but you can choose whichever option you think fits the situation
the best.


"estelle" <erg2005@comcast.net> wrote
Researching my extended family, I just found a woman who had three children.
None of them married, but each had one or two children by different partners.
I would like suggestions on how to enter this in my FTM. I entered each man's
name as a spouse (the only choice)...But, is there a better way
MODERATOR NOTE: Extended discussion of the details of particular genealogy programs
is beyond the scope of this group. General responses about ways to represent
different kinds of relationships will be considered for posting. Please send
further details about FTM or any other particular program privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Family Tree Maker #general

Maury Kitces <family.at.kitces.com@...>
 

Using FTM V16 (similar options in earlier versions) -- in Family View, select the
individual, and then go to "People/Edit Marriage". You will see a selection window
for "Friends/Married/Other/Partners/Private/Single/Unknown". The default is
"Married", but you can choose whichever option you think fits the situation
the best.


"estelle" <erg2005@comcast.net> wrote
Researching my extended family, I just found a woman who had three children.
None of them married, but each had one or two children by different partners.
I would like suggestions on how to enter this in my FTM. I entered each man's
name as a spouse (the only choice)...But, is there a better way
MODERATOR NOTE: Extended discussion of the details of particular genealogy programs
is beyond the scope of this group. General responses about ways to represent
different kinds of relationships will be considered for posting. Please send
further details about FTM or any other particular program privately.


Research for immigrants to Israel #general

Christine Usdin <christineusd@...>
 

Subject:researches in ISRAEL
From: Christine Usdin
christineusd@wanadoo.fr

Hello,
Does somebody know where I could write to have informations about a close relative
who emigrated to Israel >from Latvia in the 1930ies?Is there a zionist organisation
which kept the lists of people?
Thanks
Christine Usdin
christineusd@wanadoo.fr


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Research for immigrants to Israel #general

Christine Usdin <christineusd@...>
 

Subject:researches in ISRAEL
From: Christine Usdin
christineusd@wanadoo.fr

Hello,
Does somebody know where I could write to have informations about a close relative
who emigrated to Israel >from Latvia in the 1930ies?Is there a zionist organisation
which kept the lists of people?
Thanks
Christine Usdin
christineusd@wanadoo.fr


Re: re MOGRABI #general

tom klein <jewishgen@...>
 

As good a place to start as any other, try the JewishGen Family Finder (there are
several researchers listed for MUGHRABI and variants). Since the Jews were
expelled >from spain in 1492, i would guess that "Jewish >from Spain" means Sephardic
Jews, which could be anywhere >from London to Morroco to Alexandria or Salonika.

As in any other genealogical research, the best way to proceed is to document
whatever you can, including making a record of the family's oral history, and then
look for birth/marriage/death documents, etc. maybe they know where the family
immigrated to South Africa >from (possibly London or Amsterdam?), which would be a
place to continue the search.

In answer to the request to "find her mother's family", you may wish to give the
person a copy of Dan Leeson's "Jewish Genealogical fable"
(http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/dlfable.html), which is both humorous and
instructive.

good luck,

tom klein, toronto

"DIGITAL PIX (Anne BREST)" <digitalphoto@icon.co.za> wrote:
I have been asked by a friend to please find her mother's family. The
family were originally Jewish >from Spain, a Gabrielle and Mizrachi MOGRABI
Moderator Note: The JewishGen Family Finder can be found at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: re MOGRABI #general

tom klein <jewishgen@...>
 

As good a place to start as any other, try the JewishGen Family Finder (there are
several researchers listed for MUGHRABI and variants). Since the Jews were
expelled >from spain in 1492, i would guess that "Jewish >from Spain" means Sephardic
Jews, which could be anywhere >from London to Morroco to Alexandria or Salonika.

As in any other genealogical research, the best way to proceed is to document
whatever you can, including making a record of the family's oral history, and then
look for birth/marriage/death documents, etc. maybe they know where the family
immigrated to South Africa >from (possibly London or Amsterdam?), which would be a
place to continue the search.

In answer to the request to "find her mother's family", you may wish to give the
person a copy of Dan Leeson's "Jewish Genealogical fable"
(http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/dlfable.html), which is both humorous and
instructive.

good luck,

tom klein, toronto

"DIGITAL PIX (Anne BREST)" <digitalphoto@icon.co.za> wrote:
I have been asked by a friend to please find her mother's family. The
family were originally Jewish >from Spain, a Gabrielle and Mizrachi MOGRABI
Moderator Note: The JewishGen Family Finder can be found at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/


Re: Non-Jewish victims? #general

Joseph Hirschfield
 

I do know that the Auschwitz data base of victims identifies the victim by
his/her religion. So non-Jews are part of the data base.

Joe Hirschfield
Portage, MI USA
HIRSCHFELD, LINDENBAUM, BUXBAUM, BUCHSBAUM-Sielec Bienkow, Kamionka
Strumilowa, Skwarzawa, Gliniany, GALICIA
MINOWICKI, MINOWITZKI, TOBIASZ- Brest Litovsk, Wysokae, BELARUS


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Non-Jewish victims? #general

Joseph Hirschfield
 

I do know that the Auschwitz data base of victims identifies the victim by
his/her religion. So non-Jews are part of the data base.

Joe Hirschfield
Portage, MI USA
HIRSCHFELD, LINDENBAUM, BUXBAUM, BUCHSBAUM-Sielec Bienkow, Kamionka
Strumilowa, Skwarzawa, Gliniany, GALICIA
MINOWICKI, MINOWITZKI, TOBIASZ- Brest Litovsk, Wysokae, BELARUS


Re: Non-Jewish victims? #general

Teewinot <teewinot13@...>
 

Doug Mason wrote:
It is my understanding that in addition to its thrust against the Jews,
that the Nazis targeted other groups, such as Gypsies, Homosexuals and religions
such as Jehovah's Witnesses. I do not know if the Nazis targeted other groups.
They also targeted the disabled, because they saw them as defective and useless. I
also remember reading about them targeting nuns and priests (Roman Catholics).

Jeri Friedman Florida, USA
Teewinot13@netzero.net

RESEARCHING: FRIEDMAN, MILLER (Grodno, Poland/Russia/Belarus) GEIST (?,Russia)
GLICKMAN, STURMAN (Lublin, Poland/Russia) LIEB/LEIBOWITZ (Jassy, Romania)
GALINSKY, GELLIS (Suwalki, Poland/Russia)KRASNOPOLSKY, SILBERMAN/SILVERMAN
(Krasnopol, Poland/Russia)
KOPCIANSKY (?, Poland/Russia) GOLDSTEIN, SCHRAGER (?, Romania)
CYRULNIK (Suwalki, Poland/Russia and Kalvarija, Lithuania)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Non-Jewish victims? #general

Teewinot <teewinot13@...>
 

Doug Mason wrote:
It is my understanding that in addition to its thrust against the Jews,
that the Nazis targeted other groups, such as Gypsies, Homosexuals and religions
such as Jehovah's Witnesses. I do not know if the Nazis targeted other groups.
They also targeted the disabled, because they saw them as defective and useless. I
also remember reading about them targeting nuns and priests (Roman Catholics).

Jeri Friedman Florida, USA
Teewinot13@netzero.net

RESEARCHING: FRIEDMAN, MILLER (Grodno, Poland/Russia/Belarus) GEIST (?,Russia)
GLICKMAN, STURMAN (Lublin, Poland/Russia) LIEB/LEIBOWITZ (Jassy, Romania)
GALINSKY, GELLIS (Suwalki, Poland/Russia)KRASNOPOLSKY, SILBERMAN/SILVERMAN
(Krasnopol, Poland/Russia)
KOPCIANSKY (?, Poland/Russia) GOLDSTEIN, SCHRAGER (?, Romania)
CYRULNIK (Suwalki, Poland/Russia and Kalvarija, Lithuania)