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Re: Philadelphia marriage license #general

Marcia E. DeVries
 

Dear Genners,

Many thanks to Arthur, Janis, Walter, Yehudah, Bette, Charles and Evan,
(I've thanked them privately) who replied with suggestions for getting a
copy of a 1918 marriage license. The index is on-line, but the image of
the actual license in not on-line.

The final answer is to pay the city of Philadelphia $35 for a certified
copy, even though I do not need a certified copy, but there's no other option.

Thanks again for everyone's help.

Marcia Katzel DeVries
Walnut Creek, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Philadelphia marriage license #general

Marcia E. DeVries
 

Dear Genners,

Many thanks to Arthur, Janis, Walter, Yehudah, Bette, Charles and Evan,
(I've thanked them privately) who replied with suggestions for getting a
copy of a 1918 marriage license. The index is on-line, but the image of
the actual license in not on-line.

The final answer is to pay the city of Philadelphia $35 for a certified
copy, even though I do not need a certified copy, but there's no other option.

Thanks again for everyone's help.

Marcia Katzel DeVries
Walnut Creek, CA


Photo of headstone at Montefiore Cemetery, Queens, NY #general

Shelley Mitchell
 

If anyone is planning a trip to Montefiore Cemetery in Springfield Gardens,
Queens, NY, can you please take a photograph of my grandparents' headstone.

They are:
Interment #: 116315
Last Name: MITCHELL
First Name: Mary
Age: 83
Date of Death: 6/5/1974
Gate: 509/S
Block: 16
Row: 017L
Grave: 5
Society Name: Liberal Fellows Benevolent Society Inc.

Interment #: 117479
Last Name: MITCHELL
First Name: David
Age: 90
Date of Death: 3/13/1975
Gate: 509/S
Block: 16
Row: 017L
Grave: 6

Thank you.

Shelley Mitchell
Shelley.Mitchell@att.net

MODERATOR NOTE: To avoid duplication of effort, please contact Shelley before
heading to the cemetery.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Photo of headstone at Montefiore Cemetery, Queens, NY #general

Shelley Mitchell
 

If anyone is planning a trip to Montefiore Cemetery in Springfield Gardens,
Queens, NY, can you please take a photograph of my grandparents' headstone.

They are:
Interment #: 116315
Last Name: MITCHELL
First Name: Mary
Age: 83
Date of Death: 6/5/1974
Gate: 509/S
Block: 16
Row: 017L
Grave: 5
Society Name: Liberal Fellows Benevolent Society Inc.

Interment #: 117479
Last Name: MITCHELL
First Name: David
Age: 90
Date of Death: 3/13/1975
Gate: 509/S
Block: 16
Row: 017L
Grave: 6

Thank you.

Shelley Mitchell
Shelley.Mitchell@att.net

MODERATOR NOTE: To avoid duplication of effort, please contact Shelley before
heading to the cemetery.


Re: Is the German surname GERSHUTZ "Jewish?" #general

Evertjan. <exxjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org (Ruth Naidia Woolf ruthnw@comcast.net) wrote
on 01 mei 2015 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

An acquaintance of mine, whose paternal grandfather's surname was
GERSHUTZ (changed to GERSHULTZ after emigrating to the US after WWII),
is wondering where his (late) grandpa came >from in Germany and whether
his ancestry was Jewish.
It is GERSCHUTZ [GERSCHULTZ], don't forget the C in SCH, such errors play
havoc in search-machines.

Probably originally with an u-umlaut: GERSCHUTZ
[MOD. NOTE: the Lyris software we use for this forum does not allow for
diacritical marcks (such as as umlauts)]

Yad Vashem Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names
<http://db.yadvashem.org/names/search.html?language=en>
no hits

Intercontinental spread here:
<http://de.geneanet.org/familiennamen/GERSCH%DCTZ>

In present-day Germany there are 28 human hits for GERSCHüTZ:
<http://www.dastelefonbuch.de/Suche/Gersch%C3%BCtz>

<https://familysearch.org/search> shows some,
originally >from Switserland, Hungary and Slovakia born before 1850ish.

All found above having non-jewish or downright christian forenames,
so the chance of them being Jewish is neigh to zero.

Ger-schutz possibly originates as a Germanic military profession:
Ger [= lance/javelin] + Schutz [= guard/defender]
"Ger" is also found in forenames like:
Ger-hard [lance-strong] and Ger-trude [lance-trust].

Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
exjxwxhannivoortATinterxnlxnet
(Please change the x'es to dots)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Is the German surname GERSHUTZ "Jewish?" #general

Evertjan. <exxjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org (Ruth Naidia Woolf ruthnw@comcast.net) wrote
on 01 mei 2015 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

An acquaintance of mine, whose paternal grandfather's surname was
GERSHUTZ (changed to GERSHULTZ after emigrating to the US after WWII),
is wondering where his (late) grandpa came >from in Germany and whether
his ancestry was Jewish.
It is GERSCHUTZ [GERSCHULTZ], don't forget the C in SCH, such errors play
havoc in search-machines.

Probably originally with an u-umlaut: GERSCHUTZ
[MOD. NOTE: the Lyris software we use for this forum does not allow for
diacritical marcks (such as as umlauts)]

Yad Vashem Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names
<http://db.yadvashem.org/names/search.html?language=en>
no hits

Intercontinental spread here:
<http://de.geneanet.org/familiennamen/GERSCH%DCTZ>

In present-day Germany there are 28 human hits for GERSCHüTZ:
<http://www.dastelefonbuch.de/Suche/Gersch%C3%BCtz>

<https://familysearch.org/search> shows some,
originally >from Switserland, Hungary and Slovakia born before 1850ish.

All found above having non-jewish or downright christian forenames,
so the chance of them being Jewish is neigh to zero.

Ger-schutz possibly originates as a Germanic military profession:
Ger [= lance/javelin] + Schutz [= guard/defender]
"Ger" is also found in forenames like:
Ger-hard [lance-strong] and Ger-trude [lance-trust].

Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
exjxwxhannivoortATinterxnlxnet
(Please change the x'es to dots)


Tips on Visiting and Researching Dennery Ancestor in Metz #france

jbernard@...
 

Hello,
I am planning on traveling to Metz to find information on my ancestor
Bernard Dennery and his relations in the 1820s to 1850s. I am hoping
to find a translator that can help me find documents on my ancestors
from Metz while visiting. I just wrote the archives there and await a
response. Additionally, does anyone know of historical tours of the
Jews of the Metz area. Any tips would be appreciated.

Jason Bernard


French SIG #France Tips on Visiting and Researching Dennery Ancestor in Metz #france

jbernard@...
 

Hello,
I am planning on traveling to Metz to find information on my ancestor
Bernard Dennery and his relations in the 1820s to 1850s. I am hoping
to find a translator that can help me find documents on my ancestors
from Metz while visiting. I just wrote the archives there and await a
response. Additionally, does anyone know of historical tours of the
Jews of the Metz area. Any tips would be appreciated.

Jason Bernard


French Transcription or Translation -diary/testimony #france

safischer1@...
 

I've posted several pages >from a handwritten diary (French) for which I
need either a translation or even just a clearer rendition of the
French. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39270
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39271
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39272
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39273

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you so much.

Sharon Fischer
Medford, MA


French SIG #France French Transcription or Translation -diary/testimony #france

safischer1@...
 

I've posted several pages >from a handwritten diary (French) for which I
need either a translation or even just a clearer rendition of the
French. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39270
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39271
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39272
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39273

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you so much.

Sharon Fischer
Medford, MA


14 Day Heritage Tour To Warsaw, Lithuania and Latvia #southafrica

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi All

I am about start my 5th Heritage Tour to Warsaw, Lithuania and Latvia in
a couple of weeks time.

I am currently in New York on my way to Europe.

These are my planned stops after New York:


Toronto

London

Warsaw

Vilnius

Utena

Daugavpils (Dvinsk)

Rokiskis

Kupiskis

Birzai

Bauska

Rundale

Salaspils

Riga

Siauliai

Plunge

Rietavas

Kelme

Kedainiai

Seduva

Kaunas

Marijampole

Kalvarija

Alytus

Vilnius

Warsaw

I will be following a different route to last year and will be taking
many photos along the way.

You can join and follow me on my virtual heritage tour at
http://elirab.me

It is completely free!

If you have any questions about the places I will be visiting, please
email me at eli@elirab.com

Best regards

Eli Rabinowitz
New York
about.me/elirab


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica 14 Day Heritage Tour To Warsaw, Lithuania and Latvia #southafrica

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi All

I am about start my 5th Heritage Tour to Warsaw, Lithuania and Latvia in
a couple of weeks time.

I am currently in New York on my way to Europe.

These are my planned stops after New York:


Toronto

London

Warsaw

Vilnius

Utena

Daugavpils (Dvinsk)

Rokiskis

Kupiskis

Birzai

Bauska

Rundale

Salaspils

Riga

Siauliai

Plunge

Rietavas

Kelme

Kedainiai

Seduva

Kaunas

Marijampole

Kalvarija

Alytus

Vilnius

Warsaw

I will be following a different route to last year and will be taking
many photos along the way.

You can join and follow me on my virtual heritage tour at
http://elirab.me

It is completely free!

If you have any questions about the places I will be visiting, please
email me at eli@elirab.com

Best regards

Eli Rabinowitz
New York
about.me/elirab


(Belgium) Royal Library of Belgium Digitized Newspapers 1831-1918 #france

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Royal Library of Belgium, the Bibliothequestrian royale de Belgique, announced
that it uploaded 1.2 million pages >from newspapers ranging >from 1831-1918.
Access is free. The newspapers can be searched by keyword and/or date or
browsed. The website is in French and Dutch but you can always use a
translation site such as google translate if you need assistance. Some
of the newspapers are in German.

Due to copyright issues, the newspapers >from 1919 to 1950 are not
available for free.

To access the site go to: http://opac.kbr.be/belgicapress.php?lang=3DFR


Thank you to Gail Dever and Genealogy a la carte for alerting us to http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/22/opinion/obamacare-hands-off-my-medicare.html?ref=opinion
this new historical newspaper collection.


Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


French SIG #France (Belgium) Royal Library of Belgium Digitized Newspapers 1831-1918 #france

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Royal Library of Belgium, the Bibliothequestrian royale de Belgique, announced
that it uploaded 1.2 million pages >from newspapers ranging >from 1831-1918.
Access is free. The newspapers can be searched by keyword and/or date or
browsed. The website is in French and Dutch but you can always use a
translation site such as google translate if you need assistance. Some
of the newspapers are in German.

Due to copyright issues, the newspapers >from 1919 to 1950 are not
available for free.

To access the site go to: http://opac.kbr.be/belgicapress.php?lang=3DFR


Thank you to Gail Dever and Genealogy a la carte for alerting us to http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/22/opinion/obamacare-hands-off-my-medicare.html?ref=opinion
this new historical newspaper collection.


Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


LONG AGO POSTING FROM 1996 FOR FRIEZE / GOLDSTEIN FAMILIES #lithuania

Ann Rabinowitz
 

Today, I received an inquiry >from Carole Davies from
Leeds about a posting I made to JewishGen in 1996 as follows:

Anyone having any info on the FRIEZE or GOLDSTEIN families who came from
Kudirkos Naumiestis (formerly Vlodislovov) or Sakiai (formerly Szaki) in
Suwalki Guberniya now Lithuania , please let me know. I am posting this
for someone who is not on the Internet.

Immediately, I was struck by what an historical matter this was as the
posting contained the first email address I ever had with Prodigy which
no longer exists. It was typed on one of the first computers I ever had
which was a second hand one that had been given to me by a friend >from work.

The coputer had been the result of research accomplished by genealogy's
very own brilliant Stephen P. Morse, the father of the 8086 processor.
I remember that the computer finally crashed forever and I lost all of
my e-mails and therefore anything relating to the posting.

I did not have Family Tree Maker genealogy software back then either
or I could have turned to it for help in responding to Carole Davies
inquiry.

It reminded me how many people back then were not on the Internet and
depended on family and friends to assist them in posting their inquiries
to JewishGen. Now, the rules of JewishGen Moderators do not allow posting
for others. I can see why as the name of the person who really wanted the
information is not provided in my posting and therefore will remain a
mystery after all of these years.

In those years, I often posted for Holocaust survivors who were searching
for their families >from Lithuania and wanted to reconnect . . . perhaps this
posting was for one of them. The posting was made in March, 1996, which
was just after I would have attended the Annual Litvisher Luncheon, an event
which Holocaust survivors >from Lithuania attended in great numbers and
which no longer occurs.

In addition, as I type this posting, I will add the LitvakSIG digest to the
recipients as this will direct the information to individuals, who most
likely will have an interest in the shtetls and families >from there
mentioned in the posting of so long ago.

So, Carole Davies, I am sorry I cannot help you this time, but perhaps
since the world of genealogy has enlarged so much since 1996 you
will get an answer to your inquiry and someone will respond to this
posting!!!!

Good luck!!!

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately to Ann if
you have information relevant to Carole's query, and Ann
will forward it to her.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania LONG AGO POSTING FROM 1996 FOR FRIEZE / GOLDSTEIN FAMILIES #lithuania

Ann Rabinowitz
 

Today, I received an inquiry >from Carole Davies from
Leeds about a posting I made to JewishGen in 1996 as follows:

Anyone having any info on the FRIEZE or GOLDSTEIN families who came from
Kudirkos Naumiestis (formerly Vlodislovov) or Sakiai (formerly Szaki) in
Suwalki Guberniya now Lithuania , please let me know. I am posting this
for someone who is not on the Internet.

Immediately, I was struck by what an historical matter this was as the
posting contained the first email address I ever had with Prodigy which
no longer exists. It was typed on one of the first computers I ever had
which was a second hand one that had been given to me by a friend >from work.

The coputer had been the result of research accomplished by genealogy's
very own brilliant Stephen P. Morse, the father of the 8086 processor.
I remember that the computer finally crashed forever and I lost all of
my e-mails and therefore anything relating to the posting.

I did not have Family Tree Maker genealogy software back then either
or I could have turned to it for help in responding to Carole Davies
inquiry.

It reminded me how many people back then were not on the Internet and
depended on family and friends to assist them in posting their inquiries
to JewishGen. Now, the rules of JewishGen Moderators do not allow posting
for others. I can see why as the name of the person who really wanted the
information is not provided in my posting and therefore will remain a
mystery after all of these years.

In those years, I often posted for Holocaust survivors who were searching
for their families >from Lithuania and wanted to reconnect . . . perhaps this
posting was for one of them. The posting was made in March, 1996, which
was just after I would have attended the Annual Litvisher Luncheon, an event
which Holocaust survivors >from Lithuania attended in great numbers and
which no longer occurs.

In addition, as I type this posting, I will add the LitvakSIG digest to the
recipients as this will direct the information to individuals, who most
likely will have an interest in the shtetls and families >from there
mentioned in the posting of so long ago.

So, Carole Davies, I am sorry I cannot help you this time, but perhaps
since the world of genealogy has enlarged so much since 1996 you
will get an answer to your inquiry and someone will respond to this
posting!!!!

Good luck!!!

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately to Ann if
you have information relevant to Carole's query, and Ann
will forward it to her.


More Vilnius / Wilno Surnames from the marriage records - names beginning with M, N, and O #lithuania

Peggy Freedman <peggyf@...>
 

This is a continuation of the list of surnames >from the marriage records
from Vilnius for the years 1925 to 1927 that I posted yesterday. More
information is available at our Shutterfly site,
https://vilnius.shutterfly.com/

These posts have included over 1100 surnames, slightly more than half
the surnames listed in the records.

As always, if you have questions, please contact me!

Peggy Mosinger Freedman
Coordinator, Vilnius District Research Group

MAC; MACHLIS; MACKIEWICZ; MACKIN; MACZANOW; MADEJSKER; MAGAT; MAGID;
MAGIDS; MAGUN; MAJEWSKI; MAJMIN; MAJOFIS; MAJSTER; MAJZEL; MAKOWSKI;
MALAKINSKI; MALAT; MALEWANSKI; MALIN; MALKES; MALKEZON; MALUSZYCKI;
MALY; MANE; MANZET; MARCYNKOWSKA; MAREJNE; MARGOLIS; MARKELS; MARKMAN;
MARKOWSKA; MARKUS; MARMUT; MAROCZNIK; MARSZALOK; MASZELNIK; MATELSON;
MATIKANSKI; MATLOWSKA; MATLOWSKI; MATUK; MATYKANSKA; MATYKANSKI; MAZO;
MAZOWECKI; MEBEL; MEDAJSKA; MEDINC; MEJEROWICZ; MEJTES; MEKEL; MEKER;
MEKLER; MELAMED; MELC; MELCER; MELER; MENAKER; MENDELEWICZ; MENDKOWICZ;
MER; MERBACH; MERECKA; MERKEL; MERKIN; MESKUN; MESORES; MESTER;
MESZORES; MIAKININ; MICHELES; MIEDINC; MIEDWIED; MIESZCZANSKI;
MIKLISZANSKI; MILCH; MILCHIKIER; MILEJKOWSKA; MILEJKOWSKI; MILER;
MILLER; MILNER; MILSZTEJN; MINC; MINDEL; MINDES; MINDLIN; MINIKES;
MINKOW; MINSTER; MIRON; MIRSKA; MIRSKI; MIRWIS; MISKIN; MISZELEWICZ;
MITLANSKI; MIZANSKI; MIZEREC; MLAWER; MOEN; MOGILEWSKI; MOGILNIK; MOGIR;
MOLCZADSKA; MOLOCZNIK; MORASHTI; MORDUCHOWICZ; MOSKOWICZ; MOSKOWSKA;
MOSTCZENIK; MOSTOWSKA; MOWSZOWICZ; MULAR; MUNIC; MUNICZ; MUNIN;
MURASHKIN; MURMYS; MUSENZON; MUSIN; MUSZKIN; MYSZKOWSKI;

NACHMANOWICZ; NACHUMOWICZ; NAJFELD; NAJMARK; NANES; NAROCKI; NATANZON;
NEMZER; NEZOW; NIDERMAN; NIECZUNSKA; NIECZUNSKI; NIEMAN; NIEMENCZYNSKA;
NIEMENCZYNSKI; NIEMENSKI; NIEMIEZANSKA; NIEMIK; NIEWIAZSKI; NIZOWSKA;
NOCHIMOWICZ; NOCHIMOWSKA; NOCHIMZON; NORMAN; NOTIK; NOWIK; NOWOGRODZKI;
NOWOPRUCKA;

OBUCHOWSKI; OFINGARC; OGUZ; OKUN; OLANSKA; OLKIN; OPATOWSKI; OREL;
ORKOWICZ; ORLOWIK; ORLOWSKA; ORSZANSKI; ORZECH; ORZECHOWSKA;
ORZUCHOWSKA; OSIN; OSTASZYNSKA; OSTROWSKI; OSZEROWSKI; OZIK; OZYNSKA;


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania More Vilnius / Wilno Surnames from the marriage records - names beginning with M, N, and O #lithuania

Peggy Freedman <peggyf@...>
 

This is a continuation of the list of surnames >from the marriage records
from Vilnius for the years 1925 to 1927 that I posted yesterday. More
information is available at our Shutterfly site,
https://vilnius.shutterfly.com/

These posts have included over 1100 surnames, slightly more than half
the surnames listed in the records.

As always, if you have questions, please contact me!

Peggy Mosinger Freedman
Coordinator, Vilnius District Research Group

MAC; MACHLIS; MACKIEWICZ; MACKIN; MACZANOW; MADEJSKER; MAGAT; MAGID;
MAGIDS; MAGUN; MAJEWSKI; MAJMIN; MAJOFIS; MAJSTER; MAJZEL; MAKOWSKI;
MALAKINSKI; MALAT; MALEWANSKI; MALIN; MALKES; MALKEZON; MALUSZYCKI;
MALY; MANE; MANZET; MARCYNKOWSKA; MAREJNE; MARGOLIS; MARKELS; MARKMAN;
MARKOWSKA; MARKUS; MARMUT; MAROCZNIK; MARSZALOK; MASZELNIK; MATELSON;
MATIKANSKI; MATLOWSKA; MATLOWSKI; MATUK; MATYKANSKA; MATYKANSKI; MAZO;
MAZOWECKI; MEBEL; MEDAJSKA; MEDINC; MEJEROWICZ; MEJTES; MEKEL; MEKER;
MEKLER; MELAMED; MELC; MELCER; MELER; MENAKER; MENDELEWICZ; MENDKOWICZ;
MER; MERBACH; MERECKA; MERKEL; MERKIN; MESKUN; MESORES; MESTER;
MESZORES; MIAKININ; MICHELES; MIEDINC; MIEDWIED; MIESZCZANSKI;
MIKLISZANSKI; MILCH; MILCHIKIER; MILEJKOWSKA; MILEJKOWSKI; MILER;
MILLER; MILNER; MILSZTEJN; MINC; MINDEL; MINDES; MINDLIN; MINIKES;
MINKOW; MINSTER; MIRON; MIRSKA; MIRSKI; MIRWIS; MISKIN; MISZELEWICZ;
MITLANSKI; MIZANSKI; MIZEREC; MLAWER; MOEN; MOGILEWSKI; MOGILNIK; MOGIR;
MOLCZADSKA; MOLOCZNIK; MORASHTI; MORDUCHOWICZ; MOSKOWICZ; MOSKOWSKA;
MOSTCZENIK; MOSTOWSKA; MOWSZOWICZ; MULAR; MUNIC; MUNICZ; MUNIN;
MURASHKIN; MURMYS; MUSENZON; MUSIN; MUSZKIN; MYSZKOWSKI;

NACHMANOWICZ; NACHUMOWICZ; NAJFELD; NAJMARK; NANES; NAROCKI; NATANZON;
NEMZER; NEZOW; NIDERMAN; NIECZUNSKA; NIECZUNSKI; NIEMAN; NIEMENCZYNSKA;
NIEMENCZYNSKI; NIEMENSKI; NIEMIEZANSKA; NIEMIK; NIEWIAZSKI; NIZOWSKA;
NOCHIMOWICZ; NOCHIMOWSKA; NOCHIMZON; NORMAN; NOTIK; NOWIK; NOWOGRODZKI;
NOWOPRUCKA;

OBUCHOWSKI; OFINGARC; OGUZ; OKUN; OLANSKA; OLKIN; OPATOWSKI; OREL;
ORKOWICZ; ORLOWIK; ORLOWSKA; ORSZANSKI; ORZECH; ORZECHOWSKA;
ORZUCHOWSKA; OSIN; OSTASZYNSKA; OSTROWSKI; OSZEROWSKI; OZIK; OZYNSKA;


Online Article about Bialystok Jewish Cemetery #poland

Mark Halpern
 

The January 2015 issue of The Jewish Magazine has an article about the
epitaphs at the Bialystok Bagnowka Cemetery written by religious scholar
Heidi Szpek >from Central Washington University. You can read this article at
http://www.jewishmag.com/2015/lions_of_bagnowka_folk_art_in_jewish_cemetery_poland/lions_of_bagnowka_folk_art_in_jewish_cemetery_poland.htm.

Mark Halpern


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Online Article about Bialystok Jewish Cemetery #poland

Mark Halpern
 

The January 2015 issue of The Jewish Magazine has an article about the
epitaphs at the Bialystok Bagnowka Cemetery written by religious scholar
Heidi Szpek >from Central Washington University. You can read this article at
http://www.jewishmag.com/2015/lions_of_bagnowka_folk_art_in_jewish_cemetery_poland/lions_of_bagnowka_folk_art_in_jewish_cemetery_poland.htm.

Mark Halpern

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