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ViewMate - Translations from Russian to English #general

freda <leiba@...>
 

Hi,
I've posted vital records in Russian needing basic translations.
The records are on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM46720

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM46719

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Many thanks,
Freda Leiba


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate - Translations from Russian to English #general

freda <leiba@...>
 

Hi,
I've posted vital records in Russian needing basic translations.
The records are on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM46720

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM46719

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Many thanks,
Freda Leiba


Re: Burial customs #general

Dahn Cukier
 

Hello,

I can think of 3 reasons

1) There is a Cohen in the family
2) Suicide or murder
3) Non Jews

Cohenim are many time buried near the edge so family members can visit
near the grave. AFAIK Cohenim cannot enter a cemetery or be near dead bodies.

Suicide. A person stops being a Jew if they commit suicide or murder (not kill).

Non or Questionable Jews. A person whose mother is not Jewish, is not a Jew.

I hope this helps. I can expand on the explanations.

Dahn Cukier
Kfar Saba, Israel

MODERATOR NOTE: Lengthy discussions of halacha would be inappropriate for this
genealogy forum.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Burial customs #general

Dahn Cukier
 

Hello,

I can think of 3 reasons

1) There is a Cohen in the family
2) Suicide or murder
3) Non Jews

Cohenim are many time buried near the edge so family members can visit
near the grave. AFAIK Cohenim cannot enter a cemetery or be near dead bodies.

Suicide. A person stops being a Jew if they commit suicide or murder (not kill).

Non or Questionable Jews. A person whose mother is not Jewish, is not a Jew.

I hope this helps. I can expand on the explanations.

Dahn Cukier
Kfar Saba, Israel

MODERATOR NOTE: Lengthy discussions of halacha would be inappropriate for this
genealogy forum.


Pollak & Pollaczek #austria-czech

Paul King
 

Philip Moravcik (2/5/16) asks whether Familiant status transferred from
Pollak to Pollaczek in Stirzin. This is a stickler. I have an ancestor case
in which official documents listed the woman as Pollak in all cases except
one, in which she was listed Pollaczek. I have no explanation for the Czech
variant surname, but it is definitely the same person. It is possible that
the name change is a deliberate effort to change ethnic identity. My check
of Juda Pollak in the 1793 census and an effort to find him in the 1783
cadastre in the same village met with no success. But his third son is
listed, so Juda Pollak may not have lacked successors to the Familiant
number. I can't make out the death date for Joseph Pollak but that might be
a clue to any Pollaczek inheritance.

Paul King
Jerusalem


The Conference Hotel is Almost Fully Booked #austria-czech

cmw521@...
 

The Seattle Sheraton Hotel has booked all of the available rooms for the
Conference and has only a handful of deluxe rooms left. They are pricing
the deluxe rooms at $239 for Conference attendees. These rooms are
available at other times for $379 per night. Once these rooms are booked,
there will be no more room at the Conference Hotel.

We have made arrangements with the Hyatt Olive 8 hotel, about 4 blocks from
the Sheraton, for a limited number of rooms at $289 per night. Given that
the Conference coincides with the height of the tourism season, and there
are no other major hotels downtown with rooms available, this was the best
we could do. The Hyatt will give that rate to Conference attendees who use
the following link: https://aws.passkey.com/event/15080205/owner/69782/home.
The website is being updated to reflect that information.

As you can tell, Seattle is the place to be, August 7-12. Make your plans
to attend the Conference and reserve your space if you have not already done
so. And if you have not reserved your meals or banquet tickets, you should
do so soon before they sell out. Most of our computer labs have been
waitlisted, and we are arranging to add additional labs. We will not be
able to do that with the meals.

See you in Seattle!

Chuck Weinstein
Co-chair
36th Annual IAJGS Conference on Jewish Genealogy
August 7-12, 2016, Seattle WA
chuck@iajgs2016.org
www.iajgs2016.org
Like our Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/IAJGSConference?fref=ts


Rediscovered Jewish Austro-Czech music and theatre #austria-czech

david.fligg@...
 

The 'Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish Music and Theatre'
festival will feature many events which will be of specific interest
to Austria-Czech SIG members.

It takes place in Leeds and York (UK), commencing this Wednesday (1st
June), and running until 23rd June.

Highlights include:

Gideon Klein: Portrait of a Composer (focusing of the life of the
Moravian-born musician)
Harlequin in the Ghetto (written in Terezin)
Music in the Terezin Ghetto (performed by the Nash Ensemble)
A Chronicle of Life and Death (music by Viktor Ullmann)
An exhibition of children's drawings >from Terezin
Fate and Fairytales (the music of Wilhelm Grosz and Zikmund Schul)
...and much more.

This festival is being organised by the Performing the Jewish Archive
project, and is the second of five similar international festivals.
The first took place in Madison, Wisconsin, last month. The Czech
Republic will host the third in September, with events taking place in
Prague, Pilsen and Terezin.

Further details: http://ptja.leeds.ac.uk/festivals/
Also, feel free to contact me direct for further information.

David

--
Dr. David Fligg
(david.fligg@gmail.com)
Project Consultant, Performing the Jewish Archive, School of Music,
University of Leeds (http://ptja.leeds.ac.uk/)


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Pollak & Pollaczek #austria-czech

Paul King
 

Philip Moravcik (2/5/16) asks whether Familiant status transferred from
Pollak to Pollaczek in Stirzin. This is a stickler. I have an ancestor case
in which official documents listed the woman as Pollak in all cases except
one, in which she was listed Pollaczek. I have no explanation for the Czech
variant surname, but it is definitely the same person. It is possible that
the name change is a deliberate effort to change ethnic identity. My check
of Juda Pollak in the 1793 census and an effort to find him in the 1783
cadastre in the same village met with no success. But his third son is
listed, so Juda Pollak may not have lacked successors to the Familiant
number. I can't make out the death date for Joseph Pollak but that might be
a clue to any Pollaczek inheritance.

Paul King
Jerusalem


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech The Conference Hotel is Almost Fully Booked #austria-czech

cmw521@...
 

The Seattle Sheraton Hotel has booked all of the available rooms for the
Conference and has only a handful of deluxe rooms left. They are pricing
the deluxe rooms at $239 for Conference attendees. These rooms are
available at other times for $379 per night. Once these rooms are booked,
there will be no more room at the Conference Hotel.

We have made arrangements with the Hyatt Olive 8 hotel, about 4 blocks from
the Sheraton, for a limited number of rooms at $289 per night. Given that
the Conference coincides with the height of the tourism season, and there
are no other major hotels downtown with rooms available, this was the best
we could do. The Hyatt will give that rate to Conference attendees who use
the following link: https://aws.passkey.com/event/15080205/owner/69782/home.
The website is being updated to reflect that information.

As you can tell, Seattle is the place to be, August 7-12. Make your plans
to attend the Conference and reserve your space if you have not already done
so. And if you have not reserved your meals or banquet tickets, you should
do so soon before they sell out. Most of our computer labs have been
waitlisted, and we are arranging to add additional labs. We will not be
able to do that with the meals.

See you in Seattle!

Chuck Weinstein
Co-chair
36th Annual IAJGS Conference on Jewish Genealogy
August 7-12, 2016, Seattle WA
chuck@iajgs2016.org
www.iajgs2016.org
Like our Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/IAJGSConference?fref=ts


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Rediscovered Jewish Austro-Czech music and theatre #austria-czech

david.fligg@...
 

The 'Out of the Shadows: Rediscovering Jewish Music and Theatre'
festival will feature many events which will be of specific interest
to Austria-Czech SIG members.

It takes place in Leeds and York (UK), commencing this Wednesday (1st
June), and running until 23rd June.

Highlights include:

Gideon Klein: Portrait of a Composer (focusing of the life of the
Moravian-born musician)
Harlequin in the Ghetto (written in Terezin)
Music in the Terezin Ghetto (performed by the Nash Ensemble)
A Chronicle of Life and Death (music by Viktor Ullmann)
An exhibition of children's drawings >from Terezin
Fate and Fairytales (the music of Wilhelm Grosz and Zikmund Schul)
...and much more.

This festival is being organised by the Performing the Jewish Archive
project, and is the second of five similar international festivals.
The first took place in Madison, Wisconsin, last month. The Czech
Republic will host the third in September, with events taking place in
Prague, Pilsen and Terezin.

Further details: http://ptja.leeds.ac.uk/festivals/
Also, feel free to contact me direct for further information.

David

--
Dr. David Fligg
(david.fligg@gmail.com)
Project Consultant, Performing the Jewish Archive, School of Music,
University of Leeds (http://ptja.leeds.ac.uk/)


Re: Burial Customs #general

Joseph Hirschfield
 

Infants were often buried in an allocated section of a cemetery. The back
section represents the least expensive plots in many cemeteries (poor
families couldn't afford better locations). If the child came >from an
indigent family, the plot probably would be located in the least expensive
area of the cemetery.

Often the tombstones were small and made of inexpensive sandstone. Sandstone
doesn't withstand weather and crumbles over time, so there may have been
tombstones at one time that are no longer apparent now. For boys who died
before their brit milah (at eight days old) and girl infants before a baby
naming, the tombstone would read, for example "Baby Girl Goldberg."

Joe Hirschfield
Portage, MI
HERZFELD, HIRSCHFELD, HIRSCHFIELD-Skwarzawa, Gliniany, Jaryczow
Nowy-GALICIA
MINOWITZKI, MINOWICKI, MINOFF-Brest Litovsk, Wysoko-Litovsk-BELARUS

In a message dated 5/29/2016 12:22:11 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
Gayle Schlissel Riley writes:
Earlier then 1930 my grandmother lost three sons, All are buried in the
back of the Jewish cemetery. With no tombstone. Why, no stone and in the
back of the cemetery? They had the RH factor, maybe not circumcised. My
father did not remember why in his later years but he did remember when
he joined the army. The burial was in an old Mt Sinai cemetery in L.A.

Can anyone help me understand why?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Burial Customs #general

Joseph Hirschfield
 

Infants were often buried in an allocated section of a cemetery. The back
section represents the least expensive plots in many cemeteries (poor
families couldn't afford better locations). If the child came >from an
indigent family, the plot probably would be located in the least expensive
area of the cemetery.

Often the tombstones were small and made of inexpensive sandstone. Sandstone
doesn't withstand weather and crumbles over time, so there may have been
tombstones at one time that are no longer apparent now. For boys who died
before their brit milah (at eight days old) and girl infants before a baby
naming, the tombstone would read, for example "Baby Girl Goldberg."

Joe Hirschfield
Portage, MI
HERZFELD, HIRSCHFELD, HIRSCHFIELD-Skwarzawa, Gliniany, Jaryczow
Nowy-GALICIA
MINOWITZKI, MINOWICKI, MINOFF-Brest Litovsk, Wysoko-Litovsk-BELARUS

In a message dated 5/29/2016 12:22:11 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
Gayle Schlissel Riley writes:
Earlier then 1930 my grandmother lost three sons, All are buried in the
back of the Jewish cemetery. With no tombstone. Why, no stone and in the
back of the cemetery? They had the RH factor, maybe not circumcised. My
father did not remember why in his later years but he did remember when
he joined the army. The burial was in an old Mt Sinai cemetery in L.A.

Can anyone help me understand why?


New records on the All Galicia Database #ukraine

tkahane@...
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce the addition of several sets of
vital records, as well as other record types, on the All Galicia
Database - a database that is free and available to all. See:
http://search.geshergalicia.org

a) Stryj (Stryy). Deaths 1864-1876. Central State Historical Archives
of Ukraine, Lviv (TsDIAL), Fond 701/01/316. (1,852 records)
Gesher Galicia is continuing to work on the Stryj records held in the
Lviv archive, including earlier death records >from 1847-1863, as well
as on a range of other town records in the Lviv archive.

b) Janow (Grodek A.D.). Marriage index book 1877-1939 (grooms only).
Przemysl State Archive, Fond 154. (596 records)
This Janow is the one that was known as Janow Lwowski, which, in the
1930s, was in Grodek Administrative District. It is now in Ukraine and
known as Ivano-Frankove, in Yavorivskyi raion, Lviv oblast. [There are
also two other towns in the eastern part of Galicia, now both in
Ukraine, that were formerly known as Janow.]

c) Trembowla (Terebovlya), Death index book 1914-1924. Przemysl State
Archive, Fond 154. (302 records)

d) Pomorzany (Pomoryany). Przemysl State Archive, Fond 2249.
- Sygn. 1-11, Birth index books 1929-1939 (217 records);
- Sygn. 12-17, Marriage index books 1934-1939 [Sygn. 14, for the year
1939, is empty] (26 records, each with groom and bride);
- Sygn. 18-28, Death index books 1929-1939 [Sygn. 19, for the year
1939, is empty] (138 records)

e) Lesko (Lisko), Deaths 1940-1941, Przemysl State Archive, Fond 149.
(49 records)

f) Jodlowa (1926) and Chyrow (1928, 1939). Donors to Kollel Galicia in
Jerusalem. (218 records). We are grateful to Russ Maurer for his
donation of these records.

g) Rozwadow. Sample list of Jewish ghetto residents, 1941. Rzeszow
State Archive, Fond 1399. (25 records)


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
tkahane@geshergalicia.org
http://www.geshergalicia.org


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine New records on the All Galicia Database #ukraine

tkahane@...
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce the addition of several sets of
vital records, as well as other record types, on the All Galicia
Database - a database that is free and available to all. See:
http://search.geshergalicia.org

a) Stryj (Stryy). Deaths 1864-1876. Central State Historical Archives
of Ukraine, Lviv (TsDIAL), Fond 701/01/316. (1,852 records)
Gesher Galicia is continuing to work on the Stryj records held in the
Lviv archive, including earlier death records >from 1847-1863, as well
as on a range of other town records in the Lviv archive.

b) Janow (Grodek A.D.). Marriage index book 1877-1939 (grooms only).
Przemysl State Archive, Fond 154. (596 records)
This Janow is the one that was known as Janow Lwowski, which, in the
1930s, was in Grodek Administrative District. It is now in Ukraine and
known as Ivano-Frankove, in Yavorivskyi raion, Lviv oblast. [There are
also two other towns in the eastern part of Galicia, now both in
Ukraine, that were formerly known as Janow.]

c) Trembowla (Terebovlya), Death index book 1914-1924. Przemysl State
Archive, Fond 154. (302 records)

d) Pomorzany (Pomoryany). Przemysl State Archive, Fond 2249.
- Sygn. 1-11, Birth index books 1929-1939 (217 records);
- Sygn. 12-17, Marriage index books 1934-1939 [Sygn. 14, for the year
1939, is empty] (26 records, each with groom and bride);
- Sygn. 18-28, Death index books 1929-1939 [Sygn. 19, for the year
1939, is empty] (138 records)

e) Lesko (Lisko), Deaths 1940-1941, Przemysl State Archive, Fond 149.
(49 records)

f) Jodlowa (1926) and Chyrow (1928, 1939). Donors to Kollel Galicia in
Jerusalem. (218 records). We are grateful to Russ Maurer for his
donation of these records.

g) Rozwadow. Sample list of Jewish ghetto residents, 1941. Rzeszow
State Archive, Fond 1399. (25 records)


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
tkahane@geshergalicia.org
http://www.geshergalicia.org


UPDATED TROSKUNAI WEBSITE #lithuania

Jonathan Levine <jlevine66@...>
 

For those of you with ancestry >from Troskunai (Trashkun) and surrounding
communities who have not yet seen it, please check out the recently
updated Troskunai KehilaLink at
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/troskunai/

Sonia and Johanna Kovitz have expended countless hours creating an
excellent resource for our research!

Jonathan Levine
New York, NY
jlevine66 at gmail.com

Researching: WALDMAN, SKUDOVICH, YUTER, LABO, LAITSOVICH, ZELEZNIK, KATZ,
KLATZKO & many more >from Troskunai, Raguva, Anyksciai, Subacius, Kurkliai,
Panevezys & surrounding communities


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania UPDATED TROSKUNAI WEBSITE #lithuania

Jonathan Levine <jlevine66@...>
 

For those of you with ancestry >from Troskunai (Trashkun) and surrounding
communities who have not yet seen it, please check out the recently
updated Troskunai KehilaLink at
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/troskunai/

Sonia and Johanna Kovitz have expended countless hours creating an
excellent resource for our research!

Jonathan Levine
New York, NY
jlevine66 at gmail.com

Researching: WALDMAN, SKUDOVICH, YUTER, LABO, LAITSOVICH, ZELEZNIK, KATZ,
KLATZKO & many more >from Troskunai, Raguva, Anyksciai, Subacius, Kurkliai,
Panevezys & surrounding communities


New records on the All Galicia Database #poland

Tony Kahane <tkahane@...>
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce the addition of several sets of
vital records, as well as other record types, on the All Galicia
Database - a database that is free and available to all. See:
http://search.geshergalicia.org

a) Stryj (Stryy). Deaths 1864-1876. Central State Historical Archives
of Ukraine, Lviv (TsDIAL), Fond 701/01/316. (1,852 records)
Gesher Galicia is continuing to work on the Stryj records held in the
Lviv archive, including earlier death records >from 1847-1863, as well
as on a range of other town records in the Lviv archive.

b) Janow (Grodek A.D.). Marriage index book 1877-1939 (grooms only).
Przemysl State Archive, Fond 154. (596 records)
This Janow is the one that was known as Janow Lwowski, which, in the
1930s, was in Grodek Administrative District. It is now in Ukraine and
known as Ivano-Frankove, in Yavorivskyi raion, Lviv oblast. [There are
also two other towns in the eastern part of Galicia, now both in
Ukraine, that were formerly known as Janow.]

c) Trembowla (Terebovlya), Death index book 1914-1924. Przemysl State
Archive, Fond 154. (302 records)

d) Pomorzany (Pomoryany). Przemysl State Archive, Fond 2249.
- Sygn. 1-11, Birth index books 1929-1939 (217 records);
- Sygn. 12-17, Marriage index books 1934-1939 [Sygn. 14, for the year
1939, is empty] (26 records, each with groom and bride);
- Sygn. 18-28, Death index books 1929-1939 [Sygn. 19, for the year
1939, is empty] (138 records)

e) Lesko (Lisko), Deaths 1940-1941, Przemysl State Archive, Fond 149.
(49 records)

f) Jodlowa (1926) and Chyrow (1928, 1939). Donors to Kollel Galicia in
Jerusalem. (218 records). We are grateful to Russ Maurer for his
donation of these records.

g) Rozwadow. Sample list of Jewish ghetto residents, 1941. Rzeszow
State Archive, Fond 1399. (25 records)


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
tkahane@geshergalicia.org
http://www.geshergalicia.org

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Galician researchers are urged to search both
the JRI-Poland database and All Galicia database for their names
and towns.


JRI Poland #Poland New records on the All Galicia Database #poland

Tony Kahane <tkahane@...>
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce the addition of several sets of
vital records, as well as other record types, on the All Galicia
Database - a database that is free and available to all. See:
http://search.geshergalicia.org

a) Stryj (Stryy). Deaths 1864-1876. Central State Historical Archives
of Ukraine, Lviv (TsDIAL), Fond 701/01/316. (1,852 records)
Gesher Galicia is continuing to work on the Stryj records held in the
Lviv archive, including earlier death records >from 1847-1863, as well
as on a range of other town records in the Lviv archive.

b) Janow (Grodek A.D.). Marriage index book 1877-1939 (grooms only).
Przemysl State Archive, Fond 154. (596 records)
This Janow is the one that was known as Janow Lwowski, which, in the
1930s, was in Grodek Administrative District. It is now in Ukraine and
known as Ivano-Frankove, in Yavorivskyi raion, Lviv oblast. [There are
also two other towns in the eastern part of Galicia, now both in
Ukraine, that were formerly known as Janow.]

c) Trembowla (Terebovlya), Death index book 1914-1924. Przemysl State
Archive, Fond 154. (302 records)

d) Pomorzany (Pomoryany). Przemysl State Archive, Fond 2249.
- Sygn. 1-11, Birth index books 1929-1939 (217 records);
- Sygn. 12-17, Marriage index books 1934-1939 [Sygn. 14, for the year
1939, is empty] (26 records, each with groom and bride);
- Sygn. 18-28, Death index books 1929-1939 [Sygn. 19, for the year
1939, is empty] (138 records)

e) Lesko (Lisko), Deaths 1940-1941, Przemysl State Archive, Fond 149.
(49 records)

f) Jodlowa (1926) and Chyrow (1928, 1939). Donors to Kollel Galicia in
Jerusalem. (218 records). We are grateful to Russ Maurer for his
donation of these records.

g) Rozwadow. Sample list of Jewish ghetto residents, 1941. Rzeszow
State Archive, Fond 1399. (25 records)


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
tkahane@geshergalicia.org
http://www.geshergalicia.org

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Galician researchers are urged to search both
the JRI-Poland database and All Galicia database for their names
and towns.


New records on the All Galicia Database #galicia

Tony Kahane <tkahane@...>
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce the addition of several sets of
vital records, as well as other record types, on the All Galicia
Database - a database that is free and available to all. See:
http://search.geshergalicia.org

a) Stryj (Stryy). Deaths 1864-1876. Central State Historical Archives
of Ukraine, Lviv (TsDIAL), Fond 701/01/316. (1,852 records)
Gesher Galicia is continuing to work on the Stryj records held in the
Lviv archive, including earlier death records >from 1847-1863, as well
as on a range of other town records in the Lviv archive.

b) Janow (Grodek A.D.). Marriage index book 1877-1939 (grooms only).
Przemysl State Archive, Fond 154. (596 records)
This Janow is the one that was known as Janow Lwowski, which, in
the 1930s, was in Grodek Administrative District. It is now in Ukraine
and known as Ivano-Frankove, in Yavorivskyi raion, Lviv oblast. [There
are also two other towns in the eastern part of Galicia, now both in
Ukraine, that were formerly known as Janow.]

c) Trembowla (Terebovlya), Death index book 1914-1924. Przemysl
State Archive, Fond 154. (302 records)

d) Pomorzany (Pomoryany). Przemysl State Archive, Fond 2249.
- Sygn. 1-11, Birth index books 1929-1939 (217 records);
- Sygn. 12-17, Marriage index books 1934-1939 [Sygn. 14, for the
year 1939, is empty] (26 records, each with groom and bride);
- Sygn. 18-28, Death index books 1929-1939 [Sygn. 19, for the year
1939, is empty] (138 records)

e) Lesko (Lisko), Deaths 1940-1941, Przemysl State Archive, Fond 149.
(49 records)

f) Jodlowa (1926) and Chyrow (1928, 1939). Donors to Kollel Galicia in
Jerusalem. (218 records). We are grateful to Russ Maurer for his
donation of these records.

g) Rozwadow. Sample list of Jewish ghetto residents, 1941. Rzeszow
State Archive, Fond 1399. (25 records)


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
tkahane@geshergalicia.org
http://www.geshergalicia.org


Viewmate-Translation from Polish #poland

Sheryl Levin <slevin0715@...>
 

Hi All,

I am looking for translations for the following vital records
posted to View mate, they are all in Polish. Witness information
is not necessary. Please respond via the form provided in the
View Mate application.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM44358
Nochym Frydman birth

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM44359
Nochym Frydman death

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM44364
Ryfka Frydman death

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM44365
Ryfka Frydman birth

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM44369
Sora Mirka Frydman birth

Thank you in advance,

Sheryl Levin
Voorhees, NJ

68601 - 68620 of 656486