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Kolomyya Jewish National Cookery -Ezra Assoc. #general

Alan Weiser <alanboy@...>
 

Can you provide information on what was the Kolomyya Jewish National
Cookery-Ezra Association? Its purpose, its operations, its members?

In the conduct of research at the Lviv Archives a researcher working
for Gesher Galicia, Inc. identified records about this Association.
Another researcher working for the Kolomea Research Group examined
the record and determined it contained, " Letters of Elders in Kolomyya
on entering into the Registrar of Jewish Association of mutual aid,
"Jewish National Cookery-Ezra," 1910.

Another record was identified to contain "Letters of Elders in
Kolomyya on entering into the Register of Jewish Charitable
Association, "Tana kiklnia zhydovska," 1910.

It appears to me that both records pertain to the same organization,
do they?

There are a number of other records related to property ownership in
19th Century Kolomyya and student lists for schools in Sniatyn,
1925-1935 time frame. If you are interested in these records please
contact me directly for more details.

Alan Weiser
alanboy@starpower.net
Silver Spring, MD USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Kolomyya Jewish National Cookery -Ezra Assoc. #general

Alan Weiser <alanboy@...>
 

Can you provide information on what was the Kolomyya Jewish National
Cookery-Ezra Association? Its purpose, its operations, its members?

In the conduct of research at the Lviv Archives a researcher working
for Gesher Galicia, Inc. identified records about this Association.
Another researcher working for the Kolomea Research Group examined
the record and determined it contained, " Letters of Elders in Kolomyya
on entering into the Registrar of Jewish Association of mutual aid,
"Jewish National Cookery-Ezra," 1910.

Another record was identified to contain "Letters of Elders in
Kolomyya on entering into the Register of Jewish Charitable
Association, "Tana kiklnia zhydovska," 1910.

It appears to me that both records pertain to the same organization,
do they?

There are a number of other records related to property ownership in
19th Century Kolomyya and student lists for schools in Sniatyn,
1925-1935 time frame. If you are interested in these records please
contact me directly for more details.

Alan Weiser
alanboy@starpower.net
Silver Spring, MD USA


ROSENTHAL family #general

Sara <sararu70@...>
 

Found a letter >from Salo ROSENTHAL written in Berlin Germany in 1936.
The letter was sent to my Uncle Eleazer KATZ in the USA. Eleazer's
mother was Tobe-Feiga ROSENTHAL , a relative of Salo. It is posted on
Viewmate 12803. Hope someone can translate it >from German to English.

Thank you
Sara Rubin
New Kensington, Pa.
USA
sararu70@verizon.net

MODERATOR NOTE: The direct link is:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12803


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ROSENTHAL family #general

Sara <sararu70@...>
 

Found a letter >from Salo ROSENTHAL written in Berlin Germany in 1936.
The letter was sent to my Uncle Eleazer KATZ in the USA. Eleazer's
mother was Tobe-Feiga ROSENTHAL , a relative of Salo. It is posted on
Viewmate 12803. Hope someone can translate it >from German to English.

Thank you
Sara Rubin
New Kensington, Pa.
USA
sararu70@verizon.net

MODERATOR NOTE: The direct link is:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12803


Pinelands cemetery, Capetown #southafrica

Merv & Naomi Barnett
 

I am keen to find more information about 2 burials at the above
cemetery. I have the plot details.

If anyone is visiting this cemetery in the near future I would really
appreciate contact off list so I can provide the details.


Many thanks.


Naomi Barnett
Melbourne, Australia


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Pinelands cemetery, Capetown #southafrica

Merv & Naomi Barnett
 

I am keen to find more information about 2 burials at the above
cemetery. I have the plot details.

If anyone is visiting this cemetery in the near future I would really
appreciate contact off list so I can provide the details.


Many thanks.


Naomi Barnett
Melbourne, Australia


looking for 2 Bialystok marriage records/need married names of Segerman women #poland

Deborah Stoloff
 

I am researching what happened to my two great aunts >from Bialystok. Their
sister, my deceased grandmother Florence Segerman (married name Stoloff),
only told me they were married with families by around 1920. (I have a
photo of one great aunt, her husband and an approx. 5 y.o. daughter).

While these Segermans: my grandmother and two brothers, made it to America
these 2 great aunts of mine and their families disappeared around the
Holocaust.
I want definitive info about what happened to them and to that one little
girl and maybe other children they may have had. My grandmother and her
brothers did not have any real proof of death.

I know Segerman is their maiden name. Records indicate spelling to be
Zegerman. To research their demise I need to know their married names.

My great aunts Esther and Judith (maiden name Zegerman) were >from Bialystok
Poland. Their parents were Devora and Ephraim. Ephraim was a baker.
One of the sisters married a roofer. His name began with the letter A and
was two syllables long. The children who made it to America via Ellis
Island were Florence Segerman (married Benjamin Stoloff) Harry Segerman and
Pesach Segerman.

I learned marriage documents after 1908 are protected by privacy laws. I
accessed a web site but it is all in Polish.

I think once I know these married names I can move ahead more speedily
with research. But now I am at a standstill.

Thank you anyone who can help me. Any and all information is welcome.

THANK YOU.

Deborah Stoloff
Plainville, MA
deb02762@hotmail.com


JRI Poland #Poland looking for 2 Bialystok marriage records/need married names of Segerman women #poland

Deborah Stoloff
 

I am researching what happened to my two great aunts >from Bialystok. Their
sister, my deceased grandmother Florence Segerman (married name Stoloff),
only told me they were married with families by around 1920. (I have a
photo of one great aunt, her husband and an approx. 5 y.o. daughter).

While these Segermans: my grandmother and two brothers, made it to America
these 2 great aunts of mine and their families disappeared around the
Holocaust.
I want definitive info about what happened to them and to that one little
girl and maybe other children they may have had. My grandmother and her
brothers did not have any real proof of death.

I know Segerman is their maiden name. Records indicate spelling to be
Zegerman. To research their demise I need to know their married names.

My great aunts Esther and Judith (maiden name Zegerman) were >from Bialystok
Poland. Their parents were Devora and Ephraim. Ephraim was a baker.
One of the sisters married a roofer. His name began with the letter A and
was two syllables long. The children who made it to America via Ellis
Island were Florence Segerman (married Benjamin Stoloff) Harry Segerman and
Pesach Segerman.

I learned marriage documents after 1908 are protected by privacy laws. I
accessed a web site but it is all in Polish.

I think once I know these married names I can move ahead more speedily
with research. But now I am at a standstill.

Thank you anyone who can help me. Any and all information is welcome.

THANK YOU.

Deborah Stoloff
Plainville, MA
deb02762@hotmail.com


Rosenthal letter--Viewmate 12803 #austria-czech

sararu70@...
 

Just recently found a letter written by SALO ROSENTHAL. The letter ,
written in German, was dated Nov. 1, 1936 and sent >from GERMANY to his
relative ELEAZER KATZ in the UNITED STATES. ELEAZER KATZ'S mother was
TOBE-FEIGE ROSENTHAL , so it's safe to assume SALO is ELEAZER'S relative.
The letterhead may
be that of SALO' S place of employment. The letter may not have
been mailed in BERLIN or anywhere in GERMANY for that matter. I have
posted it on Viewmate 12803.

TOBE {as she was called} was born in SINEA around 1840. She married MAX
KATKISKY {born about 1836 in SUVALKI} . MAX and TOBE, immigrated to the
UNITED STATES in the early 1870s , and with their children , JENNIE,
ELEAZER, LOUIS, and SARAH , settled in PITTSBURGH,PA.


As for the letter, I can make out a few words here and there, but I
think the gist of the letter refers to something sent to to the family in
Europe, as the words American Express are in the letter, as well as the word
Juden, which was a worrisome time for all in GERMANY.

If any one can translate the letter or has any knowledge about the
ROSENTHAL family , we would appreciate the information.


Sara Rubin
New Kensington, Pa
USA
sararu70@verizon.net


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Rosenthal letter--Viewmate 12803 #austria-czech

sararu70@...
 

Just recently found a letter written by SALO ROSENTHAL. The letter ,
written in German, was dated Nov. 1, 1936 and sent >from GERMANY to his
relative ELEAZER KATZ in the UNITED STATES. ELEAZER KATZ'S mother was
TOBE-FEIGE ROSENTHAL , so it's safe to assume SALO is ELEAZER'S relative.
The letterhead may
be that of SALO' S place of employment. The letter may not have
been mailed in BERLIN or anywhere in GERMANY for that matter. I have
posted it on Viewmate 12803.

TOBE {as she was called} was born in SINEA around 1840. She married MAX
KATKISKY {born about 1836 in SUVALKI} . MAX and TOBE, immigrated to the
UNITED STATES in the early 1870s , and with their children , JENNIE,
ELEAZER, LOUIS, and SARAH , settled in PITTSBURGH,PA.


As for the letter, I can make out a few words here and there, but I
think the gist of the letter refers to something sent to to the family in
Europe, as the words American Express are in the letter, as well as the word
Juden, which was a worrisome time for all in GERMANY.

If any one can translate the letter or has any knowledge about the
ROSENTHAL family , we would appreciate the information.


Sara Rubin
New Kensington, Pa
USA
sararu70@verizon.net


Rosenthal letter--Viewmate 12803 #poland

sararu70@...
 

Just recently found a letter written by SALO ROSENTHAL. The letter ,
written in German, was dated Nov. 1, 1936 and sent >from GERMANY to his
relative ELEAZER KATZ in the UNITED STATES. ELEAZER KATZ'S mother was
TOBE-FEIGE ROSENTHAL , so it's safe to assume SALO is ELEAZER'S relative.
The letterhead may be that of SALO' S place of employment. The
letter may not have been mailed in BERLIN or anywhere in GERMANY for
that matter. I have posted it on Viewmate 12803.

The direct link is
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12803

TOBE {as she was called} was born in SINEA around 1840. She married MAX
KATKISKY {born about 1836 in SUVALKI} . MAX and TOBE, immigrated to the
UNITED STATES in the early 1870s , and with their children , JENNIE,
ELEAZER, LOUIS, and SARAH , settled in PITTSBURGH,PA.


As for the letter, I can make out a few words here and there, but I
think the gist of the letter refers to something sent to to the family in
Europe, as the words American Express are in the letter, as well as the word
Juden, which was a worrisome time for all in GERMANY.

If any one can translate the letter or has any knowledge about the
ROSENTHAL family , we would appreciate the information.

Sara Rubin
New Kensington, Pa
USA
sararu70@verizon.net

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


JRI Poland #Poland Rosenthal letter--Viewmate 12803 #poland

sararu70@...
 

Just recently found a letter written by SALO ROSENTHAL. The letter ,
written in German, was dated Nov. 1, 1936 and sent >from GERMANY to his
relative ELEAZER KATZ in the UNITED STATES. ELEAZER KATZ'S mother was
TOBE-FEIGE ROSENTHAL , so it's safe to assume SALO is ELEAZER'S relative.
The letterhead may be that of SALO' S place of employment. The
letter may not have been mailed in BERLIN or anywhere in GERMANY for
that matter. I have posted it on Viewmate 12803.

The direct link is
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12803

TOBE {as she was called} was born in SINEA around 1840. She married MAX
KATKISKY {born about 1836 in SUVALKI} . MAX and TOBE, immigrated to the
UNITED STATES in the early 1870s , and with their children , JENNIE,
ELEAZER, LOUIS, and SARAH , settled in PITTSBURGH,PA.


As for the letter, I can make out a few words here and there, but I
think the gist of the letter refers to something sent to to the family in
Europe, as the words American Express are in the letter, as well as the word
Juden, which was a worrisome time for all in GERMANY.

If any one can translate the letter or has any knowledge about the
ROSENTHAL family , we would appreciate the information.

Sara Rubin
New Kensington, Pa
USA
sararu70@verizon.net

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Re: Kollel Galicia - Rawa Ruska & Belz #galicia

roe kard
 

I have gone through the Kollel Galicia lists for several towns,
translated several years of lists for the town of Rawa Ruska and
worked on, and so know the families but have not yet completed,
several of the Belz lists.

The quarterly records for the
years 1924-1939 survived(!!!and are kept in binders according to the
Yiddish names of the cities and shtetlach. All are hand written and
are very clear.
This is and is not true. I have found some to be very clear and others
to be very challenging, depending on who was doing the recording at
the time. In Rawa & Belz the person recording stayed the same for
several years so there would be a few years that were easy to
translate and then a few that were real challenging.


from my experience those lists do reflect the composition of families
who lived in Galicia on the eve of the Holocaust since almost each
family had a donor.
What i have found >from my research and comparison of several years of
data and over time is that in Rawa Ruska, the people on the Kollel
lists are mostly males and widows, probably heads of households and
most certainly chassidish or children of chassids, who in the 1920's/
30's might have broken away but as times got tough i.e. 1938 - 39,
possibly in following the belief that "charity saves >from death,"
donated money to poor Jews studying in the Kollel's of Jerusalem as
well as to other charities. I believe >from the cross-tabulating I have
done between these and other lists >from that time as well as vital
records, that the folks on this list were mostly over-40 and often,
quite old. I do not know if this is true for other shtetlach or for a
major town like Krakow.

I discovered the names of both my grandfathers
on 3 successive lists >from Krakow.
I had a similar very bittersweet experience. My Chassidish
grandmother, Gitel ROSENFELD A"H donated only one time, somewhere
around May 1929. Clearly for that one moment in history, this woman
who was left widowed with 6 children at the age of 32 was able to
spare a teeny, tiny amount of money (can't remember exactly how much
as I am on the road for another week w/o data). I can imagine her joy
and then a short while later, months or a year, she went back to the
grinding poverty that became her lot in life till her murder at the
hands of the nazis.

I just mentioned to the kind people at the Kolel that my late father
in law was born in Bardejov, Slovakia and much to my surprise was
shown
the Bardejov donors file.
They have been very kind and helpful to me even though I am a woman
and they are in Mea Shearim, with a very, very frum (religious)
synagogue/study hall next door to their office. I dressed
appropriately (elbows, knees & head covered) and have made annual
donations to them to help them with their endeavors. If you go there,
be respectful and charitable.

I too, like Jacob ROSEN, think that this is a very important resource
in the micro-genealogical sense of identifying family but even more
so, as part of efforts on the macro-genealogical level of identifying
here-to-fore unnamed Holocaust victims and rebuilding destroyed
communities.

I am about 60% through with writing about this research. It has been
astonishingly time consuming though very, very rewarding on all
levels. My hope in sharing this work is that there will be someone out
there who already is, or would consider, doing work similar to mine so
that we can get an even larger sense of what was true across more of
Galicia. I will put a posting up when I finish and figure out who will
be publishing it.

Karen Rosenfeld Roekard
aka Gitel Chaye Eta Rosenfeld Rokart

ROSENFELD, TOPFER/TEPPER, SPRITZER, KURZER, KOCH, HAUSER
(Rawa Ruska, Wulka Mazowieki, Magierow, Niemerow, Ulicka Zarabone)
ROKART, ROKACH (Belz, Sokal, Brody)
GOLDWURM (Bialy Kamen, Berezhany)
GOLD, GOLDBERG, BIEGEL, BERGREEN (Dzikow, Tarnbrzeg, Ropcyctz)


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Kollel Galicia - Rawa Ruska & Belz #poland

roe kard
 

I have gone through the Kollel Galicia lists for several towns,
translated several years of lists for the town of Rawa Ruska and
worked on, and so know the families but have not yet completed,
several of the Belz lists.

The quarterly records for the
years 1924-1939 survived(!!!and are kept in binders according to the
Yiddish names of the cities and shtetlach. All are hand written and
are very clear.
This is and is not true. I have found some to be very clear and others
to be very challenging, depending on who was doing the recording at
the time. In Rawa & Belz the person recording stayed the same for
several years so there would be a few years that were easy to
translate and then a few that were real challenging.


from my experience those lists do reflect the composition of families
who lived in Galicia on the eve of the Holocaust since almost each
family had a donor.
What i have found >from my research and comparison of several years of
data and over time is that in Rawa Ruska, the people on the Kollel
lists are mostly males and widows, probably heads of households and
most certainly chassidish or children of chassids, who in the 1920's/
30's might have broken away but as times got tough i.e. 1938 - 39,
possibly in following the belief that "charity saves >from death,"
donated money to poor Jews studying in the Kollel's of Jerusalem as
well as to other charities. I believe >from the cross-tabulating I have
done between these and other lists >from that time as well as vital
records, that the folks on this list were mostly over-40 and often,
quite old. I do not know if this is true for other shtetlach or for a
major town like Krakow.

I discovered the names of both my grandfathers
on 3 successive lists >from Krakow.
I had a similar very bittersweet experience. My Chassidish
grandmother, Gitel ROSENFELD A"H donated only one time, somewhere
around May 1929. Clearly for that one moment in history, this woman
who was left widowed with 6 children at the age of 32 was able to
spare a teeny, tiny amount of money (can't remember exactly how much
as I am on the road for another week w/o data). I can imagine her joy
and then a short while later, months or a year, she went back to the
grinding poverty that became her lot in life till her murder at the
hands of the nazis.

I just mentioned to the kind people at the Kolel that my late father
in law was born in Bardejov, Slovakia and much to my surprise was
shown
the Bardejov donors file.
They have been very kind and helpful to me even though I am a woman
and they are in Mea Shearim, with a very, very frum (religious)
synagogue/study hall next door to their office. I dressed
appropriately (elbows, knees & head covered) and have made annual
donations to them to help them with their endeavors. If you go there,
be respectful and charitable.

I too, like Jacob ROSEN, think that this is a very important resource
in the micro-genealogical sense of identifying family but even more
so, as part of efforts on the macro-genealogical level of identifying
here-to-fore unnamed Holocaust victims and rebuilding destroyed
communities.

I am about 60% through with writing about this research. It has been
astonishingly time consuming though very, very rewarding on all
levels. My hope in sharing this work is that there will be someone out
there who already is, or would consider, doing work similar to mine so
that we can get an even larger sense of what was true across more of
Galicia. I will put a posting up when I finish and figure out who will
be publishing it.

Karen Rosenfeld Roekard
aka Gitel Chaye Eta Rosenfeld Rokart

ROSENFELD, TOPFER/TEPPER, SPRITZER, KURZER, KOCH, HAUSER
(Rawa Ruska, Wulka Mazowieki, Magierow, Niemerow, Ulicka Zarabone)
ROKART, ROKACH (Belz, Sokal, Brody)
GOLDWURM (Bialy Kamen, Berezhany)
GOLD, GOLDBERG, BIEGEL, BERGREEN (Dzikow, Tarnbrzeg, Ropcyctz)


Kulbak, Ashinofsky, Gordon #poland

Phil Kullback <popnrere@...>
 

I believe they were in the town(city) of SMORGON, which at one time was
part of Poland.
Thanks, Philip Kullback


MODERATOR'S NOTE: Philip is referring to his message of a few days ago
in which he is asking for information about the families listed in the
subject line.


JRI Poland #Poland Kulbak, Ashinofsky, Gordon #poland

Phil Kullback <popnrere@...>
 

I believe they were in the town(city) of SMORGON, which at one time was
part of Poland.
Thanks, Philip Kullback


MODERATOR'S NOTE: Philip is referring to his message of a few days ago
in which he is asking for information about the families listed in the
subject line.


Philly2009 conference news #poland

bounce-1840131-772962@...
 

The Philly2009 conference team is pleased to share the following
updates and reminders with you:

You can now download a PDF file (in grid format) showing the schedule
of the conference program. Please note that the schedule is subject to
change. However, this file will help you start planning which of the
many wonderful presentations you will want to attend. To find, and
print-out, this schedule, go to the conference web-site
www.Philly2009.org Click on the Program button on the left. At the
top of the first Program page you will see the sentence: "To download
and print a matrix version of this program in PDF format, please click
HERE." Click and it will be available for you.

We have added a new section to the website called Where to Eat. You
will find that button down at the very bottom of the left hand side of
the conference home page. Click on that button to find a list
Restaurants that are quick and close to the conference hotel, 1-2
blocks away, 3-5 blocks distance, highly recommended and kosher. There
is also a category of markets, prepared food and takeout.

Registration desk hours at the conference are now set: Saturday,
August 1, (9:01 PM - 11:00 PM) at the Conference Registration Desk at
the Sheraton Philadelphia City Center Hotel. On-site registration will
resume at 7:00 am on Sunday, August 2. Registration will be open from
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM daily except on Friday, August 7, when it will be
open >from 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM. If you have already registered on-line,
you can pick up your registration materials during those hours.
On-site registration will take place during those
same hours.

Please remember that computer workshops during the week, and the two
special workshops on Friday morning, require a fee and are limited in
attendence. To make sure that you can participate in them, you are
advised to sign up as soon as possible. If you have already
registered, go to Registration Update and log-in using your log-in and
password information received in your registration confirmation
e-mail. If you have not yet registered, please go through the
registration process and add those optional fee based items that you
want to attend.

Also, don't forget to check out the SIG luncheons. And, we encourage
everyone to attend the Welcome dinner on Saturday evening and the
Banquet on Thursday. The Welcome dinner is a perfect place to begin
the week - meet new people and start networking. The Banquet is a
great way to spend the last evening of the conference - celebrate the
IAJGS Achievement Award winners and enjoy a great entertainer (to be
announced shortly).

We look forward to seeing everyone in Philly!
Co-Chairs:
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
<Information@philly2009.org>


JRI Poland #Poland Philly2009 conference news #poland

bounce-1840131-772962@...
 

The Philly2009 conference team is pleased to share the following
updates and reminders with you:

You can now download a PDF file (in grid format) showing the schedule
of the conference program. Please note that the schedule is subject to
change. However, this file will help you start planning which of the
many wonderful presentations you will want to attend. To find, and
print-out, this schedule, go to the conference web-site
www.Philly2009.org Click on the Program button on the left. At the
top of the first Program page you will see the sentence: "To download
and print a matrix version of this program in PDF format, please click
HERE." Click and it will be available for you.

We have added a new section to the website called Where to Eat. You
will find that button down at the very bottom of the left hand side of
the conference home page. Click on that button to find a list
Restaurants that are quick and close to the conference hotel, 1-2
blocks away, 3-5 blocks distance, highly recommended and kosher. There
is also a category of markets, prepared food and takeout.

Registration desk hours at the conference are now set: Saturday,
August 1, (9:01 PM - 11:00 PM) at the Conference Registration Desk at
the Sheraton Philadelphia City Center Hotel. On-site registration will
resume at 7:00 am on Sunday, August 2. Registration will be open from
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM daily except on Friday, August 7, when it will be
open >from 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM. If you have already registered on-line,
you can pick up your registration materials during those hours.
On-site registration will take place during those
same hours.

Please remember that computer workshops during the week, and the two
special workshops on Friday morning, require a fee and are limited in
attendence. To make sure that you can participate in them, you are
advised to sign up as soon as possible. If you have already
registered, go to Registration Update and log-in using your log-in and
password information received in your registration confirmation
e-mail. If you have not yet registered, please go through the
registration process and add those optional fee based items that you
want to attend.

Also, don't forget to check out the SIG luncheons. And, we encourage
everyone to attend the Welcome dinner on Saturday evening and the
Banquet on Thursday. The Welcome dinner is a perfect place to begin
the week - meet new people and start networking. The Banquet is a
great way to spend the last evening of the conference - celebrate the
IAJGS Achievement Award winners and enjoy a great entertainer (to be
announced shortly).

We look forward to seeing everyone in Philly!
Co-Chairs:
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
<Information@philly2009.org>


searching for people from Piotrkow #poland

Evan Fishman <ebf2001@...>
 

Dear folks,

I'm helping a friend fill gaps in his knowledge of his family. Does
anyone recognize the names ELIAS ROSENZWEIG or his sister, SABINA
ROSENZWEIG >from Piotrkow? She was born in 1920; he within 5 years
plus or minus that date. They both survived World War 2 and eventually
settled in Montreal.

Also, does SAMUEL FAUST ring a bell with anyone? He also emigrated to
Montreal following World War 2.

Please respond to me privately. Many thanks.

Evan Fishman
ebf2001@comcast.net


JRI Poland #Poland searching for people from Piotrkow #poland

Evan Fishman <ebf2001@...>
 

Dear folks,

I'm helping a friend fill gaps in his knowledge of his family. Does
anyone recognize the names ELIAS ROSENZWEIG or his sister, SABINA
ROSENZWEIG >from Piotrkow? She was born in 1920; he within 5 years
plus or minus that date. They both survived World War 2 and eventually
settled in Montreal.

Also, does SAMUEL FAUST ring a bell with anyone? He also emigrated to
Montreal following World War 2.

Please respond to me privately. Many thanks.

Evan Fishman
ebf2001@comcast.net