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Thanks for replies-ABRAMOWITZ-Hartford, Ct. 1933 #general

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

I want to thank all the wonderful people of this group who replied
and confirmed that my grandfather left his cousins' address in
Hartford.

The issue that I've been searching for many years, investigating
amongst cousins in Israel and the USA is how exactly the HURWITZs of
Hartford and we were actually related over and beyond everyone
"knowing" they were our cousins. That would open a lot of other
doors.

Again, thank you very much.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thanks for replies-ABRAMOWITZ-Hartford, Ct. 1933 #general

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

I want to thank all the wonderful people of this group who replied
and confirmed that my grandfather left his cousins' address in
Hartford.

The issue that I've been searching for many years, investigating
amongst cousins in Israel and the USA is how exactly the HURWITZs of
Hartford and we were actually related over and beyond everyone
"knowing" they were our cousins. That would open a lot of other
doors.

Again, thank you very much.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


Missing Sobibor Survivors #general

Genealogykid20 <genealogykid20@...>
 

I am searching for data on the below Sobibor survivors. Little to no
information is available about these people. Most, if not all, of them
were >from the Lublin district of Poland. Where they went after their
escape >from Sobibor, mostly in 1943, is unknown unless otherwise noted.

If you have information on any of them, please contact me:
Genealogykid20@aol.com

Moshe Bornstein, Jakub Fajgenbaum (Faigenbaum), Josel Goldfarb,
from Piaski, brother of another escapee, Moshe Hochman, >from Krasnystaw,
believed to have gone to Canada, Michael Itzkowicz, possibly a Russian Jew,
Aron Licht, >from Izbica, escaped prior to the Oct. 1943 revolt,
Semion Mazurkiewicz, believed to be a Russian Jew, Moszek Merensztajn,
from Gorezkow, Josel or Josef Pelc, >from Chelm or Tyszowce, escaped prior
to the Oct. 1943 revolt, Chaim Powroznik, >from Chelm or Lyuboml,
Yankel Pozycki, David Sirczuk (Serchuk), >from Chelm, brother of another
escapee - PHOTO AVAILABLE at
http://eng.thepartisan.org/document/68521,0,9243.aspx
(ignore all other info on this web page, as it is not accurate)
Cwi Sobelman, Idel (Jerry?) Terner, >from Siedliszcze, the brother of
Esther Raab, Berl Waks, >from Izbica,

Sobibor Remembrance Project:
http://chelm.freeyellow.com/sobibor-rememberance.html

Aaron Biterman
Washington DC area


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Missing Sobibor Survivors #general

Genealogykid20 <genealogykid20@...>
 

I am searching for data on the below Sobibor survivors. Little to no
information is available about these people. Most, if not all, of them
were >from the Lublin district of Poland. Where they went after their
escape >from Sobibor, mostly in 1943, is unknown unless otherwise noted.

If you have information on any of them, please contact me:
Genealogykid20@aol.com

Moshe Bornstein, Jakub Fajgenbaum (Faigenbaum), Josel Goldfarb,
from Piaski, brother of another escapee, Moshe Hochman, >from Krasnystaw,
believed to have gone to Canada, Michael Itzkowicz, possibly a Russian Jew,
Aron Licht, >from Izbica, escaped prior to the Oct. 1943 revolt,
Semion Mazurkiewicz, believed to be a Russian Jew, Moszek Merensztajn,
from Gorezkow, Josel or Josef Pelc, >from Chelm or Tyszowce, escaped prior
to the Oct. 1943 revolt, Chaim Powroznik, >from Chelm or Lyuboml,
Yankel Pozycki, David Sirczuk (Serchuk), >from Chelm, brother of another
escapee - PHOTO AVAILABLE at
http://eng.thepartisan.org/document/68521,0,9243.aspx
(ignore all other info on this web page, as it is not accurate)
Cwi Sobelman, Idel (Jerry?) Terner, >from Siedliszcze, the brother of
Esther Raab, Berl Waks, >from Izbica,

Sobibor Remembrance Project:
http://chelm.freeyellow.com/sobibor-rememberance.html

Aaron Biterman
Washington DC area


seeking 19th c. records online: #romania

Barrie Karp
 

Please can anyone tell me how to find the following?

1. birth, death, marriage records mainly >from the 19thc. (and,
secondarily, >from very early 20th c.), >from Iasi, Romania; Tulcea
Romania; other towns in Romania (knowing only that some relatives
lived in Romania when I do not know towns); Hungary: Munkcs/Mukacheve
(including a Cohain family: Harold WEISS); L'viv; Stryj; Galicia
generally; Austria generally; Germany generally.

2. Also SEEKING ORIGINS OF ISAAC/YITZAK WIEN. (my ggfather) His spouse
Leie/Lena/Leah/Lea Berkowitz Wien, my ggmother. She & their children
last lived in Iasi, Romania, before arrival (widowed, youngest child
born 1901) arrived 1902 in NYC. Their children:

Samuel/Sam/Samul/Shmuel Leiser/Leizer Wien 1871-1959; Harry Eisg Wien
1877-1939; Regina/Rebeka Wien Karp Siegel 1881-1949;
Annie/Anna/Hena/Heni/Hannah Wien Tuchjela/Tudfela/Tuchfeld 1884-1946;
Annie/Anna/Chane Wien Katz 1891-1976; Benny/Benjamin/Burech Wien
1893-1922; Sarah/Serel Wien Robin 1895-1983; Fanny Wien 1901- ?.

All I know about ISAAC WIEN was his relationship to these people
(spouse & father) and that he was a businessman, possibly in oil
business (though that's a very vague memory of a 90/yr/old relative).

Dob for ggmother Lea Berkowitz Wien is guessed to be about 1864, and
dob is known: January 1923 in NY/buried in Maspeth, Queens (in a
Galician community cemetery via her son-in-law, Philip Tuchfeld).

3. Any ancestry information about Henry/Hillel Berkowitz and Celia
Berkowitz, parents of Leie/Lena/Leah/Lea Berkowitz Wien (who lived in
Iasi, as did her children before they arrived 1902 in NYC, but I don't
know where she or her parents had lived before or where they were
born. Her sister was my other ggmother Tobie (various spellings)
Berkowitz Karp Voit. (Both Lea and Toby were my g/g/mothers.)

4. Any 19thc. ancestry records for Tobie Berkowitz Karp (Voit was her
2nd married name 1917 to 1931 in Syracuse, NY) (about 1850-1941,
according to her funeral records provided by some of her children).

She lived in Iasi, Romania (or possibly other places in Romania too)
before arrival >from Rotterdam on Rotterdam vessel >from Iasi with some
of her children, destination husband (my ggfather) Jacob Karp
(1856-1907), Wilkes-Barre, PA, who arrived in NYC several months
earlier (June 1900) with one of their sons (Bernhardt Karp, my

g/father) destination cousin M. Karp 172 Delancy, NY, NY. (cousin Meir
Karp, 268 Avenue B, grocer, is listed as witness on Bernhardt Karp's

1906 naturalization paper).

5. Any 19thc. records for Jacob Karp, and his parents, Simon and Anna
Karp (according to death certificate of Jacob Karp).

6. What other kinds of records should I be seeking in the above-named
towns and countries, and how do I do it?

Any suggestions about what sites or databases to try would be very
much appreciated. I need to do the research online (or, minimally, by
mail, if necessary, for example, sending for birth, death, marriage
certificates).

I haven't found this information via ancestry.com

(perhaps there are ways to use that site for this information that I
do not know about?).

I do not know how to use JewishGen site for the above information,
but mainly only has 20th c. records.

Thank you very much.

Sincerely,

Barrie Karp

Barrie Karp, Ph.D., Philosophy
NYC !

KARP; WIEN; BERKOWICZ/Berkowitz; TUDFELA/TUDJELA/Tuchfeld, (Romania
(Iasi, Tulcea, etc.), Ukraine, Galicia, Lviv, Stryj, Austria,
Germany); WEISS (Cohain); GRUNBAUM/Greenbaum, BURKOWITZ, FUCHS/Fox,
KLEIN, GOTTLIEB [?], (Hungary: Munkcs/Mukacheve, Ukraine, Austria).

NYC all boroughs; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Syracuse, NY; Scranton, PA;
Cleveland, Ohio; Los Angeles, CA; Rochester, NY; Broward, FL; NJ


Romania SIG #Romania seeking 19th c. records online: #romania

Barrie Karp
 

Please can anyone tell me how to find the following?

1. birth, death, marriage records mainly >from the 19thc. (and,
secondarily, >from very early 20th c.), >from Iasi, Romania; Tulcea
Romania; other towns in Romania (knowing only that some relatives
lived in Romania when I do not know towns); Hungary: Munkcs/Mukacheve
(including a Cohain family: Harold WEISS); L'viv; Stryj; Galicia
generally; Austria generally; Germany generally.

2. Also SEEKING ORIGINS OF ISAAC/YITZAK WIEN. (my ggfather) His spouse
Leie/Lena/Leah/Lea Berkowitz Wien, my ggmother. She & their children
last lived in Iasi, Romania, before arrival (widowed, youngest child
born 1901) arrived 1902 in NYC. Their children:

Samuel/Sam/Samul/Shmuel Leiser/Leizer Wien 1871-1959; Harry Eisg Wien
1877-1939; Regina/Rebeka Wien Karp Siegel 1881-1949;
Annie/Anna/Hena/Heni/Hannah Wien Tuchjela/Tudfela/Tuchfeld 1884-1946;
Annie/Anna/Chane Wien Katz 1891-1976; Benny/Benjamin/Burech Wien
1893-1922; Sarah/Serel Wien Robin 1895-1983; Fanny Wien 1901- ?.

All I know about ISAAC WIEN was his relationship to these people
(spouse & father) and that he was a businessman, possibly in oil
business (though that's a very vague memory of a 90/yr/old relative).

Dob for ggmother Lea Berkowitz Wien is guessed to be about 1864, and
dob is known: January 1923 in NY/buried in Maspeth, Queens (in a
Galician community cemetery via her son-in-law, Philip Tuchfeld).

3. Any ancestry information about Henry/Hillel Berkowitz and Celia
Berkowitz, parents of Leie/Lena/Leah/Lea Berkowitz Wien (who lived in
Iasi, as did her children before they arrived 1902 in NYC, but I don't
know where she or her parents had lived before or where they were
born. Her sister was my other ggmother Tobie (various spellings)
Berkowitz Karp Voit. (Both Lea and Toby were my g/g/mothers.)

4. Any 19thc. ancestry records for Tobie Berkowitz Karp (Voit was her
2nd married name 1917 to 1931 in Syracuse, NY) (about 1850-1941,
according to her funeral records provided by some of her children).

She lived in Iasi, Romania (or possibly other places in Romania too)
before arrival >from Rotterdam on Rotterdam vessel >from Iasi with some
of her children, destination husband (my ggfather) Jacob Karp
(1856-1907), Wilkes-Barre, PA, who arrived in NYC several months
earlier (June 1900) with one of their sons (Bernhardt Karp, my

g/father) destination cousin M. Karp 172 Delancy, NY, NY. (cousin Meir
Karp, 268 Avenue B, grocer, is listed as witness on Bernhardt Karp's

1906 naturalization paper).

5. Any 19thc. records for Jacob Karp, and his parents, Simon and Anna
Karp (according to death certificate of Jacob Karp).

6. What other kinds of records should I be seeking in the above-named
towns and countries, and how do I do it?

Any suggestions about what sites or databases to try would be very
much appreciated. I need to do the research online (or, minimally, by
mail, if necessary, for example, sending for birth, death, marriage
certificates).

I haven't found this information via ancestry.com

(perhaps there are ways to use that site for this information that I
do not know about?).

I do not know how to use JewishGen site for the above information,
but mainly only has 20th c. records.

Thank you very much.

Sincerely,

Barrie Karp

Barrie Karp, Ph.D., Philosophy
NYC !

KARP; WIEN; BERKOWICZ/Berkowitz; TUDFELA/TUDJELA/Tuchfeld, (Romania
(Iasi, Tulcea, etc.), Ukraine, Galicia, Lviv, Stryj, Austria,
Germany); WEISS (Cohain); GRUNBAUM/Greenbaum, BURKOWITZ, FUCHS/Fox,
KLEIN, GOTTLIEB [?], (Hungary: Munkcs/Mukacheve, Ukraine, Austria).

NYC all boroughs; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Syracuse, NY; Scranton, PA;
Cleveland, Ohio; Los Angeles, CA; Rochester, NY; Broward, FL; NJ


ABRAMOWITZ-Jerusalem/Chicago #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

I want to thank all those who replied. Rabbi Abraham E. ABRAMOWITZ
(not my grandfather) was born in Jerusalem in 1892 and served as a
Conservative Rabbi in Albany Park, Chicago for some 30 years.

My interest in this gentleman was piqued for several reasons. One that
although, ABRAMOWITZ is a very common name among jews (see P.M. of
USSR in the past) the fact that my grandfather and Abraham were both
born in the old city of Jerusalem within 2-3 years of each other made
me think that there may be a connection.

Secondly: An acquaintance of our family mentioned to me that he
remembers as a child growing up in the Geula section of Jerusalem
(1940) here was a Kolel called North America which ABRAMOWITZ was
somehow involved and he thought it was my grandfather. To the best of
my knowledge it was not my grandfather and it may have been Abraham
ABRAMOWITZ (or another ABRAMOWITZ altogether).

Again, thanks to all who replied.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


Library of Ets Haim Amsterdam online #rabbinic

Ton Tielen
 

Dear all,

Since last week the Ets Haim Library in Amsterdam - the oldest still
functioning jewish library in the world, has begun to put its
manuscripts online. Twohundred works are now online, and in the end
there will be over 500.

http://www.etshaimmanuscripts.nl/manuscripts/

See here the beauty, richness and diversity of jewish and sephardic culture.

Best regards, Ton Tielen, The Hague


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic ABRAMOWITZ-Jerusalem/Chicago #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

I want to thank all those who replied. Rabbi Abraham E. ABRAMOWITZ
(not my grandfather) was born in Jerusalem in 1892 and served as a
Conservative Rabbi in Albany Park, Chicago for some 30 years.

My interest in this gentleman was piqued for several reasons. One that
although, ABRAMOWITZ is a very common name among jews (see P.M. of
USSR in the past) the fact that my grandfather and Abraham were both
born in the old city of Jerusalem within 2-3 years of each other made
me think that there may be a connection.

Secondly: An acquaintance of our family mentioned to me that he
remembers as a child growing up in the Geula section of Jerusalem
(1940) here was a Kolel called North America which ABRAMOWITZ was
somehow involved and he thought it was my grandfather. To the best of
my knowledge it was not my grandfather and it may have been Abraham
ABRAMOWITZ (or another ABRAMOWITZ altogether).

Again, thanks to all who replied.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Library of Ets Haim Amsterdam online #rabbinic

Ton Tielen
 

Dear all,

Since last week the Ets Haim Library in Amsterdam - the oldest still
functioning jewish library in the world, has begun to put its
manuscripts online. Twohundred works are now online, and in the end
there will be over 500.

http://www.etshaimmanuscripts.nl/manuscripts/

See here the beauty, richness and diversity of jewish and sephardic culture.

Best regards, Ton Tielen, The Hague


ABRAMOWITZ-born Jerusalem 1895 #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Several years ago I posted a request regarding an ABRAMOWITZ who was
born in Jerusalem in (or about 1895), the year and place that my
grandfather, Chaim Yitzchak ABRAMOWITZ was born. >from the replies I
received was that he married a CHARLAP and eventually moved to the USA
to become a Rabbi there (possibly in Chicago-Conservative-during the
1930-1950).

Strangely enough I, growing up in Chicago >from 1948-1960 do not
remember my parents having known this Rabbi though the many
similarities. The same name as my mother's father, born about the same
time and place. And that my father was also a (non-practicing but
active) Conservative Rabbi in Chicago.

I had been in contact with some of Rabbi ABRAMOWITZ'S descendants back
then but since have lost contact with them. I'd be happy to renew the
contact and continue to explore if there is a family connection
between our two ABRAMOWITZ families.

Yoni Ben-Ari (formerly KATZOFF-Chicago), Jerusalem


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic ABRAMOWITZ-born Jerusalem 1895 #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Several years ago I posted a request regarding an ABRAMOWITZ who was
born in Jerusalem in (or about 1895), the year and place that my
grandfather, Chaim Yitzchak ABRAMOWITZ was born. >from the replies I
received was that he married a CHARLAP and eventually moved to the USA
to become a Rabbi there (possibly in Chicago-Conservative-during the
1930-1950).

Strangely enough I, growing up in Chicago >from 1948-1960 do not
remember my parents having known this Rabbi though the many
similarities. The same name as my mother's father, born about the same
time and place. And that my father was also a (non-practicing but
active) Conservative Rabbi in Chicago.

I had been in contact with some of Rabbi ABRAMOWITZ'S descendants back
then but since have lost contact with them. I'd be happy to renew the
contact and continue to explore if there is a family connection
between our two ABRAMOWITZ families.

Yoni Ben-Ari (formerly KATZOFF-Chicago), Jerusalem


New 2014 Education Syllabus on JewishGen #usa

Phyllis Kramer
 

Times change and JewishGen family genealogists are becoming more
genealogically experienced, more sophisticated at researching major
web sites.

We have revised our syllabus to reach what we believe are the
requirements of our Genners. As of 2014, the following classes will be
taught on a rotating schedule:

Basic 1 -- Search Strategies
Basic 2 -- Exploring JewishGen
Basic 3 -- Getting Organized
Basic 4 -- Cite your Sources

These targeted courses will be available at no charge to those
entitled to JewishGen's Value Added Services (having donated $100 to
the JewishGen General Fund within the preceding 12 months).

We will continue to teach Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced
interactive courses with Forums where students can get personal
assistance >from their instructors; we also feature Mark Heckman's
annual KehilaLinks class.

See our Course Listings (www.JewishGen.org/education) for details
about the courses, the instructors, the dates and the requirements.

Phyllis Kramer, VP, Education
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
www.JewishGen.org/education
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


Early American SIG #USA New 2014 Education Syllabus on JewishGen #usa

Phyllis Kramer
 

Times change and JewishGen family genealogists are becoming more
genealogically experienced, more sophisticated at researching major
web sites.

We have revised our syllabus to reach what we believe are the
requirements of our Genners. As of 2014, the following classes will be
taught on a rotating schedule:

Basic 1 -- Search Strategies
Basic 2 -- Exploring JewishGen
Basic 3 -- Getting Organized
Basic 4 -- Cite your Sources

These targeted courses will be available at no charge to those
entitled to JewishGen's Value Added Services (having donated $100 to
the JewishGen General Fund within the preceding 12 months).

We will continue to teach Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced
interactive courses with Forums where students can get personal
assistance >from their instructors; we also feature Mark Heckman's
annual KehilaLinks class.

See our Course Listings (www.JewishGen.org/education) for details
about the courses, the instructors, the dates and the requirements.

Phyllis Kramer, VP, Education
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
www.JewishGen.org/education
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


Nufus Books of the Ottomans #sephardic

Michael Waas
 

Hi,

Does anyone have any experience with the nufus books (the books of
souls) of the Ottomans for Ottoman Palestine? I just came across them
from the Israeli State Archive. The information about them seems
extremely tantalizing.

I am primarily interested in them for my professional work in Israel
and secondarily for information about my family's relatives who lived
in the Yishuv during this period in Jerusalem. In particular, one of
my ancestors according to what has been found, lived in Jerusalem for
a period of 5 years >from 1879 to 1884 where he worked as an emissary
of the Beit El Yeshiva after taking leave of his position of Chief
Rabbi of Larissa. I would assume that I might find information about
him there if it exists.

Many thanks!

Best Regards,

Michael Waas
Akko, Israel


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Nufus Books of the Ottomans #sephardic

Michael Waas
 

Hi,

Does anyone have any experience with the nufus books (the books of
souls) of the Ottomans for Ottoman Palestine? I just came across them
from the Israeli State Archive. The information about them seems
extremely tantalizing.

I am primarily interested in them for my professional work in Israel
and secondarily for information about my family's relatives who lived
in the Yishuv during this period in Jerusalem. In particular, one of
my ancestors according to what has been found, lived in Jerusalem for
a period of 5 years >from 1879 to 1884 where he worked as an emissary
of the Beit El Yeshiva after taking leave of his position of Chief
Rabbi of Larissa. I would assume that I might find information about
him there if it exists.

Many thanks!

Best Regards,

Michael Waas
Akko, Israel


Philadelphia Birth records (1895-1910) #general

Julia Lombardo <julialombardo@...>
 

Hello all,

I was wondering if anyone knows about early Philadelphia Birth
Records....did they show mother's maiden name?

Thank you!

Julia

Researching: Fajbischanke/FINE, Philadelphia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Philadelphia Birth records (1895-1910) #general

Julia Lombardo <julialombardo@...>
 

Hello all,

I was wondering if anyone knows about early Philadelphia Birth
Records....did they show mother's maiden name?

Thank you!

Julia

Researching: Fajbischanke/FINE, Philadelphia


Looking for my uncle Ouri/Uri/Yuri KELNER #general

anafa-e@...
 

Dear Genners

I am looking for my maternal uncle. Ouri /Uri/Yuri KELNER born around
1930-1932 in Oushchilug/Uscilug then Poland now Ukraine (Vohlin/ Vohlyn)

He was an orphan, his parents, Rivka and Natan KELNER, died before WW2.
He has 3 sisters who live in Israel with families. The names of his sisters:
Tzila /Zila, b. 1922, Vitla b.1926, Dina 1928/9.

Ouri and his sisters were raised in different orphanages. His sisters in
Kovel and Oushchilug and he was raised in Horodishche/Horodiszce.

The last time he was seen was about 1940/41 in the 0rphanage in
Horodishche/Horodiszce. Since the end of WW2, my mother and my aunts
looked for him but with no results as for his fortune.
What happened to him? Could he survived and lives somewhere?
Did someone take care of him? (He was about 8-9 years old when the Germans
entered Russia.

I started to look for him with the help of a friend who speaks Russian and
knows how and where to look in Ukraine, also with no results so far.

I am still waiting for answers >from the archives in Luck, Moscow, Kiev,
Kovel, Rovno/Rivnee, Zitomir, and Red Cross Moscow.

What more can I do? How shall I continue?

Thank you for any help,
Rivka Shoshan
rivkasho@gmail.com

SEARCHING:
KELNER- LUCK, KOVEL, WLOD6ZIEMIEC VOHLINSKY, USCILUG,
KOZIOL /KOZOL - BEREZNICA IN VOHLIN
ZEIGERMAISTER - >from ROVNO and SARNEY in VOHLYN.
KOZOL/KOZIOL- changed to Weissman in the U.S.A, (L.A.)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for my uncle Ouri/Uri/Yuri KELNER #general

anafa-e@...
 

Dear Genners

I am looking for my maternal uncle. Ouri /Uri/Yuri KELNER born around
1930-1932 in Oushchilug/Uscilug then Poland now Ukraine (Vohlin/ Vohlyn)

He was an orphan, his parents, Rivka and Natan KELNER, died before WW2.
He has 3 sisters who live in Israel with families. The names of his sisters:
Tzila /Zila, b. 1922, Vitla b.1926, Dina 1928/9.

Ouri and his sisters were raised in different orphanages. His sisters in
Kovel and Oushchilug and he was raised in Horodishche/Horodiszce.

The last time he was seen was about 1940/41 in the 0rphanage in
Horodishche/Horodiszce. Since the end of WW2, my mother and my aunts
looked for him but with no results as for his fortune.
What happened to him? Could he survived and lives somewhere?
Did someone take care of him? (He was about 8-9 years old when the Germans
entered Russia.

I started to look for him with the help of a friend who speaks Russian and
knows how and where to look in Ukraine, also with no results so far.

I am still waiting for answers >from the archives in Luck, Moscow, Kiev,
Kovel, Rovno/Rivnee, Zitomir, and Red Cross Moscow.

What more can I do? How shall I continue?

Thank you for any help,
Rivka Shoshan
rivkasho@gmail.com

SEARCHING:
KELNER- LUCK, KOVEL, WLOD6ZIEMIEC VOHLINSKY, USCILUG,
KOZIOL /KOZOL - BEREZNICA IN VOHLIN
ZEIGERMAISTER - >from ROVNO and SARNEY in VOHLYN.
KOZOL/KOZIOL- changed to Weissman in the U.S.A, (L.A.)

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