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Microfilm 1733565 #poland

stefgrauzam@...
 

Dear colleagues,

I have received the Microfilm no. 1733565 >from the Mormons. This Microfilm
contains the birth, death and wedding certificates of Ujazd and Bedkow.

The Microfilm is still available for 15 days; after that it will be
return to the central database.

Please, let me know by private email (stefgrauzam@hotmail.com) if you are
interested in getting copy or scanning (>from that film), I can do it !

Have a great day

Stephane GRAUZAM


JRI Poland #Poland Microfilm 1733565 #poland

stefgrauzam@...
 

Dear colleagues,

I have received the Microfilm no. 1733565 >from the Mormons. This Microfilm
contains the birth, death and wedding certificates of Ujazd and Bedkow.

The Microfilm is still available for 15 days; after that it will be
return to the central database.

Please, let me know by private email (stefgrauzam@hotmail.com) if you are
interested in getting copy or scanning (>from that film), I can do it !

Have a great day

Stephane GRAUZAM


Useful tip: old Polish-English dictionary online #poland

Apollo Israel <apollo@...>
 

I imagine that many of you, like me, have acquired a lot of old documents in
foreign languages, but have avoided using professional translators too often
because of the expense. I have mostly managed pretty well on my own and with
help >from my Polish-speaking mother and her friends, but all of us were
stumped by one particular word on an old (1828) handwritten Polish death
document. This word was in a sentence that read: "The witness was the xxxx
of the deceased." Both of them had the same surname.

The first part of the word said "syn..." which means son, but the remaining
letters in the word were not clear. The witness was only six years younger
than the deceased, and therefore clearly was not the son, so I thought maybe
son of a brother (i.e. nephew), or perhaps half-brother (son of the same
father), or cousin (son of the same grandfather), stepson, or foster son, or
something along those lines. I entered every possible word I could think of
into Babylon and Poltran online to get a Polish translation, but the words
that came up for nephew (bratanek, siostrzeniec), brother, half-brother,
cousin, stepson, etc. looked nothing like the word on the document.

Then a light went off, and I realized that perhaps I shouldn't be looking at
modern dictionaries at all but at older ones, and I began searching for an
old Polish-English dictionary online. I found one called "Burt's
Polish-English Dictionary", published in New York in 1900. I searched for
words beginning with "syn..." and, bingo! Up came "synowiec" as nephew (and
"synowica" as niece). This looked almost identical to the word on the
document, and I was thrilled to have found the answer! Apparently these
words are now, if not entirely obsolete, no longer used.

Some of you may find this old dictionary useful for your researches, so here
is the link:
http://openlibrary.org/books/OL13998215M/Burt's_Polish-English_dictionary
Click on the button that says, "Read online."

Thank you to whoever put this dictionary online!

Shabbat Shalom,
Miriam Bulwar David-Hay,
Raanana, Israel.

Researching: BULWAR (Rawa Mazowiecka, Lodz, Lwow, Krakow); FRENKIEL
(Belz,Krakow); KALUSZYNER,KUSMIERSKI (Kaluszyn, Lodz); KASZKIET, KUZKA,
RZETELNY,SIENNICKI, WROBEL (Kaluszyn); KRYSKA, LICHTENSZTAJN (Sieradz,
Lodz); WAKS,BEKER, ENGEL (Nowe Miasto nad Pilica); GOLDSZTEJN (Lodz; family
of Szmerel & Itta nee ZYMERVOGEL, both d. WWII); BORNSZTAJN (Lodz; family of
Moshe Hersz,1879-1942), ROSENBERG, WEISKOPF (Przedborz).


JRI Poland #Poland Useful tip: old Polish-English dictionary online #poland

Apollo Israel <apollo@...>
 

I imagine that many of you, like me, have acquired a lot of old documents in
foreign languages, but have avoided using professional translators too often
because of the expense. I have mostly managed pretty well on my own and with
help >from my Polish-speaking mother and her friends, but all of us were
stumped by one particular word on an old (1828) handwritten Polish death
document. This word was in a sentence that read: "The witness was the xxxx
of the deceased." Both of them had the same surname.

The first part of the word said "syn..." which means son, but the remaining
letters in the word were not clear. The witness was only six years younger
than the deceased, and therefore clearly was not the son, so I thought maybe
son of a brother (i.e. nephew), or perhaps half-brother (son of the same
father), or cousin (son of the same grandfather), stepson, or foster son, or
something along those lines. I entered every possible word I could think of
into Babylon and Poltran online to get a Polish translation, but the words
that came up for nephew (bratanek, siostrzeniec), brother, half-brother,
cousin, stepson, etc. looked nothing like the word on the document.

Then a light went off, and I realized that perhaps I shouldn't be looking at
modern dictionaries at all but at older ones, and I began searching for an
old Polish-English dictionary online. I found one called "Burt's
Polish-English Dictionary", published in New York in 1900. I searched for
words beginning with "syn..." and, bingo! Up came "synowiec" as nephew (and
"synowica" as niece). This looked almost identical to the word on the
document, and I was thrilled to have found the answer! Apparently these
words are now, if not entirely obsolete, no longer used.

Some of you may find this old dictionary useful for your researches, so here
is the link:
http://openlibrary.org/books/OL13998215M/Burt's_Polish-English_dictionary
Click on the button that says, "Read online."

Thank you to whoever put this dictionary online!

Shabbat Shalom,
Miriam Bulwar David-Hay,
Raanana, Israel.

Researching: BULWAR (Rawa Mazowiecka, Lodz, Lwow, Krakow); FRENKIEL
(Belz,Krakow); KALUSZYNER,KUSMIERSKI (Kaluszyn, Lodz); KASZKIET, KUZKA,
RZETELNY,SIENNICKI, WROBEL (Kaluszyn); KRYSKA, LICHTENSZTAJN (Sieradz,
Lodz); WAKS,BEKER, ENGEL (Nowe Miasto nad Pilica); GOLDSZTEJN (Lodz; family
of Szmerel & Itta nee ZYMERVOGEL, both d. WWII); BORNSZTAJN (Lodz; family of
Moshe Hersz,1879-1942), ROSENBERG, WEISKOPF (Przedborz).


JRI-Poland plans for linking search results to online images #poland

Howard Fink <HowGen@...>
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland has been aware of the recent
availability of digital images by both the Polish State Archives
(PSA) National Digital Archives and the Polish Genealogical Society.
There was reference to this in our recent announcement of the
new agreement between JRI-Poland and the PSA:

* Over the next 4 to 5 years, the PSA will digitize all vital records
(Jewish and non-Jewish) and make them available on the PSA
National Digital Archives (NDA) or Regional Archive website.
There will be no charge for directly accessing actual records of
your ancestors and family.
* JRI-Poland will be provided with the information to enable us to
link our search results to digital images of Jewish records.
Because of the massive indexing undertaken by JRI-Poland since
1995, the indices to Jewish records will form the bulk of all
indexed entries to digital images on the PSA website.
* The linking of search results will require the assistance of
qualified volunteers and paid professionals in Poland to verify
the match up of the millions of JRI-Poland indices to the records
online.
As you can imagine, the plan to add a link to every record in our
database search results will require significant effort; going back
through each of our data files and adding accurate information to
millions of records. In fact we have been working on test projects
already, but because the site and addressing scheme used to host the
images has changed twice so far it would have been premature for us to
make this feature available. Until the stability of the image hosting
settles down it does not make sense for us to update our database. We
believe that the time is now close and are working to add this
information to our system. Obviously we can only do this after each
record collection is available at its final web server location.

One of the associated effects of the work to identify which records
appear on each page is the need to correct errors made by the 19th
century registrars when creating indexes at the end of each year. These
are what appear in many of our current data indices. Correcting these
errors is a larger task than the addition of the URLs to each record.

We do appreciate that researchers would like to see these links
immediately, but there will be a necessary delay due to both the work
required to establish and enter the appropriate links, and the need to
make our data as accurate as we can. When users see the results of our
efforts after making these changes they may be pleasantly surprised to
discover new matches to their search queries!

JRI-Poland will be in need of volunteers to error check our index files
as well as cross reference the records to each online image page.
Researchers already familiar with a town may be the best resource for
resolving problems in the data, but anyone with a good web connection is
a good candidate to to correct the errata and create the cross
referenced link information. (You will need to view every page in order
to get the necessary information.) JRI-Poland will be providing a short
"How To" guide for these volunteers to follow.

Howard Fink
Digital Archives Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


JRI Poland #Poland JRI-Poland plans for linking search results to online images #poland

Howard Fink <HowGen@...>
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland has been aware of the recent
availability of digital images by both the Polish State Archives
(PSA) National Digital Archives and the Polish Genealogical Society.
There was reference to this in our recent announcement of the
new agreement between JRI-Poland and the PSA:

* Over the next 4 to 5 years, the PSA will digitize all vital records
(Jewish and non-Jewish) and make them available on the PSA
National Digital Archives (NDA) or Regional Archive website.
There will be no charge for directly accessing actual records of
your ancestors and family.
* JRI-Poland will be provided with the information to enable us to
link our search results to digital images of Jewish records.
Because of the massive indexing undertaken by JRI-Poland since
1995, the indices to Jewish records will form the bulk of all
indexed entries to digital images on the PSA website.
* The linking of search results will require the assistance of
qualified volunteers and paid professionals in Poland to verify
the match up of the millions of JRI-Poland indices to the records
online.
As you can imagine, the plan to add a link to every record in our
database search results will require significant effort; going back
through each of our data files and adding accurate information to
millions of records. In fact we have been working on test projects
already, but because the site and addressing scheme used to host the
images has changed twice so far it would have been premature for us to
make this feature available. Until the stability of the image hosting
settles down it does not make sense for us to update our database. We
believe that the time is now close and are working to add this
information to our system. Obviously we can only do this after each
record collection is available at its final web server location.

One of the associated effects of the work to identify which records
appear on each page is the need to correct errors made by the 19th
century registrars when creating indexes at the end of each year. These
are what appear in many of our current data indices. Correcting these
errors is a larger task than the addition of the URLs to each record.

We do appreciate that researchers would like to see these links
immediately, but there will be a necessary delay due to both the work
required to establish and enter the appropriate links, and the need to
make our data as accurate as we can. When users see the results of our
efforts after making these changes they may be pleasantly surprised to
discover new matches to their search queries!

JRI-Poland will be in need of volunteers to error check our index files
as well as cross reference the records to each online image page.
Researchers already familiar with a town may be the best resource for
resolving problems in the data, but anyone with a good web connection is
a good candidate to to correct the errata and create the cross
referenced link information. (You will need to view every page in order
to get the necessary information.) JRI-Poland will be providing a short
"How To" guide for these volunteers to follow.

Howard Fink
Digital Archives Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Searching for Solomon Loshakov and family #romania

Patricia Klindienst <epk13@...>
 

I am searching for details of the life, exile, and death of Solomon
Loshakov, the photographer who lived with his family in Orgeyev,
Bessarabia and directed the drama group for the town.

The Orgeyev Yizkor book includes the detail that he left Orgeyev for
Paris, and was later exiled to Siberia. I have found what I believe to
be his evacuee card >from the Tashkent Refugee database on
JewishGen's site.

I have a large collection of family photographs made in his photo
studio, dating >from 1899 through 1929 that will be included in an
exhibit I'm planning. I would like to find more information to honor
this man whose work still lives.

If anyone has any information about kin or knows anything more
about him or his photo studio, please contact me.

Thank you.
Patricia Klindienst

Guilford, CT USA

SPIWAK /SPIVAK, BURD, KALIK, MILSTEIN, GOLDENBERG
of Orgeyev, Kishinev or Capresti; Mendoza, Argentina.
SCHAPOSCHNIK / ZAPOSNEK of Orgeyev, Kishinev, Elisavetgrad or
Mendoza, Argentina; and their related names, SHAPIN, SHAPIRO.
BELINKSY, SCHOCHETMAN of Odessa (who became SCHACHT in the US).
VOLMAN, LICHT of Briceva, Capresti.
TSAREVKAN/ CIRIFCAN/ SARAFCONN of Orgeyev, Teleneshti
Argentina, Uruguay, becoming COHEN in the US.


KehilaLinks Project Report for February 2013 #romania

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

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Created by Joan Pollak
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~~~

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~~~

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~~~

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~~~

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~~~

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~~~

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~~~

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~~~

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http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Patskanovo/
~~~

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http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Pavlovo/
~~~

Perechyn (Perecseny, Perecin), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
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Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Pyiterfolvo/
~~~

Pylypets' (Fulopfalva, Filipec), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Pylypets/
~~~

Rakoshyno (Beregrakos, Rakosin), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Rakoshyno/
~~~

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Created by Marshall J. Katz
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Romania SIG #Romania Searching for Solomon Loshakov and family #romania

Patricia Klindienst <epk13@...>
 

I am searching for details of the life, exile, and death of Solomon
Loshakov, the photographer who lived with his family in Orgeyev,
Bessarabia and directed the drama group for the town.

The Orgeyev Yizkor book includes the detail that he left Orgeyev for
Paris, and was later exiled to Siberia. I have found what I believe to
be his evacuee card >from the Tashkent Refugee database on
JewishGen's site.

I have a large collection of family photographs made in his photo
studio, dating >from 1899 through 1929 that will be included in an
exhibit I'm planning. I would like to find more information to honor
this man whose work still lives.

If anyone has any information about kin or knows anything more
about him or his photo studio, please contact me.

Thank you.
Patricia Klindienst

Guilford, CT USA

SPIWAK /SPIVAK, BURD, KALIK, MILSTEIN, GOLDENBERG
of Orgeyev, Kishinev or Capresti; Mendoza, Argentina.
SCHAPOSCHNIK / ZAPOSNEK of Orgeyev, Kishinev, Elisavetgrad or
Mendoza, Argentina; and their related names, SHAPIN, SHAPIRO.
BELINKSY, SCHOCHETMAN of Odessa (who became SCHACHT in the US).
VOLMAN, LICHT of Briceva, Capresti.
TSAREVKAN/ CIRIFCAN/ SARAFCONN of Orgeyev, Teleneshti
Argentina, Uruguay, becoming COHEN in the US.


Romania SIG #Romania KehilaLinks Project Report for February 2013 #romania

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

We are pleased to welcome the following webpages to JewishGen KehilaLinks
We thank the owners and webmasters of these webpages for creating fitting
memorials to these Kehilot (Jewish Communities) and for providing a valuable
resource for future generations of their descendants.

Janovice nad Uhlavou (Janowitz), Czech Republic:
Created by Joan Pollak
Webpage Design by KehilaLinks volunteer Sam Glaser
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/janovice_nad_uhlavou/Janovice.html
~~~

Kal'nyk (Beregsarret, Kalnik), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kalnyk/
~~~

Kam'yans'ke (Beregkovesd, Kivjasd), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kamyanske/

~~~
Keidainiai (Keidan), Lithuania
Created by Eli Rabinowitz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/kedainiai/Home.html
~~~

Khmil'nyk (Komlos, Komlus), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Khmilnyk/
~~~

Klenovets' (Frigyesfalva, Fridesovo), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Klenovets/
~~~

Kolochava (Alsokalocsa, Kolocava), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kolochava/
~~~

Luh (Kislonka), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Luh/
~~~

Malyy Bereznyy (Kisberezna, Mala Berezna), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Malyy_Bereznyy/
~~~

Medvedivtsi (Fagyalos, Medveduvce), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Medvedivtsi/
~~~

Mochola (Macsola, Macsola), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Mochola/
~~~

Mynai (Minaj), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Mynai/
~~~

Nehrovo (Maszarfalva, Negrovo), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Nehrovo/
~~~

Neresnytsya (Nyereshaza, Neresnice), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Neresnytsya/
~~~

Nevetlenfolu (Nevetlenfalu), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Nevetlenfolu/
~~~

Nyzhnya Apsha (Alsoapsa, Nizna Apsa), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Nyzhnya_Apsha/
~~~

Patskan'ovo (Patakos, Packanovo), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Patskanovo/
~~~

Pavlovo (Kispalos, Pavlova), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Pavlovo/
~~~

Perechyn (Perecseny, Perecin), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Perechyn/
~~~

Pyiterfolvo (Tiszapeterfalva, Petrovo), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Pyiterfolvo/
~~~

Pylypets' (Fulopfalva, Filipec), Ukraine (S-C)
Created by Marshall J. Katz
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Pylypets/
~~~

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Sobelman/Soybelman and Morgenstein #romania

Frances Spak <tms97026@...>
 

Hello!
I have been triying to locate any relatives >from the families of
Soybelmann/Sobelman and Morgenstein.
My mother's name was Rose (Ruchel) SOBELMAN or SOYBELMAN. She
wasborn in Bendery, Moldova about 1889 and was one of nine siblings;
I believe one of her brothers was named Label. Her father was a Hebrew
teacher whose name was Schmerel 'Melamed' Soybelman, and I believe
her mother's name was Nechama. Her father attended the first and second
World Zionist Congress in Switzerland.

My father was born about 1885 in Tiraspol, Moldova and his name was
Max (Mottel) MORGENSTEIN. His mother's name was Frieda. My father
arrived in Philadelphia, PA about 1913 and my mother and brother
(Shmuel) Samuel arrived in Philadelphia, PA about 1919.

Due to the large number of my mother's siblings, I was hoping there
might be descendants of her family.

Thank you in advance for responding if you have any information.
Frances (Tzipora) Morgenstein Spak
Portland, OR


Romania SIG #Romania Sobelman/Soybelman and Morgenstein #romania

Frances Spak <tms97026@...>
 

Hello!
I have been triying to locate any relatives >from the families of
Soybelmann/Sobelman and Morgenstein.
My mother's name was Rose (Ruchel) SOBELMAN or SOYBELMAN. She
wasborn in Bendery, Moldova about 1889 and was one of nine siblings;
I believe one of her brothers was named Label. Her father was a Hebrew
teacher whose name was Schmerel 'Melamed' Soybelman, and I believe
her mother's name was Nechama. Her father attended the first and second
World Zionist Congress in Switzerland.

My father was born about 1885 in Tiraspol, Moldova and his name was
Max (Mottel) MORGENSTEIN. His mother's name was Frieda. My father
arrived in Philadelphia, PA about 1913 and my mother and brother
(Shmuel) Samuel arrived in Philadelphia, PA about 1919.

Due to the large number of my mother's siblings, I was hoping there
might be descendants of her family.

Thank you in advance for responding if you have any information.
Frances (Tzipora) Morgenstein Spak
Portland, OR


Fw: Chicago lantsmanschafts and family circles (was Korostyshev) #ukraine

jsullins@...
 

I have a copy of this book. It's a good book as far as it goes. I wouldn't
call it comprehensive but it does touch on a lot of organizations. Mr.
Sorkin was going to update it at one point but as far as I know, it never
happened.

Jackye Sullins
Carlsbad, CA

There is a book called "Bridges to an American City," published in 1993
and written by Sidney Sorkin that I
understand is a comprehensive history of the landsmanschafften in Chicago.
I have not seen the book.

Merrill Weber


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Fw: Chicago lantsmanschafts and family circles (was Korostyshev) #ukraine

jsullins@...
 

I have a copy of this book. It's a good book as far as it goes. I wouldn't
call it comprehensive but it does touch on a lot of organizations. Mr.
Sorkin was going to update it at one point but as far as I know, it never
happened.

Jackye Sullins
Carlsbad, CA

There is a book called "Bridges to an American City," published in 1993
and written by Sidney Sorkin that I
understand is a comprehensive history of the landsmanschafften in Chicago.
I have not seen the book.

Merrill Weber


Museum of the History of Polish Jews Opening on 4/19 #galicia

Tony Hausner
 

http://www.jewishmuseum.org.pl/en/cms/commemoration/

Thanks to Marla Raucher Osborn, I learned that this museum is having
its opening on 4/19. >from what I saw on the site 3 years ago and heard
in a prior talk, this should be a fabulous museum.

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD 20901
(primary email address: thausner@gmail.com)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Museum of the History of Polish Jews Opening on 4/19 #galicia

Tony Hausner
 

http://www.jewishmuseum.org.pl/en/cms/commemoration/

Thanks to Marla Raucher Osborn, I learned that this museum is having
its opening on 4/19. >from what I saw on the site 3 years ago and heard
in a prior talk, this should be a fabulous museum.

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD 20901
(primary email address: thausner@gmail.com)


Shpikov #ukraine

dawidowicz@...
 

Sid Bennett wrote: Today I learned through SIG that there is a village in
Ukraine named Shpikov. I now have to wonder if the village of Shepitivka
that I remember my mother talking about was, in fact, Shpikov.

Shpikov (aka Shpykiv) is a town in the Vinnytska oblast(province), whereas
Shepetivka is an entirely different town, located on the Huska River in the
Khmelnytskyi Oblast of Western Ukraine. Both towns had large and ancient
Jewish communities prior to World War 2

Martin Davis
London (UK)


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Shpikov #ukraine

dawidowicz@...
 

Sid Bennett wrote: Today I learned through SIG that there is a village in
Ukraine named Shpikov. I now have to wonder if the village of Shepitivka
that I remember my mother talking about was, in fact, Shpikov.

Shpikov (aka Shpykiv) is a town in the Vinnytska oblast(province), whereas
Shepetivka is an entirely different town, located on the Huska River in the
Khmelnytskyi Oblast of Western Ukraine. Both towns had large and ancient
Jewish communities prior to World War 2

Martin Davis
London (UK)


Museum of the History of Polish Jews Opening on 4/19 #general

Tony Hausner
 

http://www.jewishmuseum.org.pl/en/cms/commemoration/

Thanks to Marla Raucher Osborn, I learned that this museum is
having its opening on 4/19. >from what I saw on the site 3 years
ago and heard in a prior talk, this should be a fabulous museum.

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD
(primary email address: thausner@gmail.com)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Museum of the History of Polish Jews Opening on 4/19 #general

Tony Hausner
 

http://www.jewishmuseum.org.pl/en/cms/commemoration/

Thanks to Marla Raucher Osborn, I learned that this museum is
having its opening on 4/19. >from what I saw on the site 3 years
ago and heard in a prior talk, this should be a fabulous museum.

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD
(primary email address: thausner@gmail.com)

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