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Jews in Finland #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Harri Saastamoinen" <harri.saastamoinen@pp1.inet.fi> wrote

Shalom to everyone. As I live here in Finland, it is said that here is about
1000 jews today. I just wonder why so many finnish people says that they are
jews or they have jews in family. For example my mothers neighbours family
escaped >from Viipuri, Karelia Finland, to Oulu before WW2 and they were
jews. Anu died last summer, but I heard about her backround two weeks ago.
Also our neighbour here told that she have jewish roots. This is not all I
know, there is much more.

Please, help me to understand, how statistics and my feelings are so
different.

Harri Saastamoinen
I have no answer to his question but this website
http://www.jchelsinki.fi/history.htm gives an account of the history of Jews
in Finland, and >from its .fi it is clearly a Finnish site.

Nick Landau
--
COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland)
WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany) KOHN (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany)
LANDAU/FREDKIN(Gomel, Mogilev, Belarus)


Jews In Finland #general

Stein Lewis
 

I do not know whether or not this is true, but.....I was told that the
origin of the Jews of Finland was the practice of the Russian army to
give land in the area of service to soldiers who served their full
term. Thus Jewish soldiers who served in Finland, and opted to be
mustered out there were given a plot of land.

Lewis Stein
Boynton Beach, FL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jews in Finland #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Harri Saastamoinen" <harri.saastamoinen@pp1.inet.fi> wrote

Shalom to everyone. As I live here in Finland, it is said that here is about
1000 jews today. I just wonder why so many finnish people says that they are
jews or they have jews in family. For example my mothers neighbours family
escaped >from Viipuri, Karelia Finland, to Oulu before WW2 and they were
jews. Anu died last summer, but I heard about her backround two weeks ago.
Also our neighbour here told that she have jewish roots. This is not all I
know, there is much more.

Please, help me to understand, how statistics and my feelings are so
different.

Harri Saastamoinen
I have no answer to his question but this website
http://www.jchelsinki.fi/history.htm gives an account of the history of Jews
in Finland, and >from its .fi it is clearly a Finnish site.

Nick Landau
--
COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland)
WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany) KOHN (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany)
LANDAU/FREDKIN(Gomel, Mogilev, Belarus)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jews In Finland #general

Stein Lewis
 

I do not know whether or not this is true, but.....I was told that the
origin of the Jews of Finland was the practice of the Russian army to
give land in the area of service to soldiers who served their full
term. Thus Jewish soldiers who served in Finland, and opted to be
mustered out there were given a plot of land.

Lewis Stein
Boynton Beach, FL


BOF Groups-Gesher Galicia-Nov. 14th NYC #general

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Gesher Galicia is holding a regional meeting in New York City on:

Sunday, November 14th
10:30AM-12:45PM

at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th St., New York City 10011

http://www.cjh.org

At the conclusion of the meeting, for those who are interested, we will be
breaking into optional Birds-of-a-Feather groups for lunch at neighborhood
restaurants.

For those of you not familiar with the BOF concept, the idea is to have
people researching a specific town or region to gather together for
networking, providing opportunities to compare research breakthroughs,
travel experiences, surnames and family histories, etc.

Gesher Galicia steering committee member, Eden Joachim, is organizing these
BOF groups in advance to facilitate planning. If you are interested in
participating in this post-meeting option, please send your name and town(s)
or regions(s) of interest to her at:

esjoachim@optonline.net

Replying "yes" to her is not an absolute commitment to attend, but will
assist with our planning. For everyone's convenience, we will be lunching
within walking distance of the Center, but there will not be any Kosher meal
options unless a few smaller groups lunch at the cafe located at the CJH. (A
sign-up list of lunch groups will also be available at the meeting.)

*Please note, however:

IF you are researching towns in the Suchostaw Region Reseach Group (SRRG)
and/or the Kolbuszowa Region Research Group (KRRG), Susana Bloch is
organizing a mutual lunch for those two larger groups. If you have not
already RSVPed, please do so directly to her at:

bloch@mts.net

If you are new to Galician research, and are not sure if your town falls in
one of her areas, visit the shtetl sites for more information:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Suchostaw/shtetl_list.htm

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kolbuszowa/

or read at the end of this message for towns included in those geographical
areas.

Specific program information for the Gesher Galicia meeting will be posted
on list shortly.

We look forward to seeing you.

Pamela Weisberger
Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@hotmail.com

The Suchostaw Region Research Group includes all shtetlach within the
following Administrative Districts (AD) and Judicial /Tax Districts
(Sub-Districts) (JD):

Borszczow (JD)
Buczacz (AD)
Czortkow (AD)
Husiatyn (AD)
Skala (JD)
Skalat (AD)
Tarnopol (AD)
Trembowla (AD)
Zaleszczyki (AD)
Zbaraz (JD)

The Kolbuszowa Region Research Group (KRRG) includes all shtetlach within
an approximate 30 miles radius from Kolbuszowa.  Kolbuszowa is located at
latitude 50-15, longitude 21-46

This region was situated in Galicia and part of the Austro- Hungarian
Empire. After WWI it became part of Poland. In 1999 Poland’s 49 Provinces
were reorganized into 16 new ones. Today the region covered by KRRG is
situated in the Podkarpacie Province (Voivodeship). Rzeszow is the capital
of the Province.

Some of the towns included in this region:
Blazowa, Debica, Kanczuga, Lancut, Lezajsk, Majdan, Mielec, Nisko, Pilzno,
Przeworsk, Ropczyce, Radomysl, Wielki, Rzeszow, Rozwadow, Rudnik, Sedziszow,
Sokolow Mlp., Strzyzow, Tarnobrzeg, Tyczyn, Ulanow and Zolynia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BOF Groups-Gesher Galicia-Nov. 14th NYC #general

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Gesher Galicia is holding a regional meeting in New York City on:

Sunday, November 14th
10:30AM-12:45PM

at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th St., New York City 10011

http://www.cjh.org

At the conclusion of the meeting, for those who are interested, we will be
breaking into optional Birds-of-a-Feather groups for lunch at neighborhood
restaurants.

For those of you not familiar with the BOF concept, the idea is to have
people researching a specific town or region to gather together for
networking, providing opportunities to compare research breakthroughs,
travel experiences, surnames and family histories, etc.

Gesher Galicia steering committee member, Eden Joachim, is organizing these
BOF groups in advance to facilitate planning. If you are interested in
participating in this post-meeting option, please send your name and town(s)
or regions(s) of interest to her at:

esjoachim@optonline.net

Replying "yes" to her is not an absolute commitment to attend, but will
assist with our planning. For everyone's convenience, we will be lunching
within walking distance of the Center, but there will not be any Kosher meal
options unless a few smaller groups lunch at the cafe located at the CJH. (A
sign-up list of lunch groups will also be available at the meeting.)

*Please note, however:

IF you are researching towns in the Suchostaw Region Reseach Group (SRRG)
and/or the Kolbuszowa Region Research Group (KRRG), Susana Bloch is
organizing a mutual lunch for those two larger groups. If you have not
already RSVPed, please do so directly to her at:

bloch@mts.net

If you are new to Galician research, and are not sure if your town falls in
one of her areas, visit the shtetl sites for more information:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Suchostaw/shtetl_list.htm

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kolbuszowa/

or read at the end of this message for towns included in those geographical
areas.

Specific program information for the Gesher Galicia meeting will be posted
on list shortly.

We look forward to seeing you.

Pamela Weisberger
Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@hotmail.com

The Suchostaw Region Research Group includes all shtetlach within the
following Administrative Districts (AD) and Judicial /Tax Districts
(Sub-Districts) (JD):

Borszczow (JD)
Buczacz (AD)
Czortkow (AD)
Husiatyn (AD)
Skala (JD)
Skalat (AD)
Tarnopol (AD)
Trembowla (AD)
Zaleszczyki (AD)
Zbaraz (JD)

The Kolbuszowa Region Research Group (KRRG) includes all shtetlach within
an approximate 30 miles radius from Kolbuszowa.  Kolbuszowa is located at
latitude 50-15, longitude 21-46

This region was situated in Galicia and part of the Austro- Hungarian
Empire. After WWI it became part of Poland. In 1999 Poland’s 49 Provinces
were reorganized into 16 new ones. Today the region covered by KRRG is
situated in the Podkarpacie Province (Voivodeship). Rzeszow is the capital
of the Province.

Some of the towns included in this region:
Blazowa, Debica, Kanczuga, Lancut, Lezajsk, Majdan, Mielec, Nisko, Pilzno,
Przeworsk, Ropczyce, Radomysl, Wielki, Rzeszow, Rozwadow, Rudnik, Sedziszow,
Sokolow Mlp., Strzyzow, Tarnobrzeg, Tyczyn, Ulanow and Zolynia


Re: Jews converted during Spanish expulsion #general

David Turetsky <davidturetsky@...>
 

There is some information on this subject at www.kulanu.org

Inquiries directed to their listserv may provide further information. A
number of people on that list are knowledgeable about this subject

--
David

Does anyone have experience or suggestions on how to verify that an ancestor
was a decendent of Jews who were converted during the Spanish expulsion? My
grandfather was Sicilian. His mother was a silk spinner and decended >from a
line of silk spinners. The surnames in his family are unusual and may have
Jewish roots: e.g. Saija / Isaia, Giordano / Jordon, Gazzara / Gazara >from
book of Macabees. Other surnames in his line appear to be names associated
with children for whom the church took responsibility. >from what I
understand, the Spanish expelled the Jews >from Sicily in 1492, but some of
those involved in silk and other important industries were allowed to stay
but converted. It appears that there was a Judiac in the little walled city
that my grandfather's family lived in for centuries.

Ben Costa
benjamin.a.costa@verizon.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Jews converted during Spanish expulsion #general

David Turetsky <davidturetsky@...>
 

There is some information on this subject at www.kulanu.org

Inquiries directed to their listserv may provide further information. A
number of people on that list are knowledgeable about this subject

--
David

Does anyone have experience or suggestions on how to verify that an ancestor
was a decendent of Jews who were converted during the Spanish expulsion? My
grandfather was Sicilian. His mother was a silk spinner and decended >from a
line of silk spinners. The surnames in his family are unusual and may have
Jewish roots: e.g. Saija / Isaia, Giordano / Jordon, Gazzara / Gazara >from
book of Macabees. Other surnames in his line appear to be names associated
with children for whom the church took responsibility. >from what I
understand, the Spanish expelled the Jews >from Sicily in 1492, but some of
those involved in silk and other important industries were allowed to stay
but converted. It appears that there was a Judiac in the little walled city
that my grandfather's family lived in for centuries.

Ben Costa
benjamin.a.costa@verizon.net


miracles do happen (ROTHMAN/ROTMAN) #general

gladys rothman <grothman1011@...>
 

Dear friends, for years I have been searching long lost relatives.
The search payed off last week. I found part of my Rothman/Rotman family.
Thanks to Jewishgen and the Ukraine SIG.

Unfortunately they are in Chile and I am in Canada, but a "new uncle" is
flying to Buenos Aires and will meet there with the rest of the Argentinean
part of the family they never new they had and neither did we. Hope they
will send me pictures.
A very emotional thanks to all of you for your wonderful work. Sincerely,
Gladys Rothman
Toronto
grothman1011@rogers.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen miracles do happen (ROTHMAN/ROTMAN) #general

gladys rothman <grothman1011@...>
 

Dear friends, for years I have been searching long lost relatives.
The search payed off last week. I found part of my Rothman/Rotman family.
Thanks to Jewishgen and the Ukraine SIG.

Unfortunately they are in Chile and I am in Canada, but a "new uncle" is
flying to Buenos Aires and will meet there with the rest of the Argentinean
part of the family they never new they had and neither did we. Hope they
will send me pictures.
A very emotional thanks to all of you for your wonderful work. Sincerely,
Gladys Rothman
Toronto
grothman1011@rogers.com


BOF Groups-Gesher Galicia-Nov. 14th NYC #poland

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Gesher Galicia is holding a regional meeting in New York City on:

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH
10:30AM-12:45PM

at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th St., New York City 10011

http:www.cjh.org

At the conclusion of the meeting, for those who are interested, we will be
breaking into optional Birds-of-a-Feather groups for lunch at neighborhood
restaurants.

For those of you not familiar with the BOF concept, the idea is to have
people researching a specific town or region to gather together for
networking, providing opportunities to compare research breakthroughs,
travel experiences, surnames and family histories, etc.

Gesher Galicia steering committee member, Eden Joachim, is organizing these
BOF groups in advance to facilitate planning. If you are interested in
participating in this post-meeting option, please send your name and town(s)
or regions(s) of interest to her at:

esjoachim@optonline.net

Replying "yes" to her is not an absolute commitment to attend, but will
assist with our planning. For everyone's convenience, we will be lunching
within walking distance of the Center, but there will not be any Kosher meal
options unless a few smaller groups lunch at the cafe located at the CJH. (A
sign-up list of lunch groups will also be available at the meeting.)

*Please note, however:

IF you are researching towns in the Suchostaw Region Reseach Group (SRRG)
and/or the Kolbuszowa Region Research Group (KRRG), Susana Bloch is
organizing a mutual lunch for those two larger groups. If you have not
already RSVPed, please do so directly to her at:

bloch@mts.net

If you are new to Galician research, and are not sure if your town falls in
one of her areas, visit the shtetl sites for more information:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Suchostaw/shtetl_list.htm

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kolbuszowa/

or read at the end of this message for towns included in those geographical
areas.

Specific program information for the Gesher Galicia meeting will be posted
on list shortly.

We look forward to seeing you.

Pamela Weisberger
Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@hotmail.com


The Suchostaw Region Research Group includes all shtetlach within the
following Administrative Districts (AD) and Judicial /Tax Districts
(Sub-Districts) (JD):


Borszczów (JD)
Buczacz (AD)
Czortków (AD)
Husiatyn (AD)
Ska?a (JD)
Ska?at (AD)
Tarnopol (AD)
Trembowla (AD)
Zaleszczyki (AD)
Zbara? (JD)

The Kolbuszowa Region Research Group (KRRG) includes all shtetlach within
an approximate 30 miles radius from Kolbuszowa.  Kolbuszowa is located at
latitude 50°15", longitude 21°46'

This region was situated in Galicia and part of the Austro- Hungarian
Empire. After WWI it became part of Poland. In 1999 Poland’s 49 Provinces
were reorganized into 16 new ones. Today the region covered by KRRG is
situated in the Podkarpacie Province (Voivodeship). Rzeszow is the capital
of the Province.

Some of the towns included in this region:
Blazowa, Debica, Kanczuga, Lancut, Lezajsk, Majdan, Mielec, Nisko, Pilzno,
Przeworsk, Ropczyce, Radomysl, Wielki, Rzeszow, Rozwadow, Rudnik, Sedziszow,
Sokolow Mlp., Strzyzow, Tarnobrzeg, Tyczyn, Ulanow and Zolynia


JRI Poland #Poland BOF Groups-Gesher Galicia-Nov. 14th NYC #poland

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Gesher Galicia is holding a regional meeting in New York City on:

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH
10:30AM-12:45PM

at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th St., New York City 10011

http:www.cjh.org

At the conclusion of the meeting, for those who are interested, we will be
breaking into optional Birds-of-a-Feather groups for lunch at neighborhood
restaurants.

For those of you not familiar with the BOF concept, the idea is to have
people researching a specific town or region to gather together for
networking, providing opportunities to compare research breakthroughs,
travel experiences, surnames and family histories, etc.

Gesher Galicia steering committee member, Eden Joachim, is organizing these
BOF groups in advance to facilitate planning. If you are interested in
participating in this post-meeting option, please send your name and town(s)
or regions(s) of interest to her at:

esjoachim@optonline.net

Replying "yes" to her is not an absolute commitment to attend, but will
assist with our planning. For everyone's convenience, we will be lunching
within walking distance of the Center, but there will not be any Kosher meal
options unless a few smaller groups lunch at the cafe located at the CJH. (A
sign-up list of lunch groups will also be available at the meeting.)

*Please note, however:

IF you are researching towns in the Suchostaw Region Reseach Group (SRRG)
and/or the Kolbuszowa Region Research Group (KRRG), Susana Bloch is
organizing a mutual lunch for those two larger groups. If you have not
already RSVPed, please do so directly to her at:

bloch@mts.net

If you are new to Galician research, and are not sure if your town falls in
one of her areas, visit the shtetl sites for more information:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Suchostaw/shtetl_list.htm

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kolbuszowa/

or read at the end of this message for towns included in those geographical
areas.

Specific program information for the Gesher Galicia meeting will be posted
on list shortly.

We look forward to seeing you.

Pamela Weisberger
Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@hotmail.com


The Suchostaw Region Research Group includes all shtetlach within the
following Administrative Districts (AD) and Judicial /Tax Districts
(Sub-Districts) (JD):


Borszczów (JD)
Buczacz (AD)
Czortków (AD)
Husiatyn (AD)
Ska?a (JD)
Ska?at (AD)
Tarnopol (AD)
Trembowla (AD)
Zaleszczyki (AD)
Zbara? (JD)

The Kolbuszowa Region Research Group (KRRG) includes all shtetlach within
an approximate 30 miles radius from Kolbuszowa.  Kolbuszowa is located at
latitude 50°15", longitude 21°46'

This region was situated in Galicia and part of the Austro- Hungarian
Empire. After WWI it became part of Poland. In 1999 Poland’s 49 Provinces
were reorganized into 16 new ones. Today the region covered by KRRG is
situated in the Podkarpacie Province (Voivodeship). Rzeszow is the capital
of the Province.

Some of the towns included in this region:
Blazowa, Debica, Kanczuga, Lancut, Lezajsk, Majdan, Mielec, Nisko, Pilzno,
Przeworsk, Ropczyce, Radomysl, Wielki, Rzeszow, Rozwadow, Rudnik, Sedziszow,
Sokolow Mlp., Strzyzow, Tarnobrzeg, Tyczyn, Ulanow and Zolynia


Re: jri-pl digest: October 26, 2004 #poland

Jack Hirsh <jhirsh@...>
 

looking for information on my parents

1.mother Eta Kagan,born knyshyn,poland about 1912,her mother possibly a
glatstein,have relatives Glatstein in US but have lost touch

2.father Sam (sholem)hirsh(hirsz),born grabowiecz,about 1902

Jack Hirsh

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Re: LAPY, Poland, info? #poland

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Lisa:

There are many towns in the area near Bialystok where vital
records did not survive. This is the main reason why BIALYGen,
the Bialystok Region Jewish Genealogy Group was formed in 2003.
Please check out the group's Infofile at
http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/BialystokRRG.htm and join the
discussion forum if you have not yet done so. Lapy is one of the
towns covered by this group.

Mark Halpern
BIALYGen Coordinator

----- Original Message -----
I would be very grateful to anyone on this list who has been able
to
obtain anecdotal information about LAPY, a shtetl for which no
documents
have been recovered. My maternal grandmother, Ruchla, was born
there
ca. 1905 and followed her father, Josef (Josel) SZTURMAN, to New
York in
1923 on the Belgenland. The few memories she chose to share with
me
included references to hiding in the bakery until pogroms were
over.
My hope is to learn more about life in this town, which was
accessible
by train >from Warsaw and Bialystok, and was closer to the latter
than
the former.

With best wishes and thanks,
Lisa Dryman Ness


JRI Poland #Poland Re: jri-pl digest: October 26, 2004 #poland

Jack Hirsh <jhirsh@...>
 

looking for information on my parents

1.mother Eta Kagan,born knyshyn,poland about 1912,her mother possibly a
glatstein,have relatives Glatstein in US but have lost touch

2.father Sam (sholem)hirsh(hirsz),born grabowiecz,about 1902

Jack Hirsh

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


JRI Poland #Poland Re: LAPY, Poland, info? #poland

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Lisa:

There are many towns in the area near Bialystok where vital
records did not survive. This is the main reason why BIALYGen,
the Bialystok Region Jewish Genealogy Group was formed in 2003.
Please check out the group's Infofile at
http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/BialystokRRG.htm and join the
discussion forum if you have not yet done so. Lapy is one of the
towns covered by this group.

Mark Halpern
BIALYGen Coordinator

----- Original Message -----
I would be very grateful to anyone on this list who has been able
to
obtain anecdotal information about LAPY, a shtetl for which no
documents
have been recovered. My maternal grandmother, Ruchla, was born
there
ca. 1905 and followed her father, Josef (Josel) SZTURMAN, to New
York in
1923 on the Belgenland. The few memories she chose to share with
me
included references to hiding in the bakery until pogroms were
over.
My hope is to learn more about life in this town, which was
accessible
by train >from Warsaw and Bialystok, and was closer to the latter
than
the former.

With best wishes and thanks,
Lisa Dryman Ness


Re: Bialystok #poland

Mark Halpern
 

The Bialystoker Memorial Book, a Yizkor Book published in NY City
in 1982 in English and Yiddish has a section pertaining to the
1906 Bialystok Pogrom and a list of the victims.

You can find out where to locate a copy of this book in the
JewishGen Yizkor Book database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/database.html.

Mark Halpern
Bialystok Archive Coordinator

----- Original Message -----
From: "Caryl Simon-Katler" <csimon@localnet.com>
To: "JRI-Poland" <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 9:24 AM
Subject: [jri-pl] Bialystok

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I'm wondering if anyone has details on the Bialystok pogrom of
June
1906. I have found a few scant details in the Jewish
Encyclopedia, but
very little more. Can anyone direct me to a good source? I'm
especially interested in detailed personal accounts of the
tragedy, as
well as the facts and figures.

Thanks for your help.

Caryl Simon-Katler
USA


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Bialystok #poland

Mark Halpern
 

The Bialystoker Memorial Book, a Yizkor Book published in NY City
in 1982 in English and Yiddish has a section pertaining to the
1906 Bialystok Pogrom and a list of the victims.

You can find out where to locate a copy of this book in the
JewishGen Yizkor Book database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/database.html.

Mark Halpern
Bialystok Archive Coordinator

----- Original Message -----
From: "Caryl Simon-Katler" <csimon@localnet.com>
To: "JRI-Poland" <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 9:24 AM
Subject: [jri-pl] Bialystok

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I'm wondering if anyone has details on the Bialystok pogrom of
June
1906. I have found a few scant details in the Jewish
Encyclopedia, but
very little more. Can anyone direct me to a good source? I'm
especially interested in detailed personal accounts of the
tragedy, as
well as the facts and figures.

Thanks for your help.

Caryl Simon-Katler
USA


Seek parents of Gustavus HEYN - in Danzig #germany

Allan Hirsh
 

I am tracing a HEYN family. I am looking for the parents of Gustavus HEYN
was born in Danzig in 1803. Since Danzig is now Gdansk in Poland, can any one
tell me who I would contact in Gdansk to get his information about his
parents. I already have information about his decedents

Allan Hirsh, Baltimore, MD, Email allanhirsh@aol.com


German SIG #Germany Seek parents of Gustavus HEYN - in Danzig #germany

Allan Hirsh
 

I am tracing a HEYN family. I am looking for the parents of Gustavus HEYN
was born in Danzig in 1803. Since Danzig is now Gdansk in Poland, can any one
tell me who I would contact in Gdansk to get his information about his
parents. I already have information about his decedents

Allan Hirsh, Baltimore, MD, Email allanhirsh@aol.com