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Sally WOLFF from Mlewo near Danzig #gdansk #germany #poland #danzig

Martin.Conitzer@t-online.de <Martin.Conitzer@...>
 

I am helping Mr. Winkelmann with information about victims of the
Holocaust in Halle/Saale, Eastern Germany.

Sally WOLFF was born April 18, 1872 in Mlewo near Danzig; he married
Paula, nee LEWIN, who was born Jan 3 (or 5), 1873 in Konnern (o-Umlaut).
Sally WOLFF worked as textile merchant and was deported Sept.19, 1942 to
Theresienstadt.

If you have any information about living relatives or ancestors we would
appreciate it. Thank you.

Martin Conitzer, Wachtberg near Bonn, Germany


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Sally WOLFF from Mlewo near Danzig #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Martin.Conitzer@t-online.de <Martin.Conitzer@...>
 

I am helping Mr. Winkelmann with information about victims of the
Holocaust in Halle/Saale, Eastern Germany.

Sally WOLFF was born April 18, 1872 in Mlewo near Danzig; he married
Paula, nee LEWIN, who was born Jan 3 (or 5), 1873 in Konnern (o-Umlaut).
Sally WOLFF worked as textile merchant and was deported Sept.19, 1942 to
Theresienstadt.

If you have any information about living relatives or ancestors we would
appreciate it. Thank you.

Martin Conitzer, Wachtberg near Bonn, Germany


Re: Rusow #galicia

Alexander Sharon
 

Kenneth Berger wrote

I'm trying to locate the town where my EISENKRAFT ancestors came
from. It is Rusow (or Rusov) and is near Chernovitz. Has anyone
heard of this town and do you know how I might obtain birth and
death records? (Also researching WEINER and MEHLER [MILLER]-
Horodenka.)
Kenneth,

Rusow, pronouned [rooh soof], was (still is?) a small village in
Sniatyn district, Stanislawow Province. Currently the town is known
as Rusov at 5050 2408 (refer to the ShtetlSeeker to pinpoint
location), located 13 km NW >from the known Jewish community Snyatyn
(ex Polish: Sniatyn) in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (ex Stanislawow
Province).

http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/LocTown.asp

Very general Rusow's description can be seen in 1929 Poland Business
Directory, direct link:
http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?1518

Rusow's Jewish population was only 22 souls out of 1330 general
population.

As the town is located only 13 km >from Sniatyn and all the
facilities such as post office (Sniatyn Zalucze), telegraph and
telephone were also located in Sniatyn, you should conduct your
research in Sniatyn, where Jewish ccommunity of the region was
centralized, and all the vital records were originated.

When viewing Sniatyn listings in the Directory you will notice three
entries for EISENKRAFT businessmen in this town.

http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?1538

Rozne towary (General Store): J. EISENKRAFT
Wyszynk trunkow (Tavern), J. EISENKRAFT
Zboze (Wheat): F, ESISENKRAFT

Conducting search for EISENKRAFT through JewishGen's All Poland
database (I have narrowed the search to the exact surname spelling
and Galicia only)

http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/

you will see that Chaim EISENCRAFT >from Russow, Galicia, Austria
was issued an emergency US passport, and in addition there are 73
listings for EISENKRAFT (exact spelling) in Stanislawow Province.
You will notice that the majority of EISENKRAFT surnames are located
in Kolomyja, and few in Horodenka and Zablotow; this appear to be
another branch of your family with many members originated >from
villages in Kolomyja region (mostly Matyjowce, Chocimierz and
Slobodka Lesna) but I see under Zablotow that Mindel's (born in
1892) mother Marjem Rifke Eisenkraft was >from Tulukow/Rusow
(Tulukow was another forgotten Jewish village in Sniatyn district).

I am not certain why Sniatyn records have not make listing in All
Poland database, since records are available. Only one logical
explanation is that during the existence of JRI-P AGAD Project
records were not availble for indexing since they were not
transfered to AGAD archives as being mixed up with new records,
e.g. less than 100 years old which are kept in USC Archives.

I have checked Polish Archives database and it appears that Sniatyn
Jewish records, which also include Rusow, are indeed available

Marriages: Years 1862-1914, 1920-1940, 1942
Births: 1863-1915, 1918-1940
Marriage Banns: 1920-1939
Deaths: 1917-1928

To search and obtain certificates, please contact:

Urzad Stanu Cywilnego m. st. Warszawy.
Wydzial Archiwum
02-678 Warszawa, ul. Smyczkowa 14
tel: (22) 847-48-21
fax: 847-88-36
email: usc@warszawa.um.goc.pl
www.um.warszawa.pl

Please make reference to Sniatyn, woj Stanislawow
Filing System: 583/0 Akta metrykalne wyznania mojzeszowego

Good luck with your search

Regards,

Alexander Sharon
JGFF editor


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Rusow #galicia

Alexander Sharon
 

Kenneth Berger wrote

I'm trying to locate the town where my EISENKRAFT ancestors came
from. It is Rusow (or Rusov) and is near Chernovitz. Has anyone
heard of this town and do you know how I might obtain birth and
death records? (Also researching WEINER and MEHLER [MILLER]-
Horodenka.)
Kenneth,

Rusow, pronouned [rooh soof], was (still is?) a small village in
Sniatyn district, Stanislawow Province. Currently the town is known
as Rusov at 5050 2408 (refer to the ShtetlSeeker to pinpoint
location), located 13 km NW >from the known Jewish community Snyatyn
(ex Polish: Sniatyn) in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (ex Stanislawow
Province).

http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/LocTown.asp

Very general Rusow's description can be seen in 1929 Poland Business
Directory, direct link:
http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?1518

Rusow's Jewish population was only 22 souls out of 1330 general
population.

As the town is located only 13 km >from Sniatyn and all the
facilities such as post office (Sniatyn Zalucze), telegraph and
telephone were also located in Sniatyn, you should conduct your
research in Sniatyn, where Jewish ccommunity of the region was
centralized, and all the vital records were originated.

When viewing Sniatyn listings in the Directory you will notice three
entries for EISENKRAFT businessmen in this town.

http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?1538

Rozne towary (General Store): J. EISENKRAFT
Wyszynk trunkow (Tavern), J. EISENKRAFT
Zboze (Wheat): F, ESISENKRAFT

Conducting search for EISENKRAFT through JewishGen's All Poland
database (I have narrowed the search to the exact surname spelling
and Galicia only)

http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/

you will see that Chaim EISENCRAFT >from Russow, Galicia, Austria
was issued an emergency US passport, and in addition there are 73
listings for EISENKRAFT (exact spelling) in Stanislawow Province.
You will notice that the majority of EISENKRAFT surnames are located
in Kolomyja, and few in Horodenka and Zablotow; this appear to be
another branch of your family with many members originated >from
villages in Kolomyja region (mostly Matyjowce, Chocimierz and
Slobodka Lesna) but I see under Zablotow that Mindel's (born in
1892) mother Marjem Rifke Eisenkraft was >from Tulukow/Rusow
(Tulukow was another forgotten Jewish village in Sniatyn district).

I am not certain why Sniatyn records have not make listing in All
Poland database, since records are available. Only one logical
explanation is that during the existence of JRI-P AGAD Project
records were not availble for indexing since they were not
transfered to AGAD archives as being mixed up with new records,
e.g. less than 100 years old which are kept in USC Archives.

I have checked Polish Archives database and it appears that Sniatyn
Jewish records, which also include Rusow, are indeed available

Marriages: Years 1862-1914, 1920-1940, 1942
Births: 1863-1915, 1918-1940
Marriage Banns: 1920-1939
Deaths: 1917-1928

To search and obtain certificates, please contact:

Urzad Stanu Cywilnego m. st. Warszawy.
Wydzial Archiwum
02-678 Warszawa, ul. Smyczkowa 14
tel: (22) 847-48-21
fax: 847-88-36
email: usc@warszawa.um.goc.pl
www.um.warszawa.pl

Please make reference to Sniatyn, woj Stanislawow
Filing System: 583/0 Akta metrykalne wyznania mojzeszowego

Good luck with your search

Regards,

Alexander Sharon
JGFF editor


Re: Acronymic Names and Who's a Sephardic Jew #general

malkajef <malkajef@...>
 

It is always a pleasure to read Michael's comments. I did indeed mean the
Yerushalmi nusach that was brought to Ashkenaz by the KALONYMOS family. I am not a
rabbi and though the Babylonian Talmud did in time become the one universally
accepted as the more authoritative, it was my understanding that at the time of the
Kalonymos family, it was the Jerusalem Talmud that was primary in Ashkenaz. As I
said, I am no rabbi and could be wrong on that point and if so I apologize.

Of course both Sephardic and Ashkenazi traditions developed over time and many
authors were influential in that development, I mentioned CARO and ISSERLES because
that was the time in history that marked a significant break. Although what
Isserles disagreed with Caro about were relatively minor points, that is when the
differences were "formalized" to use a term that is probably too strong. (I believe
I used the term "concretized" in my original comments, which is also probably not
the best choice). It is the time which many Sephardic historians repeatedly point
to.

In any case, I was just mentioning the religious component as just one - among many
possible ways used to define Sephardim. Since this is a genealogy list, it might be
best to leave it to the rabbis to argue these finer points - and as we all know
they could argue them for a very long time! For genealogists, what is the most
important is where the records are to be found.

As to shtetlach, although the word does indeed arise >from the German word stadt
and its variants (Yiddish is after all derived >from German), I do not think
non-Jewish Germans referred to their own villages as a shtetl. It seems to be a
term used specifically for Jewish villages, hence my saying it was a Yiddish word
and one that in my readings I found commonly used for Jewish villages in Eastern
Europe and the Pale rather than in western Europe but would again defer to
Ashkenazi experts if they feel otherwise.

Again, my point was to show the many existing definitions of Sephardim, rather than
to get too far into the Ashkenazi side of the discussion of which I am certainly
not an expert.

I very much appreciate Michael Bernet's knowledgeable comments.

Jeff Malka

----- Original Message -----
From: <MBernet@aol.com>

==Perhaps Dr. Malka is confusing the Yerushalmi heritage with custom and Nussach.
The Yerushalmi traditions in this area were introduced into the Rhineland area by
the Kalonymos family of rabbis who were established in Italy and were invited by
the Carolignian emperors in the 9th century to leave their home in Lucca, Italy,
to lead Ashkenasi Jews in Mayence (Magentsa/Mainz).

==They brought with them the Yerushalmi pronunciation of Hebrew, the order of
prayers, and certain customs and details that became part of Ashkenasi practice.
Spanish Jews invited teachers >from Bavel (Mesopotamia) who brought


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Acronymic Names and Who's a Sephardic Jew #general

malkajef <malkajef@...>
 

It is always a pleasure to read Michael's comments. I did indeed mean the
Yerushalmi nusach that was brought to Ashkenaz by the KALONYMOS family. I am not a
rabbi and though the Babylonian Talmud did in time become the one universally
accepted as the more authoritative, it was my understanding that at the time of the
Kalonymos family, it was the Jerusalem Talmud that was primary in Ashkenaz. As I
said, I am no rabbi and could be wrong on that point and if so I apologize.

Of course both Sephardic and Ashkenazi traditions developed over time and many
authors were influential in that development, I mentioned CARO and ISSERLES because
that was the time in history that marked a significant break. Although what
Isserles disagreed with Caro about were relatively minor points, that is when the
differences were "formalized" to use a term that is probably too strong. (I believe
I used the term "concretized" in my original comments, which is also probably not
the best choice). It is the time which many Sephardic historians repeatedly point
to.

In any case, I was just mentioning the religious component as just one - among many
possible ways used to define Sephardim. Since this is a genealogy list, it might be
best to leave it to the rabbis to argue these finer points - and as we all know
they could argue them for a very long time! For genealogists, what is the most
important is where the records are to be found.

As to shtetlach, although the word does indeed arise >from the German word stadt
and its variants (Yiddish is after all derived >from German), I do not think
non-Jewish Germans referred to their own villages as a shtetl. It seems to be a
term used specifically for Jewish villages, hence my saying it was a Yiddish word
and one that in my readings I found commonly used for Jewish villages in Eastern
Europe and the Pale rather than in western Europe but would again defer to
Ashkenazi experts if they feel otherwise.

Again, my point was to show the many existing definitions of Sephardim, rather than
to get too far into the Ashkenazi side of the discussion of which I am certainly
not an expert.

I very much appreciate Michael Bernet's knowledgeable comments.

Jeff Malka

----- Original Message -----
From: <MBernet@aol.com>

==Perhaps Dr. Malka is confusing the Yerushalmi heritage with custom and Nussach.
The Yerushalmi traditions in this area were introduced into the Rhineland area by
the Kalonymos family of rabbis who were established in Italy and were invited by
the Carolignian emperors in the 9th century to leave their home in Lucca, Italy,
to lead Ashkenasi Jews in Mayence (Magentsa/Mainz).

==They brought with them the Yerushalmi pronunciation of Hebrew, the order of
prayers, and certain customs and details that became part of Ashkenasi practice.
Spanish Jews invited teachers >from Bavel (Mesopotamia) who brought


Grave photos in Akron Ohio #general

Shelly Crane
 

Hello,

Is there someone in the Akron, Ohio area willing to take grave photos at Rose Hill
Burial Park and Sand Hill (also known as Hillside) cemeteries?

If so, please reply privately.

Thank you!

Shelly Levin
USA
crzprncess@aol.com

Names I am researching:
Gabin, Poland BOL; Lomza Gubernia of Poland: DANOWSKI, FAJNTUCH, FAJNSTEIN,
FROMSON, GABELMAN, GUROWSKI, GROSSMAN, IDZKOWSKI, LANGANS, LANGUS, LIPOWICZ,
MILEWICZ, MILEWSKI PRESZMAN, WYTRIOL; Miedzyrzec Podlaski, Poland FLASZTERSZTEIN;
Warsaw, Poland: AJZENSZTEIN; Gorodkovka, Myastkovka and Tomoshpol Ukraine:
AJZENSZTEIN, COHEN, GARBER, PODOLSKI Various shetls near Kiev, Ukraine: BERKA,
BERMAN, BLAZ, KVACHINSKIJ, KWAIT, LEFELMAN, LIPOVETSKY, SHIFFMAN,




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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Grave photos in Akron Ohio #general

Shelly Crane
 

Hello,

Is there someone in the Akron, Ohio area willing to take grave photos at Rose Hill
Burial Park and Sand Hill (also known as Hillside) cemeteries?

If so, please reply privately.

Thank you!

Shelly Levin
USA
crzprncess@aol.com

Names I am researching:
Gabin, Poland BOL; Lomza Gubernia of Poland: DANOWSKI, FAJNTUCH, FAJNSTEIN,
FROMSON, GABELMAN, GUROWSKI, GROSSMAN, IDZKOWSKI, LANGANS, LANGUS, LIPOWICZ,
MILEWICZ, MILEWSKI PRESZMAN, WYTRIOL; Miedzyrzec Podlaski, Poland FLASZTERSZTEIN;
Warsaw, Poland: AJZENSZTEIN; Gorodkovka, Myastkovka and Tomoshpol Ukraine:
AJZENSZTEIN, COHEN, GARBER, PODOLSKI Various shetls near Kiev, Ukraine: BERKA,
BERMAN, BLAZ, KVACHINSKIJ, KWAIT, LEFELMAN, LIPOVETSKY, SHIFFMAN,




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Re: Brussels newspaper archive look-up -- Big Mystery #france

bbaum
 

Hello, again. I should have added below that this person was
identified in the newspaper article as someone by the name of "Ross,"
not Reinhold. "Ross" was his alias name while working for British
intelligence and the Haganah during the kidnapping incident in Brussels
in 1947.
Thanks again.

Eva Berlin

Sent earlier:

I would greatly appreciate it if someone in Belgium (Brussels) can
track down a newspaper article about a Jewish Brigade veteran by the
name of Reinhold who was kidnapped off the streets of Brussels around
May 14 (or 17), 1947. Yes, 1947!
A newspaper reporter spotted the kidnapping and quickly got the police
to give chase. The kidnappers were caught, put on trial and sent to
jail. Reinhold, who was injured and sent to the hospital, suddenly
disappeared >from Brussels a short time later with the help of British
Secret Service. Big mystery.

The kidnapping incident was written up in a one or more newspapers in
Brussels near the dates mentioned above. I hope someone has access to
an electronic archive of newspaper articles that can search for this
1947 story. Thank you very much.

Eva Berlin
Princeton, New Jersey


French SIG #France Re: Brussels newspaper archive look-up -- Big Mystery #france

bbaum
 

Hello, again. I should have added below that this person was
identified in the newspaper article as someone by the name of "Ross,"
not Reinhold. "Ross" was his alias name while working for British
intelligence and the Haganah during the kidnapping incident in Brussels
in 1947.
Thanks again.

Eva Berlin

Sent earlier:

I would greatly appreciate it if someone in Belgium (Brussels) can
track down a newspaper article about a Jewish Brigade veteran by the
name of Reinhold who was kidnapped off the streets of Brussels around
May 14 (or 17), 1947. Yes, 1947!
A newspaper reporter spotted the kidnapping and quickly got the police
to give chase. The kidnappers were caught, put on trial and sent to
jail. Reinhold, who was injured and sent to the hospital, suddenly
disappeared >from Brussels a short time later with the help of British
Secret Service. Big mystery.

The kidnapping incident was written up in a one or more newspapers in
Brussels near the dates mentioned above. I hope someone has access to
an electronic archive of newspaper articles that can search for this
1947 story. Thank you very much.

Eva Berlin
Princeton, New Jersey


Descendants of SCHWERIN - Pharmacist in Teheran #germany

SiebenSachen - Daniel Simon
 

Hi Genners,
I am searching for descendants of SCHWERIN. The only thing I know about him
is that he was German and owned and run a pharmacy in Teheran
during the reign of Reza Schah Pahlavi. He is an uncle or great uncle of my
mother Susana SIMON (née PAUL) and I remember she was very proud saying
people rememberd him when she visited Teheran in the early 60s. So please
contact me privately if you have some information about him.

Daniel Simon Ludwigsburg Germany info@siebensachen.org

Reseaching SIMON >from Mainz/Mannheim, PAUL >from Berlin, KIRSCH >from Berlin


German SIG #Germany Descendants of SCHWERIN - Pharmacist in Teheran #germany

SiebenSachen - Daniel Simon
 

Hi Genners,
I am searching for descendants of SCHWERIN. The only thing I know about him
is that he was German and owned and run a pharmacy in Teheran
during the reign of Reza Schah Pahlavi. He is an uncle or great uncle of my
mother Susana SIMON (née PAUL) and I remember she was very proud saying
people rememberd him when she visited Teheran in the early 60s. So please
contact me privately if you have some information about him.

Daniel Simon Ludwigsburg Germany info@siebensachen.org

Reseaching SIMON >from Mainz/Mannheim, PAUL >from Berlin, KIRSCH >from Berlin


author Willi BUSCHHOFF writings published in Germany? #germany

Hanna Grossman <hannakg@...>
 

Willi BUSCHHOFF was an uncle of a relative whose papers have come
into my hands. He was born about 1890 , probably in Worms, Hesse,
was last heard of in 1938 in Berlin. He was an actor and apparently
writer. In 1938 he sent his niece(in th US) a number of short
stories, suggesting that she get them translated and published.

I would like to know how to find out whether writings by Willi BUSCHHOFF
had been published in Germany . Suggestions for sources?

Hanna Grossman, Cornwall CT <hannakg@optonline.net>


German SIG #Germany author Willi BUSCHHOFF writings published in Germany? #germany

Hanna Grossman <hannakg@...>
 

Willi BUSCHHOFF was an uncle of a relative whose papers have come
into my hands. He was born about 1890 , probably in Worms, Hesse,
was last heard of in 1938 in Berlin. He was an actor and apparently
writer. In 1938 he sent his niece(in th US) a number of short
stories, suggesting that she get them translated and published.

I would like to know how to find out whether writings by Willi BUSCHHOFF
had been published in Germany . Suggestions for sources?

Hanna Grossman, Cornwall CT <hannakg@optonline.net>


Re: INTRO - Seek BEHLE from Lissa / Leszno, Posen #germany

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

Shalom, Benny!

On 08 Aug 2007 "Benyamin Behle <behle1@netvision.net.il> wrote:
1. the name BEHLE sources ?
According to Lars Menk's magnificent book, "A Dictionary of German
Jewish Surnames", BEHLER comes >from the female given name Behla. I
would assume your name probably comes >from the same source.

2. how this name came to my family ?
Probably a surname taken >from a female ancestor.

3. is it possible to find out, if there are more Jewish
families,named BEHLE ?.
You should register your name[s] in the JGFF so that other people can
find you should they be looking for like names. I couldn't get in
there to check for you.

Martha Lev-Zion Israel Genealogical Society - Negev <martha@bgu.ac.il>


German SIG #Germany Re: INTRO - Seek BEHLE from Lissa / Leszno, Posen #germany

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

Shalom, Benny!

On 08 Aug 2007 "Benyamin Behle <behle1@netvision.net.il> wrote:
1. the name BEHLE sources ?
According to Lars Menk's magnificent book, "A Dictionary of German
Jewish Surnames", BEHLER comes >from the female given name Behla. I
would assume your name probably comes >from the same source.

2. how this name came to my family ?
Probably a surname taken >from a female ancestor.

3. is it possible to find out, if there are more Jewish
families,named BEHLE ?.
You should register your name[s] in the JGFF so that other people can
find you should they be looking for like names. I couldn't get in
there to check for you.

Martha Lev-Zion Israel Genealogical Society - Negev <martha@bgu.ac.il>


Re: The family name BEHLE #germany

Ury Link
 

Dear genners, Benyamin Behle asked:
"1. the name BEHLE sources ? 2. how this name came to my family ?"

My answer is:
You have 2 explanations, the first explanation is that this name derives from
the feminim Yiddish name Bella. Bella is a very common name in the Jewish
name culture and for this name are 2 sources, one >from the Latin meaning
Beautiful, or >from the Biblical name Bilha.

The second option is that this name is a Toponim (a place name). I look
into the Internet and find this site:

http://www.netzekreis.de/ortschaften/behle/behle.html

This place was in district Czarnikau ,Posen. Perhaps >from this place we
have the family name Behle.

In the book : Duden, Familiennamen, Dudenverlag Mannheim 2000 on page 114
I read that the name BEHLE derives >from the place names Beel in
Niedersachsen, Beelen in Westfalia, Behl in Holstein, Behla in
Baden-Wurtemberg, Behle in Brandenburg, Bela in Bohemia.

Mt opinion is that the best solution is the place name Behle in Posen.

To the question how the name came in the family I cannot give a answer.
You must to do a lot of research to find it.

Best regards Ury Link Amsterdam Holland <uryl@xs4all.nl>


German SIG #Germany Re: The family name BEHLE #germany

Ury Link
 

Dear genners, Benyamin Behle asked:
"1. the name BEHLE sources ? 2. how this name came to my family ?"

My answer is:
You have 2 explanations, the first explanation is that this name derives from
the feminim Yiddish name Bella. Bella is a very common name in the Jewish
name culture and for this name are 2 sources, one >from the Latin meaning
Beautiful, or >from the Biblical name Bilha.

The second option is that this name is a Toponim (a place name). I look
into the Internet and find this site:

http://www.netzekreis.de/ortschaften/behle/behle.html

This place was in district Czarnikau ,Posen. Perhaps >from this place we
have the family name Behle.

In the book : Duden, Familiennamen, Dudenverlag Mannheim 2000 on page 114
I read that the name BEHLE derives >from the place names Beel in
Niedersachsen, Beelen in Westfalia, Behl in Holstein, Behla in
Baden-Wurtemberg, Behle in Brandenburg, Bela in Bohemia.

Mt opinion is that the best solution is the place name Behle in Posen.

To the question how the name came in the family I cannot give a answer.
You must to do a lot of research to find it.

Best regards Ury Link Amsterdam Holland <uryl@xs4all.nl>


Rusow #galicia

Kenneth Berger <Kbergernyc@...>
 

I'm trying to locate the town where my EISENKRAFT ancestors came
from. It is Rusow (or Rusov) and is near Chernovitz. Has anyone
heard of this town and do you know how I might obtain birth and
death records? (Also researching WEINER and MEHLER [MILLER]-
Horodenka.)

Thank you.

Kenneth Berger
New York, NY


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Rusow #galicia

Kenneth Berger <Kbergernyc@...>
 

I'm trying to locate the town where my EISENKRAFT ancestors came
from. It is Rusow (or Rusov) and is near Chernovitz. Has anyone
heard of this town and do you know how I might obtain birth and
death records? (Also researching WEINER and MEHLER [MILLER]-
Horodenka.)

Thank you.

Kenneth Berger
New York, NY