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Re: historical context, please -- Poland just before WWI #general

Alexander Sharon
 

Debbie Long wrote:

I recently received this translation of a comment about a great-uncle:
"[He was] permanently dismissed >from the military unit by the verdict
dated 19^th October 1906 #1735. The verdict of the World Congress of the
regional patrol of the Tribunal of June 9th, 1908 year, No. 7011
sentenced to prison for three months. Accepted into military service in
1908. Enlisted in the militia on 10th November, 1910."

The comment can be found in a Polish census for the town of Jezow near
Lodz.

Could anyone please offer some context for what was happening at this
time in this part of Poland and why my relative would have been sent to
prison? And if he was "permanently dismissed," why did he enlist in the
militia later? Or is this perhaps an example of forced conscription?
What is the World Congress?
I found that story is a bit bizzare and I have requested >from Debbie to
review scanned copy of the original text. I've already replied directly to
Debbie but I thought that this explanation might be helpful to other Genners.

1. World Congress - lost in translation

Russian popular world "Mir" has several meanings, such as "World" or "Piece".
Soviet time slogan "Miru Mir" (Peace to the World) with Picasso drawn
propaganda symbol dove was popular >from 1949.

But back in old Russia 'mir' was also a depiction a rural or a small town
community, thus "World Congress" that appeared in translation was in reality
a small claims appeal court (mirovoy syezd).

2.Sentence issue

Man in the story was released >from the military conscription in 1906, but
following appeal court judgment he was sentenced in 1908 for three months
imprisonment.

Most probably he was released >from the transcription in 1906 by using some
clever schtick (eg permanent sickness simulation) which was a popular thing
amongst many Jewish recruits forced to serve in Tsar's Army.

Following release >from a jail he was forced in 1908 into military service
where he served for a couple a years, and 1910 transferred into the Home
Guard (Army reserves) service.

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: historical context, please -- Poland just before WWI #general

Alexander Sharon
 

Debbie Long wrote:

I recently received this translation of a comment about a great-uncle:
"[He was] permanently dismissed >from the military unit by the verdict
dated 19^th October 1906 #1735. The verdict of the World Congress of the
regional patrol of the Tribunal of June 9th, 1908 year, No. 7011
sentenced to prison for three months. Accepted into military service in
1908. Enlisted in the militia on 10th November, 1910."

The comment can be found in a Polish census for the town of Jezow near
Lodz.

Could anyone please offer some context for what was happening at this
time in this part of Poland and why my relative would have been sent to
prison? And if he was "permanently dismissed," why did he enlist in the
militia later? Or is this perhaps an example of forced conscription?
What is the World Congress?
I found that story is a bit bizzare and I have requested >from Debbie to
review scanned copy of the original text. I've already replied directly to
Debbie but I thought that this explanation might be helpful to other Genners.

1. World Congress - lost in translation

Russian popular world "Mir" has several meanings, such as "World" or "Piece".
Soviet time slogan "Miru Mir" (Peace to the World) with Picasso drawn
propaganda symbol dove was popular >from 1949.

But back in old Russia 'mir' was also a depiction a rural or a small town
community, thus "World Congress" that appeared in translation was in reality
a small claims appeal court (mirovoy syezd).

2.Sentence issue

Man in the story was released >from the military conscription in 1906, but
following appeal court judgment he was sentenced in 1908 for three months
imprisonment.

Most probably he was released >from the transcription in 1906 by using some
clever schtick (eg permanent sickness simulation) which was a popular thing
amongst many Jewish recruits forced to serve in Tsar's Army.

Following release >from a jail he was forced in 1908 into military service
where he served for a couple a years, and 1910 transferred into the Home
Guard (Army reserves) service.

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


(Canada) Ancestry Canada is Offering Free Access to all Quebec Records in Celebration of Canadian Thanksgiving #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Thanksgiving is celebrated in Canada the second Monday of October. This year
it's on 10 October. As its tied to a weekend many Canadians celebrate for
the three days. Ancestry Canada is celebrating Canadian Thanksgiving by
offering four days of free access to all their Quebec records, including
their newly released Quebec Notarial Collection which includes notarized
documents such as death or marriage records. This collection contains
notarial records for Quebec >from the years 1637 to 1935, which you can
search by name, date and record type, and by notary and notarial act number
if needed. The offer ends 10 October 2016 at 11:59 PM EST.

Notarial records are private agreements or contracts written by official
notaries. The records included in this collection are:
Marriage contracts
Wills
Deeds
Inventories
Agreements and settlements
Transfers of property or money
Donations
Legal documents
Notarial Repertories
Notarial Indexes

Registration is required. You must provide your name, email address and
password. No credit card information is required.

Go to: http://www.ancestry.ca/cs/thanksgiving Place a given and surname
you are researching and click 'search free.' The results page has the list
of records found for your search with a green 'view' button and Free access
written below the word view. If you wish to save the record to your
computer, right click on your mouse and select 'save image as' and save it
where you want on your computer.

If you chose the option on screen left that says to 'sign up to save this
record,' you will be directed to provide your credit card for a free 14 day
trial which you must then advise Ancestry Canada at the end of the trial (or
before) that you do not wish to be charged and cancelling the subscription.
There is a similar option on the screen right that says start free trial.
Neither of these two options are the Canadian Thanksgiving Free Access. Be
alert to which you want and what you click on.

The collections included the Canadian Thanksgiving offer are located at:
http://search.ancestry.ca/search/group/french_canada Note: When I tried
some in this collection they were outside of the Quebec records and I was
directed to subscribe. Therefore, if you try to search other than the
offered free access collections, you will be directed to subscribe for a
paid Ancestry membership.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry and am posting this solely for the
information of the reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Canada) Ancestry Canada is Offering Free Access to all Quebec Records in Celebration of Canadian Thanksgiving #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Thanksgiving is celebrated in Canada the second Monday of October. This year
it's on 10 October. As its tied to a weekend many Canadians celebrate for
the three days. Ancestry Canada is celebrating Canadian Thanksgiving by
offering four days of free access to all their Quebec records, including
their newly released Quebec Notarial Collection which includes notarized
documents such as death or marriage records. This collection contains
notarial records for Quebec >from the years 1637 to 1935, which you can
search by name, date and record type, and by notary and notarial act number
if needed. The offer ends 10 October 2016 at 11:59 PM EST.

Notarial records are private agreements or contracts written by official
notaries. The records included in this collection are:
Marriage contracts
Wills
Deeds
Inventories
Agreements and settlements
Transfers of property or money
Donations
Legal documents
Notarial Repertories
Notarial Indexes

Registration is required. You must provide your name, email address and
password. No credit card information is required.

Go to: http://www.ancestry.ca/cs/thanksgiving Place a given and surname
you are researching and click 'search free.' The results page has the list
of records found for your search with a green 'view' button and Free access
written below the word view. If you wish to save the record to your
computer, right click on your mouse and select 'save image as' and save it
where you want on your computer.

If you chose the option on screen left that says to 'sign up to save this
record,' you will be directed to provide your credit card for a free 14 day
trial which you must then advise Ancestry Canada at the end of the trial (or
before) that you do not wish to be charged and cancelling the subscription.
There is a similar option on the screen right that says start free trial.
Neither of these two options are the Canadian Thanksgiving Free Access. Be
alert to which you want and what you click on.

The collections included the Canadian Thanksgiving offer are located at:
http://search.ancestry.ca/search/group/french_canada Note: When I tried
some in this collection they were outside of the Quebec records and I was
directed to subscribe. Therefore, if you try to search other than the
offered free access collections, you will be directed to subscribe for a
paid Ancestry membership.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry and am posting this solely for the
information of the reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Intern and Resident Records, Brooklyn #general

Isabel Cymerman
 

Dear All,
So far I've had no success in locating my father's high school transcript
from Warsaw, circa 1927-1928. These records would have been required when
he applied to U. of Montpellier, France, (1928-1931) and then U. of Geneva,
Switzerland, Medical School (1932-1935).

Dr. Henry Cymerman (1910-1981) did his internship and residency in Brooklyn,
NY at Beth-El Hospital (1936) and at the Jewish Sanitarium and Hospital for
Chronic Diseases (1939). Neither institution exists today.

Does anyone know where these records might be accessed today?

Thank you!

Isabel Cymerman
Southbury, CT

Searching: CUKIERMAN, GRYNBERG, GRYNFARB, LUBELCZYK, ZABAWNY - Siedlce
DRONZNIK, NEMENCHINSKI, SAPOZHNIK, SOLECZNIK/SOLC, TABACZNIK - Vilna
CYMERMAN, KHELEMSKI, LANSKI, WYSZINSKI, ZYSKIND - Przedborz


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Intern and Resident Records, Brooklyn #general

Isabel Cymerman
 

Dear All,
So far I've had no success in locating my father's high school transcript
from Warsaw, circa 1927-1928. These records would have been required when
he applied to U. of Montpellier, France, (1928-1931) and then U. of Geneva,
Switzerland, Medical School (1932-1935).

Dr. Henry Cymerman (1910-1981) did his internship and residency in Brooklyn,
NY at Beth-El Hospital (1936) and at the Jewish Sanitarium and Hospital for
Chronic Diseases (1939). Neither institution exists today.

Does anyone know where these records might be accessed today?

Thank you!

Isabel Cymerman
Southbury, CT

Searching: CUKIERMAN, GRYNBERG, GRYNFARB, LUBELCZYK, ZABAWNY - Siedlce
DRONZNIK, NEMENCHINSKI, SAPOZHNIK, SOLECZNIK/SOLC, TABACZNIK - Vilna
CYMERMAN, KHELEMSKI, LANSKI, WYSZINSKI, ZYSKIND - Przedborz


(US-NYC) New York Public Library Digitizes City Directories 1786 through 1922/3 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The New York Public Library announced this week that they are digitizing its
collection of New York City Directories 1786-1922/23. Using City Directories
is a wonderful genealogical tool as it gives us perspective of where our
ancestors were at a specific time and place. Prior to telephone directories,
city directories were the way to locate people. The information in the
directories include: name, address, profession and sometimes marital status
(listing a woman as a widow). As the city directories lists addresses, they
are helpful when searching for people in the census. Unlike telephone
directories, one did not require a telephone to be listed. The city
directories began in the United States after the Revolutionary War. In some
instances they provide history of the area and era. One had to subscribe
(pay) to be included. The directories were available to those who were not
included, again for a fee.

The first of the city directories to be digitized are 1849/50 through 1923,
the next being scanned are 1786-1848/9. The entire collection will be
completely online in the coming months.

You may access them free >from the New York Public Library Digital
Collections portal at: http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/. Type New York
City Directories into the search bar.

To read more about the New York Public Library digitization of city
directories see:
https://www.nypl.org/blog/2016/09/21/new-york-city-directories-free-online

The New York Public Library encompasses, Manhattan, Bronx and Staten Island.
The boroughs of Queens and Kings (Brooklyn) each have their own library
systems. In 2015 the IAJGS Records Access Alert posted the Brooklyn Public
Library digitizing city directories.

Thank you to Teven Laxer, member, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring
Committee for informing us about this new free online genealogical research
tool.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (US-NYC) New York Public Library Digitizes City Directories 1786 through 1922/3 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The New York Public Library announced this week that they are digitizing its
collection of New York City Directories 1786-1922/23. Using City Directories
is a wonderful genealogical tool as it gives us perspective of where our
ancestors were at a specific time and place. Prior to telephone directories,
city directories were the way to locate people. The information in the
directories include: name, address, profession and sometimes marital status
(listing a woman as a widow). As the city directories lists addresses, they
are helpful when searching for people in the census. Unlike telephone
directories, one did not require a telephone to be listed. The city
directories began in the United States after the Revolutionary War. In some
instances they provide history of the area and era. One had to subscribe
(pay) to be included. The directories were available to those who were not
included, again for a fee.

The first of the city directories to be digitized are 1849/50 through 1923,
the next being scanned are 1786-1848/9. The entire collection will be
completely online in the coming months.

You may access them free >from the New York Public Library Digital
Collections portal at: http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/. Type New York
City Directories into the search bar.

To read more about the New York Public Library digitization of city
directories see:
https://www.nypl.org/blog/2016/09/21/new-york-city-directories-free-online

The New York Public Library encompasses, Manhattan, Bronx and Staten Island.
The boroughs of Queens and Kings (Brooklyn) each have their own library
systems. In 2015 the IAJGS Records Access Alert posted the Brooklyn Public
Library digitizing city directories.

Thank you to Teven Laxer, member, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring
Committee for informing us about this new free online genealogical research
tool.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Questions like translations #galicia

Shelley Mitchell
 

While I know I have been guilty of what I'm asking, I would love to see
some of the list of people you are looking for even if you are just
asking a question about translation. You never know who will pick up
on a name you're investigating. Just a suggestion.

Shelley Mitchell
NYC

Looking for WOLFSON, MICHALOVSKY, KONIGSBERG, TERNER,
MOLDAUER, TOPF, MOGY, GOLDSCHEIN and ZIEGLER.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Questions like translations #galicia

Shelley Mitchell
 

While I know I have been guilty of what I'm asking, I would love to see
some of the list of people you are looking for even if you are just
asking a question about translation. You never know who will pick up
on a name you're investigating. Just a suggestion.

Shelley Mitchell
NYC

Looking for WOLFSON, MICHALOVSKY, KONIGSBERG, TERNER,
MOLDAUER, TOPF, MOGY, GOLDSCHEIN and ZIEGLER.


OLIVEN in Porto Alegre, Brazil #general

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Klaus OLIVEN, born in Berlin,
January 20, 1918 and died in Porto Alegre on September 14, 2010.

His children were -
Judith, Ruben Oliven, Daniel Oliven, Michael Oliven, Miriam and Gabriel Oliven.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies, please.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen OLIVEN in Porto Alegre, Brazil #general

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Klaus OLIVEN, born in Berlin,
January 20, 1918 and died in Porto Alegre on September 14, 2010.

His children were -
Judith, Ruben Oliven, Daniel Oliven, Michael Oliven, Miriam and Gabriel Oliven.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies, please.


Oakland, Sunday, October 9, 2016: Vivian and Sandy's Excellent Adventure: Family Research Travel in Hungary and Romania #hungary

janicemsj@...
 

San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society

Topic: Vivian and Sandy's Excellent Adventure: Family Research Travel
in Hungary and Romania
Speaker: Vivian Kahn

Sunday, October 9, 2016
Oakland FamilySearch Library
4766 Lincoln Avenue
Oakland, CA 94602

Doors open 12:30 p.m.; program begins 1:00 p.m.

Vivian Kahn will talk about the trip that she made to Hungary and
Romania in 2015 with Sandy Malek, coordinator of the H-SIG Maramaros
Records project, to participate in a gathering of descendants of
families >from Sziget, Maramaros. Her presentation will cover their
experiences doing on-the-ground research and meeting members of their
extended families >from eastern Hungary and the formerly Hungarian
counties of Szatmar and Maramaros in Romania. Vivian will share tips
for locating and learning about the places where your families lived
in Hungary and Transylvania and provide an overview of resources
available for research in Maramaros >from JewishGen=E2=80=99s Hungary databa=
se
and other resources.

Meetings are free and everyone interested is welcome to attend. Light
kosher refreshments will be served. For more information, please
visit http://www.sfbajgs.org/.

Janice M. Sellers, Vice President and Programming
San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society


Hungary SIG #Hungary Oakland, Sunday, October 9, 2016: Vivian and Sandy's Excellent Adventure: Family Research Travel in Hungary and Romania #hungary

janicemsj@...
 

San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society

Topic: Vivian and Sandy's Excellent Adventure: Family Research Travel
in Hungary and Romania
Speaker: Vivian Kahn

Sunday, October 9, 2016
Oakland FamilySearch Library
4766 Lincoln Avenue
Oakland, CA 94602

Doors open 12:30 p.m.; program begins 1:00 p.m.

Vivian Kahn will talk about the trip that she made to Hungary and
Romania in 2015 with Sandy Malek, coordinator of the H-SIG Maramaros
Records project, to participate in a gathering of descendants of
families >from Sziget, Maramaros. Her presentation will cover their
experiences doing on-the-ground research and meeting members of their
extended families >from eastern Hungary and the formerly Hungarian
counties of Szatmar and Maramaros in Romania. Vivian will share tips
for locating and learning about the places where your families lived
in Hungary and Transylvania and provide an overview of resources
available for research in Maramaros >from JewishGen=E2=80=99s Hungary databa=
se
and other resources.

Meetings are free and everyone interested is welcome to attend. Light
kosher refreshments will be served. For more information, please
visit http://www.sfbajgs.org/.

Janice M. Sellers, Vice President and Programming
San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society


Phoenix Jewish Genealogy Group meeting, Sunday, 9 October 2016 #general

Emily Garber
 

The next meeting of the Phoenix [Arizona] Jewish Genealogy Group will
be held on Sunday, 9 October 2016 >from 1:00 - 3:00 P.M. at the Valley
of the Sun Jewish Community Center, Room 102, 12701 N. Scottsdale
Road, Scottsdale, AZ.

Our speaker will be Dr. Janette Silverman who will speak on "Ukraine
SIG - What it is and is not."

Ukraine SIG is one of the JewishGen Special Interest Groups. Janette
will walk us through the UkraineSIG website and discuss the most
recent acquisitions by Ukraine SIG, and what the next information is
that will be added to the JewishGen Ukraine databases.

Dr. Janette Silverman has been involved in Jewish genealogical
research for nearly 35 years. In August 2015 Janette joined
AncestryProGenealogists as a Senior Genealogist Research Manager in
Salt Lake City.

She is a moderator for the JewishGen Discussion Group, Coordinator of
JewishGen's Ukraine SIG, was the Lead Co-Chair of the International
Association of Jewish Genealogy Societies (IAJGS) 2016 conference in
Seattle, Washington and is a member of the IAJGS membership committee.
Janette previously served as president of the Phoenix Jewish Genealogy
Society and teaches classes on Jewish Genealogy Research.

A mentoring session will be held after Dr. Silverman's presentation.

For further information, see our webpage at https://www.azjhs.org/Genealogy.html

Emily Garber
Chair
Phoenix Jewish Genealogy Group


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Phoenix Jewish Genealogy Group meeting, Sunday, 9 October 2016 #general

Emily Garber
 

The next meeting of the Phoenix [Arizona] Jewish Genealogy Group will
be held on Sunday, 9 October 2016 >from 1:00 - 3:00 P.M. at the Valley
of the Sun Jewish Community Center, Room 102, 12701 N. Scottsdale
Road, Scottsdale, AZ.

Our speaker will be Dr. Janette Silverman who will speak on "Ukraine
SIG - What it is and is not."

Ukraine SIG is one of the JewishGen Special Interest Groups. Janette
will walk us through the UkraineSIG website and discuss the most
recent acquisitions by Ukraine SIG, and what the next information is
that will be added to the JewishGen Ukraine databases.

Dr. Janette Silverman has been involved in Jewish genealogical
research for nearly 35 years. In August 2015 Janette joined
AncestryProGenealogists as a Senior Genealogist Research Manager in
Salt Lake City.

She is a moderator for the JewishGen Discussion Group, Coordinator of
JewishGen's Ukraine SIG, was the Lead Co-Chair of the International
Association of Jewish Genealogy Societies (IAJGS) 2016 conference in
Seattle, Washington and is a member of the IAJGS membership committee.
Janette previously served as president of the Phoenix Jewish Genealogy
Society and teaches classes on Jewish Genealogy Research.

A mentoring session will be held after Dr. Silverman's presentation.

For further information, see our webpage at https://www.azjhs.org/Genealogy.html

Emily Garber
Chair
Phoenix Jewish Genealogy Group


The New York City Marriage Index 1950-1995 is now online, free! #general

Asparagirl <asparagirl@...>
 

Reclaim The Records proudly presents...

The NYC Marriage Index, 1950-1995
http://www.nycmarriageindex.com/

This brand new website is the result of our successful Freedom of
Information request and lawsuit against the New York City Clerk's
Office. You can search all the data, for free! Our search engine even
recognizes soundalike surnames, spelling variants, wildcards (with no
minimum number of letters needed), common nicknames, year ranges,
borough preferences, and more. Or you can download all the raw data
files in XLS, CSV, or SQL format, and do whatever you want with them
-- also free!

For more information about this database, and to learn how we finally
were able to force New York City to give up this data to the public,
check out our latest e-mail newsletter:

http://us11.campaign-archive1.com/?u=5f700fdc65a51d3813e67dab2&id=1d3d028591&e=8bd0102c13
[ TinyURL version: https://tinyurl.com/zdcbofu ]

We also won our attorneys fees. :-)

Enjoy, and Happy New Year!

- Brooke Schreier Ganz
Founder, Reclaim The Records
https://www.reclaimtherecords.org/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The New York City Marriage Index 1950-1995 is now online, free! #general

Asparagirl <asparagirl@...>
 

Reclaim The Records proudly presents...

The NYC Marriage Index, 1950-1995
http://www.nycmarriageindex.com/

This brand new website is the result of our successful Freedom of
Information request and lawsuit against the New York City Clerk's
Office. You can search all the data, for free! Our search engine even
recognizes soundalike surnames, spelling variants, wildcards (with no
minimum number of letters needed), common nicknames, year ranges,
borough preferences, and more. Or you can download all the raw data
files in XLS, CSV, or SQL format, and do whatever you want with them
-- also free!

For more information about this database, and to learn how we finally
were able to force New York City to give up this data to the public,
check out our latest e-mail newsletter:

http://us11.campaign-archive1.com/?u=5f700fdc65a51d3813e67dab2&id=1d3d028591&e=8bd0102c13
[ TinyURL version: https://tinyurl.com/zdcbofu ]

We also won our attorneys fees. :-)

Enjoy, and Happy New Year!

- Brooke Schreier Ganz
Founder, Reclaim The Records
https://www.reclaimtherecords.org/


Bychawa (Lublin) Projects are Moving Ahead! #poland

RobinnM@...
 

Dear fellow researchers!

If you have an interest in Bychawa, an interesting little town in the
Lublin region whose pre-war Jewish population was something like 80% of the
town... I have good news for you! Please contact me as we have new data of
interest including but not limited to full extractions of the Cyrillic years.

This is one of my ancestral towns, and so I've collected data back into
the 1790's which is unusual, but there was a surviving Kahal register >from
that time period in the Lublin branch of the Polish State Archives.

Can't go into detail here, but if you are interested in Bychawa, and
willing to participate in my current research adventure, please contact me
privately at: RobinnM@aol.com. Hope to hear >from old and new friends, and to
all... Shanah Tovah!

Robinn Magid
Berkeley, California
Lublin Archives Project Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
RobinnM@aol.com


JRI Poland #Poland Bychawa (Lublin) Projects are Moving Ahead! #poland

RobinnM@...
 

Dear fellow researchers!

If you have an interest in Bychawa, an interesting little town in the
Lublin region whose pre-war Jewish population was something like 80% of the
town... I have good news for you! Please contact me as we have new data of
interest including but not limited to full extractions of the Cyrillic years.

This is one of my ancestral towns, and so I've collected data back into
the 1790's which is unusual, but there was a surviving Kahal register >from
that time period in the Lublin branch of the Polish State Archives.

Can't go into detail here, but if you are interested in Bychawa, and
willing to participate in my current research adventure, please contact me
privately at: RobinnM@aol.com. Hope to hear >from old and new friends, and to
all... Shanah Tovah!

Robinn Magid
Berkeley, California
Lublin Archives Project Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
RobinnM@aol.com

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