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JewishGen proclaims November 2, 2000 as Carol Skydell Day #general

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

Official Carol W. Skydell Day on JewishGen
in honor of her 75th birthday

November 2, 2000

There are special moments and special people that an organization can
recognize, and today is one of those very special occasions. Can you imagine
the world of JewishGen without Carol Skydell?

This feisty red-head first presented herself to JewishGen at the Washington
Summer Seminar in 1995. She had been known to many of us through her
informative posts on JewishGen during the previous six months.

It was here that Carol made her first big mistake in her 5 year "career"
with JewishGen. A mistake that now carries forward to anyone who complains.
<grin>

They say you can't teach an old dog a new trick... well those prophets were
wrong! We have proven over many years that no matter what your age, and no
matter what your disability and no matter how technically challenged you
are... JewishGen can find a way to get you to volunteer... and then some...
Carol is our proof! <grin>

from the Support Desk to Moderator, >from Moderator to Board Member and
Public Relations, >from Public Relations to VP of Operations... Carol has
surely been on a fast track.. all the while demonstrating to us how fast she
can still type.

Mother of three sons, two daughter-in-laws, one grandson and four or so
grand dogs, Carol continues to monitor all her duties while making cross
country treks between her east and west coast homes twice a year. All of her
files are zipped, her paperwork stuffed in baskets in her car... and her car
put on a transport... it is JewishGen flexibility and mobility at the
utmost.

JewishGen has gained immeasurably >from Carol's exuberance, her willingness
to tackle any job ... no matter what time of the day or night it presents
itself, her undying spirit for what JewishGen stands for, and her
unsurpassing loyalty and dedication to the missions and goals of this
organization.

Please join with us today to honor Carol! There is no better way to say
thank you on this special day than to give back to JewishGen by making a
gift in her honor to JewishGen through our Honors/Thanks JewishGen-erosity
site.

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/honors.html

Please join us in celebrating this occassion with Carol. This
will be the most special gift of all. What a better way to honor an
individual who has given generously of her time through dedicated, selfless
work for the greater good of Jewish genealogy?

Your contribution to JewishGen will continue to fund our operational budget
which supports all of JewishGen's activities, projects and SIGs, each and
every month.

Happy Birthday, Carol!

Susan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JewishGen proclaims November 2, 2000 as Carol Skydell Day #general

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

Official Carol W. Skydell Day on JewishGen
in honor of her 75th birthday

November 2, 2000

There are special moments and special people that an organization can
recognize, and today is one of those very special occasions. Can you imagine
the world of JewishGen without Carol Skydell?

This feisty red-head first presented herself to JewishGen at the Washington
Summer Seminar in 1995. She had been known to many of us through her
informative posts on JewishGen during the previous six months.

It was here that Carol made her first big mistake in her 5 year "career"
with JewishGen. A mistake that now carries forward to anyone who complains.
<grin>

They say you can't teach an old dog a new trick... well those prophets were
wrong! We have proven over many years that no matter what your age, and no
matter what your disability and no matter how technically challenged you
are... JewishGen can find a way to get you to volunteer... and then some...
Carol is our proof! <grin>

from the Support Desk to Moderator, >from Moderator to Board Member and
Public Relations, >from Public Relations to VP of Operations... Carol has
surely been on a fast track.. all the while demonstrating to us how fast she
can still type.

Mother of three sons, two daughter-in-laws, one grandson and four or so
grand dogs, Carol continues to monitor all her duties while making cross
country treks between her east and west coast homes twice a year. All of her
files are zipped, her paperwork stuffed in baskets in her car... and her car
put on a transport... it is JewishGen flexibility and mobility at the
utmost.

JewishGen has gained immeasurably >from Carol's exuberance, her willingness
to tackle any job ... no matter what time of the day or night it presents
itself, her undying spirit for what JewishGen stands for, and her
unsurpassing loyalty and dedication to the missions and goals of this
organization.

Please join with us today to honor Carol! There is no better way to say
thank you on this special day than to give back to JewishGen by making a
gift in her honor to JewishGen through our Honors/Thanks JewishGen-erosity
site.

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/honors.html

Please join us in celebrating this occassion with Carol. This
will be the most special gift of all. What a better way to honor an
individual who has given generously of her time through dedicated, selfless
work for the greater good of Jewish genealogy?

Your contribution to JewishGen will continue to fund our operational budget
which supports all of JewishGen's activities, projects and SIGs, each and
every month.

Happy Birthday, Carol!

Susan


Grodno & YIVO #belarus

JSelig3460@...
 

Because of the many requests for Grodno relatives in NYC, I intend to
research the Landsmanshaften records at YIVO when I can set aside the time.
If this has already been done please inform me and the Grodno correspondents
in general.
Jerry Seligsohn
NYC
researching SELIGSOHN and ELKIN of MOGILEV


Belarus SIG #Belarus Grodno & YIVO #belarus

JSelig3460@...
 

Because of the many requests for Grodno relatives in NYC, I intend to
research the Landsmanshaften records at YIVO when I can set aside the time.
If this has already been done please inform me and the Grodno correspondents
in general.
Jerry Seligsohn
NYC
researching SELIGSOHN and ELKIN of MOGILEV


* List of deportation transports from Kosice #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Please have a look at:
http://www.kosice.sk/history/zidovsky/vlaksmrti.htm
It contains the full listing of all trains which left >from Kosice to
concentration camps. A valueble resource placed on-line by my friend
Pavol Knurovsky.

take care
Tom
--
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Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Hungary SIG #Hungary * List of deportation transports from Kosice #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Please have a look at:
http://www.kosice.sk/history/zidovsky/vlaksmrti.htm
It contains the full listing of all trains which left >from Kosice to
concentration camps. A valueble resource placed on-line by my friend
Pavol Knurovsky.

take care
Tom
--
-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Re: Krosniewice/Kutno, Gostynin Records #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

In a message dated 10/31/2000 10:34:17 AM EST, (Sara K. Scolnick)
sara@sksandassociates.com writes:

I have been successful in using the JRI - Poland indices for
identifying members of my ancestral family >from Plock. In fact,
I have successfully been able to trace my paternal grandmother's
maternal family as far back as 1800.

However, my paternal grandfather's family KIRSZTAJN, came from
Krosniewice and my paternal grandmother's paternal family KUTNOWSKI,
came >from Gostynin. Can you assist me in directing me to any records
>from these towns and how I may obtain them? If none are currently
available to JRI - Poland, are there any plans to initiate a project for
Krosniewice/Kutno and/or Gostynin?
Sara Kirstein Scolnick
sara@sksandassociates.com
Sara:

There are no Mormon microfilms for Krosniewice or Gostynin.
Therefore, it is impossible to start a Shtetl CO-OP for these towns.

However, there are five films for Kutno and there is an active Shtetl
CO-OP for this town under the direction of Dick Goldman who is
also the leader of the Kutno Special Interest Group. You can reach
Dick and perhaps offer to help with the indexing by writing him at
kutnogroup@aol.com

Re Gostynin:

According to Miriam Weiner's "Jewish Roots in Poland," only some
20th century records survived. Unfortunately, records less than
100 years old are not available to JRI-Poland for indexing.

Re Krosniewice:

There are no records for this town in the Polish State Archives and
Weiner does not list any as well. Since this town is just 14 km (8
miles) west of Kutno, the Kutno Group are likely to be your best
source of help.

Stanley Diamond
Project Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Krosniewice/Kutno, Gostynin Records #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

In a message dated 10/31/2000 10:34:17 AM EST, (Sara K. Scolnick)
sara@sksandassociates.com writes:

I have been successful in using the JRI - Poland indices for
identifying members of my ancestral family >from Plock. In fact,
I have successfully been able to trace my paternal grandmother's
maternal family as far back as 1800.

However, my paternal grandfather's family KIRSZTAJN, came from
Krosniewice and my paternal grandmother's paternal family KUTNOWSKI,
came >from Gostynin. Can you assist me in directing me to any records
>from these towns and how I may obtain them? If none are currently
available to JRI - Poland, are there any plans to initiate a project for
Krosniewice/Kutno and/or Gostynin?
Sara Kirstein Scolnick
sara@sksandassociates.com
Sara:

There are no Mormon microfilms for Krosniewice or Gostynin.
Therefore, it is impossible to start a Shtetl CO-OP for these towns.

However, there are five films for Kutno and there is an active Shtetl
CO-OP for this town under the direction of Dick Goldman who is
also the leader of the Kutno Special Interest Group. You can reach
Dick and perhaps offer to help with the indexing by writing him at
kutnogroup@aol.com

Re Gostynin:

According to Miriam Weiner's "Jewish Roots in Poland," only some
20th century records survived. Unfortunately, records less than
100 years old are not available to JRI-Poland for indexing.

Re Krosniewice:

There are no records for this town in the Polish State Archives and
Weiner does not list any as well. Since this town is just 14 km (8
miles) west of Kutno, the Kutno Group are likely to be your best
source of help.

Stanley Diamond
Project Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Re: searching Perman & Goldenberg from Kherson #ukraine

ebf2001@...
 

11/1/00

Jeff,

Coincidentally I'm also looking for PERLMANS >from the Kamenets-Podolskiy,
Ukraine area. My great aunt, Raizel LISNITZER, was married I believe to a
PERLMAN, whose first name I couldn't decipher >from a long ago postcard. I'm
assuming they came >from K-P because that's where she was born. They
perished in the Holocaust, and I'm trying to learn about their final
outcome. Do you know of any PERLMANS who fit this description. I have a
photograph dating back to the 1930's which I can share with you. Thanks.

Evan Fishman
ebf2001@home.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Knisbacher" <jknisbac@softhome.net>
To: "Ukraine SIG" <ukraine@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2000 3:23 PM
Subject: [ukraine] Re: searching Perman & Goldenberg >from Kherson
Hi Yoav,
I wonder if your GOLDENBERGs could be connected to the famous actor
Edward (Emanuel) G. (GOLDENBERG) Robinson. Also, we have PERLMANs >from the
Kamenetz area who might be connected to your PERMANs.

Jeff Knisbacher,
Baltimore, MD area


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: searching Perman & Goldenberg from Kherson #ukraine

ebf2001@...
 

11/1/00

Jeff,

Coincidentally I'm also looking for PERLMANS >from the Kamenets-Podolskiy,
Ukraine area. My great aunt, Raizel LISNITZER, was married I believe to a
PERLMAN, whose first name I couldn't decipher >from a long ago postcard. I'm
assuming they came >from K-P because that's where she was born. They
perished in the Holocaust, and I'm trying to learn about their final
outcome. Do you know of any PERLMANS who fit this description. I have a
photograph dating back to the 1930's which I can share with you. Thanks.

Evan Fishman
ebf2001@home.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Knisbacher" <jknisbac@softhome.net>
To: "Ukraine SIG" <ukraine@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2000 3:23 PM
Subject: [ukraine] Re: searching Perman & Goldenberg >from Kherson
Hi Yoav,
I wonder if your GOLDENBERGs could be connected to the famous actor
Edward (Emanuel) G. (GOLDENBERG) Robinson. Also, we have PERLMANs >from the
Kamenetz area who might be connected to your PERMANs.

Jeff Knisbacher,
Baltimore, MD area


Re: Schwartztimma = Belaya Tserkov #ukraine

Brandler Institute of Chasidic Thought <bict@...>
 

Alan is %100 right! Shvartztumah (meaning black impurity) is the Yiddish
name for Belaya Tserkov - which probably has some very Christian religious
meaning. In Hebrew it was called "Sdei Lavon" as in "White Field", a more
positive but perhaps sarcastic translation of the Yiddish.
It was the home to great Chasidic masters and is often mentioned in Classic
Chasidic works.

Abraham J. Heschel


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Schwartztimma = Belaya Tserkov #ukraine

Brandler Institute of Chasidic Thought <bict@...>
 

Alan is %100 right! Shvartztumah (meaning black impurity) is the Yiddish
name for Belaya Tserkov - which probably has some very Christian religious
meaning. In Hebrew it was called "Sdei Lavon" as in "White Field", a more
positive but perhaps sarcastic translation of the Yiddish.
It was the home to great Chasidic masters and is often mentioned in Classic
Chasidic works.

Abraham J. Heschel


Jagolinzer Preserve #ukraine

Jeff Knisbacher <jknisbac@...>
 

HI all,

By way of introduction, JAGOLINZER is an Americanization of the
YAGOLNITZER surname, originally >from the Kamenetz Podolsk area of SW
Ukraine and surrounding areas of what are now Romania and Moldova. Several
YAGOLNITZERs were among the original group of Jewish settlers in Argentina,
who arrived on the ship Weser, way back in 1889. Living descendants (mostly
in the U.S. and Israel) that we have traced so far number in the hundreds,
with the Jagolinzer branch very prominent in Providence, RI and, as is
apparent >from this message below, in other parts of New England, as well.
The last family reunion, held in Providence in 1984 resulted in a gathering
of several hundred people and the publication of the "Grand Jagolinzer"
souvenir book. Another reunion is now planned for September of 2002. What a
wonderful prelude this is to that celebration!

The Francis Small* Heritage Trust proudly announces the dedication of
the "Jagolinzer Preserve" in Limington, Maine on Sunday, November 5, 2000
at 2 p.m. In December 1999, Philip Jagolinzer of Scarborough, Maine,
donated a conservation easement to 21 acres of land, bordered on one side
by the Pease Brook ( a trout and salmon spawning tributary) and the Saco
River on another. The Trust will be responsible for protecting the
heavily wooded property >from development and misuse. Just off Route 25,
on the Limington/Cornish town line, it will forever be available to the
public for recreation (fishing, cross-country skiing, canoeing, hunting,
etc.), education and scientific purposes. The property will be referred
to as the Jagolinzer Preserve of the Francis Small Heritage Trust.

* Francis Small was one of the first settlers of this region in Maine.

Jeff Knisbacher, Owings Mills, MD


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Jagolinzer Preserve #ukraine

Jeff Knisbacher <jknisbac@...>
 

HI all,

By way of introduction, JAGOLINZER is an Americanization of the
YAGOLNITZER surname, originally >from the Kamenetz Podolsk area of SW
Ukraine and surrounding areas of what are now Romania and Moldova. Several
YAGOLNITZERs were among the original group of Jewish settlers in Argentina,
who arrived on the ship Weser, way back in 1889. Living descendants (mostly
in the U.S. and Israel) that we have traced so far number in the hundreds,
with the Jagolinzer branch very prominent in Providence, RI and, as is
apparent >from this message below, in other parts of New England, as well.
The last family reunion, held in Providence in 1984 resulted in a gathering
of several hundred people and the publication of the "Grand Jagolinzer"
souvenir book. Another reunion is now planned for September of 2002. What a
wonderful prelude this is to that celebration!

The Francis Small* Heritage Trust proudly announces the dedication of
the "Jagolinzer Preserve" in Limington, Maine on Sunday, November 5, 2000
at 2 p.m. In December 1999, Philip Jagolinzer of Scarborough, Maine,
donated a conservation easement to 21 acres of land, bordered on one side
by the Pease Brook ( a trout and salmon spawning tributary) and the Saco
River on another. The Trust will be responsible for protecting the
heavily wooded property >from development and misuse. Just off Route 25,
on the Limington/Cornish town line, it will forever be available to the
public for recreation (fishing, cross-country skiing, canoeing, hunting,
etc.), education and scientific purposes. The property will be referred
to as the Jagolinzer Preserve of the Francis Small Heritage Trust.

* Francis Small was one of the first settlers of this region in Maine.

Jeff Knisbacher, Owings Mills, MD


Location of shtetl #ukraine

Miccind@...
 

Hi listers-
I have just acquired copies of my maternal grandfather, Morris HALPERIN's,
naturalization papers.
Both the Declaration of Intention, dated 1918, and the Petition for
Naturalization, dated 1920, state that he was born in Getomer, Russia.
In addition the 1910 and 1920 Census records say he was born in Kiev, Russia.
Therefore I assume Getomer was in the Kiev-Gubernia, somewhere.
Seeking it in Jewishgen Shtetl Seeker provided me with no results.
Can anyone familiar with this area help me locate this town?
Any help will be appreciated.

Mickey Freedman
Tucson, AZ
miccind@aol.com

Moderators Note:
We have the same documents! Fortunately my cousin was still living
at the time I got those papers and he verified that the town was
Zhitomer.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Location of shtetl #ukraine

Miccind@...
 

Hi listers-
I have just acquired copies of my maternal grandfather, Morris HALPERIN's,
naturalization papers.
Both the Declaration of Intention, dated 1918, and the Petition for
Naturalization, dated 1920, state that he was born in Getomer, Russia.
In addition the 1910 and 1920 Census records say he was born in Kiev, Russia.
Therefore I assume Getomer was in the Kiev-Gubernia, somewhere.
Seeking it in Jewishgen Shtetl Seeker provided me with no results.
Can anyone familiar with this area help me locate this town?
Any help will be appreciated.

Mickey Freedman
Tucson, AZ
miccind@aol.com

Moderators Note:
We have the same documents! Fortunately my cousin was still living
at the time I got those papers and he verified that the town was
Zhitomer.


Czestochowa Ghetto surnames #general

Hafcjf@...
 

After receiving so many favorable comments about the list of NY surnames
from Abraham Cahan's articles, I thought I'd pass upon some additional
surnames.

Recently I checked out the book Yad Vashem Studies on the European Jewish
Catastrophe, Volume VI, edited by Nathan Eck and Aryeh Leon Kubovy,
published in Jerusalem, in 1967. The text is in English.

One of the chapters is "Daily Record Sheet of the Jewish Police (District
I) in the Czestochowa Ghetto 1941-1942," by William Glicksman. It includes
the following surnames. They include the names of police, people filing
complaints for offences against property, quarrels between Jews, accidents
and miscellaneous incidents, arrests for peddling, arrests for failure to
pay taxes, reports of destruction of Jewish property, stealing >from Jews,
swindling of Jews and attacks on Jews. Warning: you could find out
something unflattering about one of your ancestors.

If you're researching one of these surnames, you may want to check your
library for the book or request it through inter-library loan.

Cathy J. Flamholtz
Brent, AL
hafcjf@aol.com

Hava Alexandrowitz
Altman
Moshek Aptman, age 20
Aronowicz, section officer
H. Auerback, in charge of District 2
Banker, policeman
Fishel Baran
Raphael Bast
Jacob Berman
Bida
Jacob Birnbaum, policeman
Yechiel Bocian
Abraham Bolwik
Zygmunt Borkowski
Alter Borowiecki
Borzykowski
Shlomo Bratman, policeman
Jacob Breitstein
Aysik Czarny
Nahum Dabski
Hannah Dankowicz
Lea Dobrzynski
Chaim Dzialoszynski
Friedl Eigenberg
Joseph Chaim Epstein
Leib Essig, son of Gershon and Lieba
Abraham Feige
Chaim Fishel
Haya Fishel
Raizl Fiszbaum
Shalom Freilich
Naftali Friedman
Friedrich, policeman
Freidl Friedrich, restaurant owner
Mordecai Friszer
David Frumer, policeman
Mordecai Fuchs
Rachel Galster
Benjamin and Chaya Gasierowicz
Cecylia Garfinkel
Julian Geisler
Henia Gelbard
Joseph Gliksman
Moshek Gliksman, policeman
David Goldman
Sarah Goldshmid
Chaim Golfkop
Hillel Goteiner
Gershon Green
Shlomo Grinbaum
Rivka Grinstein
Herschel Grundman
Dr. Gutman
Chaya Hamerman
Szprince Hauptman, of Mstow
Mendel Hershkowicz
Michael Hertz
Sarah Horowicz
Jacobowitz
Perl Jakobowicz
Abraham Kaminski
Haya Kaneman and son Jurek
Bejgele Kaplan
Kasriel
Kaufman, police officer
Moritz Kaufman
Kesselmann
Groynem and Yenta Kiper
Leah Kon (Cohen?)
Yeshaya Kora, born 1873, expelled >from Kalisz, committed suicide; wife Hinda,
son Mordecai and daughter Sarah

Sara Kornberg
Hersh Kozlowski
Kreiman, policeman
Shlomo Lachman
Manle Laks
Yeshayahu Landau
Melech Langner
Israel Lauterstein, age 60
Hindola Levendar
Dr. Levin
Dora Lewek
Osher Lifshitz
Israel Lis
Lublinski
Kalman Lwinta
Yehuda Majorczyk
Ber Maliniak, policeman
Manheit, policeman
Moshe Markowicz
Emanuel Bezalel Michalec
Michaelson, policeman
Tamara Mitler
Chana Modrzewska
Frania Montag
Friedl Montag
Lipman and Beila Moshkowitz
Tala Moshkowitz
Arieh Moszkowicz
Benjamin Moszkowicz
Mordecai Opatowski, policeman
Tova (or Taube) Oposzynski
Mordecai Owieczka, of Mstow
H. Parasol, Jewish policeman in charge of District I
Shimon Planzerman
Berek and Bluma Poler
Rela Posnerson
Henia Pytowska
Shmuel Rappaport, born Aug 15, 1925
Yehoshua Reisman
Mordecai Ribstein
Rosenbaum, deputy
Eliyah Rosenbaum, age 30
Hersz Leib Rosenbaum
Zacharia Rosenblum
Chaim and Fela Rosenman
Berek Rosenzweig
Isaac Rosenzweig
Jonas Rotmil
Joseph Samsonowicz
Jacob Schwartz
Mendel Shiff
Shmuel Shneier
Arieh Shuchter
Roza Seidberg (parents: Judah and Bluma)
Heniek Seltzer
Shmulik, first sergeant
Shlomo Shpalten
Benjamin Silberberg
Bela Silberstein
Josef Leib Snopkowski
Yehezkiel Steibel
Ayzik Steier
Abraham Steinfeld
David Sternberg
Berl Strasberg, 62
Adolph Szabelski
Israel Szalowicz
Leah Szejgin
Szpikolitzer, policeman
Sarah Szydlowski
Ayzik Rotband
Chaim Tobias
Yechiel Tobias
Zeinwel Trembacki
Feiga Unglick
Rachel Wasserman
Jacob Weinreich
Mordecai Weisberg
Jacob Weisfelner
Moshe Weiss, brother Daniel
Pinkus Weiss
Tuvia Weltman, porter
Frania Wilinger
Mordecai Wilinger
Gershon Windman
Dr. A. Wolberg, liason between Polish and Jewish police
Moshek Wolfowicz
Yehuda Wolski
Jadzia Woznica, also known as Ita
Shmuel Wroblewski
Shalom Wrublewski
Florian Wrzesniewicz
Leib Yakobowicz
Berek Yoselewicz
Aaron Zelten
Leibush Zilberstein
Shabtai Hersh Zimmerman
Lisk Zissel
Abraham Zuckerman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Czestochowa Ghetto surnames #general

Hafcjf@...
 

After receiving so many favorable comments about the list of NY surnames
from Abraham Cahan's articles, I thought I'd pass upon some additional
surnames.

Recently I checked out the book Yad Vashem Studies on the European Jewish
Catastrophe, Volume VI, edited by Nathan Eck and Aryeh Leon Kubovy,
published in Jerusalem, in 1967. The text is in English.

One of the chapters is "Daily Record Sheet of the Jewish Police (District
I) in the Czestochowa Ghetto 1941-1942," by William Glicksman. It includes
the following surnames. They include the names of police, people filing
complaints for offences against property, quarrels between Jews, accidents
and miscellaneous incidents, arrests for peddling, arrests for failure to
pay taxes, reports of destruction of Jewish property, stealing >from Jews,
swindling of Jews and attacks on Jews. Warning: you could find out
something unflattering about one of your ancestors.

If you're researching one of these surnames, you may want to check your
library for the book or request it through inter-library loan.

Cathy J. Flamholtz
Brent, AL
hafcjf@aol.com

Hava Alexandrowitz
Altman
Moshek Aptman, age 20
Aronowicz, section officer
H. Auerback, in charge of District 2
Banker, policeman
Fishel Baran
Raphael Bast
Jacob Berman
Bida
Jacob Birnbaum, policeman
Yechiel Bocian
Abraham Bolwik
Zygmunt Borkowski
Alter Borowiecki
Borzykowski
Shlomo Bratman, policeman
Jacob Breitstein
Aysik Czarny
Nahum Dabski
Hannah Dankowicz
Lea Dobrzynski
Chaim Dzialoszynski
Friedl Eigenberg
Joseph Chaim Epstein
Leib Essig, son of Gershon and Lieba
Abraham Feige
Chaim Fishel
Haya Fishel
Raizl Fiszbaum
Shalom Freilich
Naftali Friedman
Friedrich, policeman
Freidl Friedrich, restaurant owner
Mordecai Friszer
David Frumer, policeman
Mordecai Fuchs
Rachel Galster
Benjamin and Chaya Gasierowicz
Cecylia Garfinkel
Julian Geisler
Henia Gelbard
Joseph Gliksman
Moshek Gliksman, policeman
David Goldman
Sarah Goldshmid
Chaim Golfkop
Hillel Goteiner
Gershon Green
Shlomo Grinbaum
Rivka Grinstein
Herschel Grundman
Dr. Gutman
Chaya Hamerman
Szprince Hauptman, of Mstow
Mendel Hershkowicz
Michael Hertz
Sarah Horowicz
Jacobowitz
Perl Jakobowicz
Abraham Kaminski
Haya Kaneman and son Jurek
Bejgele Kaplan
Kasriel
Kaufman, police officer
Moritz Kaufman
Kesselmann
Groynem and Yenta Kiper
Leah Kon (Cohen?)
Yeshaya Kora, born 1873, expelled >from Kalisz, committed suicide; wife Hinda,
son Mordecai and daughter Sarah

Sara Kornberg
Hersh Kozlowski
Kreiman, policeman
Shlomo Lachman
Manle Laks
Yeshayahu Landau
Melech Langner
Israel Lauterstein, age 60
Hindola Levendar
Dr. Levin
Dora Lewek
Osher Lifshitz
Israel Lis
Lublinski
Kalman Lwinta
Yehuda Majorczyk
Ber Maliniak, policeman
Manheit, policeman
Moshe Markowicz
Emanuel Bezalel Michalec
Michaelson, policeman
Tamara Mitler
Chana Modrzewska
Frania Montag
Friedl Montag
Lipman and Beila Moshkowitz
Tala Moshkowitz
Arieh Moszkowicz
Benjamin Moszkowicz
Mordecai Opatowski, policeman
Tova (or Taube) Oposzynski
Mordecai Owieczka, of Mstow
H. Parasol, Jewish policeman in charge of District I
Shimon Planzerman
Berek and Bluma Poler
Rela Posnerson
Henia Pytowska
Shmuel Rappaport, born Aug 15, 1925
Yehoshua Reisman
Mordecai Ribstein
Rosenbaum, deputy
Eliyah Rosenbaum, age 30
Hersz Leib Rosenbaum
Zacharia Rosenblum
Chaim and Fela Rosenman
Berek Rosenzweig
Isaac Rosenzweig
Jonas Rotmil
Joseph Samsonowicz
Jacob Schwartz
Mendel Shiff
Shmuel Shneier
Arieh Shuchter
Roza Seidberg (parents: Judah and Bluma)
Heniek Seltzer
Shmulik, first sergeant
Shlomo Shpalten
Benjamin Silberberg
Bela Silberstein
Josef Leib Snopkowski
Yehezkiel Steibel
Ayzik Steier
Abraham Steinfeld
David Sternberg
Berl Strasberg, 62
Adolph Szabelski
Israel Szalowicz
Leah Szejgin
Szpikolitzer, policeman
Sarah Szydlowski
Ayzik Rotband
Chaim Tobias
Yechiel Tobias
Zeinwel Trembacki
Feiga Unglick
Rachel Wasserman
Jacob Weinreich
Mordecai Weisberg
Jacob Weisfelner
Moshe Weiss, brother Daniel
Pinkus Weiss
Tuvia Weltman, porter
Frania Wilinger
Mordecai Wilinger
Gershon Windman
Dr. A. Wolberg, liason between Polish and Jewish police
Moshek Wolfowicz
Yehuda Wolski
Jadzia Woznica, also known as Ita
Shmuel Wroblewski
Shalom Wrublewski
Florian Wrzesniewicz
Leib Yakobowicz
Berek Yoselewicz
Aaron Zelten
Leibush Zilberstein
Shabtai Hersh Zimmerman
Lisk Zissel
Abraham Zuckerman


Those Searching for GENDELMAN Family #ukraine

ABoumel@...
 

Though my own research and search for family are completed (the story of my
search... and how I was able to locate and be reunited with my grandfather's
entire family... are posted at the Ukraine SIG under "Stories") I enjoy
subscribing to this mailing list because it keeps me "in touch" with others
going through the same thing. It makes me realize the enormity of the
numbers of families separated during the last century because of war and
political strife.

I have not saved back copies of this mailing list, but I did note that there
were recently several postings by somebody researching the GENDELMAN family
name. Perhaps we could share information. My husband's mother was born a
GENDELMAN , and I have some minimal information on her family history that may
be of help. Whoever you were, please feel free to contact me for further
information.

Regards,
Arlene Gorewitz Boumel
Coral Springs, FL
aboumel@cs.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Those Searching for GENDELMAN Family #ukraine

ABoumel@...
 

Though my own research and search for family are completed (the story of my
search... and how I was able to locate and be reunited with my grandfather's
entire family... are posted at the Ukraine SIG under "Stories") I enjoy
subscribing to this mailing list because it keeps me "in touch" with others
going through the same thing. It makes me realize the enormity of the
numbers of families separated during the last century because of war and
political strife.

I have not saved back copies of this mailing list, but I did note that there
were recently several postings by somebody researching the GENDELMAN family
name. Perhaps we could share information. My husband's mother was born a
GENDELMAN , and I have some minimal information on her family history that may
be of help. Whoever you were, please feel free to contact me for further
information.

Regards,
Arlene Gorewitz Boumel
Coral Springs, FL
aboumel@cs.com