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Two viewmate translations I need help with #austria-czech

kari21632@...
 

I've posted vital records for which I would like mainly to identify the
language and then get a loose translation if possible. I'm thinking it is Czech,
but have no way to verify my suspicion. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3D19557
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3D19559

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Kari Farnell


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Two viewmate translations I need help with #austria-czech

kari21632@...
 

I've posted vital records for which I would like mainly to identify the
language and then get a loose translation if possible. I'm thinking it is Czech,
but have no way to verify my suspicion. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3D19557
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3D19559

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Kari Farnell


Gesher Galicia at the IAJGS Conference 2011 #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Calling All Galitzianers!

(Or anyone interested in cartography, unusual genealogical
resources, travel to Krakow, museums and more....)

Gesher Galicia, the SIG for people with Jewish roots in this former
Austrian province, is offering a slate of programs at the IAJGS
Conference on Monday, August 15, including our annual GG
luncheon where Jakub Nowakowski, director of the Galicia Jewish
Museum in Krakow, and I, will present:

12:30PM - 2:00PM
"A Tour of Jewish Krakow: Past, Present & Future"

Jews have lived in Krakow, one of the largest centers in
Poland/Galicia, since the 12th century and their history is a long
and complicated one. Today Kazimierz -- the heart of Jewish
Krakow -- is a thriving district of cultural festivals, museums,
synagogues, antique shops, restaurants and bars. There a
noticeable resurgence of Jewish culture and -- more importantly
-- Jewish population. Join us for a virtual tour of this reborn and
re-imagined Krakow, >from the first days of Jewish settlement,
through the unimaginable years of WWII, to this present-day
tourist destination with its new JCC and a Disneyland-like
"Schindler Factory Museum," and into a future of what will become
an authentically Jewish Krakow.

Luncheon tickets are still available for purchase and can be added
on to your registration by logging in to your account. You can
only attend the luncheon if you purchase a ticket, which is $42.

Throughout the day (Monday) there will be many other
Galician-focused programs:

9:30AM - 10:45AM
"The Galicia Jewish Museum: History & Virtual Tour"

The Galicia Jewish Museum exists to commemorate the Jewish
Heritage of Galicia. The main exhibition features photographs by
the late Chris Schwarz and texts by Prof. Jonathan Webber
(UNESCO Chair of Jewish and Interfaith Studies, University of
Birmingham, UK). Over a period of twelve years, they worked
together to gather material that offers a completely new way of
looking at the Jewish past that was destroyed in Poland. The
exhibition pieces together a picture of the relics of Jewish life and
culture in Polish Galicia that can still be seen today, interpreting
these traces in a manner which is informative, accessible, and
thought-provoking. The exhibition is divided into five sections,
corresponding to the different ways in which the subject can be
approached. Speaker: Jakub Nowakowski.

11:00AM - 12:15PM
Gesher Galicia SIG Meeting

Take a tour of the brand new "All Galicia Database," which has
over 170,000 new genealogical records, and get an update on
town and region research groups, our expanding map, landowner
record and voter record projects and meet filmmakers, Olha
Onyshko and Sarah Farhat who will be screening "Three Stories of
Galicia" at the conference film festival. Alex Feller will offer a
presentation about his recent trip to Lviv and Rohatyn, Ukraine and
Mark Halpern will offer a JRI-Poland Galician records status report.

2:15PM - 3:30PM
"Galician Cadastral Maps, Landowner & Voter Records"

Galician (today Polish and Ukrainian) cadastral land records,
property maps and voter records are valuable sources of historical
information, especially when vital records are missing. The 19th
and 20th century maps show exact locations of synagogues,
cemeteries, schools, and market squares and often have the
names of the landowners written onto the plots. House numbers
can be used to chart a family across several generations and land
records provide inheritance patterns. Early 20th century voter
records provide names, ages and town of birth for men and
women, and often are the only evidence of a family living in a
particular locale. Discover the relevance of these unusual
resources, with instructions on how to obtain these records online
or >from overseas archives. Speaker: Pamela Weisberger.

And don't forget to stop by the Gesher Galicia section at the SIG
Fair on Sunday afternoon. We will have tables with research
information covering the span of Polish and Ukrainian Galicia, and
Mr. Nowakowski will be there to answer questions about the
Galicia Jewish Museum.

If you cannot attend the conference, or certain events, some of
these presentations may be taped and available for purchse after
the conference. Check back for that information. Gesher Galicia is
a non-profit, charitable membership organization. If you are new
to conferences or to Gesher Galicia, you can find more information
here: http://www.GesherGalicia.org and here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/galicia/join_gg.html

The entire board of Gesher Galicia looks forward to seeing you
soon in D.C.

Pamela Weisberger
President & Research Coordinator
Gesher Galcia
pweisberger@gmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Gesher Galicia at the IAJGS Conference 2011 #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Calling All Galitzianers!

(Or anyone interested in cartography, unusual genealogical
resources, travel to Krakow, museums and more....)

Gesher Galicia, the SIG for people with Jewish roots in this former
Austrian province, is offering a slate of programs at the IAJGS
Conference on Monday, August 15, including our annual GG
luncheon where Jakub Nowakowski, director of the Galicia Jewish
Museum in Krakow, and I, will present:

12:30PM - 2:00PM
"A Tour of Jewish Krakow: Past, Present & Future"

Jews have lived in Krakow, one of the largest centers in
Poland/Galicia, since the 12th century and their history is a long
and complicated one. Today Kazimierz -- the heart of Jewish
Krakow -- is a thriving district of cultural festivals, museums,
synagogues, antique shops, restaurants and bars. There a
noticeable resurgence of Jewish culture and -- more importantly
-- Jewish population. Join us for a virtual tour of this reborn and
re-imagined Krakow, >from the first days of Jewish settlement,
through the unimaginable years of WWII, to this present-day
tourist destination with its new JCC and a Disneyland-like
"Schindler Factory Museum," and into a future of what will become
an authentically Jewish Krakow.

Luncheon tickets are still available for purchase and can be added
on to your registration by logging in to your account. You can
only attend the luncheon if you purchase a ticket, which is $42.

Throughout the day (Monday) there will be many other
Galician-focused programs:

9:30AM - 10:45AM
"The Galicia Jewish Museum: History & Virtual Tour"

The Galicia Jewish Museum exists to commemorate the Jewish
Heritage of Galicia. The main exhibition features photographs by
the late Chris Schwarz and texts by Prof. Jonathan Webber
(UNESCO Chair of Jewish and Interfaith Studies, University of
Birmingham, UK). Over a period of twelve years, they worked
together to gather material that offers a completely new way of
looking at the Jewish past that was destroyed in Poland. The
exhibition pieces together a picture of the relics of Jewish life and
culture in Polish Galicia that can still be seen today, interpreting
these traces in a manner which is informative, accessible, and
thought-provoking. The exhibition is divided into five sections,
corresponding to the different ways in which the subject can be
approached. Speaker: Jakub Nowakowski.

11:00AM - 12:15PM
Gesher Galicia SIG Meeting

Take a tour of the brand new "All Galicia Database," which has
over 170,000 new genealogical records, and get an update on
town and region research groups, our expanding map, landowner
record and voter record projects and meet filmmakers, Olha
Onyshko and Sarah Farhat who will be screening "Three Stories of
Galicia" at the conference film festival. Alex Feller will offer a
presentation about his recent trip to Lviv and Rohatyn, Ukraine and
Mark Halpern will offer a JRI-Poland Galician records status report.

2:15PM - 3:30PM
"Galician Cadastral Maps, Landowner & Voter Records"

Galician (today Polish and Ukrainian) cadastral land records,
property maps and voter records are valuable sources of historical
information, especially when vital records are missing. The 19th
and 20th century maps show exact locations of synagogues,
cemeteries, schools, and market squares and often have the
names of the landowners written onto the plots. House numbers
can be used to chart a family across several generations and land
records provide inheritance patterns. Early 20th century voter
records provide names, ages and town of birth for men and
women, and often are the only evidence of a family living in a
particular locale. Discover the relevance of these unusual
resources, with instructions on how to obtain these records online
or >from overseas archives. Speaker: Pamela Weisberger.

And don't forget to stop by the Gesher Galicia section at the SIG
Fair on Sunday afternoon. We will have tables with research
information covering the span of Polish and Ukrainian Galicia, and
Mr. Nowakowski will be there to answer questions about the
Galicia Jewish Museum.

If you cannot attend the conference, or certain events, some of
these presentations may be taped and available for purchse after
the conference. Check back for that information. Gesher Galicia is
a non-profit, charitable membership organization. If you are new
to conferences or to Gesher Galicia, you can find more information
here: http://www.GesherGalicia.org and here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/galicia/join_gg.html

The entire board of Gesher Galicia looks forward to seeing you
soon in D.C.

Pamela Weisberger
President & Research Coordinator
Gesher Galcia
pweisberger@gmail.com


Yizkor Book Project - preparing web pages #galicia

Lance Ackerfeld <lance.ackerfeld@...>
 

Shalom,

Yes, you! If you happen to be familiar with basic html coding,
have some free time available and would genuinely like to help
out our rapidly expanding Yizkor Book Project, I would be more
than very pleased to hear >from you. The work involves
converting Word files submitted to our team into our standard
format web pages and if you do feel ready to take this on, here
I am waiting for our email.

Thanking you in advance,
Lance Ackerfeld
Yizkor Book Project Manager
lance.ackerfeld@gmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Yizkor Book Project - preparing web pages #galicia

Lance Ackerfeld <lance.ackerfeld@...>
 

Shalom,

Yes, you! If you happen to be familiar with basic html coding,
have some free time available and would genuinely like to help
out our rapidly expanding Yizkor Book Project, I would be more
than very pleased to hear >from you. The work involves
converting Word files submitted to our team into our standard
format web pages and if you do feel ready to take this on, here
I am waiting for our email.

Thanking you in advance,
Lance Ackerfeld
Yizkor Book Project Manager
lance.ackerfeld@gmail.com


Yizkor Book Project - preparing web pages #ukraine

Lance Ackerfeld <lance.ackerfeld@...>
 

Shalom,

Yes, you! If you happen to be familiar with basic html coding, have some
free time available and would genuinely like to help out our rapidly
expanding Yizkor Book Project, I would be more than very pleased to hear
from you. The work involves converting Word files submitted to our team into
our standard format web pages and if you do feel ready to take this on, here
I am waiting for our email.

Thanking you in advance,
Lance Ackerfeld
Yizkor Book Project Manager
lance.ackerfeld@gmail.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Yizkor Book Project - preparing web pages #ukraine

Lance Ackerfeld <lance.ackerfeld@...>
 

Shalom,

Yes, you! If you happen to be familiar with basic html coding, have some
free time available and would genuinely like to help out our rapidly
expanding Yizkor Book Project, I would be more than very pleased to hear
from you. The work involves converting Word files submitted to our team into
our standard format web pages and if you do feel ready to take this on, here
I am waiting for our email.

Thanking you in advance,
Lance Ackerfeld
Yizkor Book Project Manager
lance.ackerfeld@gmail.com


Yizkor Books in Print #hungary

Lance Ackerfeld <lance.ackerfeld@...>
 

Shalom,

I am extremely excited to announce the "kick off" of a new Yizkor Book
Project initiative called "Yizkor Books in Print". The idea behind this
project is to make hard copies of books that have been completely translated
in the Yizkor Book Project and make these books be available for purchase by
the descendants of these communities, university and synagogue libraries and
museums.

This project could not have come into existence had it not been for Joel
Alpert who has kindly agreed to be the Project Advisor for this enterprise.
The next stage is to look for people to fill the tasks required in this
project. If you have a background in the editing and graphics fields and,
especially, if you have had previous experience in preparing books for
publishing, we'd be very pleased to hear >from you.

If you are interested in receiving further details of the people needed for
the project, please click on this link
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html and if you feel able to assist,
contact Joel using the link appearing on this page.

Yours,
One very excited Yizkor Book Project Manager,
Lance Ackerfeld
lance.ackerfeld@gmail.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Yizkor Books in Print #hungary

Lance Ackerfeld <lance.ackerfeld@...>
 

Shalom,

I am extremely excited to announce the "kick off" of a new Yizkor Book
Project initiative called "Yizkor Books in Print". The idea behind this
project is to make hard copies of books that have been completely translated
in the Yizkor Book Project and make these books be available for purchase by
the descendants of these communities, university and synagogue libraries and
museums.

This project could not have come into existence had it not been for Joel
Alpert who has kindly agreed to be the Project Advisor for this enterprise.
The next stage is to look for people to fill the tasks required in this
project. If you have a background in the editing and graphics fields and,
especially, if you have had previous experience in preparing books for
publishing, we'd be very pleased to hear >from you.

If you are interested in receiving further details of the people needed for
the project, please click on this link
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html and if you feel able to assist,
contact Joel using the link appearing on this page.

Yours,
One very excited Yizkor Book Project Manager,
Lance Ackerfeld
lance.ackerfeld@gmail.com


JewishGen Education - Independent Study #hungary

Nancy Holden
 

Ever dream of a genealogical search companion? JewishGen is offering an
Independent Study class. Your topic, your schedule, your questions.

Nancy Holden will be available Friday July 29 - Friday August 26 for
projects centered on research in the United States, Canada or the Pale of
Russia (Latvia to Southern Russia). This session will follow the format of
other JewishGen Education classes using a Forum and one-on -one
consultations via the internet.

The level of your knowledge, and the Family you decide to research is not an
issue. However, in order to qualify for this class we ask that you submit a
paragraph about your project: your research SURNAME, your research towns,
your research goals.

This will be a Do-it-Yourself, computer-based, online seminar. Individual
readings will be posted according to your research needs. To get the most
out of this course, you will need 8-10 hours a week and commit to posting to
the forum as work on your project.

Is this course right for you? This is beyond the basics. Read the course
descriptions www.jewishgen.org/education to see if what you want to do is
covered by a course already being taught. If not, this may be the perfect
class. Students should be comfortable on the internet and able to upload and
download pdfs, images and word documents.

Enrollment is limited. Please send your qualifying paragraph to

nholden@interserv.com any time after July 15, 2011 for consideration.
Students will be notified of enrollment procedures by email.

Charge: $100 to be paid after acceptance to the class
Nancy Holden
Instruction Manager/JewishGen Education
nholden@interserv.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary JewishGen Education - Independent Study #hungary

Nancy Holden
 

Ever dream of a genealogical search companion? JewishGen is offering an
Independent Study class. Your topic, your schedule, your questions.

Nancy Holden will be available Friday July 29 - Friday August 26 for
projects centered on research in the United States, Canada or the Pale of
Russia (Latvia to Southern Russia). This session will follow the format of
other JewishGen Education classes using a Forum and one-on -one
consultations via the internet.

The level of your knowledge, and the Family you decide to research is not an
issue. However, in order to qualify for this class we ask that you submit a
paragraph about your project: your research SURNAME, your research towns,
your research goals.

This will be a Do-it-Yourself, computer-based, online seminar. Individual
readings will be posted according to your research needs. To get the most
out of this course, you will need 8-10 hours a week and commit to posting to
the forum as work on your project.

Is this course right for you? This is beyond the basics. Read the course
descriptions www.jewishgen.org/education to see if what you want to do is
covered by a course already being taught. If not, this may be the perfect
class. Students should be comfortable on the internet and able to upload and
download pdfs, images and word documents.

Enrollment is limited. Please send your qualifying paragraph to

nholden@interserv.com any time after July 15, 2011 for consideration.
Students will be notified of enrollment procedures by email.

Charge: $100 to be paid after acceptance to the class
Nancy Holden
Instruction Manager/JewishGen Education
nholden@interserv.com


(1854-56) JEWISH WOUNDED (Sevastopol): CRIMEAN WAR #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

There is a posting of a list of Jewish (naval) wounded in Sevastopol during the Crimean War at:

http://forum.sevastopol.info/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=30074&start=75

The posting was written in Russian by a Mr. Gelman, entitled "Where are the Names of the Dead/Cannot Be Forgotten" in 2000.

Use a web page translator, such as Google Translation Tools, if you need to translate the article to English or another language:

http://www.google.com/language_tools

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine (1854-56) JEWISH WOUNDED (Sevastopol): CRIMEAN WAR #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

There is a posting of a list of Jewish (naval) wounded in Sevastopol during the Crimean War at:

http://forum.sevastopol.info/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=30074&start=75

The posting was written in Russian by a Mr. Gelman, entitled "Where are the Names of the Dead/Cannot Be Forgotten" in 2000.

Use a web page translator, such as Google Translation Tools, if you need to translate the article to English or another language:

http://www.google.com/language_tools

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Rumanian descent #romania

Carol Cohen
 

Dear Genners:

After almost 30 years of geneological research, and only a little over
20 years on the Internet, I have just discovered that my Grandfather,
who grew up in Wolica a shtetl suburb of Podjace, was actually born in
Rumania. I have no clue as to where.
I was checking all of the US censuses >from 1910 on, and most said
Austria Hungary.
Only one said Rumania. My grandmother called him her Rumanische. So
now I know why. I know he was of Rabbinical descent, but even though
I have the names for 5 generations back, I cannot find a match, and
while his mother's maiden name was Konrad, I do not know his any of
his grandmothers' maiden names.

His name was Avram Abba Waldmann. He dropped the second "n" in the US
and many called him Abe. I have searched all the data bases I can
think of. I know he was born in the 1870's. He died in Dallas, TX
in 1948. His father was Shmuel Waldman and I think he died in
Wolica, however I cannot find a death or birth record either there or
in Podjace. His mother was Nanette (?) Konrad Waldman, nor can I find
her either. Her brother was Hersh Konrad and his descendents live in
Israel. They do not know any thing about the Waldman family.
Shmuel's parents were Rachel and Zelig Waldman. I do not find them in
Wolica-Podjace.

Any ideas.

I would be very grateful for your help.
'
Thank you,

Carol Waldman Cohen


Romania SIG #Romania Rumanian descent #romania

Carol Cohen
 

Dear Genners:

After almost 30 years of geneological research, and only a little over
20 years on the Internet, I have just discovered that my Grandfather,
who grew up in Wolica a shtetl suburb of Podjace, was actually born in
Rumania. I have no clue as to where.
I was checking all of the US censuses >from 1910 on, and most said
Austria Hungary.
Only one said Rumania. My grandmother called him her Rumanische. So
now I know why. I know he was of Rabbinical descent, but even though
I have the names for 5 generations back, I cannot find a match, and
while his mother's maiden name was Konrad, I do not know his any of
his grandmothers' maiden names.

His name was Avram Abba Waldmann. He dropped the second "n" in the US
and many called him Abe. I have searched all the data bases I can
think of. I know he was born in the 1870's. He died in Dallas, TX
in 1948. His father was Shmuel Waldman and I think he died in
Wolica, however I cannot find a death or birth record either there or
in Podjace. His mother was Nanette (?) Konrad Waldman, nor can I find
her either. Her brother was Hersh Konrad and his descendents live in
Israel. They do not know any thing about the Waldman family.
Shmuel's parents were Rachel and Zelig Waldman. I do not find them in
Wolica-Podjace.

Any ideas.

I would be very grateful for your help.
'
Thank you,

Carol Waldman Cohen


Krakow Table at the Gesher Galicia Resource Fair #poland

Michele Seligmann
 

Let me know if you will be in Washington.

Please visit the Krakow Table at the Gesher Galicia Resource Fair,
Sunday, August 14, 1011 between 2:00 to 5:00 PM

Let me know if you have any information that you would like to
share.

There has not been an active Krakow BOF for some time thus my hope
is to create a viable working group of those with roots in Krakow
and environs.

Also, let me know if you would be interested in a BOF meeting
during the conference.

Michele Seligmann
mtseligmann@gmail.com
AMSTERDAM, KNAUL, PEMPER, WIESENFELD, Krakow, Poland
AMSTERDAM, WIESENFELD, SPEISER, Rzeszow, Poland
KNAUL, BORGEN, Sambir

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


JRI Poland #Poland Krakow Table at the Gesher Galicia Resource Fair #poland

Michele Seligmann
 

Let me know if you will be in Washington.

Please visit the Krakow Table at the Gesher Galicia Resource Fair,
Sunday, August 14, 1011 between 2:00 to 5:00 PM

Let me know if you have any information that you would like to
share.

There has not been an active Krakow BOF for some time thus my hope
is to create a viable working group of those with roots in Krakow
and environs.

Also, let me know if you would be interested in a BOF meeting
during the conference.

Michele Seligmann
mtseligmann@gmail.com
AMSTERDAM, KNAUL, PEMPER, WIESENFELD, Krakow, Poland
AMSTERDAM, WIESENFELD, SPEISER, Rzeszow, Poland
KNAUL, BORGEN, Sambir

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Lodz, Poland Cemetery databases #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

I would like to expand on the information previously posted by Nolan
Altman, JOWBR Coordinator, on the updated Lodz Cemtery Database. The
JRI-Poland/JewishGen joint project indexing the burial registers
obtained >from the "Organization of Former Residents of Lodz in Israel"
has been completed. Approximately 70,500 records were indexed and added
to both the JRI-Poland database and JOWBR. This data is for the New
Lodz Cemetery

For those researching their roots in Lodz, there are several
overlapping Lodz New Cemetery databases and it is recommended that all
be searched as part of your research.


1. The database complied by the Lodz Jews Heritage Foundation which
can be found at
http://www.jewishlodzcemetery.org/EN/CemeteryPlan/Default.aspx
It is recommended that you use Steven Morse's "One Step" search site
for ease of use.
http://www.stevemorse.org/lodz/lodz.html

2. The Tahara Boards database >from the Lodz Cemetery Purification room
can be searched at
http://www.zchor.org/lodz/boards.htm
and on JOWBR at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/

3. The Lodz Ghetto Cemetery Burial List which was compiled by
Yad LeZahava is searchable on JOWBR and on the Museum of Family History
http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/

JRI-Poland has a searchable database >from the Old Cemetery Chevra
Kadisha List. http://www.jri-poland.org

Burials in the Old Cemetery began in 1811 and while the cemetery closed
in 1892, burials continued until 1922. This cemetery was destroyed.
The New Cemetery on Bracka Street was established in 1892 and contains
over 160,000 burials.

Good luck with your research!

Roni Seibel Liebowitz
New York


JRI Poland #Poland Lodz, Poland Cemetery databases #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

I would like to expand on the information previously posted by Nolan
Altman, JOWBR Coordinator, on the updated Lodz Cemtery Database. The
JRI-Poland/JewishGen joint project indexing the burial registers
obtained >from the "Organization of Former Residents of Lodz in Israel"
has been completed. Approximately 70,500 records were indexed and added
to both the JRI-Poland database and JOWBR. This data is for the New
Lodz Cemetery

For those researching their roots in Lodz, there are several
overlapping Lodz New Cemetery databases and it is recommended that all
be searched as part of your research.


1. The database complied by the Lodz Jews Heritage Foundation which
can be found at
http://www.jewishlodzcemetery.org/EN/CemeteryPlan/Default.aspx
It is recommended that you use Steven Morse's "One Step" search site
for ease of use.
http://www.stevemorse.org/lodz/lodz.html

2. The Tahara Boards database >from the Lodz Cemetery Purification room
can be searched at
http://www.zchor.org/lodz/boards.htm
and on JOWBR at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/

3. The Lodz Ghetto Cemetery Burial List which was compiled by
Yad LeZahava is searchable on JOWBR and on the Museum of Family History
http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/

JRI-Poland has a searchable database >from the Old Cemetery Chevra
Kadisha List. http://www.jri-poland.org

Burials in the Old Cemetery began in 1811 and while the cemetery closed
in 1892, burials continued until 1922. This cemetery was destroyed.
The New Cemetery on Bracka Street was established in 1892 and contains
over 160,000 burials.

Good luck with your research!

Roni Seibel Liebowitz
New York

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