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re> logoshin #belarus

Gene Warech <operawriter@...>
 

This interests me because my mother grew up in Lahishyn. for which
alternate spellings of Logushin, Logashin, Logichin, Logishyn, and
Lohiszym are listed at jewishgen.org/belarus/shtetls/slogishinpm.htm.
With all of those variants, and the town (about 15 miles NNW of Pinsk)
is listed as Lahisyn on maps. This is the first I've heard of Telehany.
However since reading your e-mail, I have already seen references to
some one moving >from Telekhany to Lahisyn, of Telekhany having been
destroyed during WW I (in which there was a battle of Lahisyn), and
even a hint of equivalence.

Not so by the way my mother moved to Lahisyn sometime before that war
with her mother and siblings, after her father died in his thirties, to
live with her maternal grandparents. My mother's name was Miriam
Snowsky, she changed to Mary Snow when she came to the US in 1924. I
have no idea of what her grandfather's name was.
Gene Warech
operawriter@mac.com

On Nov 18, 2003, at 10:00 PM, Belarus SIG digest wrote:
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Subject: Logoshin and Telekhany
From: Ari Itzkowitz <arii@netvision.net.il>
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 18:51:07 +0200
X-Message-Number: 4

I am researching the BOBROW/BOBROWITZ family >from Logoshin. While
Logoshin
and Telekhany seem to be two separate towns, I understand there are
many
researchers (and even some maps!) who claim that it is the same town
but
the name was changed to Telekhany. What is the real situation and if
they
are separate towns, why have so many professionals decide they are the
same town? Any ideas?

Thanks,

Ari Itzkowitz
Modiin, Israel


Re: Need Help Reading A Postcard #romania

Vivian Kahn
 

Henry,

Your postcard is written in Hungarian. I suggest that you send your
inquiry to the Hungarian SIG. Our subscribers include quite a few
folks who are fluent in Hungarian.

Vivian Kahn, H-SIG coordinator


Belarus SIG #Belarus re> logoshin #belarus

Gene Warech <operawriter@...>
 

This interests me because my mother grew up in Lahishyn. for which
alternate spellings of Logushin, Logashin, Logichin, Logishyn, and
Lohiszym are listed at jewishgen.org/belarus/shtetls/slogishinpm.htm.
With all of those variants, and the town (about 15 miles NNW of Pinsk)
is listed as Lahisyn on maps. This is the first I've heard of Telehany.
However since reading your e-mail, I have already seen references to
some one moving >from Telekhany to Lahisyn, of Telekhany having been
destroyed during WW I (in which there was a battle of Lahisyn), and
even a hint of equivalence.

Not so by the way my mother moved to Lahisyn sometime before that war
with her mother and siblings, after her father died in his thirties, to
live with her maternal grandparents. My mother's name was Miriam
Snowsky, she changed to Mary Snow when she came to the US in 1924. I
have no idea of what her grandfather's name was.
Gene Warech
operawriter@mac.com

On Nov 18, 2003, at 10:00 PM, Belarus SIG digest wrote:
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Logoshin and Telekhany
From: Ari Itzkowitz <arii@netvision.net.il>
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 18:51:07 +0200
X-Message-Number: 4

I am researching the BOBROW/BOBROWITZ family >from Logoshin. While
Logoshin
and Telekhany seem to be two separate towns, I understand there are
many
researchers (and even some maps!) who claim that it is the same town
but
the name was changed to Telekhany. What is the real situation and if
they
are separate towns, why have so many professionals decide they are the
same town? Any ideas?

Thanks,

Ari Itzkowitz
Modiin, Israel


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Need Help Reading A Postcard #romania

Vivian Kahn
 

Henry,

Your postcard is written in Hungarian. I suggest that you send your
inquiry to the Hungarian SIG. Our subscribers include quite a few
folks who are fluent in Hungarian.

Vivian Kahn, H-SIG coordinator


Re: which Kamenetz? #belarus

Jenni Buch
 

RE Albert Singer's post about his grandparents coming >from Kamenetz.
Is its Kamenetz-Podolsk or just Kamenetz?
My father's family came >from a town 25 miles north of Brest-Litovsk in
Belarus....
it was called Kamenetz-Litovsk, now it is just Kamenetz, Belarus.
If your family came >from Kamenetz-Podolsk(that means of Podolia) than that
is in the Ukraine south west of Kiev and not part of the Belarus SIG ...
however, there was a famous Kamenetzer Rabbi and Shul in New York which was
transferred >from Kamenetz Litovsk, Belarus. So maybe this is the Kamenetz
you are referring to...
i can give you a bit of info about this town - my special interest being
Kamenetz. However, you have to determine which Kamenetz it was.
If you go into the jewishgen Yizkor book site, you will find the Kamenetz
Yizkor Book which includes an article about the Kamenetzer Shul and it's
Rabbi in New York..
Jenni Buch,
Melbourne Australia


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: which Kamenetz? #belarus

Jenni Buch
 

RE Albert Singer's post about his grandparents coming >from Kamenetz.
Is its Kamenetz-Podolsk or just Kamenetz?
My father's family came >from a town 25 miles north of Brest-Litovsk in
Belarus....
it was called Kamenetz-Litovsk, now it is just Kamenetz, Belarus.
If your family came >from Kamenetz-Podolsk(that means of Podolia) than that
is in the Ukraine south west of Kiev and not part of the Belarus SIG ...
however, there was a famous Kamenetzer Rabbi and Shul in New York which was
transferred >from Kamenetz Litovsk, Belarus. So maybe this is the Kamenetz
you are referring to...
i can give you a bit of info about this town - my special interest being
Kamenetz. However, you have to determine which Kamenetz it was.
If you go into the jewishgen Yizkor book site, you will find the Kamenetz
Yizkor Book which includes an article about the Kamenetzer Shul and it's
Rabbi in New York..
Jenni Buch,
Melbourne Australia


Re: AUERBACH from Krotoszyn #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

See my book "Avnei Zikaron" for full detalson the Auerbach family
you seek. His ancestry and also a copy of his epitaph. The book
includes a CD.

Dr. Neil Rosenstein
Elizabeth, N.J.
mailto:neil@tali.com


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: AUERBACH from Krotoszyn #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

See my book "Avnei Zikaron" for full detalson the Auerbach family
you seek. His ancestry and also a copy of his epitaph. The book
includes a CD.

Dr. Neil Rosenstein
Elizabeth, N.J.
mailto:neil@tali.com


Re: Snitkov/Snitkovo/Snitko #ukraine

David T Mason <dave_mason@...>
 

1. Snitkov / Snitkowo / Snitko - ShtetLinks Page in Process!
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Subject: Snitkov / Snitkowo / Snitko - ShtetLinks Page in Process!
From: Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 20:40:42 -0800 (PST)
X-Message-Number: 1

Dear SIG members:

JewishGen’s ShtetLinks has given permission for a Snitkov Page!
It's
expected to launch in January with information then ready. After
that, it will be updated as new information comes in.

Everyone with a link to Snitkov/Snitkowo/Snitko is urged to join
the
‘team' by contributing information.

This is a really wonderful idea! Bring everything for one town into a
single website. And if material can be translated back and forth between
Ukrainian and English, it's an ongoing link between the town and its
"alumni". Hope this idea spreads to other towns.

Dave Mason


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Snitkov/Snitkovo/Snitko #ukraine

David T Mason <dave_mason@...>
 

1. Snitkov / Snitkowo / Snitko - ShtetLinks Page in Process!
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Snitkov / Snitkowo / Snitko - ShtetLinks Page in Process!
From: Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 20:40:42 -0800 (PST)
X-Message-Number: 1

Dear SIG members:

JewishGen’s ShtetLinks has given permission for a Snitkov Page!
It's
expected to launch in January with information then ready. After
that, it will be updated as new information comes in.

Everyone with a link to Snitkov/Snitkowo/Snitko is urged to join
the
‘team' by contributing information.

This is a really wonderful idea! Bring everything for one town into a
single website. And if material can be translated back and forth between
Ukrainian and English, it's an ongoing link between the town and its
"alumni". Hope this idea spreads to other towns.

Dave Mason


Fishbein-Weinberg Family Web Site Live: 17 Town Sites #ukraine

Fishbein Associates, Inc.
 

Dear family and friends:

With this e-mail we would like to formally announce the on-line premier
of the Fishbein-Weinberg Family web site. The site can be accessed at
the following URL: www.familyroots.us. We are excited that finally, after
nearly two years of work, our family's remarkable journey through history
can finally be brought to life through pictures, anecdotes, documents
and maps.

The ancestral towns featured, or to be featured, on this site include:

Allentown, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Augustow, Poland
Chernivtsi, Ukraine
Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A.
Klishkivtsi, Ukraine (formerly Bessarabia)
Khotin, Ukraine (formerly Bessarabia)
Manchester, England
New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
Miskolc, Hungary
Novoselitsa, Ukraine
Shilovtsi, Ukraine
Suwalki, Poland
Uscie Biskupie (Galicia) Ukraine
Warsaw, Poland
Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Zhvanets, Ukraine

This site is very much a work in progress. It is the beginning of a
project that we hope will be taken up by succeeding generations. In the
months and years ahead it is our goal to bring to light additional
material detailing the lives of our ancestors and the towns and societies
in which they lived. For ours is a story rich in texture and meaning. It
also is a story punctuated by tragedy. Wars, revolutions and the
Holocaust have all played a part in shaping our family destiny.

In the sweep of our history can be seen the broad contours of the modern
Jewish experience. It is an experience >from which we have drawn
inspiration and hope even as the dark clouds of Fascism, Communism
and anti-Semitism brought devastation to Europe and the World.

The Fishbein-Weinberg Family web site is organized around the seventeen
principal towns and villages in which our ancestors lived. Each
section follows the same format with pages devoted to a town's history,
community life, burial sites, maps and pictures. There also is a section
detailing the landsmanshaften
(immigrant groups organized around families or their towns of origin),
established by the two branches of our family when they reached America.

We invite all visitors to our site to contact us with suggestions on how
it might be improved. Similarly, we encourage anyone with family
information, photographs or documentation of general interest to
contribute them to the site. We would be delighted to consider new
material for inclusion on the web site as well as in the extensive Family
Tree Maker data base which we maintain and continually update.

Our goal is to acquire at least one picture of each family member and as
much life cycle data as we can gather. This would include such
information as birth and death dates, occupation, other life cycle dates,
educational background, military service, marital status, children, immigration, and home life.

We also invite non-family members to contribute to the ancestral town
portion of the site. We are pleased to include material that
highlights the central role Jews played in the lives of these communities.

Most of this site is open to the public and is searchable on the web.
However, material related to specific family members, to include the
presentation of specific descendent trees, will be eventually uploaded
to the site. That new material will be password protected and only
accessible to family members.

We invite all visitors to the Fishbein-Weinberg Family Web site to sign
the guest book by clicking on the appropriate button bar. All comments
and suggestions are welcome.

Please note that that a small box labeled "Change Detection" is
located at the bottom of the site's home page. If you type your e-mail
address in this box you will be notified automatically in your e-mail
every time the family web site is updated.

To all those who view this web site, we hope it serves as an inspiration
to preserve their family history and to take pride in their Jewish
identity; for both comprise the essence of who we are.

Sincerely,

Rand and Julie Fishbein
Potomac, Maryland
www.familyroots.us


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Fishbein-Weinberg Family Web Site Live: 17 Town Sites #ukraine

Fishbein Associates, Inc.
 

Dear family and friends:

With this e-mail we would like to formally announce the on-line premier
of the Fishbein-Weinberg Family web site. The site can be accessed at
the following URL: www.familyroots.us. We are excited that finally, after
nearly two years of work, our family's remarkable journey through history
can finally be brought to life through pictures, anecdotes, documents
and maps.

The ancestral towns featured, or to be featured, on this site include:

Allentown, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Augustow, Poland
Chernivtsi, Ukraine
Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A.
Klishkivtsi, Ukraine (formerly Bessarabia)
Khotin, Ukraine (formerly Bessarabia)
Manchester, England
New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
Miskolc, Hungary
Novoselitsa, Ukraine
Shilovtsi, Ukraine
Suwalki, Poland
Uscie Biskupie (Galicia) Ukraine
Warsaw, Poland
Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Zhvanets, Ukraine

This site is very much a work in progress. It is the beginning of a
project that we hope will be taken up by succeeding generations. In the
months and years ahead it is our goal to bring to light additional
material detailing the lives of our ancestors and the towns and societies
in which they lived. For ours is a story rich in texture and meaning. It
also is a story punctuated by tragedy. Wars, revolutions and the
Holocaust have all played a part in shaping our family destiny.

In the sweep of our history can be seen the broad contours of the modern
Jewish experience. It is an experience >from which we have drawn
inspiration and hope even as the dark clouds of Fascism, Communism
and anti-Semitism brought devastation to Europe and the World.

The Fishbein-Weinberg Family web site is organized around the seventeen
principal towns and villages in which our ancestors lived. Each
section follows the same format with pages devoted to a town's history,
community life, burial sites, maps and pictures. There also is a section
detailing the landsmanshaften
(immigrant groups organized around families or their towns of origin),
established by the two branches of our family when they reached America.

We invite all visitors to our site to contact us with suggestions on how
it might be improved. Similarly, we encourage anyone with family
information, photographs or documentation of general interest to
contribute them to the site. We would be delighted to consider new
material for inclusion on the web site as well as in the extensive Family
Tree Maker data base which we maintain and continually update.

Our goal is to acquire at least one picture of each family member and as
much life cycle data as we can gather. This would include such
information as birth and death dates, occupation, other life cycle dates,
educational background, military service, marital status, children, immigration, and home life.

We also invite non-family members to contribute to the ancestral town
portion of the site. We are pleased to include material that
highlights the central role Jews played in the lives of these communities.

Most of this site is open to the public and is searchable on the web.
However, material related to specific family members, to include the
presentation of specific descendent trees, will be eventually uploaded
to the site. That new material will be password protected and only
accessible to family members.

We invite all visitors to the Fishbein-Weinberg Family Web site to sign
the guest book by clicking on the appropriate button bar. All comments
and suggestions are welcome.

Please note that that a small box labeled "Change Detection" is
located at the bottom of the site's home page. If you type your e-mail
address in this box you will be notified automatically in your e-mail
every time the family web site is updated.

To all those who view this web site, we hope it serves as an inspiration
to preserve their family history and to take pride in their Jewish
identity; for both comprise the essence of who we are.

Sincerely,

Rand and Julie Fishbein
Potomac, Maryland
www.familyroots.us


Need Help Reading A Postcard #ukraine

Henry <henry@...>
 

Hi All,

I would greatly appreciate if anyone can read the postcard (below, click on
link) and type it in as it appears in the letter. If you are able to
translated the letter into English please translated it for me as well.

http://www.glitterygifts.com/pictures.html


Thank You

Henry Schwartz
www.geocities.com/schwartzfamilytree

Reaserching:
SCHWARTZ - Nyiregyhaza [Hu] - Sarospatak [Hu](Saros-Kis-Patak,
Saros-Nagy-Patak)
MARKOVICS - Csabanyivka [Ukr](Bacso, Bacovo, Bacsava, Batchive, Chabanivka,
Csabanyivka) - Kljacsanovo [Ukr] (Klacsano, Klacana, Klitshanif)
BECKERMAN - Lublin [Po]
FRUCHTER - Borsa - Bukavina [Ro]
STEINBRECHER - Edeleny [Hu]
IZSAK - Bacsava [Ukr](Bacso, Bacovo, Chabanivka, Batchive, Csabanyivka)
POLACK - <Near Satmer>
MARMORSTIEN - Cluj-Napoca [Ro] (Klausenburg, Klausenberg, Kluyzenburg,
Kluzh, Kolozhvar, Kolozsvar)
GLUCK - Kemecse [Hu]- Bokony [Hu]- Papa [Hu]
KLAFTER - Bartfa [Slovakia] ( Bardejov, Bartfeld, Bartfeldt)
BENOVICS - Koritnyani [Ukr] (Kereknye, Koreknya)
KATZ - Kljucsarki [Ukr] (Klucsarka, Varkulcsa)
ROSENFELD
SAMAT
HELMAN
STECKEL
GUTTMANN - Nyiregyhaza [Hu]
RUBIN
FRIEDMAN
MOSKOP - Krajnya-Martinka [Ukr] (Martinka, Vegmartonka)
STOBER
EYBSHUTZ
EDELSTEIN
FRIEDRICH - Humenne [Slovkia] (Homonna, Homne)
ORENSTEIN - Lviv [Ukr] (Lemberg, Leopol, Lwow)
GOLD
EPSTIEN
ELFERMAN
FRIED
ROTA - Papa [Hu]
FISCH - Nagykallo [Hu]
HOROWITZ


Identifying towns in Ukraine #ukraine

Stepak
 

The Israel Genealogical Society is working on a project to document all of
the memorials to communities destroyed in the Holocaust which may be found
in Israel, as part of our preparations for the 2004 IAJGS (International
Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies) Conference. This project is
called MVC, for Memorials to Vanished Communities.

We are nearing completion of this project, and I would like the help of you
mavens in locating towns. For each town, we are recording the correct
official modern spelling in Latin letters, as well as other names, where
they exist. Some of the names on the list may be incorrect, as they are a
result of transcription >from Hebrew without vowels. We also give a
description of the location, such as NNE of Wlodawa.

This is a challenge for people with special knowledge, believe me, as I have
identified hundreds of towns using maps, JewishGen Shtetlfinder, and WOWW,
so I don’t want anyone wasting their time just retracing my well-trodden
footsteps.

So that this letter will not be extremely long, I will begin with towns
known to be in Ukraine:
Butsria near Dragovo
Goref/Horef? near Dragovo
Imshat? near Dragovo
Lezem? near Dragovo
Krinikov near Chust and Dragovo
Chomlyov near Chust
Nankov near Chust
Sudavni near Chernivtsi
Sechov near Rokitno
Sinkovstanits near Radekhow/Lopatyn
Skrigolov, I have found in Shtetlinks but not on a map

Ellen Stepak
Ramat Gan, Israel
Researching:
GOLDENBERG >from Sosnivka and Belozerka near Kremenets
KRUKSTEIN >from the same region

Hoping to see you in Jerusalem!
July 4-9, 2004
www.jewishgen.org/jerusalem2004


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Need Help Reading A Postcard #ukraine

Henry <henry@...>
 

Hi All,

I would greatly appreciate if anyone can read the postcard (below, click on
link) and type it in as it appears in the letter. If you are able to
translated the letter into English please translated it for me as well.

http://www.glitterygifts.com/pictures.html


Thank You

Henry Schwartz
www.geocities.com/schwartzfamilytree

Reaserching:
SCHWARTZ - Nyiregyhaza [Hu] - Sarospatak [Hu](Saros-Kis-Patak,
Saros-Nagy-Patak)
MARKOVICS - Csabanyivka [Ukr](Bacso, Bacovo, Bacsava, Batchive, Chabanivka,
Csabanyivka) - Kljacsanovo [Ukr] (Klacsano, Klacana, Klitshanif)
BECKERMAN - Lublin [Po]
FRUCHTER - Borsa - Bukavina [Ro]
STEINBRECHER - Edeleny [Hu]
IZSAK - Bacsava [Ukr](Bacso, Bacovo, Chabanivka, Batchive, Csabanyivka)
POLACK - <Near Satmer>
MARMORSTIEN - Cluj-Napoca [Ro] (Klausenburg, Klausenberg, Kluyzenburg,
Kluzh, Kolozhvar, Kolozsvar)
GLUCK - Kemecse [Hu]- Bokony [Hu]- Papa [Hu]
KLAFTER - Bartfa [Slovakia] ( Bardejov, Bartfeld, Bartfeldt)
BENOVICS - Koritnyani [Ukr] (Kereknye, Koreknya)
KATZ - Kljucsarki [Ukr] (Klucsarka, Varkulcsa)
ROSENFELD
SAMAT
HELMAN
STECKEL
GUTTMANN - Nyiregyhaza [Hu]
RUBIN
FRIEDMAN
MOSKOP - Krajnya-Martinka [Ukr] (Martinka, Vegmartonka)
STOBER
EYBSHUTZ
EDELSTEIN
FRIEDRICH - Humenne [Slovkia] (Homonna, Homne)
ORENSTEIN - Lviv [Ukr] (Lemberg, Leopol, Lwow)
GOLD
EPSTIEN
ELFERMAN
FRIED
ROTA - Papa [Hu]
FISCH - Nagykallo [Hu]
HOROWITZ


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Identifying towns in Ukraine #ukraine

Stepak
 

The Israel Genealogical Society is working on a project to document all of
the memorials to communities destroyed in the Holocaust which may be found
in Israel, as part of our preparations for the 2004 IAJGS (International
Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies) Conference. This project is
called MVC, for Memorials to Vanished Communities.

We are nearing completion of this project, and I would like the help of you
mavens in locating towns. For each town, we are recording the correct
official modern spelling in Latin letters, as well as other names, where
they exist. Some of the names on the list may be incorrect, as they are a
result of transcription >from Hebrew without vowels. We also give a
description of the location, such as NNE of Wlodawa.

This is a challenge for people with special knowledge, believe me, as I have
identified hundreds of towns using maps, JewishGen Shtetlfinder, and WOWW,
so I don’t want anyone wasting their time just retracing my well-trodden
footsteps.

So that this letter will not be extremely long, I will begin with towns
known to be in Ukraine:
Butsria near Dragovo
Goref/Horef? near Dragovo
Imshat? near Dragovo
Lezem? near Dragovo
Krinikov near Chust and Dragovo
Chomlyov near Chust
Nankov near Chust
Sudavni near Chernivtsi
Sechov near Rokitno
Sinkovstanits near Radekhow/Lopatyn
Skrigolov, I have found in Shtetlinks but not on a map

Ellen Stepak
Ramat Gan, Israel
Researching:
GOLDENBERG >from Sosnivka and Belozerka near Kremenets
KRUKSTEIN >from the same region

Hoping to see you in Jerusalem!
July 4-9, 2004
www.jewishgen.org/jerusalem2004


JGS-Denmark #ukraine

Elsebeth Paikin
 

I am pleased to inform you that a new Jewish Genealogical Society
- JGS-Denmark - has been formed:

The website is hosted by JewishGen and found at the URL:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jgs-denmark/

At present the website is only in Danish, but it will be translated
into English as soon as possible.

JGS-Denmark is an independent society but will, naturally, cooperate
closely with JewishGen's Scandinavia SIG (Denmark):

http://www.jewishgen.org/Scandinavia/denmark.htm

Best regards


Elsebeth Paikin
JGS-Denmark
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgs-denmark/
mailto:jgsdk_ep@hotmail.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine JGS-Denmark #ukraine

Elsebeth Paikin
 

I am pleased to inform you that a new Jewish Genealogical Society
- JGS-Denmark - has been formed:

The website is hosted by JewishGen and found at the URL:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jgs-denmark/

At present the website is only in Danish, but it will be translated
into English as soon as possible.

JGS-Denmark is an independent society but will, naturally, cooperate
closely with JewishGen's Scandinavia SIG (Denmark):

http://www.jewishgen.org/Scandinavia/denmark.htm

Best regards


Elsebeth Paikin
JGS-Denmark
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgs-denmark/
mailto:jgsdk_ep@hotmail.com


INTRO- Seek Eugenia BOSSAK b. 1890 m. Markus GRUNWALD >Berlin 1920 #germany

p.compoint@...
 

Dear Genners,
I'm looking for the children of Eugenia BOSSAK (born at Konin, Poland in
1890) and Markus GRUNWALD. They married at Poznan ( Poland) in 1920 and
they left Poland to Berlin (Germany).

I need to know if they had children alive today.
In advance, thank you if someone can help me. It's a very important file
for me.

Antoine Djikpa Paris, France p.compoint@add-genealogie.com


German SIG #Germany INTRO- Seek Eugenia BOSSAK b. 1890 m. Markus GRUNWALD >Berlin 1920 #germany

p.compoint@...
 

Dear Genners,
I'm looking for the children of Eugenia BOSSAK (born at Konin, Poland in
1890) and Markus GRUNWALD. They married at Poznan ( Poland) in 1920 and
they left Poland to Berlin (Germany).

I need to know if they had children alive today.
In advance, thank you if someone can help me. It's a very important file
for me.

Antoine Djikpa Paris, France p.compoint@add-genealogie.com