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9 jewish graves (1945-46) on Gotland - Sweden #general

Susanna Vendel <susanna.vendel@...>
 

There are 9 Jewish graves in the Cemetery of the village Larbro on the
island of Gotland, Sweden. These people were sent to a Sanatorium for
TB-sufferer upon their arrival to Sweden >from the concentration camps.
They died on the island. The names are:

1. Henrik ZIERER, doctor, b 27 May 1904, d. 24 July 1945, citizen from
Czecho-Slovakia
2. Sjlama OZOCAYNSKA, black-smith, b 1 May 1914, d 10 Sept 1945, Polish jew
3. Feliks RAJZMAN, shoemaker, b 10 Dec 1914, d 13 Sept 1945, Polish jew
4. Abram CIECHAWOROSKI, shoemaker, b 13 Jan 1925, d 16 Oct 1945, Polish jew
5. Abram CHARASZ, b 14 May 1926, d 16 Nov 1945, Polish jew, Ladz
6. Joseph WIENBERGER, b 27 Oct 1913, d 22 Nov 1945, jew from
Czecho-Slovakia
7. Josef SCHIZPER, student, b 28 Febr, 1926, d 10 Febr 1946, >from Poland
8. Scek PRASKIER, b 27 July 1927, d 26 Febr 1946, Polish jew, Lodz
9. Jacob, IRRGANG, metal worker, b 14 July 1928, d 3 May 1946, Polish jew,
Birsza

The graves are placed near each other in a separate section of the
Protestant Cemetery. The cemetery is very little, placed around the church
of the village and very carefully maintained.
The address is: Larbro Pastorat, Box 13, 620 34 LARBRO, Sweden. Phone: +46
(0)498-22 51 25 Fax: +46 (0)498-22 51 45

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 9 jewish graves (1945-46) on Gotland - Sweden #general

Susanna Vendel <susanna.vendel@...>
 

There are 9 Jewish graves in the Cemetery of the village Larbro on the
island of Gotland, Sweden. These people were sent to a Sanatorium for
TB-sufferer upon their arrival to Sweden >from the concentration camps.
They died on the island. The names are:

1. Henrik ZIERER, doctor, b 27 May 1904, d. 24 July 1945, citizen from
Czecho-Slovakia
2. Sjlama OZOCAYNSKA, black-smith, b 1 May 1914, d 10 Sept 1945, Polish jew
3. Feliks RAJZMAN, shoemaker, b 10 Dec 1914, d 13 Sept 1945, Polish jew
4. Abram CIECHAWOROSKI, shoemaker, b 13 Jan 1925, d 16 Oct 1945, Polish jew
5. Abram CHARASZ, b 14 May 1926, d 16 Nov 1945, Polish jew, Ladz
6. Joseph WIENBERGER, b 27 Oct 1913, d 22 Nov 1945, jew from
Czecho-Slovakia
7. Josef SCHIZPER, student, b 28 Febr, 1926, d 10 Febr 1946, >from Poland
8. Scek PRASKIER, b 27 July 1927, d 26 Febr 1946, Polish jew, Lodz
9. Jacob, IRRGANG, metal worker, b 14 July 1928, d 3 May 1946, Polish jew,
Birsza

The graves are placed near each other in a separate section of the
Protestant Cemetery. The cemetery is very little, placed around the church
of the village and very carefully maintained.
The address is: Larbro Pastorat, Box 13, 620 34 LARBRO, Sweden. Phone: +46
(0)498-22 51 25 Fax: +46 (0)498-22 51 45

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


RASKY #general

Harland Goldwater <jafa@...>
 

Searching for any information regarding:
Dave RASKY
Fanny RASKY nee GOLDSTEIN or GOLDSTONE

Dave Rasky lived in California, but is said to have moved to Australia
or New Zealand where Fanny Rasky was then located. We don't know if
this is rumor or reality. Anyone with any information about this family
please contact

Harland Goldwater at : jafa@rain.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RASKY #general

Harland Goldwater <jafa@...>
 

Searching for any information regarding:
Dave RASKY
Fanny RASKY nee GOLDSTEIN or GOLDSTONE

Dave Rasky lived in California, but is said to have moved to Australia
or New Zealand where Fanny Rasky was then located. We don't know if
this is rumor or reality. Anyone with any information about this family
please contact

Harland Goldwater at : jafa@rain.org


What and where is Jakszyc, Poland? #general

ada01@...
 

Shalom,

May be someone can tell me what is the correct spelling and where is
the small town of "JAKSZYC" ("Yud", "Kuf", "Shin" "Yud" "Zadik")
in Poland?
It had a small Jewish Community and supposed to be located in the Warthegau
region during WWII. Its Jewish men were transported to forced slavery in the Konin
Concentration Camp.

Thank you,

Ada Holtzman
http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What and where is Jakszyc, Poland? #general

ada01@...
 

Shalom,

May be someone can tell me what is the correct spelling and where is
the small town of "JAKSZYC" ("Yud", "Kuf", "Shin" "Yud" "Zadik")
in Poland?
It had a small Jewish Community and supposed to be located in the Warthegau
region during WWII. Its Jewish men were transported to forced slavery in the Konin
Concentration Camp.

Thank you,

Ada Holtzman
http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/


Searching: FEINHOLD, SEITZ (Saxony, Germany) #general

Paul E. Laroque <laroque@...>
 

Hello,

My name is Paul Laroque. I am the same person who made the request
concerning *Jeanne Dejeninquehem* a month ago.

Now I have a couple of new requests. I am seeking more information on the
*Feinhold* family and *Seitz* family.

If one of you happen to know anything concerning Feinholds and Seitzs,
please feel free to contact me. The origins for those families are >from the
Saxony region in Germany.

You may reach me at: laroque@bendnet.com --- until the end of the Shabbat
on 31 October 1998. And in Israel, you can reach me at:
laroque@netvision.net.il

Paul Laroque


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: FEINHOLD, SEITZ (Saxony, Germany) #general

Paul E. Laroque <laroque@...>
 

Hello,

My name is Paul Laroque. I am the same person who made the request
concerning *Jeanne Dejeninquehem* a month ago.

Now I have a couple of new requests. I am seeking more information on the
*Feinhold* family and *Seitz* family.

If one of you happen to know anything concerning Feinholds and Seitzs,
please feel free to contact me. The origins for those families are >from the
Saxony region in Germany.

You may reach me at: laroque@bendnet.com --- until the end of the Shabbat
on 31 October 1998. And in Israel, you can reach me at:
laroque@netvision.net.il

Paul Laroque


Independent First Pilover Society #general

Glenda Rogers <gar929@...>
 

My grandparents were members of, and when when died were buried in the
section owned by the INDEPENDENT FIRST PILOVER at Baron Hirsh Cemetery
in Staten Island, NY.

Does anyone know anything about that society? Was Pilover the name of
the area they came from?????? Any and all info would be appreciated.

Glenda Rogers


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Independent First Pilover Society #general

Glenda Rogers <gar929@...>
 

My grandparents were members of, and when when died were buried in the
section owned by the INDEPENDENT FIRST PILOVER at Baron Hirsh Cemetery
in Staten Island, NY.

Does anyone know anything about that society? Was Pilover the name of
the area they came from?????? Any and all info would be appreciated.

Glenda Rogers


Gomel, Rogatschev relationship #general

Dianemail <dianemail@...>
 

In my research (pre WW I) I keep running into totally seperate family branches
with very tight connections between Rogatschev (near Mogilev and Bobruisk) and
Gomel. I've seen older siblings born in Rogatschev and younger in Gomel etc.
On the other side I also find marriages between Gomel and Rogatschev,
remembered meetings, trips etc. These two towns are continually popping up.
They are some distance >from each other so I'm wondering how this worked. I've
read that 20-25 mi./day is typical for horse and carriage travel--so, was
there a train route between them (before 1920 or so) or boat travel?

Thanks for any information

Has anyone else run into this close a connection, or are all the branches of my
family interconnected by business, social connections, blood (as yet
undiscovered)? It appears that both towns had large Jewish populations, but so
did the entire Pale.

Diane Newman
Berkeley, Ca.

Searching: WOLFSON, GULANTE, NACHMAN >from Rogatshev, Bobriusk and Gomel
LITVIN >from Gomel area


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Gomel, Rogatschev relationship #general

Dianemail <dianemail@...>
 

In my research (pre WW I) I keep running into totally seperate family branches
with very tight connections between Rogatschev (near Mogilev and Bobruisk) and
Gomel. I've seen older siblings born in Rogatschev and younger in Gomel etc.
On the other side I also find marriages between Gomel and Rogatschev,
remembered meetings, trips etc. These two towns are continually popping up.
They are some distance >from each other so I'm wondering how this worked. I've
read that 20-25 mi./day is typical for horse and carriage travel--so, was
there a train route between them (before 1920 or so) or boat travel?

Thanks for any information

Has anyone else run into this close a connection, or are all the branches of my
family interconnected by business, social connections, blood (as yet
undiscovered)? It appears that both towns had large Jewish populations, but so
did the entire Pale.

Diane Newman
Berkeley, Ca.

Searching: WOLFSON, GULANTE, NACHMAN >from Rogatshev, Bobriusk and Gomel
LITVIN >from Gomel area


Re: Removal of added names 1948 #general

A.Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Dick@plotz.com wrote:

As Jeff Malka and Alexander Sharon stated (in "Change of names 1938"), but as
is not reflected in their subject line, the names Israel and Sara were _added_
to the existing given names, which remained as part of the person's name.
Incorrect:

My posting said:

"Name Israel for the male and Sara for female has been added as a second
name to all Jewish people.

Alexander Sharon

MODERATOR NOTE: Thread previously closed. This post is a correction.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Removal of added names 1948 #general

A.Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Dick@plotz.com wrote:

As Jeff Malka and Alexander Sharon stated (in "Change of names 1938"), but as
is not reflected in their subject line, the names Israel and Sara were _added_
to the existing given names, which remained as part of the person's name.
Incorrect:

My posting said:

"Name Israel for the male and Sara for female has been added as a second
name to all Jewish people.

Alexander Sharon

MODERATOR NOTE: Thread previously closed. This post is a correction.


Nowy Sacz, Poland #general

Mel Wolfsont <melwol@...>
 

Am seeking information about the shtetl Nowy Sacz. Does anyone know of
this place? Were there any landmanschaft organizations in the New York
City area that people >from this shtetl belonged to. My uncle was taken
prisoner by the Italian Armed Forces in WWI, when serving in the
Austro-Hungarian Army. I can't find any information about him or this
city/shtetl, other than that it is now in Poland and on many maps. Any
help you can give will be most appreciated.

Mel Wolfsont


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Nowy Sacz, Poland #general

Mel Wolfsont <melwol@...>
 

Am seeking information about the shtetl Nowy Sacz. Does anyone know of
this place? Were there any landmanschaft organizations in the New York
City area that people >from this shtetl belonged to. My uncle was taken
prisoner by the Italian Armed Forces in WWI, when serving in the
Austro-Hungarian Army. I can't find any information about him or this
city/shtetl, other than that it is now in Poland and on many maps. Any
help you can give will be most appreciated.

Mel Wolfsont


Searching: FARBER Family, Boston #general

Mel Wolfsont <melwol@...>
 

Am seeking the daughters of Solomon and Helen Farber, also the their son
Carl. The family last resided (my recollection) in the Blue Hills
section. Solomon spoke Italian fluently and was the manager of an
Italian grocery on Salem Street. Social Security records have his date
of surmise as Nov. 1964.

The names and addresses of Undertakers in the Blue Hills section would
be appreciated--they might have information I'm seeking. Many thanks
for your help.

Mel Wolfsont


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: FARBER Family, Boston #general

Mel Wolfsont <melwol@...>
 

Am seeking the daughters of Solomon and Helen Farber, also the their son
Carl. The family last resided (my recollection) in the Blue Hills
section. Solomon spoke Italian fluently and was the manager of an
Italian grocery on Salem Street. Social Security records have his date
of surmise as Nov. 1964.

The names and addresses of Undertakers in the Blue Hills section would
be appreciated--they might have information I'm seeking. Many thanks
for your help.

Mel Wolfsont


Re: Naturalization Papers #unitedkingdom

SBSeales
 

Dear Helen,
You can access the National Archives at http://www.nara.gov. >from there, go
to the Genealogy Page, and then to the list of regional facilities. You should
be able to request naturalization records online, and possibly have them in
hand in a couple of weeks. I got naturalization records this way >from Waltham
and Laguna Niguel.
Sue Seales
researching: FREEDMAN, Siluva,Lith. BOYARSKY,Grodno ROSENTHAL,ZELENY,Odessa
ROSENTHAL,BLUESTEIN,Wegrow,Pol.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Naturalization Papers #general

SBSeales
 

Dear Helen,
You can access the National Archives at http://www.nara.gov. >from there, go
to the Genealogy Page, and then to the list of regional facilities. You should
be able to request naturalization records online, and possibly have them in
hand in a couple of weeks. I got naturalization records this way >from Waltham
and Laguna Niguel.
Sue Seales
researching: FREEDMAN, Siluva,Lith. BOYARSKY,Grodno ROSENTHAL,ZELENY,Odessa
ROSENTHAL,BLUESTEIN,Wegrow,Pol.