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SITE CITE - HessenGenWeb - the complete, award-winning site. #germany

Don Watson <dwat@...>
 

Hi!
Just wanted to tell you that ALL the German research computers, complete
with instructions, are found at:

http://members.cox.net/hessen/table.htm

in the left column. When you scroll down you'll see FOKO, GOV, GEDBAS,
METASUCHE, HADIS, VORFAHREN SUCHE, and lots more in the smaller print.

You'll find all sorts of translation options at another link,

http://members.cox.net/hessen/language.htm

instructions for the German telephone directory at:

http://members.cox.net/hessen/telephones.htm

all sorts of maps at

http://members.cox.net/hessen/towns.htm

and at

http://members.cox.net/hessen/hesse.htm

The site has hundreds of links and lots of instructions. For example, at:

http://members.cox.net/hessen/hsstory.htm

you'll find "How to Research."

Don Watson, Webmaster, Discussion Group Moderator Oklahoma City <dwat@...> - Ich spreche Deutsch

MODERATOR NOTE: Anyone even thinking of doing research involving Hessen
needs to check this website. Many thanks to new GerSig member Don Watson
for pointing us to his award-winning site.


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE - HessenGenWeb - the complete, award-winning site. #germany

Don Watson <dwat@...>
 

Hi!
Just wanted to tell you that ALL the German research computers, complete
with instructions, are found at:

http://members.cox.net/hessen/table.htm

in the left column. When you scroll down you'll see FOKO, GOV, GEDBAS,
METASUCHE, HADIS, VORFAHREN SUCHE, and lots more in the smaller print.

You'll find all sorts of translation options at another link,

http://members.cox.net/hessen/language.htm

instructions for the German telephone directory at:

http://members.cox.net/hessen/telephones.htm

all sorts of maps at

http://members.cox.net/hessen/towns.htm

and at

http://members.cox.net/hessen/hesse.htm

The site has hundreds of links and lots of instructions. For example, at:

http://members.cox.net/hessen/hsstory.htm

you'll find "How to Research."

Don Watson, Webmaster, Discussion Group Moderator Oklahoma City <dwat@...> - Ich spreche Deutsch

MODERATOR NOTE: Anyone even thinking of doing research involving Hessen
needs to check this website. Many thanks to new GerSig member Don Watson
for pointing us to his award-winning site.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Jewish/Yiddish Phonograph Records #general

Lynne Shapiro <lynneshap@...>
 

I believe YIVO has a collection of Jewish phonographic records, as a part
of their extensive collection of European and American Jewish materials.
Their website is at cjh.org (Center for Jewish History, which houses YIVO
and a couple of other organizations). The organization that launched the
Yiddish Radio Project is livingtraditions.org . They *are* interested in
more than just radio broadcasts, but their website needs a bit of
updating this month.

Lynne Shapiro
Western Mass.

MODERATOR NOTE: This discussion is moving away >from the topic of this
group, which is genealogy. Responses related to genealogy will be
considered for posting. Others should be sent privately.


Re: Jewish/Yiddish Phonograph Records #general

Lynne Shapiro <lynneshap@...>
 

I believe YIVO has a collection of Jewish phonographic records, as a part
of their extensive collection of European and American Jewish materials.
Their website is at cjh.org (Center for Jewish History, which houses YIVO
and a couple of other organizations). The organization that launched the
Yiddish Radio Project is livingtraditions.org . They *are* interested in
more than just radio broadcasts, but their website needs a bit of
updating this month.

Lynne Shapiro
Western Mass.

MODERATOR NOTE: This discussion is moving away >from the topic of this
group, which is genealogy. Responses related to genealogy will be
considered for posting. Others should be sent privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen STEINBERG family, Marijampol-Indianapolis-Louisville, late 1800s #general

Annemarie Jutel <jutel@...>
 

I am trying to establish some ideas about the homeland of my great
grandmother, Ester Rachel Goldstein nee Sztenberg. The birth
certificate of her son, Abram, born in Marijampol, Lithuania suggests
that she was born in 1849, but we don't know about the names of her
parents, or her exact place of birth. Her husband, Moszwa Goldszteyn,
became Moses Goldstein when they moved to the United States
(Indianapolis) in the 1880s. The recent discovery of family documents
suggests that her brother, Julius preceded her arrival in the states by
as many as ten or more years. Julius Steinberg lived in Louisville, KY
from at least 1880 (and probably, >from 1870) until his death in 1919.
He had a number of children (Phillip, Bettie, Lilly, David, Tillie,
Jacob, Sam, Solomon and Nellie) who Ester's grandchildren called
"cousin." Do any of you have links to this family? I would be most
interested in hearing >from you if so.

Kind regards

Annemarie Jutel

jutel@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Jewish/Yiddish Phonograph Records #general

Mike Posnick
 

To Saul Sodos and the List:

The Robert and Molly Freedman Jewish Music Archive, which is housed in the
Annenberg Rare Book and Manuscript Library of the University of
Pennsylvania, holds perhaps the largest collection of Yiddish music sound
recordings and sheet music in the United States. The collection includes
folk and art songs, theater music, comedy, and klezmer music. Further
information about the Archive is available at
<http://www.library.upenn.edu/friends/freed/>.

Mike Posnick
Minneapolis, Minnesota
e-mail: mpoz@...

In his JewishGen message of 1/14/2003, Saul Sodos <txmavn@...> wrote:

[D]oes anybody out there know of organizations which accept
donations of these items for the purpose of preserving them?


STEINBERG family, Marijampol-Indianapolis-Louisville, late 1800s #general

Annemarie Jutel <jutel@...>
 

I am trying to establish some ideas about the homeland of my great
grandmother, Ester Rachel Goldstein nee Sztenberg. The birth
certificate of her son, Abram, born in Marijampol, Lithuania suggests
that she was born in 1849, but we don't know about the names of her
parents, or her exact place of birth. Her husband, Moszwa Goldszteyn,
became Moses Goldstein when they moved to the United States
(Indianapolis) in the 1880s. The recent discovery of family documents
suggests that her brother, Julius preceded her arrival in the states by
as many as ten or more years. Julius Steinberg lived in Louisville, KY
from at least 1880 (and probably, >from 1870) until his death in 1919.
He had a number of children (Phillip, Bettie, Lilly, David, Tillie,
Jacob, Sam, Solomon and Nellie) who Ester's grandchildren called
"cousin." Do any of you have links to this family? I would be most
interested in hearing >from you if so.

Kind regards

Annemarie Jutel

jutel@...


Re: Jewish/Yiddish Phonograph Records #general

Mike Posnick
 

To Saul Sodos and the List:

The Robert and Molly Freedman Jewish Music Archive, which is housed in the
Annenberg Rare Book and Manuscript Library of the University of
Pennsylvania, holds perhaps the largest collection of Yiddish music sound
recordings and sheet music in the United States. The collection includes
folk and art songs, theater music, comedy, and klezmer music. Further
information about the Archive is available at
<http://www.library.upenn.edu/friends/freed/>.

Mike Posnick
Minneapolis, Minnesota
e-mail: mpoz@...

In his JewishGen message of 1/14/2003, Saul Sodos <txmavn@...> wrote:

[D]oes anybody out there know of organizations which accept
donations of these items for the purpose of preserving them?


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Is Berliner (sp?) a town in Lithuania/Latvia? #lithuania

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

I have just been looking at census data for some family members and one
person is listed as coming >from Berliner or Berlinder, Russia. Does this
make any sense to anyone? The wife is >from Libau, Latvia, and most other
members of the family that I know of so far are >from Latvia/Lithuania.
Thanks,
Ruth Hyman
Rockville Centre, NY


Is Berliner (sp?) a town in Lithuania/Latvia? #lithuania

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

I have just been looking at census data for some family members and one
person is listed as coming >from Berliner or Berlinder, Russia. Does this
make any sense to anyone? The wife is >from Libau, Latvia, and most other
members of the family that I know of so far are >from Latvia/Lithuania.
Thanks,
Ruth Hyman
Rockville Centre, NY


Dr. Hermann Grossnass zl #galicia

Sheila GROSSNASS <s@...>
 

bsd
In my search for a record of Dr. Hermann Grossnass zl who had a Medical
Practice in Lvov (Lemberg) and also ran a clinic at a health Spa in Morshin
Struj during the summer months, I managed to find his address in Lemberg in
1939.
I did this via http://www.research.co.il/inter.html
On this site, one Yoram Mayorek has kindly made available Inter-war Polish
Telephone Directories 1939. All you have to do is email him:
mayorek@... and request the name as per his instruction.

However, now that I have the address, I want to find out more abotu Dr.
Hermann Grossnass zl and also what happened to him during the war! As he
was a Doctor, he might have studied at a medical college in Lemberg. Does
anyone know of a Medical School in Lemberg during the 20's?
Thank you for your response
Sheila Grossnass
Researching: GROSSNASS (GROSNAS); Galicia - Swistelniki, Bolschwetz,
Bukacowce, Lemberg, Morshin Struj etc: SCHUMER - Stryj, Rohatyn, Podhajce,
Bolschwetz , Lemberg, etc. KRANZ (KRANC)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Dr. Hermann Grossnass zl #galicia

Sheila GROSSNASS <s@...>
 

bsd
In my search for a record of Dr. Hermann Grossnass zl who had a Medical
Practice in Lvov (Lemberg) and also ran a clinic at a health Spa in Morshin
Struj during the summer months, I managed to find his address in Lemberg in
1939.
I did this via http://www.research.co.il/inter.html
On this site, one Yoram Mayorek has kindly made available Inter-war Polish
Telephone Directories 1939. All you have to do is email him:
mayorek@... and request the name as per his instruction.

However, now that I have the address, I want to find out more abotu Dr.
Hermann Grossnass zl and also what happened to him during the war! As he
was a Doctor, he might have studied at a medical college in Lemberg. Does
anyone know of a Medical School in Lemberg during the 20's?
Thank you for your response
Sheila Grossnass
Researching: GROSSNASS (GROSNAS); Galicia - Swistelniki, Bolschwetz,
Bukacowce, Lemberg, Morshin Struj etc: SCHUMER - Stryj, Rohatyn, Podhajce,
Bolschwetz , Lemberg, etc. KRANZ (KRANC)


Oil industry in Galicia #galicia

GreGG <gregg@...>
 

Dear Galitzianers,

due to general demand, here comes the summary of an article I have found
in Polish, as a foretaste to the promised history of industry in
Galicia.


----------------------------------------------------------------

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE OIL INDUSTRY IN GALICIA

The natural exhalations of crude oil have been utilized in Poland as
early as in the 13th century. They occurred mostly in the area which
later became known as Galicia, in the south-eastern part of Poland.

In the 19th century, people began to dig pits and wells in order to
extrude oil >from the ground, thus because of the low demand on oil
rather simple and manual, not much sophisticated methods were used.

However, the innovations of the second half of the 19th century resulted
in radical changes.

In 1853, in Lwow, a pharmacist Ignacy Lukasiewicz has obtained petroleum
out of crude oil in the process of distillation, and designed the
world's first petroleum lamp.

Petroleum lamps quickly became very popular not only in Poland, but also
around the world.

Lukasiewicz opened the world's first 'rock oil' mine in Bobrka in 1854,
soon after this, he was one of the founders of the world's premier oil
extracting company.

According to Szczesny Morawski, the world's first oil field in Bobrka,
"... awakened life hitherto unknown, and opened a little God's world
that was never before, the little world of miner's toil". The wells were
sunk manually, with shovel and pick. The cross-section of such hand-dug
well was a square, usually 1.2 D7 1.2 meters, and its walls were lined
with beams. It was equipped with a winch to lower the diggers and remove
the soil. Some inventive fans were used to supply the fresh air and
prevent the action of toxic gases. Initially, such wells were sunk up to
15 meters, then 60 meters. One of them, named Izydor, reached astounding
150 meters. Until year 1868, Bobrka had 60 hand-dug wells - two of them
Franek and Janina, still exist.

It was however right about time to innovate the extraction methods,
since the demand for oil in the industry was growing rapidly. The miners
were forced to search for oil in greater depths, and to improve the
methods and devices used for searching for oil.

Ignacy Lukasiewicz managed the oil field in such a way that any
innovation was welcome. It was not long before the spade and the pickaxe
were substituted with a drill bit on rods and a free-fall drilling
apparatus. It was a manually operated percussion-type drilling device,
brought by Lukasiewicz >from Austria. Further improvements by Henryk
Walter made possible the drillings as deep as 200-250 meters and to
contain the down-hole water. The production was booming. In 1870, Albert
Fauck arrived to Bobrka and introduced the cable drilling. In 1872 the
manual drill force was superseded by the steam engine.

The time had come when Lukasiewicz - the founder of the Bobrka oil field
and the nearby refinery in Chorkowka (1873) - had to retire, and to hand
his duties over to someone else. And again, both the way he did it and
the man he chosen as his successor, tell us much about his wisdom and
character. In 1879, Lukasiewicz hired a pharmacist, Adolf Jablonski, and
after two-year practical experience, sent him to the United States to
study geology, physics and chemistry. Jablonski - then a high class
specialist - returned home, and until his death in 1887, was busy with
implementing in Bobrka his overseas know-how. He also published a book
Oil Drilling and Production and other papers. The premature death (1882)
of Lukasiewicz was a great loss to Polish oil industry. Yet, the oil
field he had created was vibrant with oilmen's activity and the country
was receiving an ample stream of oil, as he had intended. Following
Adolf Jablonski, eng. Zenon Suszycki took over as the director of Bobrka
oil field. He introduced the Canadian drilling method and a waterproof
casing to cope with water.

The years 1883-1884 mark the turning point of Galicia's oil industry.
The Canadian William Henry MacGarvey arrived and introduced the Canadian
hammer-drilling method, which had been later improved by Polish
engineers and was known as the 'Galician method'. This improvement has
contributed to the intensification of search and drilling activities on
the whole territory of Galicia.

In 1893, the field became the property of W. H. MacGarvey and later on
of the Galician-Carpathian Petroleum Society.

In 1896, MacGarvey discovers one of the richest deposits in Galicia - in
the area of Boryslaw.

The number of oil enterprises and companies is rising rapidly. In March
1896, there were more than 210 pits and wells all over Galicia, 184 of
them operated with the Canadian/Galician method. At the same time, 156
oil companies were active on the market, 129 of them local, 8 Austrian
and German, 7 British and American, 5 Belgian and Dutch, 5 French and 2
Hungarian.

Among the best known enterprises in the year 1908 were:

a.. The Galician-Carpathian Oil Joint-Stock Company (owned by MacGarvey)
b.. "Schodnica" Oil Joint-Stock Company
c.. "Galicia" Oil Joint-Stock Company
d.. 1st Galician Joint-Stock Company
e.. Oil Industry Joint-Stock Company

The well-known oil industrialists of that time were Mikucki, Perutz,
Angerman, Machor, Dlugosz, Szujski, Perkins, MacIntosh, Wolski,
Odrzywolski, Szczepankowski, Stawiarski, Klobassa and many others.

The oil production in Galicia is growing rapidly: >from 51 thousand tons
in the year 1883 to more than 2 million tons in 1909. Galicia was then
the third largest oil producer after the USA and Russia.

Parallel to the development of the oil extracting industry, the refinery
industry was also developing rapidly. Lukasiewicz started his first
distillery/refinery in Ulaszowice in 1856. More distilleries emerge near
the oil wells around Boryslaw and Drohobycz, but also Krosno, Jaslo,
Gorlice, Limanowa. The main products were mostly petroleum and grease.

These relatively small refineries did not manage to meet the growing
demand of the market and soon they were replaced by large refineries
built with foreign capital such as:

a.. "Fanto" in Ustrzyki Dolne, 1885
b.. "Glimar" in Glinik Mariampolski, 1886
c.. "Jaslo" in Nieglowice, 18882
d.. "Jedlicze" in Borek, 1889
e.. "Czechowice" in Czechowice-Dziedzice, 1905
f.. "Trzebinia" in Trzebinia, 1905
g.. "Polmin" in Drohobycz, 1909.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Oil industry in Galicia #galicia

GreGG <gregg@...>
 

Dear Galitzianers,

due to general demand, here comes the summary of an article I have found
in Polish, as a foretaste to the promised history of industry in
Galicia.


----------------------------------------------------------------

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE OIL INDUSTRY IN GALICIA

The natural exhalations of crude oil have been utilized in Poland as
early as in the 13th century. They occurred mostly in the area which
later became known as Galicia, in the south-eastern part of Poland.

In the 19th century, people began to dig pits and wells in order to
extrude oil >from the ground, thus because of the low demand on oil
rather simple and manual, not much sophisticated methods were used.

However, the innovations of the second half of the 19th century resulted
in radical changes.

In 1853, in Lwow, a pharmacist Ignacy Lukasiewicz has obtained petroleum
out of crude oil in the process of distillation, and designed the
world's first petroleum lamp.

Petroleum lamps quickly became very popular not only in Poland, but also
around the world.

Lukasiewicz opened the world's first 'rock oil' mine in Bobrka in 1854,
soon after this, he was one of the founders of the world's premier oil
extracting company.

According to Szczesny Morawski, the world's first oil field in Bobrka,
"... awakened life hitherto unknown, and opened a little God's world
that was never before, the little world of miner's toil". The wells were
sunk manually, with shovel and pick. The cross-section of such hand-dug
well was a square, usually 1.2 D7 1.2 meters, and its walls were lined
with beams. It was equipped with a winch to lower the diggers and remove
the soil. Some inventive fans were used to supply the fresh air and
prevent the action of toxic gases. Initially, such wells were sunk up to
15 meters, then 60 meters. One of them, named Izydor, reached astounding
150 meters. Until year 1868, Bobrka had 60 hand-dug wells - two of them
Franek and Janina, still exist.

It was however right about time to innovate the extraction methods,
since the demand for oil in the industry was growing rapidly. The miners
were forced to search for oil in greater depths, and to improve the
methods and devices used for searching for oil.

Ignacy Lukasiewicz managed the oil field in such a way that any
innovation was welcome. It was not long before the spade and the pickaxe
were substituted with a drill bit on rods and a free-fall drilling
apparatus. It was a manually operated percussion-type drilling device,
brought by Lukasiewicz >from Austria. Further improvements by Henryk
Walter made possible the drillings as deep as 200-250 meters and to
contain the down-hole water. The production was booming. In 1870, Albert
Fauck arrived to Bobrka and introduced the cable drilling. In 1872 the
manual drill force was superseded by the steam engine.

The time had come when Lukasiewicz - the founder of the Bobrka oil field
and the nearby refinery in Chorkowka (1873) - had to retire, and to hand
his duties over to someone else. And again, both the way he did it and
the man he chosen as his successor, tell us much about his wisdom and
character. In 1879, Lukasiewicz hired a pharmacist, Adolf Jablonski, and
after two-year practical experience, sent him to the United States to
study geology, physics and chemistry. Jablonski - then a high class
specialist - returned home, and until his death in 1887, was busy with
implementing in Bobrka his overseas know-how. He also published a book
Oil Drilling and Production and other papers. The premature death (1882)
of Lukasiewicz was a great loss to Polish oil industry. Yet, the oil
field he had created was vibrant with oilmen's activity and the country
was receiving an ample stream of oil, as he had intended. Following
Adolf Jablonski, eng. Zenon Suszycki took over as the director of Bobrka
oil field. He introduced the Canadian drilling method and a waterproof
casing to cope with water.

The years 1883-1884 mark the turning point of Galicia's oil industry.
The Canadian William Henry MacGarvey arrived and introduced the Canadian
hammer-drilling method, which had been later improved by Polish
engineers and was known as the 'Galician method'. This improvement has
contributed to the intensification of search and drilling activities on
the whole territory of Galicia.

In 1893, the field became the property of W. H. MacGarvey and later on
of the Galician-Carpathian Petroleum Society.

In 1896, MacGarvey discovers one of the richest deposits in Galicia - in
the area of Boryslaw.

The number of oil enterprises and companies is rising rapidly. In March
1896, there were more than 210 pits and wells all over Galicia, 184 of
them operated with the Canadian/Galician method. At the same time, 156
oil companies were active on the market, 129 of them local, 8 Austrian
and German, 7 British and American, 5 Belgian and Dutch, 5 French and 2
Hungarian.

Among the best known enterprises in the year 1908 were:

a.. The Galician-Carpathian Oil Joint-Stock Company (owned by MacGarvey)
b.. "Schodnica" Oil Joint-Stock Company
c.. "Galicia" Oil Joint-Stock Company
d.. 1st Galician Joint-Stock Company
e.. Oil Industry Joint-Stock Company

The well-known oil industrialists of that time were Mikucki, Perutz,
Angerman, Machor, Dlugosz, Szujski, Perkins, MacIntosh, Wolski,
Odrzywolski, Szczepankowski, Stawiarski, Klobassa and many others.

The oil production in Galicia is growing rapidly: >from 51 thousand tons
in the year 1883 to more than 2 million tons in 1909. Galicia was then
the third largest oil producer after the USA and Russia.

Parallel to the development of the oil extracting industry, the refinery
industry was also developing rapidly. Lukasiewicz started his first
distillery/refinery in Ulaszowice in 1856. More distilleries emerge near
the oil wells around Boryslaw and Drohobycz, but also Krosno, Jaslo,
Gorlice, Limanowa. The main products were mostly petroleum and grease.

These relatively small refineries did not manage to meet the growing
demand of the market and soon they were replaced by large refineries
built with foreign capital such as:

a.. "Fanto" in Ustrzyki Dolne, 1885
b.. "Glimar" in Glinik Mariampolski, 1886
c.. "Jaslo" in Nieglowice, 18882
d.. "Jedlicze" in Borek, 1889
e.. "Czechowice" in Czechowice-Dziedzice, 1905
f.. "Trzebinia" in Trzebinia, 1905
g.. "Polmin" in Drohobycz, 1909.


Fw: Tarnipo and Rebiez #galicia

shana green <charna18@...>
 

Hi all.
would anyone know if there was a Tarnipol ghetto?
would anyone know where Rebiez was and is to day?
would anyone know where Vielka Oche/Ocze in Galicia was?
would anyone know if there is a list of names >from the Tarnapol camp and
Belsec camp.
I just received information >from Yad Vashem and these
places were listed for members of my family were they were seen last.All
were born in Cieszanow,some lived as adults in Lvov and Cieszanow. WW2
came and many perished either in any of the above places or in Belsec
camp.
kind regards
shana[Szuster]green
Looking for Szuster/Schuster/Druker/miller or Muller/Goldberg all >from
cieszanow.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Fw: Tarnipo and Rebiez #galicia

shana green <charna18@...>
 

Hi all.
would anyone know if there was a Tarnipol ghetto?
would anyone know where Rebiez was and is to day?
would anyone know where Vielka Oche/Ocze in Galicia was?
would anyone know if there is a list of names >from the Tarnapol camp and
Belsec camp.
I just received information >from Yad Vashem and these
places were listed for members of my family were they were seen last.All
were born in Cieszanow,some lived as adults in Lvov and Cieszanow. WW2
came and many perished either in any of the above places or in Belsec
camp.
kind regards
shana[Szuster]green
Looking for Szuster/Schuster/Druker/miller or Muller/Goldberg all >from
cieszanow.


Mogilev #belarus

Alex Friedman <Alex_Friedman@...>
 

Shalom, dear Friends!

If you are interesting in the genealogical research in Mogilev or
Mogilev are, you can contact me.

With Best regards,

Alex Friedman


Searching Grozovo, Reingold surname #belarus

Elina Smirnova <smirnova-elina@...>
 

Dear Genners
I am interested in any information about mestechko Grozovo, 80 km from
Minsk. I am searching for surname REINGOLD, connected with that place and
Minsk. Other surnames connected with that family by marriges are :
KRAVCHUK, MULIN, LOBANOV, IOFFE . Did anybody of you search for Grozovo?
Would you share your experience or just thoughts how to start?
Thank you in advance.
Elina Smirnova
Saint-Petersburg


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching Grozovo, Reingold surname #belarus

Elina Smirnova <smirnova-elina@...>
 

Dear Genners
I am interested in any information about mestechko Grozovo, 80 km from
Minsk. I am searching for surname REINGOLD, connected with that place and
Minsk. Other surnames connected with that family by marriges are :
KRAVCHUK, MULIN, LOBANOV, IOFFE . Did anybody of you search for Grozovo?
Would you share your experience or just thoughts how to start?
Thank you in advance.
Elina Smirnova
Saint-Petersburg


Belarus SIG #Belarus Mogilev #belarus

Alex Friedman <Alex_Friedman@...>
 

Shalom, dear Friends!

If you are interesting in the genealogical research in Mogilev or
Mogilev are, you can contact me.

With Best regards,

Alex Friedman