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Re: Bukovina - district or village(s)/shtetls #general

jerome schatten
 

Alan... A Google search on Bukovina (Bukowina) will tell you more than you
ever wanted to know about this part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. As
regards Artur Kolnik, the painter and jiddishist, he was born April 06, 1890
in Stanislawow, Galicia, lived in Czernowitz, Bukovina between 1918 and
1931, and died in Paris, France in 1972,

See the Czernowitz-L website at http://members.shaw.ca/czernowitz/ that's
where the above information came from.

Best,
Jerome Schatten - webperson for Czernowitz-L
Vancouver, Canada


"AK" <alan.kolnik@add-an-n-before-the-dot-verizo.net> wrote in message
I have been researching Bukovina and am a bit confused - was it/is it a
general area, like a district, or were there several villages and shtetls
as per Mapquest called Bukovina - or both? Which, if any, were inhabited by
Jews, specifically the painter Artur Kolnik?
Rgds
Alan Kolnik
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Bukovina - district or village(s)/shtetls #general

jerome schatten
 

Alan... A Google search on Bukovina (Bukowina) will tell you more than you
ever wanted to know about this part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. As
regards Artur Kolnik, the painter and jiddishist, he was born April 06, 1890
in Stanislawow, Galicia, lived in Czernowitz, Bukovina between 1918 and
1931, and died in Paris, France in 1972,

See the Czernowitz-L website at http://members.shaw.ca/czernowitz/ that's
where the above information came from.

Best,
Jerome Schatten - webperson for Czernowitz-L
Vancouver, Canada


"AK" <alan.kolnik@add-an-n-before-the-dot-verizo.net> wrote in message
I have been researching Bukovina and am a bit confused - was it/is it a
general area, like a district, or were there several villages and shtetls
as per Mapquest called Bukovina - or both? Which, if any, were inhabited by
Jews, specifically the painter Artur Kolnik?
Rgds
Alan Kolnik
Remove add-an-n-before-the-dot- and add an "n" after "verizo" to the
address below:


Yom ha Shoah and VE Day Concerts in the UK - May 2005 #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Sadly we have few, if any, SIG members in the {UK}
Midlands. Nevertheless, I am sure we all wish our
member Jacqueline Bowen Cole every success with her
two concerts this week entitled "Homage to Szymon
Laks":

Beth Shalom Holocaust Memorial Centre in Nottingham at
7.15pm on Thursday 5 May, 2005

Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire in
association with Birmingham City Council and
Representative Council of Birmingham and Midland
Jewry, Sunday 8 May 2005 at 7.30pm

Jewish ex-servicemen in Birmingham West Midlands
will benefit >from the concerts.

For the full programme, please see "Events" in:

http://www.viktorullmannfoundation.org.uk/

Jacqueline is a tireless exponent of the music of
composers who suffered in the holocaust, especially
Viktor Ullmann. She founded the Viktor Ullmann
Foundation UK in 2002. Its purpose is to honour,
celebrate and remember the life, courage and genius of
the composer and pupil of Arnold Schoenberg, and his
fellow artists and musicians in the Theresienstadt
(Terezín) ghetto. This will be achieved through
concerts, festivals, cabaret, lectures, Holocaust
education and film.

Celia Male [UK]


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Yom ha Shoah and VE Day Concerts in the UK - May 2005 #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Sadly we have few, if any, SIG members in the {UK}
Midlands. Nevertheless, I am sure we all wish our
member Jacqueline Bowen Cole every success with her
two concerts this week entitled "Homage to Szymon
Laks":

Beth Shalom Holocaust Memorial Centre in Nottingham at
7.15pm on Thursday 5 May, 2005

Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire in
association with Birmingham City Council and
Representative Council of Birmingham and Midland
Jewry, Sunday 8 May 2005 at 7.30pm

Jewish ex-servicemen in Birmingham West Midlands
will benefit >from the concerts.

For the full programme, please see "Events" in:

http://www.viktorullmannfoundation.org.uk/

Jacqueline is a tireless exponent of the music of
composers who suffered in the holocaust, especially
Viktor Ullmann. She founded the Viktor Ullmann
Foundation UK in 2002. Its purpose is to honour,
celebrate and remember the life, courage and genius of
the composer and pupil of Arnold Schoenberg, and his
fellow artists and musicians in the Theresienstadt
(Terezín) ghetto. This will be achieved through
concerts, festivals, cabaret, lectures, Holocaust
education and film.

Celia Male [UK]


The Familianten law; one more thing #austria-czech

Florence & Henry Wellisch <kelwel@...>
 

In the Gold book on Moravia there is also a very interesting and informative
article on Moravian Jewry by Dr. Theodor Haas, entitled Statistical
Observation on the Jewish Population of Moravia in the Past and Present. In
this article Dr. Haas discusses also the introduction of the family law by
Emperor Karl VI, and states the following:

Thus, according to a court rescript of Emperor Karl VI, dated July 31, 1725,
the admission of Jews in places were they were not resident was punishable
by a fine of 1000 Ducats, and it established the highest number
[Hoechstzahl] of "systematised" [ "systematisierten"] families at 5106.
With a court decree dated Sept. 25, 1726 and made known on Oct. 24, 1726 the
marrying [Verehelichung] of Jews was only permitted, insofar that only the
eldest son after the death of the father could enter into a valid marriage
and in this way after the death of his father received his "family site"
["Familienstelle"].

Frankly I did not know that the eldest son in the family could get married
only after the death of his father and I was quite shocked to read this.
I assume the Jews of the day found ways to get around this.

Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech The Familianten law; one more thing #austria-czech

Florence & Henry Wellisch <kelwel@...>
 

In the Gold book on Moravia there is also a very interesting and informative
article on Moravian Jewry by Dr. Theodor Haas, entitled Statistical
Observation on the Jewish Population of Moravia in the Past and Present. In
this article Dr. Haas discusses also the introduction of the family law by
Emperor Karl VI, and states the following:

Thus, according to a court rescript of Emperor Karl VI, dated July 31, 1725,
the admission of Jews in places were they were not resident was punishable
by a fine of 1000 Ducats, and it established the highest number
[Hoechstzahl] of "systematised" [ "systematisierten"] families at 5106.
With a court decree dated Sept. 25, 1726 and made known on Oct. 24, 1726 the
marrying [Verehelichung] of Jews was only permitted, insofar that only the
eldest son after the death of the father could enter into a valid marriage
and in this way after the death of his father received his "family site"
["Familienstelle"].

Frankly I did not know that the eldest son in the family could get married
only after the death of his father and I was quite shocked to read this.
I assume the Jews of the day found ways to get around this.

Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Modern equivalents of pre 2nd world war street names Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary) #austria-czech

Fred Weil <fredw@...>
 

I am trying to find a way of locating the modern equivalents of pre
2nd world war street names in Karlsbad (now Karlovy Vary) in what is
now the Czech Republic.

Does anyone know of a source of pre war street maps or indexes listing
the old and new names of the streets.

In particular I am looking for

Eduard Knolls Str. Karlsbad
Richard Wagner Str. Karlsbad

Fred Weil
fredw@fred1.demon.co.uk
Brookmans Park
Hertfordshire
United Kingdom


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Modern equivalents of pre 2nd world war street names Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary) #austria-czech

Fred Weil <fredw@...>
 

I am trying to find a way of locating the modern equivalents of pre
2nd world war street names in Karlsbad (now Karlovy Vary) in what is
now the Czech Republic.

Does anyone know of a source of pre war street maps or indexes listing
the old and new names of the streets.

In particular I am looking for

Eduard Knolls Str. Karlsbad
Richard Wagner Str. Karlsbad

Fred Weil
fredw@fred1.demon.co.uk
Brookmans Park
Hertfordshire
United Kingdom


VM6004/5/6:Translations from German or Yiddish #austria-czech

Stephanie Weiner <laguna@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I hope you will be kind enough to help with a translation >from 2
postcards sent to Vienna in 1916. I'm not sure whether the language is
German or Yiddish. The back of one of the postcards may be neither of
those languages.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/VM6004 is the back of a postcard sent
in 1916 >from Oscar Singer in Gleichenberg to Clara Singer in Vienna.


http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/VM6005 is the front of that postcard.
There is writing across the top that I hope is sufficiently legible for
translation. The photo is of Oscar's two daughters, Helena and Mathilda.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/VM6006 is the back of a second
poscard sent by Lusia Singer in Gleichenberg to Clara Singer in Vienna.

Is anyone familiar enough with Vienna to know where Wehlistrasse 220/12
would be located?

Does anyone know of or recognize any of these folks? I believe they were
summering in Gleichenberg, but lived in Drogobych.

Thank you all in advance for your generous assistance.

Stephanie Weiner
San Diego, CA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech VM6004/5/6:Translations from German or Yiddish #austria-czech

Stephanie Weiner <laguna@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I hope you will be kind enough to help with a translation >from 2
postcards sent to Vienna in 1916. I'm not sure whether the language is
German or Yiddish. The back of one of the postcards may be neither of
those languages.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/VM6004 is the back of a postcard sent
in 1916 >from Oscar Singer in Gleichenberg to Clara Singer in Vienna.


http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/VM6005 is the front of that postcard.
There is writing across the top that I hope is sufficiently legible for
translation. The photo is of Oscar's two daughters, Helena and Mathilda.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/VM6006 is the back of a second
poscard sent by Lusia Singer in Gleichenberg to Clara Singer in Vienna.

Is anyone familiar enough with Vienna to know where Wehlistrasse 220/12
would be located?

Does anyone know of or recognize any of these folks? I believe they were
summering in Gleichenberg, but lived in Drogobych.

Thank you all in advance for your generous assistance.

Stephanie Weiner
San Diego, CA


Reminder from JewishGen #austria-czech

Sharla Levine <austriaczech@...>
 

JewishGen V.P. Carol Skydell has asked that the following gentle
reminder be sent to all SIG mailing list subscribers:

In joining this private mailing list, you acknowledge that you will
not copy any messages posted and send them off to other lists to which you
may be subscribed. Each subscriber has the right to expect their privacy
will be observed by other members and that e-mail address and shared
information or comments posted to this mailing list will not turn up in
other forums.

Please respect the privacy of the list and your fellow subscribers.

Thanks,
Sharla Levine
Austria-Czech SIG Coordinator


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Reminder from JewishGen #austria-czech

Sharla Levine <austriaczech@...>
 

JewishGen V.P. Carol Skydell has asked that the following gentle
reminder be sent to all SIG mailing list subscribers:

In joining this private mailing list, you acknowledge that you will
not copy any messages posted and send them off to other lists to which you
may be subscribed. Each subscriber has the right to expect their privacy
will be observed by other members and that e-mail address and shared
information or comments posted to this mailing list will not turn up in
other forums.

Please respect the privacy of the list and your fellow subscribers.

Thanks,
Sharla Levine
Austria-Czech SIG Coordinator


Litvaks in Holland #lithuania

steven weiss <szome@...>
 

I entered "Lithuania" as a search term on the following database and the
following results were produced. Further information on some of the persons
is available on the inter-active site:

Digital Monument to the Jewish Community in the Netherlands

http://www.joodsmonument.nl


Michel Parzenczewski »
Wladislawow, 10th July 1868
Amsterdam, 3rd May 1943

Joselis Rachmelis »
Mazeikia, 10th February 1908
Auschwitz, 30th September 1942

Max Stern »
Mariampol, 24th May 1888
Auschwitz, 17th September 1943

Isidor Sternberg »
Mariampol, 10th June 1871
Sobibor, 23rd July 1943

Bernhard Melamed »
Séda, 19th January 1898
Auschwitz, 31st January 1943

Szaja Abram Bornsztajn »
Wladislawow, 22nd December 1899
Auschwitz, 31st March 1944

Juditha Koltum-Nichamowski »
Mariampol, 12th September 1899
Sobibor, 23rd July 1943

Sanna Brenner-Sindler »
Kowna, 20th January 1862
Auschwitz, 25th January 1943

Sjloema Meier Sjer »
Lukniki, 18th June 1879
Sobibor, 4th June 1943

Feiga van Gelder-Rufaite »
Mariampol, 29th September 1904
Auschwitz, 29th July 1942

Weduwe Pesja Katz-Novoselok »
Daugavpils, 18th May 1905
Sobibor, 4th June 1943

Weduwe Minna Schwarz-Olschwanger »
Tauroggen, 8th September 1875
Sobibor, 21st May 1943

Weduwe Lina Kopelman-Schapiro »
Plumjan, 6th June 1865
Birkenau, 25th January 1943

Weduwe Berta Minna Rothschild-Hochland »
Wystiten, 25th March 1881
Sobibor, 23rd July 1943


Steven Weiss
Chicago


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Litvaks in Holland #lithuania

steven weiss <szome@...>
 

I entered "Lithuania" as a search term on the following database and the
following results were produced. Further information on some of the persons
is available on the inter-active site:

Digital Monument to the Jewish Community in the Netherlands

http://www.joodsmonument.nl


Michel Parzenczewski »
Wladislawow, 10th July 1868
Amsterdam, 3rd May 1943

Joselis Rachmelis »
Mazeikia, 10th February 1908
Auschwitz, 30th September 1942

Max Stern »
Mariampol, 24th May 1888
Auschwitz, 17th September 1943

Isidor Sternberg »
Mariampol, 10th June 1871
Sobibor, 23rd July 1943

Bernhard Melamed »
Séda, 19th January 1898
Auschwitz, 31st January 1943

Szaja Abram Bornsztajn »
Wladislawow, 22nd December 1899
Auschwitz, 31st March 1944

Juditha Koltum-Nichamowski »
Mariampol, 12th September 1899
Sobibor, 23rd July 1943

Sanna Brenner-Sindler »
Kowna, 20th January 1862
Auschwitz, 25th January 1943

Sjloema Meier Sjer »
Lukniki, 18th June 1879
Sobibor, 4th June 1943

Feiga van Gelder-Rufaite »
Mariampol, 29th September 1904
Auschwitz, 29th July 1942

Weduwe Pesja Katz-Novoselok »
Daugavpils, 18th May 1905
Sobibor, 4th June 1943

Weduwe Minna Schwarz-Olschwanger »
Tauroggen, 8th September 1875
Sobibor, 21st May 1943

Weduwe Lina Kopelman-Schapiro »
Plumjan, 6th June 1865
Birkenau, 25th January 1943

Weduwe Berta Minna Rothschild-Hochland »
Wystiten, 25th March 1881
Sobibor, 23rd July 1943


Steven Weiss
Chicago


Error in Posting - Viewmate #5985 #poland

Gary Blatt <garyblatt@...>
 

Somehow a mistake was made in posting my image for translation. My
previous message requesting translation of Viewmate document 5985 is
incorrect. I have never seen that document before. Hopefully they will
fix the error and post the correct image. In the meantime, I do not
require any translation of Viewmate document 5985.
Sorry,
Gary Blatt
Alexandria, VA USA


JRI Poland #Poland Error in Posting - Viewmate #5985 #poland

Gary Blatt <garyblatt@...>
 

Somehow a mistake was made in posting my image for translation. My
previous message requesting translation of Viewmate document 5985 is
incorrect. I have never seen that document before. Hopefully they will
fix the error and post the correct image. In the meantime, I do not
require any translation of Viewmate document 5985.
Sorry,
Gary Blatt
Alexandria, VA USA


Photo of Grave Stone Needed, Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Queens, NY - Help #general

Rubin and Litman <brubin@...>
 

Desperately need photo of grave stones in Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Queens, NY

I need to be able to read/copy the Hebrew inscriptions on both.

Samuel Horowitz Section A, Block 18, Row 4, Grave# 4
Herman/Hyman Horowitz Section A, Block 18, Row 2, Grave# 24

These burials are in the Lida Bruder Furein group.

Digital Photos would be best so you can e-mail them.

Mount Carmel Cemetery
83-45 Cypress Hills Street at Cooper Avenue
Glendale 11385
Queens County
New York USA
718-366-5900


Why I need these photos as soon as possible:


My mom died this summer and while writing up her grave stone
inscription, I took out my grandparents ketubah to get the correct
Hebrew spelling of my grandfathers name.

Much to my surprise, my grandfathers name on the ketubah was different
from the name I had been told was his my whole life. I am named
after him.

To clarify what his name is, I need to see the Hebrew on his
grave stone and the stone of his son (my uncle) who died while my
grandfather was alive.

I was told my grandpas name was Zelig Velvel. On his ketubah, his name is
written, Zelig Zev Wolf. Velvel is a diminutive for the Yiddish
name Wolf. Zev is the Hebrew equivalent of Wolf.

I need to get the name so we can get the stone done to have
my moms unveiling as soon as possible.

Thanks so much for your help.

Sincerely,

-Bill Rubin
Arlington, MA
brubin@theworld.com

Lida - CHIGOROVICH, FURMAN, GORAVICH, HOROWITZ,SCHRIBER, SKOLNICK,
WOLCHUCK, LEARNER Vasilishki- KOSHINEVSKY/KOSCHETZINEVSKY, CHIGOROVICH,
HOROWITZ, BERNSTEIN Zeludock - KOSHINEVSKY /KOSCHETZINEVSKY,
Eishishok - SCHRIBER, FINESCHRIBER, SKOLNICK, BERNSTEIN
Seliba, Belarus - RUBINCHIK, NISHNEVITZ, KOOSHUK
Igumen/Chervon, Belarus - RUBINCHIK, NISHNEVITZ, POLISHUK

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Breast Cancer gene and genealogy research #lithuania

Shelly Crane
 

Dear Fellow Genealogists,

I have been doing genealogy research for many different reasons. One in
particular is to search for relatives who might also have the same genetic
mutation that I've inherited >from my mother: the Breast Cancer-1 gene and
specifically the 185delAG mutation. Breast, ovarian and prostate cancer
are the most likely types of cancer that occur with this gene. It appears
that this common mutation has been found among the Ashkenazi Jewish
population and presumably originated >from a single ancestor many moons ago!

With that said, if you have this specific gene mutation and/or a family
history of these cancers, it would be great to compare notes and perhaps
find our ancestral links, particularly if we share common surnames...
see below.

My maternal relatives lived in the Suwalki-Lomza area of Poland, but who
knows where they originated 200-300 years ago and beyond. Consequently,
I'm posting this in more than one sig digest.

Please respond privately.

Shelly Crane
crzprncess@aol.com

The following are some of the surnames in my mother's family tree.
ALEXANDROWICZ, BARANOWICZ, BRZOZA, BUGAJSKI, BUKOWICZ,
CYPKOWSKI, CZAPNICKI, DANOWSKI, DAWIDOWICZ, DOMB, FAJNTUCH,
FINKIELSZTEYN, FORSZTADT, FRAJND/FROYD, FROMSEN, GABELMAN,
GARBARSKY, GOROWSKI/GURLOWSKI, GRUBAVITS, HERZSON, HOROWICZ,
HORUSZ, JAKUBINSKI, KOBRANSKI, KOWNACKI, KRASZEWSKI, LANGUS,
LIBERMAN, LIPOVICH/LIPOWICZ/LIPOFF, LIPSZYC, MICMACHER,
MILEWICZ, MILSZTEJN, NAJMARK, ORKOWSKI, OROWICZ, PERCOWNA,
PIECHOTA, PIENTAK, ROSENSZTEJN, SIEDOROWSKI, SILBERMAN, SZEINKOP,
SZARFSZTEIN, SZTABINSKI, TOCZYLOWSKI, TYCKIEWICZ, WINICKA,
ZLOSTICA, ZYLBERSZTEJN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Photo of Grave Stone Needed, Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Queens, NY - Help #general

Rubin and Litman <brubin@...>
 

Desperately need photo of grave stones in Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Queens, NY

I need to be able to read/copy the Hebrew inscriptions on both.

Samuel Horowitz Section A, Block 18, Row 4, Grave# 4
Herman/Hyman Horowitz Section A, Block 18, Row 2, Grave# 24

These burials are in the Lida Bruder Furein group.

Digital Photos would be best so you can e-mail them.

Mount Carmel Cemetery
83-45 Cypress Hills Street at Cooper Avenue
Glendale 11385
Queens County
New York USA
718-366-5900


Why I need these photos as soon as possible:


My mom died this summer and while writing up her grave stone
inscription, I took out my grandparents ketubah to get the correct
Hebrew spelling of my grandfathers name.

Much to my surprise, my grandfathers name on the ketubah was different
from the name I had been told was his my whole life. I am named
after him.

To clarify what his name is, I need to see the Hebrew on his
grave stone and the stone of his son (my uncle) who died while my
grandfather was alive.

I was told my grandpas name was Zelig Velvel. On his ketubah, his name is
written, Zelig Zev Wolf. Velvel is a diminutive for the Yiddish
name Wolf. Zev is the Hebrew equivalent of Wolf.

I need to get the name so we can get the stone done to have
my moms unveiling as soon as possible.

Thanks so much for your help.

Sincerely,

-Bill Rubin
Arlington, MA
brubin@theworld.com

Lida - CHIGOROVICH, FURMAN, GORAVICH, HOROWITZ,SCHRIBER, SKOLNICK,
WOLCHUCK, LEARNER Vasilishki- KOSHINEVSKY/KOSCHETZINEVSKY, CHIGOROVICH,
HOROWITZ, BERNSTEIN Zeludock - KOSHINEVSKY /KOSCHETZINEVSKY,
Eishishok - SCHRIBER, FINESCHRIBER, SKOLNICK, BERNSTEIN
Seliba, Belarus - RUBINCHIK, NISHNEVITZ, KOOSHUK
Igumen/Chervon, Belarus - RUBINCHIK, NISHNEVITZ, POLISHUK

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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Breast Cancer gene and genealogy research #lithuania

Shelly Crane
 

Dear Fellow Genealogists,

I have been doing genealogy research for many different reasons. One in
particular is to search for relatives who might also have the same genetic
mutation that I've inherited >from my mother: the Breast Cancer-1 gene and
specifically the 185delAG mutation. Breast, ovarian and prostate cancer
are the most likely types of cancer that occur with this gene. It appears
that this common mutation has been found among the Ashkenazi Jewish
population and presumably originated >from a single ancestor many moons ago!

With that said, if you have this specific gene mutation and/or a family
history of these cancers, it would be great to compare notes and perhaps
find our ancestral links, particularly if we share common surnames...
see below.

My maternal relatives lived in the Suwalki-Lomza area of Poland, but who
knows where they originated 200-300 years ago and beyond. Consequently,
I'm posting this in more than one sig digest.

Please respond privately.

Shelly Crane
crzprncess@aol.com

The following are some of the surnames in my mother's family tree.
ALEXANDROWICZ, BARANOWICZ, BRZOZA, BUGAJSKI, BUKOWICZ,
CYPKOWSKI, CZAPNICKI, DANOWSKI, DAWIDOWICZ, DOMB, FAJNTUCH,
FINKIELSZTEYN, FORSZTADT, FRAJND/FROYD, FROMSEN, GABELMAN,
GARBARSKY, GOROWSKI/GURLOWSKI, GRUBAVITS, HERZSON, HOROWICZ,
HORUSZ, JAKUBINSKI, KOBRANSKI, KOWNACKI, KRASZEWSKI, LANGUS,
LIBERMAN, LIPOVICH/LIPOWICZ/LIPOFF, LIPSZYC, MICMACHER,
MILEWICZ, MILSZTEJN, NAJMARK, ORKOWSKI, OROWICZ, PERCOWNA,
PIECHOTA, PIENTAK, ROSENSZTEJN, SIEDOROWSKI, SILBERMAN, SZEINKOP,
SZARFSZTEIN, SZTABINSKI, TOCZYLOWSKI, TYCKIEWICZ, WINICKA,
ZLOSTICA, ZYLBERSZTEJN