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Translation request (Polish) #poland

Gwen Koenigsburg
 

Greetings fellow Poland researchers,
I need as complete a translation as possible of this birth record >from 1862
from Mlawa. It is on JRI-Poland. The direct link is:
http://images.jri-poland.org/e6d259ab8a35/Mlawa_Archives/Mlawa_
moj/1862/_M_1155.jpg

Many thanks to anyone who can help.
Sincerely,
Gwen Koenigsburg
United States

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately


JRI Poland #Poland Translation request (Polish) #poland

Gwen Koenigsburg
 

Greetings fellow Poland researchers,
I need as complete a translation as possible of this birth record >from 1862
from Mlawa. It is on JRI-Poland. The direct link is:
http://images.jri-poland.org/e6d259ab8a35/Mlawa_Archives/Mlawa_
moj/1862/_M_1155.jpg

Many thanks to anyone who can help.
Sincerely,
Gwen Koenigsburg
United States

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately


Attention Galitzianers -- New Data Added to JRI-Poland Online Database #poland

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Fellow Galitzianers:

If you have not recently searched the JRI-Poland online database, now is a
good time.

On behalf of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, I am proud to announce a
major addition of data to the JRI-Poland online database for Galician towns
now in Ukraine.

Earlier this month, just before the IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy in Jerusalem, more than 40,000 index entries were added to the
online database and now freely available for searching. These records were
sourced >from both the AGAD and Przemysl Archives.

These additions covered records up through 1914 for the following towns:

Bobrka
Bolszowce
Boryslaw
Czortkow
Drohobycz
Gologory
Horodenka
Jagielnica
Komarno
Kopyczynce
Kozowa
Mielnica
Nawarya
Olesko
Podwoloczyska
Sambor
Sasow
Skole
Sokal
Sokolowka
Stary Sambor
Stojanow (a new AGAD town)
Stryj
Tarnopol
Winniki
Zabie
Zawalow
Zbaraz
Zloczow
Zolkiew
Zydaczow

In addition, earlier this year the Polish Parliament reduced the privacy
protected period for marriage and death records to 80 years >from 100 years.
Some marriage and death record indices for the period 1915 through 1934 were
included in this upload for the following towns.

Boryslaw
Bukaczowce
Czortkow
Drohobycz
Gologory
Horodenka
Jagielnica
Kozlow
Mikulince
Mosty Wielkie
Rohatyn
Sokolowka
Zalozce
Zydaczow

This was a major upload of new data for Galitzianers to explore and was made
possible by the contribution of interested researchers. A big thank you goes
to JRI-Poland's Database Manager Michael Tobias who is responsible for the
improvements in the Database and the uploading of the data. Also, a big
thank you to Howard Fink and his team of volunteers, who are creating the
exact links to the record images on the AGAD Archive website.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archive Coordinator


JRI Poland #Poland Attention Galitzianers -- New Data Added to JRI-Poland Online Database #poland

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Fellow Galitzianers:

If you have not recently searched the JRI-Poland online database, now is a
good time.

On behalf of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, I am proud to announce a
major addition of data to the JRI-Poland online database for Galician towns
now in Ukraine.

Earlier this month, just before the IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy in Jerusalem, more than 40,000 index entries were added to the
online database and now freely available for searching. These records were
sourced >from both the AGAD and Przemysl Archives.

These additions covered records up through 1914 for the following towns:

Bobrka
Bolszowce
Boryslaw
Czortkow
Drohobycz
Gologory
Horodenka
Jagielnica
Komarno
Kopyczynce
Kozowa
Mielnica
Nawarya
Olesko
Podwoloczyska
Sambor
Sasow
Skole
Sokal
Sokolowka
Stary Sambor
Stojanow (a new AGAD town)
Stryj
Tarnopol
Winniki
Zabie
Zawalow
Zbaraz
Zloczow
Zolkiew
Zydaczow

In addition, earlier this year the Polish Parliament reduced the privacy
protected period for marriage and death records to 80 years >from 100 years.
Some marriage and death record indices for the period 1915 through 1934 were
included in this upload for the following towns.

Boryslaw
Bukaczowce
Czortkow
Drohobycz
Gologory
Horodenka
Jagielnica
Kozlow
Mikulince
Mosty Wielkie
Rohatyn
Sokolowka
Zalozce
Zydaczow

This was a major upload of new data for Galitzianers to explore and was made
possible by the contribution of interested researchers. A big thank you goes
to JRI-Poland's Database Manager Michael Tobias who is responsible for the
improvements in the Database and the uploading of the data. Also, a big
thank you to Howard Fink and his team of volunteers, who are creating the
exact links to the record images on the AGAD Archive website.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archive Coordinator


KANTOROWICZ from Samter, Posen (Now Szamotuly, Poznan, Poland) #germany

Barbara Algaze
 

On Sun, 26 Jan 2014, Roger LUSTIG posted a message regarding the Posen City
Registration Cards. He described them as "images of the residence
registration index cards >from the city of Posen/Poznan. The date range for
these cards is given as 1870-1931. They are of great interest because they
list all the members of a family and give birth dates and places--and
sometimes the names of parents too. Moves, both within Posen/Poznan and
from/to the city are noted.

A friendly correspondent, knowing of my search for the surname KANTOROWICZ
(KANTOROWITZ/KANTOREK) did a cursory search for me and found the following
index cards for KANTOROWICZ >from Samter, Posen (now Szamotuly, Poznan,
Poland), my ancestral town.

Unfortunately, I can not connect my own family to any of these names, but
perhaps another GERsigger can. I offer them up for your use. (see below)

If you want to research the Posen City Registration Cards on your own, they
can be found at:
http://www.online-ofb.de/famlist.php?ofb=juden_nw&b=A&lang=de&modus=

Barbara Algaze, Los Angeles, California Algaze3@gmail.com


1) Louis KANTOROWICZ, 1.11.65, mos. Posen ,
Hannchen nee Lippmann , wife , 24.2.70 in Samter , 3 … son , 18.1.94 ,
4. Paula, daughter , 7.8.98

2) KANTOROWICZ, Louis , 14.9.70 Samter , wife : Röschen, nee Blum ? , died
10.9.05 , Scharfenort,
Heinrich, son, 14.6.64 in Posen , dd 24.4.96

Page 2
Doris , daughter , 9.11.65 Posen , married to … SCHOREK
Max , son, 16.11.67 Posen —- moved to Breslau
Hugo , son 2.7.70 Posen
Siegbart , son, 2.10.73 Posen
Elisabeth , daughter , 25.2. 77

3) ???? KANTOROWICZ merchant´s wife , Samter 24.2.70 , nee LIPPMAN

4) KANTOROWICZ , Johanna, 34.4.91 clerk , Samter —— moved to Breslau
parents : KANTOROWICZ, Isidor und Auguste , nee DAVID.

5) KANTOROWICZ, parents Isidor and Auguste, nee DAVID-
son Siegfried , 13.4.95, Samter

6) KANTOROWICZ, husband : Isidor - Kantorowicz,
Auguste , nee DAVID 14.8.66 in Posen ,
Sidonie , daughter 24.1.90 in Samter ,
Johanna , 23.4.91 daughter, Samter ,
Ludwig, son 5.5.00 Samter

Page 2 Bernhard , son, 5.5.00 Samter ( must be twin brother ?)

7) parents KANTOROWICZ, Isidor and Jenny, nee ASCH.
KANTOROWICZ, Toni , pupil , 24.1.00 Samter , married merchant Martin JACOB
5.2.12

8) KANTOROWICZ, Mirel , nee NORDEN, wife born in Samter


German SIG #Germany KANTOROWICZ from Samter, Posen (Now Szamotuly, Poznan, Poland) #germany

Barbara Algaze
 

On Sun, 26 Jan 2014, Roger LUSTIG posted a message regarding the Posen City
Registration Cards. He described them as "images of the residence
registration index cards >from the city of Posen/Poznan. The date range for
these cards is given as 1870-1931. They are of great interest because they
list all the members of a family and give birth dates and places--and
sometimes the names of parents too. Moves, both within Posen/Poznan and
from/to the city are noted.

A friendly correspondent, knowing of my search for the surname KANTOROWICZ
(KANTOROWITZ/KANTOREK) did a cursory search for me and found the following
index cards for KANTOROWICZ >from Samter, Posen (now Szamotuly, Poznan,
Poland), my ancestral town.

Unfortunately, I can not connect my own family to any of these names, but
perhaps another GERsigger can. I offer them up for your use. (see below)

If you want to research the Posen City Registration Cards on your own, they
can be found at:
http://www.online-ofb.de/famlist.php?ofb=juden_nw&b=A&lang=de&modus=

Barbara Algaze, Los Angeles, California Algaze3@gmail.com


1) Louis KANTOROWICZ, 1.11.65, mos. Posen ,
Hannchen nee Lippmann , wife , 24.2.70 in Samter , 3 … son , 18.1.94 ,
4. Paula, daughter , 7.8.98

2) KANTOROWICZ, Louis , 14.9.70 Samter , wife : Röschen, nee Blum ? , died
10.9.05 , Scharfenort,
Heinrich, son, 14.6.64 in Posen , dd 24.4.96

Page 2
Doris , daughter , 9.11.65 Posen , married to … SCHOREK
Max , son, 16.11.67 Posen —- moved to Breslau
Hugo , son 2.7.70 Posen
Siegbart , son, 2.10.73 Posen
Elisabeth , daughter , 25.2. 77

3) ???? KANTOROWICZ merchant´s wife , Samter 24.2.70 , nee LIPPMAN

4) KANTOROWICZ , Johanna, 34.4.91 clerk , Samter —— moved to Breslau
parents : KANTOROWICZ, Isidor und Auguste , nee DAVID.

5) KANTOROWICZ, parents Isidor and Auguste, nee DAVID-
son Siegfried , 13.4.95, Samter

6) KANTOROWICZ, husband : Isidor - Kantorowicz,
Auguste , nee DAVID 14.8.66 in Posen ,
Sidonie , daughter 24.1.90 in Samter ,
Johanna , 23.4.91 daughter, Samter ,
Ludwig, son 5.5.00 Samter

Page 2 Bernhard , son, 5.5.00 Samter ( must be twin brother ?)

7) parents KANTOROWICZ, Isidor and Jenny, nee ASCH.
KANTOROWICZ, Toni , pupil , 24.1.00 Samter , married merchant Martin JACOB
5.2.12

8) KANTOROWICZ, Mirel , nee NORDEN, wife born in Samter


Romanian Surname HERSCUBURINOVICI #general

Suzanne Butt <avigdor58@...>
 

Hello....

I am trying to find information about my late grandfather's surname.
It was HERSCUBURINOVICI. He came to Britain in the late 1890s approx.,
and was given the surname of "Brown" when passing through Immigration.
A practice which I believe was common at that time.

I have tried several Genealogy Websites with no luck at all.
Unfortunately I don't know >from which town in Romania by grandfather
came. He met my grandmother, who was also >from Romania, in London, I
believe. My grandmother's surname was BLUMENFELDT (again, as with my
grandfather's name, the spelling is variable)

If anyone has any knowledge of HERSCUBURINOVICI, I would be very
interested to learn more,.

Many thanks,

Suzanne Butt
avigdor58@hotmail.co.uk


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Romanian Surname HERSCUBURINOVICI #general

Suzanne Butt <avigdor58@...>
 

Hello....

I am trying to find information about my late grandfather's surname.
It was HERSCUBURINOVICI. He came to Britain in the late 1890s approx.,
and was given the surname of "Brown" when passing through Immigration.
A practice which I believe was common at that time.

I have tried several Genealogy Websites with no luck at all.
Unfortunately I don't know >from which town in Romania by grandfather
came. He met my grandmother, who was also >from Romania, in London, I
believe. My grandmother's surname was BLUMENFELDT (again, as with my
grandfather's name, the spelling is variable)

If anyone has any knowledge of HERSCUBURINOVICI, I would be very
interested to learn more,.

Many thanks,

Suzanne Butt
avigdor58@hotmail.co.uk


Attention Galitzianers -- New Data Added to JRI-Poland Online Database #galicia

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Fellow Galitzianers:

If you have not recently searched the JRI-Poland online database, now
is a good time.

On behalf of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, I am proud to
announce a major addition of data to the JRI-Poland online database
for Galician towns now in Ukraine.

Earlier this month, just before the IAJGS International Conference on
Jewish Genealogy in Jerusalem, more than 40,000 index entries were
added to the online database and now freely available for searching.
These records were sourced >from both the AGAD and Przemysl
Archives.

These additions covered records up through 1914 for the following
towns:

Bobrka
Bolszowce
Boryslaw
Czortkow
Drohobycz
Gologory
Horodenka
Jagielnica
Komarno
Kopyczynce
Kozowa
Mielnica
Nawarya
Olesko
Podwoloczyska
Sambor
Sasow
Skole
Sokal
Sokolowka
Stary Sambor
Stojanow (a new AGAD town)
Stryj
Tarnopol
Winniki
Zabie
Zawalow
Zbaraz
Zloczow
Zolkiew
Zydaczow

In addition, earlier this year the Polish Parliament reduced the privacy
protected period for marriage and death records to 80 years >from 100
years. Some marriage and death record indices for the period 1915
through 1934 were included in this upload for the following towns.

Boryslaw
Bukaczowce
Czortkow
Drohobycz
Gologory
Horodenka
Jagielnica
Kozlow
Mikulince
Mosty Wielkie
Rohatyn
Sokolowka
Zalozce
Zydaczow

This was a major upload of new data for Galitzianers to explore and
was made possible by the contribution of interested researchers. A big
thank you goes to JRI-Poland's Database Manager Michael Tobias who
is responsible for the improvements in the Database and the uploading
of the data. Also, a big thank you to Howard Fink and his team of
volunteers, who are creating the exact links to the record images on
the AGAD Archive website.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archive Coordinator


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Attention Galitzianers -- New Data Added to JRI-Poland Online Database #galicia

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Fellow Galitzianers:

If you have not recently searched the JRI-Poland online database, now
is a good time.

On behalf of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, I am proud to
announce a major addition of data to the JRI-Poland online database
for Galician towns now in Ukraine.

Earlier this month, just before the IAJGS International Conference on
Jewish Genealogy in Jerusalem, more than 40,000 index entries were
added to the online database and now freely available for searching.
These records were sourced >from both the AGAD and Przemysl
Archives.

These additions covered records up through 1914 for the following
towns:

Bobrka
Bolszowce
Boryslaw
Czortkow
Drohobycz
Gologory
Horodenka
Jagielnica
Komarno
Kopyczynce
Kozowa
Mielnica
Nawarya
Olesko
Podwoloczyska
Sambor
Sasow
Skole
Sokal
Sokolowka
Stary Sambor
Stojanow (a new AGAD town)
Stryj
Tarnopol
Winniki
Zabie
Zawalow
Zbaraz
Zloczow
Zolkiew
Zydaczow

In addition, earlier this year the Polish Parliament reduced the privacy
protected period for marriage and death records to 80 years >from 100
years. Some marriage and death record indices for the period 1915
through 1934 were included in this upload for the following towns.

Boryslaw
Bukaczowce
Czortkow
Drohobycz
Gologory
Horodenka
Jagielnica
Kozlow
Mikulince
Mosty Wielkie
Rohatyn
Sokolowka
Zalozce
Zydaczow

This was a major upload of new data for Galitzianers to explore and
was made possible by the contribution of interested researchers. A big
thank you goes to JRI-Poland's Database Manager Michael Tobias who
is responsible for the improvements in the Database and the uploading
of the data. Also, a big thank you to Howard Fink and his team of
volunteers, who are creating the exact links to the record images on
the AGAD Archive website.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archive Coordinator


Shanghai Jewish newspapers and Refugee Museum on line - SITE CITE #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

Shanghai Jewish Newspapers

About 30,000 Jews fleeing Europe during WWll found their way to Shanghai
China due to their "loose" visa requirements. Thanks to both the Leo Baeck
Institute and the Internet Archive, four newspapers are in the
collection-most of the writing is in German, some in English. The four
newspapers are:
Shanghai Jewish Chronicle 1939-1945
https://archive.org/details/shanghaijewishch01unse

S. Z. am Mittag der Shanghai Post. 1939-1940
https://archive.org/details/szammittagdersha00ead

Acht Uhr Abendblatt 1939-1941
https://archive.org/details/achtuhrabendblat00ead

Shanghaier Morgenpost 1941-
https://archive.org/details/shanghaiermorgen00ead

Shanghai Jewish Refugee Museum

About 20,000 of these refugee Jews lived in the Shanghai area known as in
Tilanqiao, the "Designated Area for Stateless Refugees". The area is still
preserved. The Shanghai Jewish Refugee Museum is located at the former site
of Ohel Moshe Synagogue and two exhibition halls. It is an important
component of the "Tilanqiao Historic Area" and serves to commemorate the
phase of history when the Jewish refugees lived in Shanghai.

The Shanghai Jewish Refugee Museum has a database with name, occupation and
address information for many of the refugees. To search the database see:
http://www.shanghaijews.org.cn/english/article/?sid=34

The database is sponsored by the Consulate General of Israel in Shanghai and
built with the donations >from Israeli enterprises

To learn more about the museum see: http://www.shanghaijews.org.cn/english/

Thank you to The Ancestor Hunt for informing us about these two interesting
parts of Jewish history during WWll. See: http://tinyurl.com/na2j77t

Original url:
http://www.theancestorhunt.com/blog/shanghai-jewish-newspapers-during-world-war-2#.VbJul_ntpAH

Jan Meisels Allen, Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


German SIG #Germany Shanghai Jewish newspapers and Refugee Museum on line - SITE CITE #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

Shanghai Jewish Newspapers

About 30,000 Jews fleeing Europe during WWll found their way to Shanghai
China due to their "loose" visa requirements. Thanks to both the Leo Baeck
Institute and the Internet Archive, four newspapers are in the
collection-most of the writing is in German, some in English. The four
newspapers are:
Shanghai Jewish Chronicle 1939-1945
https://archive.org/details/shanghaijewishch01unse

S. Z. am Mittag der Shanghai Post. 1939-1940
https://archive.org/details/szammittagdersha00ead

Acht Uhr Abendblatt 1939-1941
https://archive.org/details/achtuhrabendblat00ead

Shanghaier Morgenpost 1941-
https://archive.org/details/shanghaiermorgen00ead

Shanghai Jewish Refugee Museum

About 20,000 of these refugee Jews lived in the Shanghai area known as in
Tilanqiao, the "Designated Area for Stateless Refugees". The area is still
preserved. The Shanghai Jewish Refugee Museum is located at the former site
of Ohel Moshe Synagogue and two exhibition halls. It is an important
component of the "Tilanqiao Historic Area" and serves to commemorate the
phase of history when the Jewish refugees lived in Shanghai.

The Shanghai Jewish Refugee Museum has a database with name, occupation and
address information for many of the refugees. To search the database see:
http://www.shanghaijews.org.cn/english/article/?sid=34

The database is sponsored by the Consulate General of Israel in Shanghai and
built with the donations >from Israeli enterprises

To learn more about the museum see: http://www.shanghaijews.org.cn/english/

Thank you to The Ancestor Hunt for informing us about these two interesting
parts of Jewish history during WWll. See: http://tinyurl.com/na2j77t

Original url:
http://www.theancestorhunt.com/blog/shanghai-jewish-newspapers-during-world-war-2#.VbJul_ntpAH

Jan Meisels Allen, Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


GerSIG member Judith Elam's speech in Berlin via youtube #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

Further to her posting yesterday regarding the 3rd Stolperstein ceremony on
Thomasiusstrasse, Berlin, to commemorate the street's former Jewish
neighbors, here is the link to the speech Judith Elam gave at the reception
later that evening.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTysaKKHOqA.

This link was omitted >from Judith's message posted yesterday. You can
use it to view and hear her address in Berlin.

Judith Elam has been an active GerSIG member, posting messages to our

Forum since 2008. Her Email address is elamj@hawaii.rr.com .

GerSIG Moderator


German SIG #Germany GerSIG member Judith Elam's speech in Berlin via youtube #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

Further to her posting yesterday regarding the 3rd Stolperstein ceremony on
Thomasiusstrasse, Berlin, to commemorate the street's former Jewish
neighbors, here is the link to the speech Judith Elam gave at the reception
later that evening.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTysaKKHOqA.

This link was omitted >from Judith's message posted yesterday. You can
use it to view and hear her address in Berlin.

Judith Elam has been an active GerSIG member, posting messages to our

Forum since 2008. Her Email address is elamj@hawaii.rr.com .

GerSIG Moderator


Birth Certificate #general

Bella Schwarzberg <bella11j@...>
 

I need to get a copy of a birth certificate for Shlomo SCHWARZBERG,
born in August 10, 1923 in Zamosz, Poland.

Bella Schwarzberg


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Birth Certificate #general

Bella Schwarzberg <bella11j@...>
 

I need to get a copy of a birth certificate for Shlomo SCHWARZBERG,
born in August 10, 1923 in Zamosz, Poland.

Bella Schwarzberg


Searching for A.Y. BERA, Kiev, 1935 #general

Maurine McLellan
 

I am searching for information and/or descendants of A.Y. BERA
(transliteration of Russian name)
Residence in 1935: ul. Borakhova, 24-19, Kiev, Ukraine

This person may either be my great aunt or her husband.

Thank you for your help,
Maurine Bothman McLellan
trmclell@kc.rr.com

Searching: BOTHMAN
BEJACH
FLEISCHER
SACHS


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for A.Y. BERA, Kiev, 1935 #general

Maurine McLellan
 

I am searching for information and/or descendants of A.Y. BERA
(transliteration of Russian name)
Residence in 1935: ul. Borakhova, 24-19, Kiev, Ukraine

This person may either be my great aunt or her husband.

Thank you for your help,
Maurine Bothman McLellan
trmclell@kc.rr.com

Searching: BOTHMAN
BEJACH
FLEISCHER
SACHS


success story #general

Shelley Mitchell
 

Thanks to the recent disclosures >from Copenhagen (Kleinwaks
website, http://genealogyindexer.org, has a search engine that
identifies information in more than 551,000 pages of historical
directories (business, address, telephone, etc., mostly >from
Central and Eastern Europe), 71,000 pages of 155 yizkor books
(memorials to Jewish communities destroyed in the Holocaust),
...) I have been able to verify that my maternal great
grandfather lived at 17 Nowy Swiat. Thanks to the hard work
of Claire Hisler Shefftz in translating her father's writings,
I know that one of the survivors of Kolomea, Avram, son of
Izrael TERNER, lived at 17 Nowy Swiat. I now know that the
son of my grandmother's brother survived the Holocaust. This
is a mitzvah! This gives me hope that I might find a descendant
of his.

Shelley Mitchell
searching for MOLDAUER, TERNER, KONIGSBERG, TOPF, GOLDSCHEIN in
Kolomea, Buczacz, Monastryzyska and nearby.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen success story #general

Shelley Mitchell
 

Thanks to the recent disclosures >from Copenhagen (Kleinwaks
website, http://genealogyindexer.org, has a search engine that
identifies information in more than 551,000 pages of historical
directories (business, address, telephone, etc., mostly >from
Central and Eastern Europe), 71,000 pages of 155 yizkor books
(memorials to Jewish communities destroyed in the Holocaust),
...) I have been able to verify that my maternal great
grandfather lived at 17 Nowy Swiat. Thanks to the hard work
of Claire Hisler Shefftz in translating her father's writings,
I know that one of the survivors of Kolomea, Avram, son of
Izrael TERNER, lived at 17 Nowy Swiat. I now know that the
son of my grandmother's brother survived the Holocaust. This
is a mitzvah! This gives me hope that I might find a descendant
of his.

Shelley Mitchell
searching for MOLDAUER, TERNER, KONIGSBERG, TOPF, GOLDSCHEIN in
Kolomea, Buczacz, Monastryzyska and nearby.

90401 - 90420 of 661878