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Re: Searching for a Polish Town #general

Phyllis Kramer
 

Melissa McCurdie asked for help ... to find a town that was
apparently in Poland called Bobounya or Bobounia or maybe
Borbunia or even Barbunya ... near Stolpce (Stowbtsy).

Melissa... How about the town Bobovnia, Bobovnya ...
5315/2657 in Belarus....18.1 miles SSE of Stolpce??

How did i find it?
1. Went to communities page and looked up Stolpce...
took down its position (latitude/longitude)
2. Went to radius search... ( http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities )
and put in the position (latitude/longitude), then asked for
a town beginning with B, within 30 miles >from Stolpce.

Isn't JewishGen wonderful!?!
Phyllis Kramer
NYC & Palm Beach Gardens Fl.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching for a Polish Town #general

Phyllis Kramer
 

Melissa McCurdie asked for help ... to find a town that was
apparently in Poland called Bobounya or Bobounia or maybe
Borbunia or even Barbunya ... near Stolpce (Stowbtsy).

Melissa... How about the town Bobovnia, Bobovnya ...
5315/2657 in Belarus....18.1 miles SSE of Stolpce??

How did i find it?
1. Went to communities page and looked up Stolpce...
took down its position (latitude/longitude)
2. Went to radius search... ( http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities )
and put in the position (latitude/longitude), then asked for
a town beginning with B, within 30 miles >from Stolpce.

Isn't JewishGen wonderful!?!
Phyllis Kramer
NYC & Palm Beach Gardens Fl.


Re: Searching for a Polish town #general

Carlos Glikson
 

Melissa McCurdie wrote looking for tips to find an elusive ancestral town.
The name referred down the family sounded like "Bobounya or Bobounia
or maybe Borbunia or even Barbunya". Many searches she tried in
JewishGen and elsewhere (plus a first "Search for a Town" I did for
these four variants at JewishGen's homepage ( http://www.jewishgen.org/ )
shed no light on the location.

Melissa mentioned the family later lived in Stolpce (Stowbtsy), "about
90kms south west of Minsk" and that "the town if it existed, would
have been somewhere near Stolpce or Minsk".

There is a very useful JewishGen tool for necessary next steps in this
kind of search, and that is why I share the reply with the group...

A new "Search for a Town", this time for Stolpce (the later residence
of the family), identifies Stowbtsy (and alternative names including
Stolpce with the diacritic mark in the L), and supplies its coordinates
(53 29' N 26 45' E ), in today's Belarus, 71 km SW of Minsk.

JewishGen has a Locality Page for Stolpce or Stowbtsy, but its list of
nearby Jewish communities does not include "Bobounya or Bobounia or
maybe Borbunia or even Barbunya".

We have the coordinates of a place presumed to be close to the town?
village? hamlet? that we are not finding. What now?

JewishGen Gazetteer's Radius Search lists all localities within a
certain distance of a location with a known set of coordinates,
up to a 30 mile radius. You can link to the Radius Search tool
directly at http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocRad.asp
or find the link at the JewishGen Communities Database and JewishGen
Gazetteer page at http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/

Centering the radius search at 53 29' N 26 45' E gives 483
locations within 30 miles of Stowbtsy, ordered by growing distance.
The search form enables to narrow the request only to towns starting
with a certain letter or prefix. There are 34 results starting with a B.
One of them is Bobovnia, Bobovnya, 18.1 miles SSE of Stowbtsy.

Hope it sounds and feels close enough to be the lost "Bobounya or
Bobounia or maybe Borbunia or even Barbunya"!

Carlos GLIKSON
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Searching for GLIKSON, GLICKSON, GLUCKSOHN, GLUECKSOHN (Suwalki,
Marijampole, Augustow, Sejny,Sopotkin) - ALPEROVICH, ALPEROWICZ
(Kremenchug, Vilnius, Vileika, Kurenetz) - POKROISKY, POKROJSKI,
POKROY (Suwalki, Seirijai) - HOLLANDERSKY, HOLLENDERSKI, HOLLANDER
(Suwalki, Seirijai, Lomza) - TARNOPOLSKY, TARNOPOL (Kremenchug, Kharkov)
FELCHINSKY, FELSCHTINSKY (Kremenchug, Vilnius), KARP (Grodno)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching for a Polish town #general

Carlos Glikson
 

Melissa McCurdie wrote looking for tips to find an elusive ancestral town.
The name referred down the family sounded like "Bobounya or Bobounia
or maybe Borbunia or even Barbunya". Many searches she tried in
JewishGen and elsewhere (plus a first "Search for a Town" I did for
these four variants at JewishGen's homepage ( http://www.jewishgen.org/ )
shed no light on the location.

Melissa mentioned the family later lived in Stolpce (Stowbtsy), "about
90kms south west of Minsk" and that "the town if it existed, would
have been somewhere near Stolpce or Minsk".

There is a very useful JewishGen tool for necessary next steps in this
kind of search, and that is why I share the reply with the group...

A new "Search for a Town", this time for Stolpce (the later residence
of the family), identifies Stowbtsy (and alternative names including
Stolpce with the diacritic mark in the L), and supplies its coordinates
(53 29' N 26 45' E ), in today's Belarus, 71 km SW of Minsk.

JewishGen has a Locality Page for Stolpce or Stowbtsy, but its list of
nearby Jewish communities does not include "Bobounya or Bobounia or
maybe Borbunia or even Barbunya".

We have the coordinates of a place presumed to be close to the town?
village? hamlet? that we are not finding. What now?

JewishGen Gazetteer's Radius Search lists all localities within a
certain distance of a location with a known set of coordinates,
up to a 30 mile radius. You can link to the Radius Search tool
directly at http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocRad.asp
or find the link at the JewishGen Communities Database and JewishGen
Gazetteer page at http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/

Centering the radius search at 53 29' N 26 45' E gives 483
locations within 30 miles of Stowbtsy, ordered by growing distance.
The search form enables to narrow the request only to towns starting
with a certain letter or prefix. There are 34 results starting with a B.
One of them is Bobovnia, Bobovnya, 18.1 miles SSE of Stowbtsy.

Hope it sounds and feels close enough to be the lost "Bobounya or
Bobounia or maybe Borbunia or even Barbunya"!

Carlos GLIKSON
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Searching for GLIKSON, GLICKSON, GLUCKSOHN, GLUECKSOHN (Suwalki,
Marijampole, Augustow, Sejny,Sopotkin) - ALPEROVICH, ALPEROWICZ
(Kremenchug, Vilnius, Vileika, Kurenetz) - POKROISKY, POKROJSKI,
POKROY (Suwalki, Seirijai) - HOLLANDERSKY, HOLLENDERSKI, HOLLANDER
(Suwalki, Seirijai, Lomza) - TARNOPOLSKY, TARNOPOL (Kremenchug, Kharkov)
FELCHINSKY, FELSCHTINSKY (Kremenchug, Vilnius), KARP (Grodno)


Weekly Feature: Yizkor Book Spotlight #poland

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

Beginning this Friday, we will resume posting a brief spotlight
from a Yizkor Book that JewishGen has translated. As many of you
know, the Yizkor books contain vivid accounts of topics ranging
from communal daily life, to the struggles faced during the darkest
days of the Holocaust. If you are not familiar with the JewishGen
Yizkor Book Project, please click here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/faq.html

The spotlight will be posted weekly on Friday mornings, at 7:00 am
(EST), on our facebook page. You do not need to be a member of
facebook to view this page. The url is: www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org

I would like to thank Mr. Bruce Drake (Silver Spring, MD), for
volunteering his time to do this each week. Mr. Drake has been involved
with JewishGen since 2006. He is currently coordinating the translation
of the Kovel, Poland Yizkor Book (more details here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/yb_kovel.html)
while also overseeing the Voynilov, Ukraine KehilaLinks site
(http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/voynilov/voynilov.html).

We hope that these weekly spotlights will provide a greater
understanding about the lives our ancestors led, and grant a more
profound appreciation for the heritage we share as part of the
broader global Jewish community.

If anyone would like to reach Mr. Drake directly, with comments or
suggestions for future spotlights, please email him at:
bdrake100@gmail.com.

Wishing you all the best of luck with your research.

Avraham Groll


Weekly Feature: Yizkor Book Spotlight #lodz #poland

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

Beginning this Friday, we will resume posting a brief spotlight
from a Yizkor Book that JewishGen has translated. As many of you
know, the Yizkor books contain vivid accounts of topics ranging
from communal daily life, to the struggles faced during the darkest
days of the Holocaust. If you are not familiar with the JewishGen
Yizkor Book Project, please click here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/faq.html

The spotlight will be posted weekly on Friday mornings, at 7:00 am
(EST), on our facebook page. You do not need to be a member of
facebook to view this page. The url is: www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org

I would like to thank Mr. Bruce Drake (Silver Spring, MD), for
volunteering his time to do this each week. Mr. Drake has been involved
with JewishGen since 2006. He is currently coordinating the translation
of the Kovel, Poland Yizkor Book (more details here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/yb_kovel.html)
while also overseeing the Voynilov, Ukraine KehilaLinks site
(http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/voynilov/voynilov.html).

We hope that these weekly spotlights will provide a greater
understanding about the lives our ancestors led, and grant a more
profound appreciation for the heritage we share as part of the
broader global Jewish community.

If anyone would like to reach Mr. Drake directly, with comments or
suggestions for future spotlights, please email him at:
bdrake100@gmail.com.

Wishing you all the best of luck with your research.

Avraham Groll


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Weekly Feature: Yizkor Book Spotlight #poland

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

Beginning this Friday, we will resume posting a brief spotlight
from a Yizkor Book that JewishGen has translated. As many of you
know, the Yizkor books contain vivid accounts of topics ranging
from communal daily life, to the struggles faced during the darkest
days of the Holocaust. If you are not familiar with the JewishGen
Yizkor Book Project, please click here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/faq.html

The spotlight will be posted weekly on Friday mornings, at 7:00 am
(EST), on our facebook page. You do not need to be a member of
facebook to view this page. The url is: www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org

I would like to thank Mr. Bruce Drake (Silver Spring, MD), for
volunteering his time to do this each week. Mr. Drake has been involved
with JewishGen since 2006. He is currently coordinating the translation
of the Kovel, Poland Yizkor Book (more details here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/yb_kovel.html)
while also overseeing the Voynilov, Ukraine KehilaLinks site
(http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/voynilov/voynilov.html).

We hope that these weekly spotlights will provide a greater
understanding about the lives our ancestors led, and grant a more
profound appreciation for the heritage we share as part of the
broader global Jewish community.

If anyone would like to reach Mr. Drake directly, with comments or
suggestions for future spotlights, please email him at:
bdrake100@gmail.com.

Wishing you all the best of luck with your research.

Avraham Groll


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Weekly Feature: Yizkor Book Spotlight #lodz #poland

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

Beginning this Friday, we will resume posting a brief spotlight
from a Yizkor Book that JewishGen has translated. As many of you
know, the Yizkor books contain vivid accounts of topics ranging
from communal daily life, to the struggles faced during the darkest
days of the Holocaust. If you are not familiar with the JewishGen
Yizkor Book Project, please click here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/faq.html

The spotlight will be posted weekly on Friday mornings, at 7:00 am
(EST), on our facebook page. You do not need to be a member of
facebook to view this page. The url is: www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org

I would like to thank Mr. Bruce Drake (Silver Spring, MD), for
volunteering his time to do this each week. Mr. Drake has been involved
with JewishGen since 2006. He is currently coordinating the translation
of the Kovel, Poland Yizkor Book (more details here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/yb_kovel.html)
while also overseeing the Voynilov, Ukraine KehilaLinks site
(http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/voynilov/voynilov.html).

We hope that these weekly spotlights will provide a greater
understanding about the lives our ancestors led, and grant a more
profound appreciation for the heritage we share as part of the
broader global Jewish community.

If anyone would like to reach Mr. Drake directly, with comments or
suggestions for future spotlights, please email him at:
bdrake100@gmail.com.

Wishing you all the best of luck with your research.

Avraham Groll


Re: Searching for a Polish town #general

Alexander Sharon
 

Melissa Marilynn wrote
I have spent a long time searching the JewishGen site and others
trying to find a town that was apparently in Poland called Bobounya
or Bobounia or maybe Borbunia or even Barbunya. My mother has said
that this is the sound of the name of the town where she was always
told her mother's family originated from.
When she was born, they lived in Stolpce (Stowbtsy) ...
Has anyone heard of the name of Bobounia or something similar ...
Melissa,

Locality current name is Bobovnya (Polish: Bobownia) located in Minsk region
of Belarus at 5315 2657, about 16 miles distance South of Stolpce, and
fairly close to the larger nearby Jewish towns Kopyl and Nieswiez.

The Geographic Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland (Slownik Geograficzny
Krolewstwa Polskiego) describes this place as a folwark (an agricultural
farm), located on the road between Piaseczna and Kopyl in a Slutsk district.

Folwark used to be a property of the known eye doctor Jodko.
In Minakowski's Genealogical Database, doctor is listed as
Witold Onufry Jodko-Narkiewicz (1834-1898), passed away in Bobownia.

Hope this help

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta


Weekly Feature: Yizkor Book Spotlight #lithuania

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

Beginning this Friday, we will resume posting a brief spotlight
from a Yizkor Book that JewishGen has translated. As many of you
know, the Yizkor books contain vivid accounts of topics ranging
from communal daily life, to the struggles faced during the darkest
days of the Holocaust. If you are not familiar with the JewishGen
Yizkor Book Project, please click here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/faq.html

The spotlight will be posted weekly on Friday mornings, at 7:00 am
(EST), on our facebook page. You do not need to be a member of
facebook to view this page. The url is: www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org

I would like to thank Mr. Bruce Drake (Silver Spring, MD), for
volunteering his time to do this each week. Mr. Drake has been involved
with JewishGen since 2006. He is currently coordinating the translation
of the Kovel, Poland Yizkor Book (more details here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/yb_kovel.html)
while also overseeing the Voynilov, Ukraine KehilaLinks site
(http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/voynilov/voynilov.html).

We hope that these weekly spotlights will provide a greater
understanding about the lives our ancestors led, and grant a more
profound appreciation for the heritage we share as part of the
broader global Jewish community.

If anyone would like to reach Mr. Drake directly, with comments or
suggestions for future spotlights, please email him at:
bdrake100@gmail.com.

Wishing you all the best of luck with your research.

Avraham Groll


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching for a Polish town #general

Alexander Sharon
 

Melissa Marilynn wrote
I have spent a long time searching the JewishGen site and others
trying to find a town that was apparently in Poland called Bobounya
or Bobounia or maybe Borbunia or even Barbunya. My mother has said
that this is the sound of the name of the town where she was always
told her mother's family originated from.
When she was born, they lived in Stolpce (Stowbtsy) ...
Has anyone heard of the name of Bobounia or something similar ...
Melissa,

Locality current name is Bobovnya (Polish: Bobownia) located in Minsk region
of Belarus at 5315 2657, about 16 miles distance South of Stolpce, and
fairly close to the larger nearby Jewish towns Kopyl and Nieswiez.

The Geographic Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland (Slownik Geograficzny
Krolewstwa Polskiego) describes this place as a folwark (an agricultural
farm), located on the road between Piaseczna and Kopyl in a Slutsk district.

Folwark used to be a property of the known eye doctor Jodko.
In Minakowski's Genealogical Database, doctor is listed as
Witold Onufry Jodko-Narkiewicz (1834-1898), passed away in Bobownia.

Hope this help

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Weekly Feature: Yizkor Book Spotlight #lithuania

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

Beginning this Friday, we will resume posting a brief spotlight
from a Yizkor Book that JewishGen has translated. As many of you
know, the Yizkor books contain vivid accounts of topics ranging
from communal daily life, to the struggles faced during the darkest
days of the Holocaust. If you are not familiar with the JewishGen
Yizkor Book Project, please click here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/faq.html

The spotlight will be posted weekly on Friday mornings, at 7:00 am
(EST), on our facebook page. You do not need to be a member of
facebook to view this page. The url is: www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org

I would like to thank Mr. Bruce Drake (Silver Spring, MD), for
volunteering his time to do this each week. Mr. Drake has been involved
with JewishGen since 2006. He is currently coordinating the translation
of the Kovel, Poland Yizkor Book (more details here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/yb_kovel.html)
while also overseeing the Voynilov, Ukraine KehilaLinks site
(http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/voynilov/voynilov.html).

We hope that these weekly spotlights will provide a greater
understanding about the lives our ancestors led, and grant a more
profound appreciation for the heritage we share as part of the
broader global Jewish community.

If anyone would like to reach Mr. Drake directly, with comments or
suggestions for future spotlights, please email him at:
bdrake100@gmail.com.

Wishing you all the best of luck with your research.

Avraham Groll


Weekly Feature: Yizkor Book Spotlight #poland

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

Beginning this Friday, we will resume posting a brief spotlight
from a Yizkor Book that JewishGen has translated. As many of you
know, the Yizkor books contain vivid accounts of topics ranging
from communal daily life, to the struggles faced during the darkest
days of the Holocaust. If you are not familiar with the JewishGen
Yizkor Book Project, please click here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/faq.html

The spotlight will be posted weekly on Friday mornings, at 7:00 am
(EST), on our facebook page. You do not need to be a member of
facebook to view this page. The url is: www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org

I would like to thank Mr. Bruce Drake (Silver Spring, MD), for
volunteering his time to do this each week. Mr. Drake has been involved
with JewishGen since 2006. He is currently coordinating the translation
of the Kovel, Poland Yizkor Book (more details here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/yb_kovel.html)
while also overseeing the Voynilov, Ukraine KehilaLinks site
(http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/voynilov/voynilov.html).

We hope that these weekly spotlights will provide a greater
understanding about the lives our ancestors led, and grant a more
profound appreciation for the heritage we share as part of the
broader global Jewish community.

If anyone would like to reach Mr. Drake directly, with comments or
suggestions for future spotlights, please email him at:
bdrake100@gmail.com.

Wishing you all the best of luck with your research.

Avraham Groll


JRI Poland #Poland Weekly Feature: Yizkor Book Spotlight #poland

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

Beginning this Friday, we will resume posting a brief spotlight
from a Yizkor Book that JewishGen has translated. As many of you
know, the Yizkor books contain vivid accounts of topics ranging
from communal daily life, to the struggles faced during the darkest
days of the Holocaust. If you are not familiar with the JewishGen
Yizkor Book Project, please click here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/faq.html

The spotlight will be posted weekly on Friday mornings, at 7:00 am
(EST), on our facebook page. You do not need to be a member of
facebook to view this page. The url is: www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org

I would like to thank Mr. Bruce Drake (Silver Spring, MD), for
volunteering his time to do this each week. Mr. Drake has been involved
with JewishGen since 2006. He is currently coordinating the translation
of the Kovel, Poland Yizkor Book (more details here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/yb_kovel.html)
while also overseeing the Voynilov, Ukraine KehilaLinks site
(http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/voynilov/voynilov.html).

We hope that these weekly spotlights will provide a greater
understanding about the lives our ancestors led, and grant a more
profound appreciation for the heritage we share as part of the
broader global Jewish community.

If anyone would like to reach Mr. Drake directly, with comments or
suggestions for future spotlights, please email him at:
bdrake100@gmail.com.

Wishing you all the best of luck with your research.

Avraham Groll


Re: Conscription records #poland

Asparagirl <asparagirl@...>
 

Errol Schneegurt (ESLVIV@aol.com) wrote:

Lancut PSA Conscription records appear in the JRI-PL data base for the
surname Schneegurt (Schneigurt). There is no indication as to when the
records were created. The two dates that appear seem only to relate to
the birth year of the individual. The column "living" has some living in
Ameryka and Lwow.

I am wondering if this was created during WW 1 >from the birth records
in Lancut..
Errol, there are two Schneegurt births recorded in the
"Lviv Jewish Birth Records (1923-1926) database" at
Gesher Galicia's All Galicia Database, which is online and
freely searchable at http://search.geshergalicia.org/
These records also come >from the Polish State Archives
(Archive # 56 in Przemysl), but are in Fond 54.

Given that your conscription records for this uncommon surname
also reference Lviv/Lwow, it is quite possible that this is
the same family.


- Brooke Schreier Ganz
Mill Valley, California


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Conscription records #poland

Asparagirl <asparagirl@...>
 

Errol Schneegurt (ESLVIV@aol.com) wrote:

Lancut PSA Conscription records appear in the JRI-PL data base for the
surname Schneegurt (Schneigurt). There is no indication as to when the
records were created. The two dates that appear seem only to relate to
the birth year of the individual. The column "living" has some living in
Ameryka and Lwow.

I am wondering if this was created during WW 1 >from the birth records
in Lancut..
Errol, there are two Schneegurt births recorded in the
"Lviv Jewish Birth Records (1923-1926) database" at
Gesher Galicia's All Galicia Database, which is online and
freely searchable at http://search.geshergalicia.org/
These records also come >from the Polish State Archives
(Archive # 56 in Przemysl), but are in Fond 54.

Given that your conscription records for this uncommon surname
also reference Lviv/Lwow, it is quite possible that this is
the same family.


- Brooke Schreier Ganz
Mill Valley, California


10 Day Program in Lublin on Memory, Place, Presence #poland

RobinnM@...
 

Dear Fellow Researchers:

Last summer I spent 10 days in an academic program in Lublin that
was tailor-made for genealogists. This program gave me the opportunity
to live in my grandmother's city and explore it, meet a local
"righteous among the Nations", investigate the town history,
the Shoah devastation, and the on-going though sad story of a
historically important Jewish community. We visited other shtetlach,
attended lectures given by Polish and American professors, worked
a printing press, all while living and breathing the culture of
those who came before us.

If you have an interest in the Jews of Poland, especially Jews in
the Lublin area, are working on your own tree or are pursuing
graduate level work that involves Memory, Place and Presence,
including Holocaust research, please contact me and I'll fill you in
on this year's opportunity which will run >from June 23 through
July 3, 2016.

The deadline to register is coming up quickly, so don't wait if
you think you are interested.

You can visit the website and see photos >from the class I
participated in at: http://teatrnn.pl/activities/summerschool/

Robinn Magid
Berkeley, California
RobinnM@aol.com


JRI Poland #Poland 10 Day Program in Lublin on Memory, Place, Presence #poland

RobinnM@...
 

Dear Fellow Researchers:

Last summer I spent 10 days in an academic program in Lublin that
was tailor-made for genealogists. This program gave me the opportunity
to live in my grandmother's city and explore it, meet a local
"righteous among the Nations", investigate the town history,
the Shoah devastation, and the on-going though sad story of a
historically important Jewish community. We visited other shtetlach,
attended lectures given by Polish and American professors, worked
a printing press, all while living and breathing the culture of
those who came before us.

If you have an interest in the Jews of Poland, especially Jews in
the Lublin area, are working on your own tree or are pursuing
graduate level work that involves Memory, Place and Presence,
including Holocaust research, please contact me and I'll fill you in
on this year's opportunity which will run >from June 23 through
July 3, 2016.

The deadline to register is coming up quickly, so don't wait if
you think you are interested.

You can visit the website and see photos >from the class I
participated in at: http://teatrnn.pl/activities/summerschool/

Robinn Magid
Berkeley, California
RobinnM@aol.com


Search family LEMBERSKI #general

Lemberski Evelyne
 

Hi

I'm french

I search the family of my paternal grandfather called Simon LEMBERSKI
born the 08.10.1904 to Zynivorodska (Ukraine).

I do not know the name of his parents, sisters and brothers.
I would like the past the parents of my grandfather, his
brothers and sisters;

I wonder if the parents of my grandfather's sisters and brothers
died massacred during World War II ;

If you have any information about this family, you can contact me at
the following address : evelynelemberski@yahoo.fr

I thank you.

Evelyne LEMBERSKI
94410 Saint Maurice
France


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Search family LEMBERSKI #general

Lemberski Evelyne
 

Hi

I'm french

I search the family of my paternal grandfather called Simon LEMBERSKI
born the 08.10.1904 to Zynivorodska (Ukraine).

I do not know the name of his parents, sisters and brothers.
I would like the past the parents of my grandfather, his
brothers and sisters;

I wonder if the parents of my grandfather's sisters and brothers
died massacred during World War II ;

If you have any information about this family, you can contact me at
the following address : evelynelemberski@yahoo.fr

I thank you.

Evelyne LEMBERSKI
94410 Saint Maurice
France

77681 - 77700 of 660792