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Chester County, PA Library #general

Barry Silver
 

If someone lives near the Chester County library near Philadelphia, I
would appreciate a 1970's death notice look-up (not on electronic
resources) on a microfilm of the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper.
I have been told that they have holdings for the year I am interested in.
Barry Silver in Los Angeles


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Chester County, PA Library #general

Barry Silver
 

If someone lives near the Chester County library near Philadelphia, I
would appreciate a 1970's death notice look-up (not on electronic
resources) on a microfilm of the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper.
I have been told that they have holdings for the year I am interested in.
Barry Silver in Los Angeles


Researching Michael and Benjamin Winter (the NYC real estate mogul) #general

Naidia Woolf <rnwoolf@...>
 

I'm interested in learning about the father of a possible distant relative
of mine, Benjamin Winter, who made his name (and fortune) in real estate
in New York City in the early years of the 20th century.

Benjamin's father was a Michael Winter (aka Kujawski). According to the Ellis
Island 1901 incoming passengers lists Michael arrived in the US on January 27
aboard the ship, the St. Louis; port of departure, Southampton, England.
The record shows that Michael was 40 years old, born in "Russia" (Russia-Poland).
married, and going to a cousin on Moore Street in Brooklyn with the last
name of Barnett. I've been told that Michael was married to a woman named
Beatrice Oksner (or Oksyner). I do not know where or when they were married -
whether it was in Poland or in the United States. (I haven't found any
vital records for a Beatrice Oksner (or Oksyner). (The name Beatrice was
most likely an Americanized version of her name in Poland.)

Because the St. Louis had sailed >from Southampton, England I suspect that
Michael Winter had already been living in New York City and was *returning*
to the United States after a stay in England. In other words, that he had
immigrated to the US earlier.

According to an online journal devoted to the top real estate moguls in
New York City Michael's son Benjamin (then 19 years old) emigrated >from
Poland in 1900 or 1901 and joined his father in New York City, who had
arrived in the United States a year earlier. Over the next 20 years Benjamin
became prominent in real estate. Today his real estate company
(The Winter Organization) is now a fourth-generation family-run company.

I'm assuming that Benjamin Winter was also born (or lived in) Lodz, Poland.
Before the war he made several trips there - to see his family.

I should mention that there were *two* Benjamin Winters. The other Benjamin Winter
(born circa 1870 Jakob Ber Kujawski) was my late father's cousin -
also >from Lodz, Poland. He lived in New Jersey where he married and raised
a family.

For several years I (and members of the Winter family) have been trying to
determine the relationship between the *two* Benjamin Winters!

Any advice or suggestions on how to resolve this mystery will be greatly
appreciated.

Please note that today I posted a similar message to Jewishgen. To avoid
confusion I decided to post this as a separate inquiry.

Naidia Woolf
San Francisco, California
Formerly of Birmingham, England

Researching (partial list):

KUJAWSKI, WINTER: Lodz, Poland; New York City, Paterson,
New Jersey, United States


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Researching Michael and Benjamin Winter (the NYC real estate mogul) #general

Naidia Woolf <rnwoolf@...>
 

I'm interested in learning about the father of a possible distant relative
of mine, Benjamin Winter, who made his name (and fortune) in real estate
in New York City in the early years of the 20th century.

Benjamin's father was a Michael Winter (aka Kujawski). According to the Ellis
Island 1901 incoming passengers lists Michael arrived in the US on January 27
aboard the ship, the St. Louis; port of departure, Southampton, England.
The record shows that Michael was 40 years old, born in "Russia" (Russia-Poland).
married, and going to a cousin on Moore Street in Brooklyn with the last
name of Barnett. I've been told that Michael was married to a woman named
Beatrice Oksner (or Oksyner). I do not know where or when they were married -
whether it was in Poland or in the United States. (I haven't found any
vital records for a Beatrice Oksner (or Oksyner). (The name Beatrice was
most likely an Americanized version of her name in Poland.)

Because the St. Louis had sailed >from Southampton, England I suspect that
Michael Winter had already been living in New York City and was *returning*
to the United States after a stay in England. In other words, that he had
immigrated to the US earlier.

According to an online journal devoted to the top real estate moguls in
New York City Michael's son Benjamin (then 19 years old) emigrated >from
Poland in 1900 or 1901 and joined his father in New York City, who had
arrived in the United States a year earlier. Over the next 20 years Benjamin
became prominent in real estate. Today his real estate company
(The Winter Organization) is now a fourth-generation family-run company.

I'm assuming that Benjamin Winter was also born (or lived in) Lodz, Poland.
Before the war he made several trips there - to see his family.

I should mention that there were *two* Benjamin Winters. The other Benjamin Winter
(born circa 1870 Jakob Ber Kujawski) was my late father's cousin -
also >from Lodz, Poland. He lived in New Jersey where he married and raised
a family.

For several years I (and members of the Winter family) have been trying to
determine the relationship between the *two* Benjamin Winters!

Any advice or suggestions on how to resolve this mystery will be greatly
appreciated.

Please note that today I posted a similar message to Jewishgen. To avoid
confusion I decided to post this as a separate inquiry.

Naidia Woolf
San Francisco, California
Formerly of Birmingham, England

Researching (partial list):

KUJAWSKI, WINTER: Lodz, Poland; New York City, Paterson,
New Jersey, United States


Jewish (Yiddish or Hebrew) names and vital records #general

Naidia Woolf <rnwoolf@...>
 

I'm trying to locate the vital records of the following ancestors,
Polish Jews who were murdered during the Holocaust. Both of them were
from Lodz.
Nathan Kujawski (sometimes known as Nathan Winter), born circa 1860; a
paternal great uncle. I believe that he was sent to Auschwitz on one of
the last transports >from Lodz (in 1944) and may have died there just
before the camp was liberated by the Russians in May 1945.

Henri (or Henrik) Kaufman, born circa 1864. He was the husband of a great aunt
of mine - Raizel Winter (aka Kujawski). Henri Kaufman was trained a scientist
and was a fireman in the Lodz ghetto. I've been told that he died of typhus
at age 40.

I'm also interested in obtaining the birth or marriage records of a Michael
Winter (aka Kujawski) who may have been a distant relative of mine.
Michael (born circa 1861), occupation weaver, marital status, "married,"
who arrived in the United States (at Ellis Island) in 1901 on the St. Louis
from Southampton, England. I've been told that Michael was married to a
woman named Beatrice Oksner (or Oksyner). I do not know where (or when
they were married). Michael and his son Benjamin became prominent in
real estate (in New York City). Their real estate firm (Winter and Company?)
still exists.

Knowing the Hebrew or Yiddish names of Nathan, Henri, and Michael would
be helpful. (I've done numerous online searches for their vital records -
and, for Nathan and Henri, their death records - but without success.)

I know that Nathan is the usual anglicized version of Natan. (That was my
father's given name.) What about Nusem? Could Nusem have been Nathan Kujawski's
Hebrew name?

Could Henoch have been Henri Kaufman's Hebrew name?

And what about Michael (who went into real estate after settling in the U.S.) -
other than Michael or Machel?

I'd appreciate any advice or assistance you can provide.

Naidia Woolf
Formerly of Birmingham, England
Now living in San Francisco, CA

Researching (partial list)

KUJAWSKI/WINTER: Lodz, Poland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish (Yiddish or Hebrew) names and vital records #general

Naidia Woolf <rnwoolf@...>
 

I'm trying to locate the vital records of the following ancestors,
Polish Jews who were murdered during the Holocaust. Both of them were
from Lodz.
Nathan Kujawski (sometimes known as Nathan Winter), born circa 1860; a
paternal great uncle. I believe that he was sent to Auschwitz on one of
the last transports >from Lodz (in 1944) and may have died there just
before the camp was liberated by the Russians in May 1945.

Henri (or Henrik) Kaufman, born circa 1864. He was the husband of a great aunt
of mine - Raizel Winter (aka Kujawski). Henri Kaufman was trained a scientist
and was a fireman in the Lodz ghetto. I've been told that he died of typhus
at age 40.

I'm also interested in obtaining the birth or marriage records of a Michael
Winter (aka Kujawski) who may have been a distant relative of mine.
Michael (born circa 1861), occupation weaver, marital status, "married,"
who arrived in the United States (at Ellis Island) in 1901 on the St. Louis
from Southampton, England. I've been told that Michael was married to a
woman named Beatrice Oksner (or Oksyner). I do not know where (or when
they were married). Michael and his son Benjamin became prominent in
real estate (in New York City). Their real estate firm (Winter and Company?)
still exists.

Knowing the Hebrew or Yiddish names of Nathan, Henri, and Michael would
be helpful. (I've done numerous online searches for their vital records -
and, for Nathan and Henri, their death records - but without success.)

I know that Nathan is the usual anglicized version of Natan. (That was my
father's given name.) What about Nusem? Could Nusem have been Nathan Kujawski's
Hebrew name?

Could Henoch have been Henri Kaufman's Hebrew name?

And what about Michael (who went into real estate after settling in the U.S.) -
other than Michael or Machel?

I'd appreciate any advice or assistance you can provide.

Naidia Woolf
Formerly of Birmingham, England
Now living in San Francisco, CA

Researching (partial list)

KUJAWSKI/WINTER: Lodz, Poland


BOWER #ukraine

tracysutherland5@...
 

Hi,
I am researching my great- grandparents, Max(well) and Leah
Bower/Bauer who were born in 1881 in 'Russia' (I don't know what
part). At some point they moved to Manchester UK.
Love to hear any advice on where in 'Russia' (Ukraine?Other?) Leah and
Max might have been born. And what their 'Russian/Ukrainian" names
might look like?
Thanks,
Tracy Sutherland,
Chevy Chase, MD, USA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine BOWER #ukraine

tracysutherland5@...
 

Hi,
I am researching my great- grandparents, Max(well) and Leah
Bower/Bauer who were born in 1881 in 'Russia' (I don't know what
part). At some point they moved to Manchester UK.
Love to hear any advice on where in 'Russia' (Ukraine?Other?) Leah and
Max might have been born. And what their 'Russian/Ukrainian" names
might look like?
Thanks,
Tracy Sutherland,
Chevy Chase, MD, USA


Belleville, NJ obituary for COOPER #general

Judy Salomon
 

Belleville would be covered by The Star Ledger. Newark Public Library has
copies of the Star Ledger. Many years ago this paper was called the
Newark Evening News.
The Star Ledger archives only go back to 1989 at nj.com/archives

Judy Salomon
Caldwell NJ

FREUND >from Pruchnik; FELDMAUS/FELDMAN >from Lezajsk
GOLDBERG >from Mostiska: SULTAN >from Husiatyn


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Belleville, NJ obituary for COOPER #general

Judy Salomon
 

Belleville would be covered by The Star Ledger. Newark Public Library has
copies of the Star Ledger. Many years ago this paper was called the
Newark Evening News.
The Star Ledger archives only go back to 1989 at nj.com/archives

Judy Salomon
Caldwell NJ

FREUND >from Pruchnik; FELDMAUS/FELDMAN >from Lezajsk
GOLDBERG >from Mostiska: SULTAN >from Husiatyn


Jewish soldiers during WWII #general

Gail Billow
 

Dear Genners,

After reading message #9, Soldier in U.S. Army in the European theater
of World War II, on the 1/26/12 JewishGen digest, I thought that the
group might be interested in the following articles:

Jewish soldiers faced many hardships during WWII
http://kentwired.com/jewish-soldiers-faced-many-hardships-during-wwii/

When Jews Were GIs: World War II and the Remaking of American Jewry
http://www.fathom.com/course/21701756/session2.html

Sincerely,
Gail Spiegel Billow, New Paltz, NY, USA

Researching:
Galicia
Trembowla: SPIEGEL, RINTEL; Chorostkow: BLECHER, SPIEGEL; Wieliczka:
SPIEGEL,Ulaszkowce, Jagielnica: ALLWEIL, TAJBER; Zbaraz: BIALAZURKER, =
GEIST Buczacz: KLANG; Lemberg/Lwow/Lviv: HIRSCH, TUMIN
Russia Biala Podlaska, Poland: BRODACH; Augustow, Poland: KAHAN
Linitz (Yiddish), Russian Empire (now Ilintsy, UA): PALTILOVICH,
GOLDSTEIN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish soldiers during WWII #general

Gail Billow
 

Dear Genners,

After reading message #9, Soldier in U.S. Army in the European theater
of World War II, on the 1/26/12 JewishGen digest, I thought that the
group might be interested in the following articles:

Jewish soldiers faced many hardships during WWII
http://kentwired.com/jewish-soldiers-faced-many-hardships-during-wwii/

When Jews Were GIs: World War II and the Remaking of American Jewry
http://www.fathom.com/course/21701756/session2.html

Sincerely,
Gail Spiegel Billow, New Paltz, NY, USA

Researching:
Galicia
Trembowla: SPIEGEL, RINTEL; Chorostkow: BLECHER, SPIEGEL; Wieliczka:
SPIEGEL,Ulaszkowce, Jagielnica: ALLWEIL, TAJBER; Zbaraz: BIALAZURKER, =
GEIST Buczacz: KLANG; Lemberg/Lwow/Lviv: HIRSCH, TUMIN
Russia Biala Podlaska, Poland: BRODACH; Augustow, Poland: KAHAN
Linitz (Yiddish), Russian Empire (now Ilintsy, UA): PALTILOVICH,
GOLDSTEIN


Academy Award Nominated Fim: In Darkness, Filmmaker Interviewed at Polish Embassy to US #poland

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in the U.S.A. (Washington, DC)
hosted Agnieska Holland, a distinguished Polish filmmaker, last week.
Ms. Holland's latest film, In Darkness, is a true story by Robert
Marshall, In the Sewers of Lvov. It is set in German-occupied Poland
during World War II, where a Polish thief hides a group of Jewish
refugees, ultimately saving their lives while risking his own. The
film is nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Foreign Film category.

The Polish Embassy spoke with Ms. Holland recently and the interview
is available for viewing at:
http://washington.polemb.net/index.php?document=1307
The interview with Ms. Holland is in English.

The film's name, In Darkness, is based on the 80 percent of the film
occurring in the sewers of the Polish city of Lvov during World War II,
a place where a group of Jews lived for more than a year under
circumstances that are almost unimaginable. The film's focus is not on
the Jews but on the anti-Semitic, Catholic Pole who becomes their
unlooked-for savior and lifeline, according to movie review by the
Los Angeles Times
http://articles.latimes.com/2011/dec/09/entertainment/la-et-in-darkness-20111209

The thief, an inspector in Lvov's sewers by day, by night he was a burglar,
hiding his loot in the underground system. Sensing that a liquidation of
the Lvov ghetto is imminent, the Jews investigate the sewers as a potential
hiding place, which is where they literally run into the thief. According
to the review, "Helping make 'In Darkness' so realistic and so involving is
Holland's decision, apparently taken against the advice of the screenwriter
and the producers, to tell this story in all its multiple original
languages. Having characters often not understanding each other as they
speak Polish, Yiddish, German and Ukrainian underlines the fraught
complexity of Poland's ethnic situation."

I have not seen the movie, nor have any connection with it.

Jan Meisels Allen
Agoura Hills, CA

SEARCHING:
KLAJNMAN, SZLANG, TYKULSKIER-- Sochaczew, Chorzele, and Zakroczym Poland
FREJER, IMJAK, WILAMOWSKY, KREPLAK,-Stawiski, Poland
SZAPIRA, SOBOTKO, PIATKOWSKA, PERLA, ASZ, WAPNIARZ -Lomza ,Poland GUTFARB
-- Zambrow, Poland ASZ, Nasielsk, Poland ELION, Suwalki Lithuania
REICH, WALD, ZUPNIK, Presov, Mestiszko, Szivdnik; Salgo, Sebes Kellemes,
Slovakia (formerly Hungary)
MEISELS, SEGALLA/SIGALL, LIEBERMAN --Brody, Ukraine


JRI Poland #Poland Academy Award Nominated Fim: In Darkness, Filmmaker Interviewed at Polish Embassy to US #poland

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in the U.S.A. (Washington, DC)
hosted Agnieska Holland, a distinguished Polish filmmaker, last week.
Ms. Holland's latest film, In Darkness, is a true story by Robert
Marshall, In the Sewers of Lvov. It is set in German-occupied Poland
during World War II, where a Polish thief hides a group of Jewish
refugees, ultimately saving their lives while risking his own. The
film is nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Foreign Film category.

The Polish Embassy spoke with Ms. Holland recently and the interview
is available for viewing at:
http://washington.polemb.net/index.php?document=1307
The interview with Ms. Holland is in English.

The film's name, In Darkness, is based on the 80 percent of the film
occurring in the sewers of the Polish city of Lvov during World War II,
a place where a group of Jews lived for more than a year under
circumstances that are almost unimaginable. The film's focus is not on
the Jews but on the anti-Semitic, Catholic Pole who becomes their
unlooked-for savior and lifeline, according to movie review by the
Los Angeles Times
http://articles.latimes.com/2011/dec/09/entertainment/la-et-in-darkness-20111209

The thief, an inspector in Lvov's sewers by day, by night he was a burglar,
hiding his loot in the underground system. Sensing that a liquidation of
the Lvov ghetto is imminent, the Jews investigate the sewers as a potential
hiding place, which is where they literally run into the thief. According
to the review, "Helping make 'In Darkness' so realistic and so involving is
Holland's decision, apparently taken against the advice of the screenwriter
and the producers, to tell this story in all its multiple original
languages. Having characters often not understanding each other as they
speak Polish, Yiddish, German and Ukrainian underlines the fraught
complexity of Poland's ethnic situation."

I have not seen the movie, nor have any connection with it.

Jan Meisels Allen
Agoura Hills, CA

SEARCHING:
KLAJNMAN, SZLANG, TYKULSKIER-- Sochaczew, Chorzele, and Zakroczym Poland
FREJER, IMJAK, WILAMOWSKY, KREPLAK,-Stawiski, Poland
SZAPIRA, SOBOTKO, PIATKOWSKA, PERLA, ASZ, WAPNIARZ -Lomza ,Poland GUTFARB
-- Zambrow, Poland ASZ, Nasielsk, Poland ELION, Suwalki Lithuania
REICH, WALD, ZUPNIK, Presov, Mestiszko, Szivdnik; Salgo, Sebes Kellemes,
Slovakia (formerly Hungary)
MEISELS, SEGALLA/SIGALL, LIEBERMAN --Brody, Ukraine


seeking advice re: possible visit to ancestral town #poland

Paula & David
 

I have just learned that there is an unexpected chance that I will be in
Eastern Europe this May. I was planning to do a trip there after I had a
chance to do more family research, but now need to figure out how I might
(in the short time between now and late May) be able to take best advantage of
a possible chance to visit my mother's birthplace, Chelm, Poland.

Most of my genealogy work had been on my father's side because there are
few living relatives on my mother's side who survived the war. I do have
the names back to my maternal grandmother's parents, and my maternal
grandfather's father's name, as well as have information >from on line with the
names of my grandmothers siblings who mostly died during the war. Their last
names are not common ones (Flaksman and Waxman).

I will not have a lot of time (husband's patience and our overall time
there is likely limited) to do research, but would at least like to see the
town, and possibly photograph some grave headstones if I can find relevant
ones. I also know that my mother lived on a farm with her grandparents
until she came to the US at a very young age, and wondered if there was a
way to search records to see if I could locate this place; would
any of this be available on line?.

Any suggestions re: getting to/staying in Chelm (>from Warsaw),
historically Jewish sections of town, or how to possibly get information
on where I might find relevant family graves to photograph (in Chelm,
and possibly Warsaw,Lublin), or find records for this farm (I really am
not sure they owned it, but would like to try to find it if feasible).

Thanks for any assistance you can offer. Paula Solomon

(researching WAXMAN, FLAKSMAN, SHULMAN, ROTSHTEIN (ROTHSTEIN), FISZMAN
(FISHMAN), SHALIT of Chelm, Warsaw, Lublin

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


JRI Poland #Poland seeking advice re: possible visit to ancestral town #poland

Paula & David
 

I have just learned that there is an unexpected chance that I will be in
Eastern Europe this May. I was planning to do a trip there after I had a
chance to do more family research, but now need to figure out how I might
(in the short time between now and late May) be able to take best advantage of
a possible chance to visit my mother's birthplace, Chelm, Poland.

Most of my genealogy work had been on my father's side because there are
few living relatives on my mother's side who survived the war. I do have
the names back to my maternal grandmother's parents, and my maternal
grandfather's father's name, as well as have information >from on line with the
names of my grandmothers siblings who mostly died during the war. Their last
names are not common ones (Flaksman and Waxman).

I will not have a lot of time (husband's patience and our overall time
there is likely limited) to do research, but would at least like to see the
town, and possibly photograph some grave headstones if I can find relevant
ones. I also know that my mother lived on a farm with her grandparents
until she came to the US at a very young age, and wondered if there was a
way to search records to see if I could locate this place; would
any of this be available on line?.

Any suggestions re: getting to/staying in Chelm (>from Warsaw),
historically Jewish sections of town, or how to possibly get information
on where I might find relevant family graves to photograph (in Chelm,
and possibly Warsaw,Lublin), or find records for this farm (I really am
not sure they owned it, but would like to try to find it if feasible).

Thanks for any assistance you can offer. Paula Solomon

(researching WAXMAN, FLAKSMAN, SHULMAN, ROTSHTEIN (ROTHSTEIN), FISZMAN
(FISHMAN), SHALIT of Chelm, Warsaw, Lublin

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


ViewMate loose translation request - Polish; Lublin province (GEWIRCMAN, RAJSBAUM, WAGNER) #poland

Tamar Amit <ta.genealogy@...>
 

Hello,

I've posted several vital records in Polish for which I need some help
and at least a loose translation.

All of the documents concern, as far as I can tell, are >from Chelm in
the Lublin area.

I'd appreciate any assistance with exact dates, names of parents,
spouses, occupations, ages, where they came from, if they were still
alive at the time, other relatives etc.

They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:

Birth Registration of GIWERCMAN Ita >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21470

Death Registration of GIWERCMAN Jakob >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21471

Birth Registration of GIWERCMAN Berek-Lejb >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21472

Death Registration of RAJSBAUM Sura >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21473

Death registration of WAGNER Sura Leja >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21474

Please respond privately or via the form provided in the ViewMate
application.

Thank you very much,

Tamar Amit
ISRAEL
Researching: GEWIRCMAN, WAGNER, RAJSBAUM, BRONFENBRENER, SZPILER,
RACHMAN, FRANK all >from the Lublin area


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate loose translation request - Polish; Lublin province (GEWIRCMAN, RAJSBAUM, WAGNER) #poland

Tamar Amit <ta.genealogy@...>
 

Hello,

I've posted several vital records in Polish for which I need some help
and at least a loose translation.

All of the documents concern, as far as I can tell, are >from Chelm in
the Lublin area.

I'd appreciate any assistance with exact dates, names of parents,
spouses, occupations, ages, where they came from, if they were still
alive at the time, other relatives etc.

They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:

Birth Registration of GIWERCMAN Ita >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21470

Death Registration of GIWERCMAN Jakob >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21471

Birth Registration of GIWERCMAN Berek-Lejb >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21472

Death Registration of RAJSBAUM Sura >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21473

Death registration of WAGNER Sura Leja >from Chelm
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21474

Please respond privately or via the form provided in the ViewMate
application.

Thank you very much,

Tamar Amit
ISRAEL
Researching: GEWIRCMAN, WAGNER, RAJSBAUM, BRONFENBRENER, SZPILER,
RACHMAN, FRANK all >from the Lublin area


The 1897 Dvinsk census. Shosseinaya st.Part 6. Page 1 #latvia

Christine Usdin
 


Latvia SIG #Latvia The 1897 Dvinsk census. Shosseinaya st.Part 6. Page 1 #latvia

Christine Usdin
 

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