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PALETZ from Viln #lithuania

Ruth Price
 

My grandmother's maiden name was Paletz and she had relatives in
Philadelphia. She married Rubin Mikelofsky (Michaelson) and settled
in Massachusetts.

They were >from Vilna.

Any connections?

Ruth Price
NYC

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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania PALETZ from Viln #lithuania

Ruth Price
 

My grandmother's maiden name was Paletz and she had relatives in
Philadelphia. She married Rubin Mikelofsky (Michaelson) and settled
in Massachusetts.

They were >from Vilna.

Any connections?

Ruth Price
NYC

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately with family information.
Suggestions for research methods or resources may be shared with
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Searching for Svirskis/Swirsky from Mielagenai & Dunilavicy #lithuania

Eric Svirskis
 

My late father was born in Dunilaviy/Dunilevich (now in Belarus) in 1915.
Most of the family have the surnames SWIRSKY my family were known as
SVIRSKIS at least as early as the 1920 Internal Passports, Lithuania.
I have recently discovered my grandfather Shlomo Zalman (Solomon)
SVIRSKIS was born in Mielagenai/Melegan, Lithuania (about 95 Km >from
Vilnius), in 1881. This is a very small place, the Jewish population
in 1900 being 118 and at the last census (2000) the total population
was 284 .

On Family Finder there are only 2 (other) researchers (now 3!) one
of whom is looking for SWERSKY family. It is Ernest Douglas SWERSKY.
I sent him a message several weeks ago & have not had a reply yet.
In case he has not received it if anyone knows this gentleman I would
appreciate you asking him to contact me. Also if anyone knows anything
about my family or Mielagenai/Melegan I would appreciate hearing >from
you.

Thank you,

Eric Svirskis, in Melbourne, Australia.
svire@melbpc.org.au

Interested in: FLEXER, GANTOVNIK or GONTOVNIK, GESKIN, GROSSBEIN,
KLUMEL, MALACKA, MUSZKATBLAT, OKUN, PORUS, SRAGOWITZ, SVIRSKI, SVIRSKIS,
or SWIRSKY, & ZILBERMAN, from: Belarus & Lithuania: Adutiskis,
Danelovich/Daniloviciaia, Dolhinov, Kovno/Kaunas, Mielagenai/Melegan,
Panevezys, Shtayachisok, and Widze/Vidzy.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Searching for Svirskis/Swirsky from Mielagenai & Dunilavicy #lithuania

Eric Svirskis
 

My late father was born in Dunilaviy/Dunilevich (now in Belarus) in 1915.
Most of the family have the surnames SWIRSKY my family were known as
SVIRSKIS at least as early as the 1920 Internal Passports, Lithuania.
I have recently discovered my grandfather Shlomo Zalman (Solomon)
SVIRSKIS was born in Mielagenai/Melegan, Lithuania (about 95 Km >from
Vilnius), in 1881. This is a very small place, the Jewish population
in 1900 being 118 and at the last census (2000) the total population
was 284 .

On Family Finder there are only 2 (other) researchers (now 3!) one
of whom is looking for SWERSKY family. It is Ernest Douglas SWERSKY.
I sent him a message several weeks ago & have not had a reply yet.
In case he has not received it if anyone knows this gentleman I would
appreciate you asking him to contact me. Also if anyone knows anything
about my family or Mielagenai/Melegan I would appreciate hearing >from
you.

Thank you,

Eric Svirskis, in Melbourne, Australia.
svire@melbpc.org.au

Interested in: FLEXER, GANTOVNIK or GONTOVNIK, GESKIN, GROSSBEIN,
KLUMEL, MALACKA, MUSZKATBLAT, OKUN, PORUS, SRAGOWITZ, SVIRSKI, SVIRSKIS,
or SWIRSKY, & ZILBERMAN, from: Belarus & Lithuania: Adutiskis,
Danelovich/Daniloviciaia, Dolhinov, Kovno/Kaunas, Mielagenai/Melegan,
Panevezys, Shtayachisok, and Widze/Vidzy.


Alternate means to access 3 volume set "Yerushalayim d'Lita" by Leyzer Ran #lithuania

Joel Ratner
 

I have received several inquiries regarding the links provided to Leyzer
Ran's 3 volume set about the city of Vilna. Researchers have been having
difficulty with the links. The Internet Archive has these books as well
and they can be accessed as follows:

Volume 1: https://archive.org/details/nybc314075

Volume 2: https://archive.org/details/nybc314391

Volume 3: https://archive.org/details/nybc314392

Joel Ratner
Newton, MA.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Alternate means to access 3 volume set "Yerushalayim d'Lita" by Leyzer Ran #lithuania

Joel Ratner
 

I have received several inquiries regarding the links provided to Leyzer
Ran's 3 volume set about the city of Vilna. Researchers have been having
difficulty with the links. The Internet Archive has these books as well
and they can be accessed as follows:

Volume 1: https://archive.org/details/nybc314075

Volume 2: https://archive.org/details/nybc314391

Volume 3: https://archive.org/details/nybc314392

Joel Ratner
Newton, MA.


WASILKOVSKY Sister #poland

David Slater
 

I’m at a brick wall searching for a WASILKOVSKY sister (probably born
Wasilkow) who likely lived and married in Bialystok, then emigrated with
husband & settled in Mossel Bay, South Africa. I don’t know her first name
nor her husband’s first or surname.

I do know her father’s name was Boruch and that her other 3 sisters all
lived and married in Bialystok:

Neshke WASILKOVSKY m. Jankiel FIKSEL, 1873
Zelda WASILKOVSKY m. Moshe KRAUZE/KRAUSE, 1878
Esther WASILKOVSKY m. Benjamin WAJS/WEISS, 1885

I searched JRI-Poland and South African resources I could find with no luck.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

David Slater
Atlanta, GA
slaterd@bellsouth.net

Researching

SCHLACHTER, BARON, DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES, MORVITZ/MOFTEZ, IOFFE/YAFFE/JAFFE,
SKODOWITZ; – Kovarskas, Lithuania
DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES; - Anyksciai, Lithuania
SIMONSOHN/SIMSON, WEINSTEIN, WINBLER, SCHWARTZ; – Riga, Latvia
KRAUZE/KRAUSE, FIKSEL/FIXEL, WASILKOVSKY, WEISS, KUPER/KOOPER,
MARCHEVSKY/MARCUS; – Bialystok, Poland
WASILKOVSKY, SPECTOR, COHEN; – Wasilow, Poland
TAICH/DAJCZ/DEUTSCH, MOSHKOVSKY, MONTE, ROCKOVITZ, BUCKOVITZKI, MEIROVITZ,
KUZINETZ; – Slonim, Belarus
FUCHS/FOX, PALEY/PALEY; – Bobruisk, Belarus


JRI Poland #Poland WASILKOVSKY Sister #poland

David Slater
 

I’m at a brick wall searching for a WASILKOVSKY sister (probably born
Wasilkow) who likely lived and married in Bialystok, then emigrated with
husband & settled in Mossel Bay, South Africa. I don’t know her first name
nor her husband’s first or surname.

I do know her father’s name was Boruch and that her other 3 sisters all
lived and married in Bialystok:

Neshke WASILKOVSKY m. Jankiel FIKSEL, 1873
Zelda WASILKOVSKY m. Moshe KRAUZE/KRAUSE, 1878
Esther WASILKOVSKY m. Benjamin WAJS/WEISS, 1885

I searched JRI-Poland and South African resources I could find with no luck.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

David Slater
Atlanta, GA
slaterd@bellsouth.net

Researching

SCHLACHTER, BARON, DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES, MORVITZ/MOFTEZ, IOFFE/YAFFE/JAFFE,
SKODOWITZ; – Kovarskas, Lithuania
DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES; - Anyksciai, Lithuania
SIMONSOHN/SIMSON, WEINSTEIN, WINBLER, SCHWARTZ; – Riga, Latvia
KRAUZE/KRAUSE, FIKSEL/FIXEL, WASILKOVSKY, WEISS, KUPER/KOOPER,
MARCHEVSKY/MARCUS; – Bialystok, Poland
WASILKOVSKY, SPECTOR, COHEN; – Wasilow, Poland
TAICH/DAJCZ/DEUTSCH, MOSHKOVSKY, MONTE, ROCKOVITZ, BUCKOVITZKI, MEIROVITZ,
KUZINETZ; – Slonim, Belarus
FUCHS/FOX, PALEY/PALEY; – Bobruisk, Belarus


JGSGW June 11, 2017 Meeting Announcement #general

Robin Meltzer
 

JGSGW June 11, 2017 Meeting Announcement

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington will host its June 2017
meeting on Sunday, June 11, 2017 at 1:00 pm at B'nai Israel Congregation,
6301 Montrose Road, Rockville, MD.

Program: The Stedman Story: Mystery, Intrigue, Adoption and DNA Jewish Genealogy
Strategies Unravel a Family Mystery
Speaker: Karen S. Franklin

Five years ago, Karen Franklin was hired to organize the papers of Jon
Stedman (1933-2009). Analysis of John's papers and a description of
strategies developed to move forward on the project highlighted the changing
nature of family history research. This is a true life story involving
mystery, bigamy, adoption and DNA. The secretive life of Jesse Oppenheimer,
alias John Stedman (1887-1950) was unraveled using family research
techniques that are useful to all genealogists. Though his DNA was tested in
2001, an upgrade in 2013 helped an adopted child find her birth mother, and
a child conceived by in-vitro fertilization almost 40 years ago, who is now
working to find his birth father.

Karen Franklin is the director of family research at the Leo Baeck
Institute, chair of the Memorial Museums Committee of ICOM (the
International Council of Museums) and president of the Obermayer German
Jewish History Awards. She is Co-chair of the Board of Governors of
JewishGen, a past president of the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies, and has been an active leader, lecturer, and author
in the field of museums, genealogy and looted art.

Karen is a world-renowned expert on German Jewish Genealogy, She has also
given 'how to' sessions with southern (American Jewish) families. Families
from Alabama, Mississippi, and South Carolina are among those she has
researched. Recently, she lectured in France, Germany, Austria, Colorado and
Los Angeles (on other topics). Past subjects have included: Josephine Marcus
(common law wife of Wyatt Earp).

JGSGW Guest Attendance Policy: As of January 1, 2014, a non-member may
attend the monthly JGSGW meeting as a Guest for a $5.00 fee payable at the
sign-in table. The $5.00 Guest fee may be applied toward payment of annual
JGSGW membership dues if dues are paid at the same meeting at which the
guest fee was paid. JGSGW members requiring personal assistance at a
meeting due to a health condition or disability may bring someone to assist
them free of charge.

Robin Meltzer
VP Communications, JGSGW
http://www.jgsgw.org
https://www.facebook.com/groups/jgsgw


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSGW June 11, 2017 Meeting Announcement #general

Robin Meltzer
 

JGSGW June 11, 2017 Meeting Announcement

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington will host its June 2017
meeting on Sunday, June 11, 2017 at 1:00 pm at B'nai Israel Congregation,
6301 Montrose Road, Rockville, MD.

Program: The Stedman Story: Mystery, Intrigue, Adoption and DNA Jewish Genealogy
Strategies Unravel a Family Mystery
Speaker: Karen S. Franklin

Five years ago, Karen Franklin was hired to organize the papers of Jon
Stedman (1933-2009). Analysis of John's papers and a description of
strategies developed to move forward on the project highlighted the changing
nature of family history research. This is a true life story involving
mystery, bigamy, adoption and DNA. The secretive life of Jesse Oppenheimer,
alias John Stedman (1887-1950) was unraveled using family research
techniques that are useful to all genealogists. Though his DNA was tested in
2001, an upgrade in 2013 helped an adopted child find her birth mother, and
a child conceived by in-vitro fertilization almost 40 years ago, who is now
working to find his birth father.

Karen Franklin is the director of family research at the Leo Baeck
Institute, chair of the Memorial Museums Committee of ICOM (the
International Council of Museums) and president of the Obermayer German
Jewish History Awards. She is Co-chair of the Board of Governors of
JewishGen, a past president of the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies, and has been an active leader, lecturer, and author
in the field of museums, genealogy and looted art.

Karen is a world-renowned expert on German Jewish Genealogy, She has also
given 'how to' sessions with southern (American Jewish) families. Families
from Alabama, Mississippi, and South Carolina are among those she has
researched. Recently, she lectured in France, Germany, Austria, Colorado and
Los Angeles (on other topics). Past subjects have included: Josephine Marcus
(common law wife of Wyatt Earp).

JGSGW Guest Attendance Policy: As of January 1, 2014, a non-member may
attend the monthly JGSGW meeting as a Guest for a $5.00 fee payable at the
sign-in table. The $5.00 Guest fee may be applied toward payment of annual
JGSGW membership dues if dues are paid at the same meeting at which the
guest fee was paid. JGSGW members requiring personal assistance at a
meeting due to a health condition or disability may bring someone to assist
them free of charge.

Robin Meltzer
VP Communications, JGSGW
http://www.jgsgw.org
https://www.facebook.com/groups/jgsgw


WASILKOVSKY Sister #southafrica

David Slater
 

I’m at a brick wall searching for a WASILKOVSKY sister (probably born
Vasilkuv) who likely lived and married in Bialystok, then emigrated with
husband & settled in Mossel Bay, South Africa. I don’t know her first name
nor her husband’s first or surname.

I do know her father’s name was Boruch and that her other 3 sisters all
lived and married in Bialystok:

Neshke WASILKOVSKY m. Jankiel FIKSEL, 1873
Zelda WASILKOVSKY m. Moshe KRAUZE/KRAUSE, 1878
Esther WASILKOVSKY m. Benjamin WAJS/WEISS, 1885

I searched JRI-Poland and South African resources I could find with no luck.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

David Slater
Atlanta, GA
slaterd@bellsouth.net

Researching
SCHLACHTER, BARON, DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES, MORVITZ/MOFTEZ, IOFFE/YAFFE/JAFFE,
SKODOWITZ; – Kovarskas, Lithuania
DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES; - Anyksciai, Lithuania
SIMONSOHN/SIMSON, WEINSTEIN, WINBLER, SCHWARTZ; – Riga, Latvia
KRAUZE/KRAUSE, FIKSEL/FIXEL, WASILKOVSKY, WEISS, KUPER/KOOPER,
MARCHEVSKY/MARCUS; – Bialystok, Poland
WASILKOVSKY, SPECTOR, COHEN; – Wasilow, Poland
TAICH/DAJCZ/DEUTSCH, MOSHKOVSKY, MONTE, ROCKOVITZ, BUCKOVITZKI, MEIROVITZ,
KUZINETZ; – Slonim, Belarus
FUCHS/FOX, PALEY/PALEY; – Bobruisk, Belarus


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica WASILKOVSKY Sister #southafrica

David Slater
 

I’m at a brick wall searching for a WASILKOVSKY sister (probably born
Vasilkuv) who likely lived and married in Bialystok, then emigrated with
husband & settled in Mossel Bay, South Africa. I don’t know her first name
nor her husband’s first or surname.

I do know her father’s name was Boruch and that her other 3 sisters all
lived and married in Bialystok:

Neshke WASILKOVSKY m. Jankiel FIKSEL, 1873
Zelda WASILKOVSKY m. Moshe KRAUZE/KRAUSE, 1878
Esther WASILKOVSKY m. Benjamin WAJS/WEISS, 1885

I searched JRI-Poland and South African resources I could find with no luck.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

David Slater
Atlanta, GA
slaterd@bellsouth.net

Researching
SCHLACHTER, BARON, DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES, MORVITZ/MOFTEZ, IOFFE/YAFFE/JAFFE,
SKODOWITZ; – Kovarskas, Lithuania
DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES; - Anyksciai, Lithuania
SIMONSOHN/SIMSON, WEINSTEIN, WINBLER, SCHWARTZ; – Riga, Latvia
KRAUZE/KRAUSE, FIKSEL/FIXEL, WASILKOVSKY, WEISS, KUPER/KOOPER,
MARCHEVSKY/MARCUS; – Bialystok, Poland
WASILKOVSKY, SPECTOR, COHEN; – Wasilow, Poland
TAICH/DAJCZ/DEUTSCH, MOSHKOVSKY, MONTE, ROCKOVITZ, BUCKOVITZKI, MEIROVITZ,
KUZINETZ; – Slonim, Belarus
FUCHS/FOX, PALEY/PALEY; – Bobruisk, Belarus


Re: Stolp families - some research tips. #germany

Sharan E. Newman
 

While a complete transcription may be beyond my skill and time, I did skim
the Stolp marriage records 1822 - 1848. I didn't find any of my families
but I have made a list of the most common family names. The names are
written clearly, followed by the date of the marriage. Even without a
knowledge of German Gothic script, they aren't hard to read.

https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/447109 -- click on the camera icons
next to the film numbers. Start on page 244

Names >from Stolp and surrounding towns: Selig, Wolfberg, Franck, Danelius
(this one fascinates me) Caspar, Jacoby, Gottschalk, Cohn, Philips, Becker,
Lewen, Friedlander.

I hope this will be useful to other researchers.

Sharan Newman, sharan@hevanet.com


German SIG #Germany Re: Stolp families - some research tips. #germany

Sharan E. Newman
 

While a complete transcription may be beyond my skill and time, I did skim
the Stolp marriage records 1822 - 1848. I didn't find any of my families
but I have made a list of the most common family names. The names are
written clearly, followed by the date of the marriage. Even without a
knowledge of German Gothic script, they aren't hard to read.

https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/447109 -- click on the camera icons
next to the film numbers. Start on page 244

Names >from Stolp and surrounding towns: Selig, Wolfberg, Franck, Danelius
(this one fascinates me) Caspar, Jacoby, Gottschalk, Cohn, Philips, Becker,
Lewen, Friedlander.

I hope this will be useful to other researchers.

Sharan Newman, sharan@hevanet.com


Bessarabia SIG update for the month of May 2017 #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

Here is an update for the month of May 2017 for Bessarabia SIG.
See the details at the "What's New" section of our web site.

Bessarabia Databases section. Update:
- Bessarabia Revision Lists. An update was sent to JewishGen and it will be
available soon, probably this week!
Set includes 12,702 records for the towns of Kiliya, Beltsy, Teleneshty,
Novoselitsa, Leovo, Rezina, Ataki, Kishinev and Akkerman.
See the table with the towns, years at the Bessarabia Databases section.

Cemeteries section. Updates:
- List of Jewish Cemeteries in Bessarabia and Moldova, updated.

- Bolgrad Jewish Cemetery was photographed and indexed. 130 burial records
with 120 photographs were sent to JewishGen/JOWBR. Also there are 2 photos
of unknown graves available at the website and >from Bolgrad Cemetery report.
Please see the overview, maps, photos, and more at Bolgrad Cemetery Report

KehilaLinks websites.
Two new websites are going to be built for the town of Ismail, Ukraine and
town of Zaim, Moldova. If you have any material about Jewish life in these
towns, like photos, post cards, family trees, stories, etc. Yefim Kogan is
the webmaster for these sites.

Genealogical Conferences. A reminder:
One of the sessions at the Jewish Genealogical conference in Orlando going
to be Bessarabia/Moldova: Questions and Answers. Please submit questions on
geography, history, Jewish history, genealogy, archives, and more to Inna
Vayner or me.

Please let us know if you have any questions or ideas how to make our SIG
better.

Thank you all,
Yefim Kogan, Inna Vayner
Bessarabia SIG Leaders and Coordinators


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Bessarabia SIG update for the month of May 2017 #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

Here is an update for the month of May 2017 for Bessarabia SIG.
See the details at the "What's New" section of our web site.

Bessarabia Databases section. Update:
- Bessarabia Revision Lists. An update was sent to JewishGen and it will be
available soon, probably this week!
Set includes 12,702 records for the towns of Kiliya, Beltsy, Teleneshty,
Novoselitsa, Leovo, Rezina, Ataki, Kishinev and Akkerman.
See the table with the towns, years at the Bessarabia Databases section.

Cemeteries section. Updates:
- List of Jewish Cemeteries in Bessarabia and Moldova, updated.

- Bolgrad Jewish Cemetery was photographed and indexed. 130 burial records
with 120 photographs were sent to JewishGen/JOWBR. Also there are 2 photos
of unknown graves available at the website and >from Bolgrad Cemetery report.
Please see the overview, maps, photos, and more at Bolgrad Cemetery Report

KehilaLinks websites.
Two new websites are going to be built for the town of Ismail, Ukraine and
town of Zaim, Moldova. If you have any material about Jewish life in these
towns, like photos, post cards, family trees, stories, etc. Yefim Kogan is
the webmaster for these sites.

Genealogical Conferences. A reminder:
One of the sessions at the Jewish Genealogical conference in Orlando going
to be Bessarabia/Moldova: Questions and Answers. Please submit questions on
geography, history, Jewish history, genealogy, archives, and more to Inna
Vayner or me.

Please let us know if you have any questions or ideas how to make our SIG
better.

Thank you all,
Yefim Kogan, Inna Vayner
Bessarabia SIG Leaders and Coordinators


Beckelman/Beykelman #bessarabia

Jay Gordon <jaylgordon@...>
 

Hello,

I am interested in corresponding with anyone with connections to my Beckelman/Beykelman line.
Here is what I know, going as far back as I can:

1. Joseph Beck: my maternal grandfather (1914-2002)

2. Joseph's father: Abraham Beckelman (1891-1967)
mother: Hattie Lakfish (1894-1920)

3. Abraham's father: Solomon/Shlema Beykelman (1866-1940)
mother: Mindy/Mindlya (b. 1868, d. ?)

4. Solomon and Mindy were married 8 June 1889.
Groom was enlisted in reserve army and Kishinev petty bourgeois, ticket >from Kishinev people's
court 13-Oct-1888 #4682, bride was Kishinev petty bourgeois, Dowry of 48 Rubles.

Solomon and Mindy came to the USA >from Kishinev with son Abraham and at least one other child
(Pauline?) in 1900, as far as I can tell. At least one child died very young back in Kishinev. They had
a couple more kids once in the USA.

I would like especially to learn more about my great-grandfather's generation (Abraham and siblings)
as well as any information about ancestors further back.

Thank you.

Jay Gordon
MODERATOR NOTE - Please reply directly to sender unless the information, research strategies, etc.
may be relevant to others


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Beckelman/Beykelman #bessarabia

Jay Gordon <jaylgordon@...>
 

Hello,

I am interested in corresponding with anyone with connections to my Beckelman/Beykelman line.
Here is what I know, going as far back as I can:

1. Joseph Beck: my maternal grandfather (1914-2002)

2. Joseph's father: Abraham Beckelman (1891-1967)
mother: Hattie Lakfish (1894-1920)

3. Abraham's father: Solomon/Shlema Beykelman (1866-1940)
mother: Mindy/Mindlya (b. 1868, d. ?)

4. Solomon and Mindy were married 8 June 1889.
Groom was enlisted in reserve army and Kishinev petty bourgeois, ticket >from Kishinev people's
court 13-Oct-1888 #4682, bride was Kishinev petty bourgeois, Dowry of 48 Rubles.

Solomon and Mindy came to the USA >from Kishinev with son Abraham and at least one other child
(Pauline?) in 1900, as far as I can tell. At least one child died very young back in Kishinev. They had
a couple more kids once in the USA.

I would like especially to learn more about my great-grandfather's generation (Abraham and siblings)
as well as any information about ancestors further back.

Thank you.

Jay Gordon
MODERATOR NOTE - Please reply directly to sender unless the information, research strategies, etc.
may be relevant to others


Alternate means to access 3 volume set "Yerushalayim d'Lita" by Leyzer Ran #general

Joel Ratner
 

I have received several inquiries regarding the links provided to Leyzer Rans' 3
volume set about the city of Vilna. Researchers have been having difficulty with
the links. The Internet Archive has these books as well and they can be accessed
as follows:

Volume 1: https://archive.org/details/nybc314075
Volume 2: https://archive.org/details/nybc314391
Volume 3: https://archive.org/details/nybc314392

Joel Ratner
Newton, MA.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Alternate means to access 3 volume set "Yerushalayim d'Lita" by Leyzer Ran #general

Joel Ratner
 

I have received several inquiries regarding the links provided to Leyzer Rans' 3
volume set about the city of Vilna. Researchers have been having difficulty with
the links. The Internet Archive has these books as well and they can be accessed
as follows:

Volume 1: https://archive.org/details/nybc314075
Volume 2: https://archive.org/details/nybc314391
Volume 3: https://archive.org/details/nybc314392

Joel Ratner
Newton, MA.

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