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Re: 1929 Polish Business Directory Project #galicia

Debra Price <dsprice@...>
 

I searched the index, found a name of interest, clicked on the page range, and
the first page came up in Adobe. I typed in the page # that I wanted in the box
on top, but nothing happened. Can anyone explain how to view the rest of the
pages?

Debra Price
Plainview, NY

MODERATOR NOTE: You can find the Internet pages at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/bizdir/start.htm

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: 1929 Polish Business Directory Project #general

Debra Price <dsprice@...>
 

I searched the index, found a name of interest, clicked on the page range, and
the first page came up in Adobe. I typed in the page # that I wanted in the box
on top, but nothing happened. Can anyone explain how to view the rest of the
pages?

Debra Price
Plainview, NY

MODERATOR NOTE: You can find the Internet pages at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/bizdir/start.htm

Hungarian Military Prisoner/Deaths Database #general

G Czene
 

Hello,

http://www.hadifogoly.adatbanyaszat.hu/

is a Hungarian site with a searchable database of prisoners/military deaths.

Gizella Czene

MODERATOR NOTE: The site is in Hungarian with no English translation

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hungarian Military Prisoner/Deaths Database #general

G Czene
 

Hello,

http://www.hadifogoly.adatbanyaszat.hu/

is a Hungarian site with a searchable database of prisoners/military deaths.

Gizella Czene

MODERATOR NOTE: The site is in Hungarian with no English translation

FRANKL/JEITELES #austria-czech

RHEBOB@...
 

I am researching my husband's family tree. On his paternal side, his
gggrandparents were Abram and Filipina BAUM FRANKL. They had four children born in
Weitentrebetitsch:
Mina FRANKL, born 1828, died 1904
Alexander FRANKL, born 1829, died 1885
Israel FRANKL, born 1831, died 1905
Isak FRANKL, born 1834, died 1907 - was a Rabbi in Neustadt bei Haid
married Eva JEITELES in 1860 (born 1832 in Wallergrun)
Their children:
Bernhard FRANKL born 1861
Sofie FRANKL born 1863
Regina FRANKL born 1865
Adolf FRANKL born 1866
Maximilian FRANKL born 1868 - my husband's grandfather who
married Rosalie (Teresa) STEINREICH
Their children:
Anna FRANKL born 1899 in Rakonitz died 199?
Adolph FRANKL born 1901 in New York City died 1984
Emma FRANKL born in New York City died 190?
Alois FRANKL born 1870
Julius FRANKL born 1872

Eva JEITELES' parents were Jacob and Judita WEBER JEITELES and she had three
siblings: Salomon and Moritz JEITELES and Teresie JEITELES BAUER. My
husband's parents were Adolph and Elsie DOERNER FRANKL, who were married in
1926 in New York City/

Interesting sidelight: At the Toronto conference, Nora Freund found members
of her family listed as paying condolences in the death papers of Eva Jeiteles
Frankl (1905). They were obviously members of Rabbi Isak Frankl's
congregation.

If anything rings a bell, please contact me.

Rhea Kantner Frankl
Wesley Hills, NY

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech FRANKL/JEITELES #austria-czech

RHEBOB@...
 

I am researching my husband's family tree. On his paternal side, his
gggrandparents were Abram and Filipina BAUM FRANKL. They had four children born in
Weitentrebetitsch:
Mina FRANKL, born 1828, died 1904
Alexander FRANKL, born 1829, died 1885
Israel FRANKL, born 1831, died 1905
Isak FRANKL, born 1834, died 1907 - was a Rabbi in Neustadt bei Haid
married Eva JEITELES in 1860 (born 1832 in Wallergrun)
Their children:
Bernhard FRANKL born 1861
Sofie FRANKL born 1863
Regina FRANKL born 1865
Adolf FRANKL born 1866
Maximilian FRANKL born 1868 - my husband's grandfather who
married Rosalie (Teresa) STEINREICH
Their children:
Anna FRANKL born 1899 in Rakonitz died 199?
Adolph FRANKL born 1901 in New York City died 1984
Emma FRANKL born in New York City died 190?
Alois FRANKL born 1870
Julius FRANKL born 1872

Eva JEITELES' parents were Jacob and Judita WEBER JEITELES and she had three
siblings: Salomon and Moritz JEITELES and Teresie JEITELES BAUER. My
husband's parents were Adolph and Elsie DOERNER FRANKL, who were married in
1926 in New York City/

Interesting sidelight: At the Toronto conference, Nora Freund found members
of her family listed as paying condolences in the death papers of Eva Jeiteles
Frankl (1905). They were obviously members of Rabbi Isak Frankl's
congregation.

If anything rings a bell, please contact me.

Rhea Kantner Frankl
Wesley Hills, NY

IAJGS Conference: Resource Room material request #austria-czech

Sharla Levine <austriaczech@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006. A
highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees with an
"on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will showcase research
projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and societies, their
members, and independent researchers throughout the world. The Resource
Room Committee is requesting contributions of genealogical materials, which
would be useful and informative to the Conference attendees, especially
those that are unique or unusual, including works-in-progress and
pre-release databases. In particular, the Committee is requesting printed
or computerized copies of indexes, databases, unpublished manuscripts and
private collections, in addition to commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound (i.e.
no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the Conference has
ended. Material in electronic form and computer databases should be
compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you have materials to
contribute to the Resource Room, please send a description of those items
to the Committee at resources@... or the address below as soon as
convenient so we can proceed with our planning. The Resource Room Committee
will contact all contributors regarding arrangements to obtain the
materials prior to the Conference and to return them afterwards. Be assured
that appropriate security measures will be taken to protect all loaned
resources, however please provide copies of your material, not the
originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate their
materials, please let us know which languages you can translate, and we
will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room Committee at
resources@...
Stew Driller,
Michael Pertain,
Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee

Re: Landesgericht Wien - the fate of Alexander ROSENHEIM #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

In my posting two weeks ago, I wrote that I had
discovered how to find the people murdered {or who
died in suspicious circumstances} at the
Landesgericht, Vienna.

Please enter "Landesgericht" into the slot
designated: "Oder nach einem Betreff uber die gesamte
Liste suchen" on the "Letter to the Stars" website:
http://www.lettertothestars.at/

I have now followed through all the names on the
Landesgerichts list on Yad vashem and have found two
pages of testimony [POT]:

This one is most poignant and tells us of the fate of
Alexander Johannes ROSENHEIM [father Ignaz] born
07.12.1904 in Vienna. His brother Josef >from Kiryat
Motzkin wrote the POT on 20 December 1999 - so he must
already have been very old. He writes quite plainly
that his brother was beheaded on 21 May 1944 at the
Landesgericht fur Strafsachen [Criminal Court].

If you go to the Doew website http://www.doew.at/ and
search on the right for "Nicht mehr anonym" and enter
ROSENHEIM you will see a photograph - Click on it and
you will see details of his indictment [he was a
shoemaker's assistant] related to his being a member
of the Communist party. Date of birth either 5 or 7
Dec 1904. The execution was a week after the trial
began.

I will write about the other POT at a later stage.
We now know that summary executions were carried out
at the Landesgericht.

Celia Male [U.K.]

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech IAJGS Conference: Resource Room material request #austria-czech

Sharla Levine <austriaczech@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006. A
highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees with an
"on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will showcase research
projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and societies, their
members, and independent researchers throughout the world. The Resource
Room Committee is requesting contributions of genealogical materials, which
would be useful and informative to the Conference attendees, especially
those that are unique or unusual, including works-in-progress and
pre-release databases. In particular, the Committee is requesting printed
or computerized copies of indexes, databases, unpublished manuscripts and
private collections, in addition to commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound (i.e.
no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the Conference has
ended. Material in electronic form and computer databases should be
compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you have materials to
contribute to the Resource Room, please send a description of those items
to the Committee at resources@... or the address below as soon as
convenient so we can proceed with our planning. The Resource Room Committee
will contact all contributors regarding arrangements to obtain the
materials prior to the Conference and to return them afterwards. Be assured
that appropriate security measures will be taken to protect all loaned
resources, however please provide copies of your material, not the
originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate their
materials, please let us know which languages you can translate, and we
will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room Committee at
resources@...
Stew Driller,
Michael Pertain,
Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Landesgericht Wien - the fate of Alexander ROSENHEIM #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

In my posting two weeks ago, I wrote that I had
discovered how to find the people murdered {or who
died in suspicious circumstances} at the
Landesgericht, Vienna.

Please enter "Landesgericht" into the slot
designated: "Oder nach einem Betreff uber die gesamte
Liste suchen" on the "Letter to the Stars" website:
http://www.lettertothestars.at/

I have now followed through all the names on the
Landesgerichts list on Yad vashem and have found two
pages of testimony [POT]:

This one is most poignant and tells us of the fate of
Alexander Johannes ROSENHEIM [father Ignaz] born
07.12.1904 in Vienna. His brother Josef >from Kiryat
Motzkin wrote the POT on 20 December 1999 - so he must
already have been very old. He writes quite plainly
that his brother was beheaded on 21 May 1944 at the
Landesgericht fur Strafsachen [Criminal Court].

If you go to the Doew website http://www.doew.at/ and
search on the right for "Nicht mehr anonym" and enter
ROSENHEIM you will see a photograph - Click on it and
you will see details of his indictment [he was a
shoemaker's assistant] related to his being a member
of the Communist party. Date of birth either 5 or 7
Dec 1904. The execution was a week after the trial
began.

I will write about the other POT at a later stage.
We now know that summary executions were carried out
at the Landesgericht.

Celia Male [U.K.]

Australian Census- 2006- opt-in provision on Question 60 #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners,

I am writing to you to provide information on the genealogically important
issue of retention of the individual information on the up-coming Australian
5 -year census. If you know of Australian residents, or have them as
members of your genealogical society, please share this notice with them, by
including an article in your newsletter, posting fliers at your meetings or
other relevant means.

Australia will be holding its census on August 8, 2006 and this year there
will be an "opt-in" provision to retain the individual census information.
While this is a major genealogical success >from the past when censuses were
disposed of, it is an "opt-in" provision and therefore, it is imperative
that ALL Australian residents click on "YES" for question # 60!

The retention question, # 60 reads: "Does each person in this household
agree to his/her name and address and other information on this form being
kept by the National Archives of Australia and then made publicly available
after 99 years?"

Each Australian needs to affirmatively respond to this question, not just
the head of household. If this question is ignored it will be considered a
*No* and none of the information will be retained for future family history
or other genealogically relevant purposes.

As with all censuses, persons completing the census forms should keep copies
for their family files.

Background:

The Census Information Legislation Amendment Bill (2005) was introduced into
the House of Representatives of the Australian Parliament on 3 November 2005
and passed later that month unopposed. It was passed by the Australian
Senate on 27 February 2006 and awaits Royal assent to become law.

The Bill amends the Census and Statistics Act (1905) and the Archives Act
(1983) relating to the retention of identified census information by the
National Archives of Australia. The Bill ensures that name identified
information collected in all future Australian censuses will be preserved
for future genealogical and other research. Retention only applies to
information supplied by those households that provide explicit consent on
the census form. Some 51 percent of Australian's answered *Yes* to the
retention of their forms in the 2001 census survey. This was in effect a
national referendum of the Australian people and a majority voted that our
history matters. Australia can do even better this year. A major educational
campaign is being wagered to inform all Australian residents to
affirmatively respond to question 60.

An intense 20 year political campaign by Australasian Federation of Family
History Organizations (AFFHO) prior to the 2001 survey, resulted in a
complete reversal on a long standing Federal Government policy to destroy
Census returns and publish numerical statistics only. Prior to 2001, no
census survey of national coverage in Australia has survived since 1828.

As with the 2001 survey, during the 99 year period, the name identified
information will not be released by the National Archives under any
circumstances.

The AFFHO is working closely with the Australian Bureau of Statistics and
the National Archives of Australia to assist in the national public
education campaign prior to census night. Please support the AFFHO by
encouraging as many Australians as possible to answer *Yes* in the census
question concerning the retention of this vital record of the Australian
culture. Unless question #60 is answered *Yes* the census form will not be
retained in the archives.

AFFHO is Australia's peak genealogical organization and represents an
estimated 300,000 genealogical record users across the country. The
estimated cost of the census is $300 million

The complete 2006 census is 61 questions long.

For more information please go to: http://www.affho.org/projects/census.php

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

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Australian Census- 2006- opt-in provision on Question 60 #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners,

I am writing to you to provide information on the genealogically important
issue of retention of the individual information on the up-coming Australian
5 -year census. If you know of Australian residents, or have them as
members of your genealogical society, please share this notice with them, by
including an article in your newsletter, posting fliers at your meetings or
other relevant means.

Australia will be holding its census on August 8, 2006 and this year there
will be an "opt-in" provision to retain the individual census information.
While this is a major genealogical success >from the past when censuses were
disposed of, it is an "opt-in" provision and therefore, it is imperative
that ALL Australian residents click on "YES" for question # 60!

The retention question, # 60 reads: "Does each person in this household
agree to his/her name and address and other information on this form being
kept by the National Archives of Australia and then made publicly available
after 99 years?"

Each Australian needs to affirmatively respond to this question, not just
the head of household. If this question is ignored it will be considered a
*No* and none of the information will be retained for future family history
or other genealogically relevant purposes.

As with all censuses, persons completing the census forms should keep copies
for their family files.

Background:

The Census Information Legislation Amendment Bill (2005) was introduced into
the House of Representatives of the Australian Parliament on 3 November 2005
and passed later that month unopposed. It was passed by the Australian
Senate on 27 February 2006 and awaits Royal assent to become law.

The Bill amends the Census and Statistics Act (1905) and the Archives Act
(1983) relating to the retention of identified census information by the
National Archives of Australia. The Bill ensures that name identified
information collected in all future Australian censuses will be preserved
for future genealogical and other research. Retention only applies to
information supplied by those households that provide explicit consent on
the census form. Some 51 percent of Australian's answered *Yes* to the
retention of their forms in the 2001 census survey. This was in effect a
national referendum of the Australian people and a majority voted that our
history matters. Australia can do even better this year. A major educational
campaign is being wagered to inform all Australian residents to
affirmatively respond to question 60.

An intense 20 year political campaign by Australasian Federation of Family
History Organizations (AFFHO) prior to the 2001 survey, resulted in a
complete reversal on a long standing Federal Government policy to destroy
Census returns and publish numerical statistics only. Prior to 2001, no
census survey of national coverage in Australia has survived since 1828.

As with the 2001 survey, during the 99 year period, the name identified
information will not be released by the National Archives under any
circumstances.

The AFFHO is working closely with the Australian Bureau of Statistics and
the National Archives of Australia to assist in the national public
education campaign prior to census night. Please support the AFFHO by
encouraging as many Australians as possible to answer *Yes* in the census
question concerning the retention of this vital record of the Australian
culture. Unless question #60 is answered *Yes* the census form will not be
retained in the archives.

AFFHO is Australia's peak genealogical organization and represents an
estimated 300,000 genealogical record users across the country. The
estimated cost of the census is $300 million

The complete 2006 census is 61 questions long.

For more information please go to: http://www.affho.org/projects/census.php

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

Descendants of BEILE SOSSIE ZUCKERMAN and CHAIM LEIB FREUND #galicia

Barbara Zimmer <bravo.zulu@...>
 

Dear Leah,
If you look again at the records for the town/village of Moscicka
(22.8 miles NE of Chyrow) you will find two more births for Chaim
Leib and his wife: that of Scheindel in 1892 and Hinda in 1897. (For
the search I entered Zuckerman and the radius of 30 miles around
Chyrow ) That could mean that if Beile Sosie ever came to the US, she
might have been accompanied by several young daughters.....

There is also an Isaac Jona SICHERMAN born in 1882 to Hersch SCHWARZ
and Chane SICHERMAN in the town of Drohobycz.

Barbara Zimmer
Virginia

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Descendants of BEILE SOSSIE ZUCKERMAN and CHAIM LEIB FREUND #galicia

Barbara Zimmer <bravo.zulu@...>
 

Dear Leah,
If you look again at the records for the town/village of Moscicka
(22.8 miles NE of Chyrow) you will find two more births for Chaim
Leib and his wife: that of Scheindel in 1892 and Hinda in 1897. (For
the search I entered Zuckerman and the radius of 30 miles around
Chyrow ) That could mean that if Beile Sosie ever came to the US, she
might have been accompanied by several young daughters.....

There is also an Isaac Jona SICHERMAN born in 1882 to Hersch SCHWARZ
and Chane SICHERMAN in the town of Drohobycz.

Barbara Zimmer
Virginia

mystery BERNSTEIN Lithuania photo #general

Ben Forman <ben.forman@...>
 

Hi Genners,

I am hoping someone may recognise this photo, it shows my GGMs sister with her
husband, and would have been taken in Lithuania in the early 20th Century.
My GGM was >from Ylakai and her maiden name was Bernstein.
Any info would be brilliant.

http://www.benforman.co.uk/famtree/bernstein.jpg

Thanks

Ben Forman
Manchester UK

searching: FURMAN: Kaluszyn; CAHN: Koeln; BERNSTEIN: Ylakai, STILLMAN:
Pilica/Czestechowa; SAWADY: Zavadi; GEVER: Daugavpils

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen mystery BERNSTEIN Lithuania photo #general

Ben Forman <ben.forman@...>
 

Hi Genners,

I am hoping someone may recognise this photo, it shows my GGMs sister with her
husband, and would have been taken in Lithuania in the early 20th Century.
My GGM was >from Ylakai and her maiden name was Bernstein.
Any info would be brilliant.

http://www.benforman.co.uk/famtree/bernstein.jpg

Thanks

Ben Forman
Manchester UK

searching: FURMAN: Kaluszyn; CAHN: Koeln; BERNSTEIN: Ylakai, STILLMAN:
Pilica/Czestechowa; SAWADY: Zavadi; GEVER: Daugavpils

Jewish Chronicle 12.12.1941 #general

Ben Forman <ben.forman@...>
 

Hi Guys

I was at my grandmothers at the weekend and we found a copy of the Jewish
Chronicle >from 12 January 1941. In it was a letter >from Ethel JACOBUS and
George LE GRANGE of Finchley Rd London, which bought a wry smile to my face.

There was also an article about Jews in the forces with pictures and a short
news piece about Pte.L.FOX (Glasgow), Bette BERMAN (Glasgow) and
Ldg.Dvr.B.GOLDBERG (Cheltenham Spa, Gloucester). There is also some assorted
family information about the 3 women.

There was also a page of the Liverpool Echo >from 28 August 1915 about the
Liverpool girls swimming club. There is a picture and some of the names are
Captain: D.STONE, Sub-Captain R.SILVERSTONE, Sub-Captain: E.EPSTEIN

If anyone would like copies of these I have them scanned in.

Ben Forman
Manchester UK

searching: FURMAN: Kaluszyn; CAHN: Koeln; BERNSTEIN: Ylakai, STILLMAN:
Pilica/Czestechowa; SAWADY: Zavadi; GEVER: Daugavpils

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish Chronicle 12.12.1941 #general

Ben Forman <ben.forman@...>
 

Hi Guys

I was at my grandmothers at the weekend and we found a copy of the Jewish
Chronicle >from 12 January 1941. In it was a letter >from Ethel JACOBUS and
George LE GRANGE of Finchley Rd London, which bought a wry smile to my face.

There was also an article about Jews in the forces with pictures and a short
news piece about Pte.L.FOX (Glasgow), Bette BERMAN (Glasgow) and
Ldg.Dvr.B.GOLDBERG (Cheltenham Spa, Gloucester). There is also some assorted
family information about the 3 women.

There was also a page of the Liverpool Echo >from 28 August 1915 about the
Liverpool girls swimming club. There is a picture and some of the names are
Captain: D.STONE, Sub-Captain R.SILVERSTONE, Sub-Captain: E.EPSTEIN

If anyone would like copies of these I have them scanned in.

Ben Forman
Manchester UK

searching: FURMAN: Kaluszyn; CAHN: Koeln; BERNSTEIN: Ylakai, STILLMAN:
Pilica/Czestechowa; SAWADY: Zavadi; GEVER: Daugavpils

Descendants of BEILE SOSSIE ZUCKERMAN and CHAIM LEIB FREUND #ukraine

Leah and Eli Teicher
 

Dear Genners,
BEILE SOSIE ZUCKERMAN was married to CHAIM LEIB FREUND, in the mid 19th
century. They had a daughter named SARAH LEAH. All were born and lived in
CHYROW, UKRAINE. These details are given in JRI POLAND.
CHAIM FREUND left (then) Poland to the U.S.A he was 44 years old.
CHAIM FREUND was born on 1867, came to the U.S.A on May 31st 1911 (ELLIS
ISLAND data). He declared he had come >from CHYROW and that he had left there
his wife BEILE SOSIE. He also added that he had come to his brother in law
ITZCHAK (ISSAC) ZUCKERMAN, who to my opinion was his wife's brother.
Since my paternal family is ZUCKERMAN >from CHYROW I wonder if they had more
children, if BEILE had joined him, and most important -
Who are their descendants?
I assume BEILE and ITZCHAK ZUCKERMAN were my great grandfather's (MENACHEM
YEHUDA) brothers. Mainly because OF 2 REASONS:
1) Many of our cousins have those private names: BEILE, ISSAC, LEAH, SARAH.
2) CHYROW was then a little village with a large ZUCKERMAN family there

I hope someone has any idea how to look for them, or knows any details. I
would appreciate it very much.
Happy Purim,
Please answer to anafa-e@...
Dr. Leah Teicher,
Israel
Searching: ZUCKERMAN, FREUND, JUST (YUST), HERTZBERG - >from CHYROW, KROSNO,
JASLO, TARNOBRZEG, SANOK, ZMIGROD, PRZEMYSLE
TEICHER, SCHUBER (SZUBER) - >from ZABLOTOV, KOLOMEA, RUDKI, KULSZKOWCE all in
GALICIA.
SIDI, ASHER - >from IZMIR, TURKEY
GORENSHTEIN, BARAL, CHARONCIES - >from ROVNO, UKRAINE.

Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Descendants of BEILE SOSSIE ZUCKERMAN and CHAIM LEIB FREUND #ukraine

Leah and Eli Teicher
 

Dear Genners,
BEILE SOSIE ZUCKERMAN was married to CHAIM LEIB FREUND, in the mid 19th
century. They had a daughter named SARAH LEAH. All were born and lived in
CHYROW, UKRAINE. These details are given in JRI POLAND.
CHAIM FREUND left (then) Poland to the U.S.A he was 44 years old.
CHAIM FREUND was born on 1867, came to the U.S.A on May 31st 1911 (ELLIS
ISLAND data). He declared he had come >from CHYROW and that he had left there
his wife BEILE SOSIE. He also added that he had come to his brother in law
ITZCHAK (ISSAC) ZUCKERMAN, who to my opinion was his wife's brother.
Since my paternal family is ZUCKERMAN >from CHYROW I wonder if they had more
children, if BEILE had joined him, and most important -
Who are their descendants?
I assume BEILE and ITZCHAK ZUCKERMAN were my great grandfather's (MENACHEM
YEHUDA) brothers. Mainly because OF 2 REASONS:
1) Many of our cousins have those private names: BEILE, ISSAC, LEAH, SARAH.
2) CHYROW was then a little village with a large ZUCKERMAN family there

I hope someone has any idea how to look for them, or knows any details. I
would appreciate it very much.
Happy Purim,
Please answer to anafa-e@...
Dr. Leah Teicher,
Israel
Searching: ZUCKERMAN, FREUND, JUST (YUST), HERTZBERG - >from CHYROW, KROSNO,
JASLO, TARNOBRZEG, SANOK, ZMIGROD, PRZEMYSLE
TEICHER, SCHUBER (SZUBER) - >from ZABLOTOV, KOLOMEA, RUDKI, KULSZKOWCE all in
GALICIA.
SIDI, ASHER - >from IZMIR, TURKEY
GORENSHTEIN, BARAL, CHARONCIES - >from ROVNO, UKRAINE.