Date   

JRI Poland #Poland Canadian tax receipt now available for JRI-Poland contributions #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland and The Jewish Genealogical Society
of Canada (Toronto) have reached a milestone agreement, under
which Canadian contributors to JRI-Poland indexing projects
will be able to obtain a Canadian tax receipt.

On behalf of the board and all JRI-Poland researchers, we sincerely thank
the members of the Toronto society for making it possible for Canadian
researchers to obtain this tax benefit and for enabling you to make your
JRI-Poland donations and Excel file qualifying contributions in Canadian
Dollars.

Details are as follows:
- The minimum donation to qualify for a receipt is $25.00 (Canadian).

- Cheques must be made out to JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mailed to the
Society address:
Jewish Genealogical Society of Canada (Toronto)
POB 91006
2901 Bayview Ave.
Toronto, ON M2K 2Y6

- If you are making a donation to a particular project, cheques must
indicate "JRI-Poland [project name] Indexing Project." For general
indexing fund contributions, cheques must indicate "JRI-Poland General
Indexing Fund."

-Clearly provide your name and mailing address to receive your tax
receipt.

- For 2004 donations, receipts will be mailed out in January/February
2005. Thereafter, receipts will be mailed monthly.

- The rate of exchange will be listed on the JRI-Poland web site and
will be modified to correspond with the effective exchange rate on the
first business day of each month.

For further information, and for the special form for Canadian contributions,
please go to the JRI-Poland web site at www.jri-poland.org and click on
the "Support/Donations" link at the top of the home page. Look for the
heading "Important tax benefit notice to Canadian Contributors."

This new agreement is an extension of the long-standing and
successful relationship between the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Canada (Toronto) and JRI-Poland. The JGS Toronto has operated
the JRI-Poland / Toronto JGS Copy Service since 1998. JGS Toronto
volunteers make photocopies of index pages >from LDS microfilms using
the modern equipment at the Toronto Reference Library. For more
information on this project, go to www.jri-poland.org/toronto.htm
For more information about JGS Toronto, go to www.jgstoronto.ca

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Contributions to Jewish Records Indexing - Poland are tax-deductible
in the U.S. and Canada to the extent permitted by law.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Canadian tax receipt now available for JRI-Poland contributions #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland and The Jewish Genealogical Society
of Canada (Toronto) have reached a milestone agreement, under
which Canadian contributors to JRI-Poland indexing projects
will be able to obtain a Canadian tax receipt.

On behalf of the board and all JRI-Poland researchers, we sincerely thank
the members of the Toronto society for making it possible for Canadian
researchers to obtain this tax benefit and for enabling you to make your
JRI-Poland donations and Excel file qualifying contributions in Canadian
Dollars.

Details are as follows:
- The minimum donation to qualify for a receipt is $25.00 (Canadian).

- Cheques must be made out to JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mailed to the
Society address:
Jewish Genealogical Society of Canada (Toronto)
POB 91006
2901 Bayview Ave.
Toronto, ON M2K 2Y6

- If you are making a donation to a particular project, cheques must
indicate "JRI-Poland [project name] Indexing Project." For general
indexing fund contributions, cheques must indicate "JRI-Poland General
Indexing Fund."

-Clearly provide your name and mailing address to receive your tax
receipt.

- For 2004 donations, receipts will be mailed out in January/February
2005. Thereafter, receipts will be mailed monthly.

- The rate of exchange will be listed on the JRI-Poland web site and
will be modified to correspond with the effective exchange rate on the
first business day of each month.

For further information, and for the special form for Canadian contributions,
please go to the JRI-Poland web site at www.jri-poland.org and click on
the "Support/Donations" link at the top of the home page. Look for the
heading "Important tax benefit notice to Canadian Contributors."

This new agreement is an extension of the long-standing and
successful relationship between the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Canada (Toronto) and JRI-Poland. The JGS Toronto has operated
the JRI-Poland / Toronto JGS Copy Service since 1998. JGS Toronto
volunteers make photocopies of index pages >from LDS microfilms using
the modern equipment at the Toronto Reference Library. For more
information on this project, go to www.jri-poland.org/toronto.htm
For more information about JGS Toronto, go to www.jgstoronto.ca

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Contributions to Jewish Records Indexing - Poland are tax-deductible
in the U.S. and Canada to the extent permitted by law.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


#Ciechanow #Poland Canadian tax receipt now available for JRI-Poland contributions #ciechanow #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland and The Jewish Genealogical Society
of Canada (Toronto) have reached a milestone agreement, under
which Canadian contributors to JRI-Poland indexing projects
will be able to obtain a Canadian tax receipt.

On behalf of the board and all JRI-Poland researchers, we sincerely thank
the members of the Toronto society for making it possible for Canadian
researchers to obtain this tax benefit and for enabling you to make your
JRI-Poland donations and Excel file qualifying contributions in Canadian Dollars.

Details are as follows:
- The minimum donation to qualify for a receipt is $25.00 (Canadian).

- Cheques must be made out to JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mailed to the
 Society address:
 Jewish Genealogical Society of Canada (Toronto)
 POB 91006
 2901 Bayview Ave.
 Toronto, ON M2K 2Y6

- If you are making a donation to a particular project, cheques must
indicate "JRI-Poland [project name] Indexing Project." For general
indexing fund contributions, cheques must indicate "JRI-Poland General
Indexing Fund."

-Clearly provide your name and mailing address to receive your tax
receipt.

- For 2004 donations, receipts will be mailed out in January/February
2005. Thereafter, receipts will be mailed monthly.

- The rate of exchange will be listed on the JRI-Poland web site and
will be modified to correspond with the effective exchange rate on the
first business day of each month.

For further information, and for the special form for Canadian contributions,
please go to the JRI-Poland web site at www.jri-poland.org and click on
the "Support/Donations" link at the top of the home page.   Look for the
heading "Important tax benefit notice to Canadian Contributors."

This new agreement is an extension of the long-standing and
successful relationship between the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Canada (Toronto) and JRI-Poland.  The JGS Toronto has operated
the JRI-Poland / Toronto JGS Copy Service since 1998.   JGS Toronto
volunteers make photocopies of index pages >from LDS microfilms using
the modern equipment at the Toronto Reference Library.  For more
information on this project, go to www.jri-poland.org/toronto.htm
For more information about JGS Toronto, go to www.jgstoronto.ca

Jewish Records Indexing – Poland, Inc. is an independent
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Contributions to Jewish Records Indexing – Poland are tax-deductible
in the U.S. and Canada to the extent permitted by law.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Canadian tax receipt now available for JRI-Poland contributions #ciechanow #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland and The Jewish Genealogical Society
of Canada (Toronto) have reached a milestone agreement, under
which Canadian contributors to JRI-Poland indexing projects
will be able to obtain a Canadian tax receipt.

On behalf of the board and all JRI-Poland researchers, we sincerely thank
the members of the Toronto society for making it possible for Canadian
researchers to obtain this tax benefit and for enabling you to make your
JRI-Poland donations and Excel file qualifying contributions in Canadian Dollars.

Details are as follows:
- The minimum donation to qualify for a receipt is $25.00 (Canadian).

- Cheques must be made out to JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mailed to the
 Society address:
 Jewish Genealogical Society of Canada (Toronto)
 POB 91006
 2901 Bayview Ave.
 Toronto, ON M2K 2Y6

- If you are making a donation to a particular project, cheques must
indicate "JRI-Poland [project name] Indexing Project." For general
indexing fund contributions, cheques must indicate "JRI-Poland General
Indexing Fund."

-Clearly provide your name and mailing address to receive your tax
receipt.

- For 2004 donations, receipts will be mailed out in January/February
2005. Thereafter, receipts will be mailed monthly.

- The rate of exchange will be listed on the JRI-Poland web site and
will be modified to correspond with the effective exchange rate on the
first business day of each month.

For further information, and for the special form for Canadian contributions,
please go to the JRI-Poland web site at www.jri-poland.org and click on
the "Support/Donations" link at the top of the home page.   Look for the
heading "Important tax benefit notice to Canadian Contributors."

This new agreement is an extension of the long-standing and
successful relationship between the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Canada (Toronto) and JRI-Poland.  The JGS Toronto has operated
the JRI-Poland / Toronto JGS Copy Service since 1998.   JGS Toronto
volunteers make photocopies of index pages >from LDS microfilms using
the modern equipment at the Toronto Reference Library.  For more
information on this project, go to www.jri-poland.org/toronto.htm
For more information about JGS Toronto, go to www.jgstoronto.ca

Jewish Records Indexing – Poland, Inc. is an independent
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Contributions to Jewish Records Indexing – Poland are tax-deductible
in the U.S. and Canada to the extent permitted by law.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


#Ciechanow #Poland Donations to JewishGen NOW Tax Deductible for Canadian Residents #ciechanow #poland

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

Dear Canadian friends,

We are pleased to advise all our Canadian JewishGenners that as a result
of the dedicated efforts of the JGS of Canada (Toronto), a tax qualified
charity in Canada, donations to JewishGen are NOW tax deductible for
Canadian residents.

To simplify giving, we have prepared a form which you can print out,
type or print all the information requested, make your cheque payable to
the JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mail to the address on the form.

We do hope that with the availability of tax credits, you will be
comfortable in making regular financial donations to JewishGen.=20

We thank you in advance for your consideration and participation in
supporting JewishGen.=20

You will find the Canadian Tax Deduction form at
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Canada.html


Susan E. King, Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.


Donations to JewishGen NOW Tax Deductible for Canadian Residents #ciechanow #poland

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

Dear Canadian friends,

We are pleased to advise all our Canadian JewishGenners that as a result
of the dedicated efforts of the JGS of Canada (Toronto), a tax qualified
charity in Canada, donations to JewishGen are NOW tax deductible for
Canadian residents.

To simplify giving, we have prepared a form which you can print out,
type or print all the information requested, make your cheque payable to
the JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mail to the address on the form.

We do hope that with the availability of tax credits, you will be
comfortable in making regular financial donations to JewishGen.=20

We thank you in advance for your consideration and participation in
supporting JewishGen.=20

You will find the Canadian Tax Deduction form at
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Canada.html


Susan E. King, Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania TAUB - Chicago and Shkudvil #lithuania

eligold@...
 

I am trying to establish connections with the desendants of Chaim and
Sarah Taub of Chicago who migrated to the USA >from SHKUDVIL, Lithuania.
They had three children, Marcelle, Leonard and Mervyn.

Please contact me privately on eligold@...

Eli Goldstein
Johannesburg
South Africa


TAUB - Chicago and Shkudvil #lithuania

eligold@...
 

I am trying to establish connections with the desendants of Chaim and
Sarah Taub of Chicago who migrated to the USA >from SHKUDVIL, Lithuania.
They had three children, Marcelle, Leonard and Mervyn.

Please contact me privately on eligold@...

Eli Goldstein
Johannesburg
South Africa


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Goldstein from Marjiampole #lithuania

"רוזן
 

Hello

Recently, I found out that the name of my gggf was Jacob (Yaacov) GOLDSTEIN
from Marjiampole (Mariampol).
I know about one of his son`s - Moshe. Moshe was a teacher in Mariampol, he
translated the Passover Hggadah into Russian.

After he married Hana ELIASHBERG the Daughter of Jacob ELIASHBERG from
Minsk, and Malka RAPAPORT He moved >from Mariampol to Minsk.

Moshe`s son was Alexander GOLDSTEIN, a well known Zionist activist.

I searched the JewishGen vital records >from Minsk but could not find any
data about my family.

If you can help me - please reply to my message. I would appreciate very
much any help.

Thank you very much in advance.

Anat Rosen
Abirim
Israel
m4rosen@...

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Goldstein from Marjiampole #lithuania

"רוזן
 

Hello

Recently, I found out that the name of my gggf was Jacob (Yaacov) GOLDSTEIN
from Marjiampole (Mariampol).
I know about one of his son`s - Moshe. Moshe was a teacher in Mariampol, he
translated the Passover Hggadah into Russian.

After he married Hana ELIASHBERG the Daughter of Jacob ELIASHBERG from
Minsk, and Malka RAPAPORT He moved >from Mariampol to Minsk.

Moshe`s son was Alexander GOLDSTEIN, a well known Zionist activist.

I searched the JewishGen vital records >from Minsk but could not find any
data about my family.

If you can help me - please reply to my message. I would appreciate very
much any help.

Thank you very much in advance.

Anat Rosen
Abirim
Israel
m4rosen@...

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Rabbinic Beit Midrash - VILNIA #lithuania

"רוזן
 

Hello

I recently found out that a relative of mine Moshe GOLDSTEIN son of Jacob
from Marijampole studied at the Rabbinic Beit Midrash that belonged to the
government (Rabbinic school) at Vilna.

The years are approximately 1850-1880.

Does any one recognize that Beit Midrash and can send me information about
it?

Are there any registrations of students left >from that Beit Midrash?

Anat Rosen
Abirim
Israel
m4rosen@...

Researching: Rashkes/ Raskas- Kauas, Stein, goldberg- Seduva, Goldshtein-
Mariampol, Minsk
all >from Lithuania.


Rabbinic Beit Midrash - VILNIA #lithuania

"רוזן
 

Hello

I recently found out that a relative of mine Moshe GOLDSTEIN son of Jacob
from Marijampole studied at the Rabbinic Beit Midrash that belonged to the
government (Rabbinic school) at Vilna.

The years are approximately 1850-1880.

Does any one recognize that Beit Midrash and can send me information about
it?

Are there any registrations of students left >from that Beit Midrash?

Anat Rosen
Abirim
Israel
m4rosen@...

Researching: Rashkes/ Raskas- Kauas, Stein, goldberg- Seduva, Goldshtein-
Mariampol, Minsk
all >from Lithuania.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania re: A.L. Revison List Database #lithuania

Carol Baker
 

The information in question is >from an 1892-1894 Family List. It most
likely refers to the the most recent revision list which would have been
done in 1858. It is possible that MS Lopyansky was not present at the time
and the enumerator took the only age information available. That would mean
that he was approximately 64 years old in 1892. Perhaps other lists can
substantiate it for you. A Daitch-Mokotoff search of the name comes up with
254 possibilities for the revision lists alone.

The Kaunas District Research Group has 14 lists for the town of Jonava, 5 of
which have not yet been sent to the ALD, and 10 lists for Rumsiskes, 3 still
awaiting distribution to contributors. For more information, please contact
Ada Green at adagreen@...

Carol Baker,
LitvakSIG District Research Groups Coordinator

Can someone help me figure this out. In the ALD Revision List Database I
found that in the 1892-1894 Revision List it records a MS Lopyansky, who
was 30 years old in the LAST census. It doesn't say when the last census
was, nor does it say how old he is now. This seems strange. Is it a
mistake? I also saw several other similar records.
Thanks.

Aryeh Lopiansky
Jerusalem


Re: A.L. Revison List Database #lithuania

Carol Baker
 

The information in question is >from an 1892-1894 Family List. It most
likely refers to the the most recent revision list which would have been
done in 1858. It is possible that MS Lopyansky was not present at the time
and the enumerator took the only age information available. That would mean
that he was approximately 64 years old in 1892. Perhaps other lists can
substantiate it for you. A Daitch-Mokotoff search of the name comes up with
254 possibilities for the revision lists alone.

The Kaunas District Research Group has 14 lists for the town of Jonava, 5 of
which have not yet been sent to the ALD, and 10 lists for Rumsiskes, 3 still
awaiting distribution to contributors. For more information, please contact
Ada Green at adagreen@...

Carol Baker,
LitvakSIG District Research Groups Coordinator

Can someone help me figure this out. In the ALD Revision List Database I
found that in the 1892-1894 Revision List it records a MS Lopyansky, who
was 30 years old in the LAST census. It doesn't say when the last census
was, nor does it say how old he is now. This seems strange. Is it a
mistake? I also saw several other similar records.
Thanks.

Aryeh Lopiansky
Jerusalem


Re: CHZANIM #galicia

Pnina Meislish <pniname@...>
 

Dear friends,

Yesterday night I read somwhere in my @ files about the ABRAMZON- ABRAMSON
family of Chazanim in Pre Holocaust Europe, but unfotrunalty I cannot find
it any more.

My cousin YEHUDIT EHRNBERG who lives in Ramat Gan came >from this family,
Slovakia, and many times she told me me about their connection to YOSELE
ROSENBLATT.

I want to tell her about what I found, and will appriciate any help.
Thank You and Chag Sameach
Dr. Pnina Meislish, Jerusalem.

At Oct. 10 I go for vacation, and will open my computer about Nov. 15


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia RE: CHZANIM #galicia

Pnina Meislish <pniname@...>
 

Dear friends,

Yesterday night I read somwhere in my @ files about the ABRAMZON- ABRAMSON
family of Chazanim in Pre Holocaust Europe, but unfotrunalty I cannot find
it any more.

My cousin YEHUDIT EHRNBERG who lives in Ramat Gan came >from this family,
Slovakia, and many times she told me me about their connection to YOSELE
ROSENBLATT.

I want to tell her about what I found, and will appriciate any help.
Thank You and Chag Sameach
Dr. Pnina Meislish, Jerusalem.

At Oct. 10 I go for vacation, and will open my computer about Nov. 15


Donations to JewishGen *Now* Tax Deductible for Canadian Residents #general

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

Dear Canadian friends,

We are pleased to advise all our Canadian JewishGenners that as a result
of the dedicated efforts of the JGS of Canada (Toronto), a tax qualified
charity in Canada, donations to JewishGen are *now* tax deductible for
Canadian residents.

To simplify giving, we have prepared a form which you can print out,
type or print all the information requested, make your cheque payable to
the JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mail to the address on the form.

We do hope that with the availability of tax credits, you will be
comfortable in making regular financial donations to JewishGen.

We thank you in advance for your consideration and participation in
supporting JewishGen.

You will find the Canadian Tax Deduction form at
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Canada.html

Susan E. King, Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.


Canadian tax receipt now available for JRI-Poland contributions #general

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland and The Jewish Genealogical Society
of Canada (Toronto) have reached a milestone agreement, under
which Canadian contributors to JRI-Poland indexing projects
will be able to obtain a Canadian tax receipt.

On behalf of the board and all JRI-Poland researchers, we sincerely thank
the members of the Toronto society for making it possible for Canadian
researchers to obtain this tax benefit and for enabling you to make your
JRI-Poland donations and Excel file qualifying contributions in Canadian Dollars.

Details are as follows:
- The minimum donation to qualify for a receipt is $25.00 (Canadian).

- Cheques must be made out to JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mailed to the
Society address:
Jewish Genealogical Society of Canada (Toronto)
POB 91006
2901 Bayview Ave.
Toronto, ON M2K 2Y6

- If you are making a donation to a particular project, cheques must
indicate "JRI-Poland [project name] Indexing Project." For general
indexing fund contributions, cheques must indicate "JRI-Poland General
Indexing Fund."

-Clearly provide your name and mailing address to receive your tax
receipt.

- For 2004 donations, receipts will be mailed out in January/February
2005. Thereafter, receipts will be mailed monthly.

- The rate of exchange will be listed on the JRI-Poland web site and
will be modified to correspond with the effective exchange rate on the
first business day of each month.

For further information, and for the special form for Canadian contributions,
please go to the JRI-Poland web site at www.jri-poland.org and click on
the "Support/Donations" link at the top of the home page. Look for the
heading "Important tax benefit notice to Canadian Contributors."

This new agreement is an extension of the long-standing and
successful relationship between the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Canada (Toronto) and JRI-Poland. The JGS Toronto has operated
the JRI-Poland / Toronto JGS Copy Service since 1998. JGS Toronto
volunteers make photocopies of index pages >from LDS microfilms using
the modern equipment at the Toronto Reference Library. For more
information on this project, go to www.jri-poland.org/toronto.htm
For more information about JGS Toronto, go to www.jgstoronto.ca

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Contributions to Jewish Records Indexing - Poland are tax-deductible
in the U.S. and Canada to the extent permitted by law.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Donations to JewishGen *Now* Tax Deductible for Canadian Residents #general

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

Dear Canadian friends,

We are pleased to advise all our Canadian JewishGenners that as a result
of the dedicated efforts of the JGS of Canada (Toronto), a tax qualified
charity in Canada, donations to JewishGen are *now* tax deductible for
Canadian residents.

To simplify giving, we have prepared a form which you can print out,
type or print all the information requested, make your cheque payable to
the JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mail to the address on the form.

We do hope that with the availability of tax credits, you will be
comfortable in making regular financial donations to JewishGen.

We thank you in advance for your consideration and participation in
supporting JewishGen.

You will find the Canadian Tax Deduction form at
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Canada.html

Susan E. King, Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Canadian tax receipt now available for JRI-Poland contributions #general

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland and The Jewish Genealogical Society
of Canada (Toronto) have reached a milestone agreement, under
which Canadian contributors to JRI-Poland indexing projects
will be able to obtain a Canadian tax receipt.

On behalf of the board and all JRI-Poland researchers, we sincerely thank
the members of the Toronto society for making it possible for Canadian
researchers to obtain this tax benefit and for enabling you to make your
JRI-Poland donations and Excel file qualifying contributions in Canadian Dollars.

Details are as follows:
- The minimum donation to qualify for a receipt is $25.00 (Canadian).

- Cheques must be made out to JGS of Canada (Toronto) and mailed to the
Society address:
Jewish Genealogical Society of Canada (Toronto)
POB 91006
2901 Bayview Ave.
Toronto, ON M2K 2Y6

- If you are making a donation to a particular project, cheques must
indicate "JRI-Poland [project name] Indexing Project." For general
indexing fund contributions, cheques must indicate "JRI-Poland General
Indexing Fund."

-Clearly provide your name and mailing address to receive your tax
receipt.

- For 2004 donations, receipts will be mailed out in January/February
2005. Thereafter, receipts will be mailed monthly.

- The rate of exchange will be listed on the JRI-Poland web site and
will be modified to correspond with the effective exchange rate on the
first business day of each month.

For further information, and for the special form for Canadian contributions,
please go to the JRI-Poland web site at www.jri-poland.org and click on
the "Support/Donations" link at the top of the home page. Look for the
heading "Important tax benefit notice to Canadian Contributors."

This new agreement is an extension of the long-standing and
successful relationship between the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Canada (Toronto) and JRI-Poland. The JGS Toronto has operated
the JRI-Poland / Toronto JGS Copy Service since 1998. JGS Toronto
volunteers make photocopies of index pages >from LDS microfilms using
the modern equipment at the Toronto Reference Library. For more
information on this project, go to www.jri-poland.org/toronto.htm
For more information about JGS Toronto, go to www.jgstoronto.ca

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Contributions to Jewish Records Indexing - Poland are tax-deductible
in the U.S. and Canada to the extent permitted by law.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland