Date   

Re: Polish landowners in Galicia #galicia

Mark Heckman
 

Fred,

The RTR Foundation database
(http://www.rtrfoundation.org/results.php?rin=18318)
says the Ivano-Frankivsk archives has landowner records >from the 1920s.
The landowners, at least the families, may have been largely the same
until the war.

Locality/Town: Gorodenka
Raion/Region: Gorodenka
Oblast/District: Ivano Frankovsk
Country: Ukraine
Archive Name: State Archive of Ivano-Frankovsk Oblast
Archive Locale: Ivano Frankovsk
Archive Type: Archives
Document Type: Property Owners
Year List: 1924-1927 (also included in Gorodenka Poviat)
Fond/Opis/Delo: 40/1/11-14

--Mark Heckman
Davis, California

Fred Huss <fhussdpm@...> wrote:

I am trying to locate a list of landowners >from the area of
Horodenka, Poland, now Gorodenka in the Ukraine.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Polish landowners in Galicia #galicia

Mark Heckman
 

Fred,

The RTR Foundation database
(http://www.rtrfoundation.org/results.php?rin=18318)
says the Ivano-Frankivsk archives has landowner records >from the 1920s.
The landowners, at least the families, may have been largely the same
until the war.

Locality/Town: Gorodenka
Raion/Region: Gorodenka
Oblast/District: Ivano Frankovsk
Country: Ukraine
Archive Name: State Archive of Ivano-Frankovsk Oblast
Archive Locale: Ivano Frankovsk
Archive Type: Archives
Document Type: Property Owners
Year List: 1924-1927 (also included in Gorodenka Poviat)
Fond/Opis/Delo: 40/1/11-14

--Mark Heckman
Davis, California

Fred Huss <fhussdpm@...> wrote:

I am trying to locate a list of landowners >from the area of
Horodenka, Poland, now Gorodenka in the Ukraine.


the Bolechow Jewish Heritage Society 2012 Annual Meeting #poland

Harriette Hinderstein
 

The Bolechow Jewish Heritage Society is happy to announce that its 2012
annual meeting will be held on Sunday, May 6 at 1 pm EDT at the Pratt
Institute, Manhattan Campus, 144 W 14th Street in New York. The meeting
will feature presentation of an exciting new design that has been created by
museum design graduate students at the world-renowned Pratt Institute. Over
the past few months, these students have designed a prospective new museum
of Jewish life to be located in a restoration of the historic Bolechow Shul,
an expanded website and blog, and a traveling exhibit. Come see the
students' presentation and stay to discuss turning this dream into reality,
as well as the BJHS' other activities, including preservation of the Jewish
cemetery in Bolechow and the Taniava Mass Grave site.

Harriette Hinderstein


JRI Poland #Poland the Bolechow Jewish Heritage Society 2012 Annual Meeting #poland

Harriette Hinderstein
 

The Bolechow Jewish Heritage Society is happy to announce that its 2012
annual meeting will be held on Sunday, May 6 at 1 pm EDT at the Pratt
Institute, Manhattan Campus, 144 W 14th Street in New York. The meeting
will feature presentation of an exciting new design that has been created by
museum design graduate students at the world-renowned Pratt Institute. Over
the past few months, these students have designed a prospective new museum
of Jewish life to be located in a restoration of the historic Bolechow Shul,
an expanded website and blog, and a traveling exhibit. Come see the
students' presentation and stay to discuss turning this dream into reality,
as well as the BJHS' other activities, including preservation of the Jewish
cemetery in Bolechow and the Taniava Mass Grave site.

Harriette Hinderstein


Are YOU the person I have been looking for? #lithuania

Marlene
 

As Holocaust Remembrance Day events take place I thought I would
send out yet one more plea hoping that maybe you are the person I have been
looking for, maybe you know this person, or maybe you will have a chance
meeting at a Holocaust-related event, or a genealogy meeting, etc., with
someone >from this family.

Here is what I know:

You would have been born in 1940 or 1941. I am assuming you were born in
Seduva, Lithuania, but, perhaps your parents were able to leave before you
were born and maybe you were born in Kaunas, Vilnius, or even somewhere in
Russia. Your father, whom you may not even remember, was a pharmacist in
Seduva until at least January, 1940. His name was Nochum Berman (born August
1, 1912); his parents were Faivel and Freida. Yad Vashem testimonies suggest
Nochum and his parents were killed along with the other Seduva Jews in August,
1941. But somehow you and your mother survived! I heard when the war ended
you were in Vilnius with your mother, but I don't know when you arrived there
or how long you stayed.

I believe you were with Chava Mellman and her daughter Ania and
Ania's son (Alexander?) in Vilnius but I don't know if you were with them
before the war ended or not. Chava was a dentist, also living in Seduva
through the 1930s, if not longer.

Your father, Nochum, was a very special friend to my mother. They corresponded
from May, 1937, when my mother came to the United States, and the last letter
was dated January, 1940. The beautiful letters he wrote to her helped her in
her transition to American life, and her letters to him provided hope for a
better world, as the world they both had known was unraveling.

A recent trip to Lithuania, including Seduva, did not provide any leads on
where you are. I showed your father's picture to many people, both in Vilnius
and in Seduva and even had a translator call every Berman in the Vilnius phone
book. I have met quite a few people with links to Seduva, but none that had
family living there at the onset of the war that were lucky enough to survive.

If, after reading this, you think you are the person I am looking for, or may
know this person, please contact me. I have already done significant research
in trying to find you but since you could be anywhere in the world, I welcome
all leads and suggestions, even if they seem like a long shot.
Thank you so much, in advance. I hope to finally find and meet
you!

Fondly,

Marlene Saul Englander
ad158@...
Looking for:
Berman (Seduva, Lithuania)
(Also for: Zarchi (Vidz, now in Belarus) and Kagan (Vidz, now in Belarus))


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Are YOU the person I have been looking for? #lithuania

Marlene
 

As Holocaust Remembrance Day events take place I thought I would
send out yet one more plea hoping that maybe you are the person I have been
looking for, maybe you know this person, or maybe you will have a chance
meeting at a Holocaust-related event, or a genealogy meeting, etc., with
someone >from this family.

Here is what I know:

You would have been born in 1940 or 1941. I am assuming you were born in
Seduva, Lithuania, but, perhaps your parents were able to leave before you
were born and maybe you were born in Kaunas, Vilnius, or even somewhere in
Russia. Your father, whom you may not even remember, was a pharmacist in
Seduva until at least January, 1940. His name was Nochum Berman (born August
1, 1912); his parents were Faivel and Freida. Yad Vashem testimonies suggest
Nochum and his parents were killed along with the other Seduva Jews in August,
1941. But somehow you and your mother survived! I heard when the war ended
you were in Vilnius with your mother, but I don't know when you arrived there
or how long you stayed.

I believe you were with Chava Mellman and her daughter Ania and
Ania's son (Alexander?) in Vilnius but I don't know if you were with them
before the war ended or not. Chava was a dentist, also living in Seduva
through the 1930s, if not longer.

Your father, Nochum, was a very special friend to my mother. They corresponded
from May, 1937, when my mother came to the United States, and the last letter
was dated January, 1940. The beautiful letters he wrote to her helped her in
her transition to American life, and her letters to him provided hope for a
better world, as the world they both had known was unraveling.

A recent trip to Lithuania, including Seduva, did not provide any leads on
where you are. I showed your father's picture to many people, both in Vilnius
and in Seduva and even had a translator call every Berman in the Vilnius phone
book. I have met quite a few people with links to Seduva, but none that had
family living there at the onset of the war that were lucky enough to survive.

If, after reading this, you think you are the person I am looking for, or may
know this person, please contact me. I have already done significant research
in trying to find you but since you could be anywhere in the world, I welcome
all leads and suggestions, even if they seem like a long shot.
Thank you so much, in advance. I hope to finally find and meet
you!

Fondly,

Marlene Saul Englander
ad158@...
Looking for:
Berman (Seduva, Lithuania)
(Also for: Zarchi (Vidz, now in Belarus) and Kagan (Vidz, now in Belarus))


Seek Herxheim (Landau), Germany B M D records #germany

Pierre M Hahn <pierre28@...>
 

Where do I lookup / obtain copies of BMD in Herxheim (Landau), Germany
for the years 1800-1860? Thanks in advance for any help.

Pierre M Hahn, San Francisco pierre1928@...


German SIG #Germany Seek Herxheim (Landau), Germany B M D records #germany

Pierre M Hahn <pierre28@...>
 

Where do I lookup / obtain copies of BMD in Herxheim (Landau), Germany
for the years 1800-1860? Thanks in advance for any help.

Pierre M Hahn, San Francisco pierre1928@...


Re: Uncle and nephew - [The last word on this topic.] #germany

n.landau@...
 

** Moderator note - This discussion has answered the original
question. Topic closed. **

My greatgrandmother had children >from 1873 to 1901 - a span of 28 years.
from 18 to 46, I think.
Nick Landau, London, UK n.landau@...


German SIG #Germany Re: Uncle and nephew - [The last word on this topic.] #germany

n.landau@...
 

** Moderator note - This discussion has answered the original
question. Topic closed. **

My greatgrandmother had children >from 1873 to 1901 - a span of 28 years.
from 18 to 46, I think.
Nick Landau, London, UK n.landau@...


The Bolechow Jewish Heritage Society 2012 Annual Meeting #general

Harriette Hinderstein
 

The Bolechow Jewish Heritage Society is happy to announce that its 2012
annual meeting will be held on Sunday, May 6 at 1 pm EDT at the Pratt
Institute, Manhattan Campus, 144 W 14th Street in New York.

The meeting will feature presentation of an exciting new design that has
been created by museum design graduate students at the world-renowned Pratt
Institute. Over the past few months, these students have designed a
prospective new museum of Jewish life to be located in a restoration of the
historic Bolechow Shul, an expanded website and blog, and a traveling
exhibit.

Come see the students' presentation and stay to discuss turning this dream
into reality, as well as the BJHS' other activities, including preservation
of the Jewish cemetery in Bolechow and the Taniava Mass Grave site.

Harriette Hinderstein


Phoenix JGS upcoming meeting and classes #general

Janette Silverman <janettes@...>
 

On Sunday, April 22, we will have our next meeting. At 1 PM, Emily Garber
will lead us in a review and overview of of using City Directories for
research. Afterwards, anyone needing research assistance will be able to
get some help until 3 PM. The 1PM review will be broadcast live for
members who cannot attend in person, and will be available for Phoenix JGS
members through the archive afterwards.

The meeting will be at Beth El Congregation (1118 W Glendale Ave Phoenix, AZ
85042) in the computer lab.

Upcoming beginning genealogy classes will be held on Sunday, April 22, 29
and May 6 >from 4 - 5:30 PM and Cyber-genealogy classes on April 25, May 2 &
May 9 >from 6:45 - 8:15 PM.

If you are planning to attend the beginning genealogy classes or the
Cyber-Genealogy classes, please don't forget to register.

More information on classes, membership and other news of genealogical
interest can be found at our website: relativeity.com or call
602-944-3359 ext 123

Janette Silverman
jsilverman@...
President, Phoenix JGS


JGS of Colorado - Locating Living Relatives and Friends- Sunday 22 April 1:00 Congregation Hebrew Education Alliance #general

Terry Lasky <talasky@...>
 

"Locating Living Relatives and Friends" with Sandy Greenberg

Sunday, April 22nd >from 1:00 to 3:00 pm in Denver at the Congregation
Hebrew Education Alliance, 3600 South Ivanhoe Street, Denver
No cost for JGSCO members
$30 for non-members (includes one year membership in the JGSCO)

A great session topic to jump into and start or re-start your research!
Everyone is looking for someone - maybe a family descendant or an old friend.
Frequently all that is known is a surname and approximate age of the person
we are seeking.

Some people are easy to find through the internet. We will be taking a look
at popular and also not so popular people finding websites and gleaning bits
of information >from each one of them to help us find that long-lost person.

Others are more difficult to find and you feel like you are looking for that
needle in the haystack. Our discussion will include 10 basic research rules
which can help you to organize and begin your search as well as methodology
for locating that lost person.

Finding people is unpredictable. The task of locating someone is similar to
putting together a jigsaw puzzle. Sometimes people are found only through a
fluke. We will discuss how to use out of the way measures to find your "hard
to find" person when nothing else works.

This lecture and workshop is our sixth in a series. Note that each session
is independent of the others; come to as many or as few as you'd like. This
is a part of the seven-session Jewish Family Tree Initiative: Workshop and
Mentoring Series. Led by members of the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Colorado, the program was developed to help you get started doing Jewish
family history research.

Each session includes an instructional lecture and a hands-on workshop to
assist with the creation of family trees and historical research utilizing
genealogical resources and techniques. Mentoring assistance outside of class
will be available. The sessions are open to everyone. There is an $30
one-time fee for non-members for a book and materials which includes one
year of membership in the Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado.
Attendance is not required at all seven sessions to participate; jump in any
time to get started!

Terry Lasky
JGS of Colorado
talasky@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Bolechow Jewish Heritage Society 2012 Annual Meeting #general

Harriette Hinderstein
 

The Bolechow Jewish Heritage Society is happy to announce that its 2012
annual meeting will be held on Sunday, May 6 at 1 pm EDT at the Pratt
Institute, Manhattan Campus, 144 W 14th Street in New York.

The meeting will feature presentation of an exciting new design that has
been created by museum design graduate students at the world-renowned Pratt
Institute. Over the past few months, these students have designed a
prospective new museum of Jewish life to be located in a restoration of the
historic Bolechow Shul, an expanded website and blog, and a traveling
exhibit.

Come see the students' presentation and stay to discuss turning this dream
into reality, as well as the BJHS' other activities, including preservation
of the Jewish cemetery in Bolechow and the Taniava Mass Grave site.

Harriette Hinderstein


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Colorado - Locating Living Relatives and Friends- Sunday 22 April 1:00 Congregation Hebrew Education Alliance #general

Terry Lasky <talasky@...>
 

"Locating Living Relatives and Friends" with Sandy Greenberg

Sunday, April 22nd >from 1:00 to 3:00 pm in Denver at the Congregation
Hebrew Education Alliance, 3600 South Ivanhoe Street, Denver
No cost for JGSCO members
$30 for non-members (includes one year membership in the JGSCO)

A great session topic to jump into and start or re-start your research!
Everyone is looking for someone - maybe a family descendant or an old friend.
Frequently all that is known is a surname and approximate age of the person
we are seeking.

Some people are easy to find through the internet. We will be taking a look
at popular and also not so popular people finding websites and gleaning bits
of information >from each one of them to help us find that long-lost person.

Others are more difficult to find and you feel like you are looking for that
needle in the haystack. Our discussion will include 10 basic research rules
which can help you to organize and begin your search as well as methodology
for locating that lost person.

Finding people is unpredictable. The task of locating someone is similar to
putting together a jigsaw puzzle. Sometimes people are found only through a
fluke. We will discuss how to use out of the way measures to find your "hard
to find" person when nothing else works.

This lecture and workshop is our sixth in a series. Note that each session
is independent of the others; come to as many or as few as you'd like. This
is a part of the seven-session Jewish Family Tree Initiative: Workshop and
Mentoring Series. Led by members of the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Colorado, the program was developed to help you get started doing Jewish
family history research.

Each session includes an instructional lecture and a hands-on workshop to
assist with the creation of family trees and historical research utilizing
genealogical resources and techniques. Mentoring assistance outside of class
will be available. The sessions are open to everyone. There is an $30
one-time fee for non-members for a book and materials which includes one
year of membership in the Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado.
Attendance is not required at all seven sessions to participate; jump in any
time to get started!

Terry Lasky
JGS of Colorado
talasky@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Phoenix JGS upcoming meeting and classes #general

Janette Silverman <janettes@...>
 

On Sunday, April 22, we will have our next meeting. At 1 PM, Emily Garber
will lead us in a review and overview of of using City Directories for
research. Afterwards, anyone needing research assistance will be able to
get some help until 3 PM. The 1PM review will be broadcast live for
members who cannot attend in person, and will be available for Phoenix JGS
members through the archive afterwards.

The meeting will be at Beth El Congregation (1118 W Glendale Ave Phoenix, AZ
85042) in the computer lab.

Upcoming beginning genealogy classes will be held on Sunday, April 22, 29
and May 6 >from 4 - 5:30 PM and Cyber-genealogy classes on April 25, May 2 &
May 9 >from 6:45 - 8:15 PM.

If you are planning to attend the beginning genealogy classes or the
Cyber-Genealogy classes, please don't forget to register.

More information on classes, membership and other news of genealogical
interest can be found at our website: relativeity.com or call
602-944-3359 ext 123

Janette Silverman
jsilverman@...
President, Phoenix JGS


More Names for Plotzker YMIA and group picture #general

Joan Parker <joanparker@...>
 

Left off the list I sent earlier of names and gravestone pictures I
have >from Mt. Zion in Maspeth in the Plotzker section were two names:
GOODSTEIN, Herman 3R 175 3/2/34
GOODSTEIN, Esther, his wife 3R 185 2/23/43 (error on stone shows 1934, but
1943 is correct)

If you missed the original posting either check the archives or email me
directly for the list. Also, those names and gravestone pictures will be
on JOWBR in June.

Now I have a picture of a handful of members of PYMIA taken in 1933. Same
offer, if a name is familiar to you, I'll be happy to email the photo.
It is a photo >from the program taken when my GF David Goldberg was a past
president in 1933 of the Plotzker YMIA with all the men on the 40th
Anniversary Arrangement Committee and their names are below as seated in the
photo.

COHEN, D.
BOMSON, L.
SAFIAN, J.
KOSH, B.
KUTNER, R.
RAPHAEL, I.
GLUCKSON, J.
LESSER, S.
ROBERTS, M.
ROSENBERG, D.
HYMAN, S.
GOLDBERG, D.
WELLMAN,J.
DAVIS, L.
LIPNER, H.
HAYMAN, M.
ROSENTHAL, A.
BORNSTEIN, S.

Joan Parker, President
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.

Searching:
GOLDBERG, GOODSTEIN/GUDSTEIN (sp), BERGER, JAGODA/YAGODA-Lipno,Plock,
Warsaw Poland/Russia; Bronx and Brooklyn, NY; Galveston, TX. PARKER,
PINKUS/PINCUS, (GERSHKOBERKOVNA) WINOGRAD, ROSEN-Brest, (Litovsk) Belarus;
Grodno, Russia; Bronx and Brooklyn, NY. WEISS-Brooklyn, NY; NEIBERG-Brooklyn,
NY; DEL PINO-Brooklyn, NY. KATZ, TROCK, GELFAND, KRITZOFF-Berezen/Bresin,
Kodima, Minsk, Belarus; Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami Beach, FL.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen More Names for Plotzker YMIA and group picture #general

Joan Parker <joanparker@...>
 

Left off the list I sent earlier of names and gravestone pictures I
have >from Mt. Zion in Maspeth in the Plotzker section were two names:
GOODSTEIN, Herman 3R 175 3/2/34
GOODSTEIN, Esther, his wife 3R 185 2/23/43 (error on stone shows 1934, but
1943 is correct)

If you missed the original posting either check the archives or email me
directly for the list. Also, those names and gravestone pictures will be
on JOWBR in June.

Now I have a picture of a handful of members of PYMIA taken in 1933. Same
offer, if a name is familiar to you, I'll be happy to email the photo.
It is a photo >from the program taken when my GF David Goldberg was a past
president in 1933 of the Plotzker YMIA with all the men on the 40th
Anniversary Arrangement Committee and their names are below as seated in the
photo.

COHEN, D.
BOMSON, L.
SAFIAN, J.
KOSH, B.
KUTNER, R.
RAPHAEL, I.
GLUCKSON, J.
LESSER, S.
ROBERTS, M.
ROSENBERG, D.
HYMAN, S.
GOLDBERG, D.
WELLMAN,J.
DAVIS, L.
LIPNER, H.
HAYMAN, M.
ROSENTHAL, A.
BORNSTEIN, S.

Joan Parker, President
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.

Searching:
GOLDBERG, GOODSTEIN/GUDSTEIN (sp), BERGER, JAGODA/YAGODA-Lipno,Plock,
Warsaw Poland/Russia; Bronx and Brooklyn, NY; Galveston, TX. PARKER,
PINKUS/PINCUS, (GERSHKOBERKOVNA) WINOGRAD, ROSEN-Brest, (Litovsk) Belarus;
Grodno, Russia; Bronx and Brooklyn, NY. WEISS-Brooklyn, NY; NEIBERG-Brooklyn,
NY; DEL PINO-Brooklyn, NY. KATZ, TROCK, GELFAND, KRITZOFF-Berezen/Bresin,
Kodima, Minsk, Belarus; Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami Beach, FL.


Are you the person I have been looking for? #general

Marlene
 

As Holocaust Remembrance Day events take place I thought I would send out
yet one more plea hoping that maybe you are the person I have been looking
for, maybe you know this person, or maybe you will have a chance meeting at
a Holocaust-related event, or a genealogy meeting, etc., with someone >from
this family.

Here is what I know:

You would have been born in 1940 or 1941. I am assuming you were born in
Seduva, Lithuania, but, perhaps your parents were able to leave before you were
born and maybe you were born in Kaunas, Vilnius, or even somewhere in Russia.
Your father, whom you may not even remember, was a pharmacist in Seduva until
at least January, 1940. His name was Nochum BERMAN (born August 1, 1912); his
parents were Faivel and Freida.

Yad Vashem testimonies suggest Nochum and his parents were killed along
with the other Seduva Jews in August, 1941. But somehow you and your mother
survived! I heard when the war ended you were in Vilnius with your mother,
but I don't know when you arrived there or how long you stayed. I believe
you were with Chava Mellman and her daughter Ania and Ania's son (Alexander?)
in Vilnius but I don't know if you were with them before the war ended or
not. Chava was a dentist, also living in Seduva through the 1930s, if not longer.

Your father, Nochum, was a very special friend to my mother. They corresponded
from May, 1937, when my mother came to the United States, and the last letter
was dated January, 1940. The beautiful letters he wrote to her helped her in
her transition to American life, and her letters to him provided hope for a
better world, as the world they both had known was unraveling.

A recent trip to Lithuania, including Seduva, did not provide any leads on
where you are. I showed your father's picture to many people, both in Vilnius
and in Seduva and even had a translator call every BERMAN in the Vilnius phone
book. I have met quite a few people with links to Seduva, but none that had
family living there at the onset of the war that were lucky enough to survive.

If, after reading this, you think you are the person I am looking for, or may
know this person, please contact me. I have already done significant research
in trying to find you but since you could be anywhere in the world, I welcome
all leads and suggestions, even if they seem like a long shot.

Thank you so much, in advance. I hope to finally find and meet you!

Fondly,
Marlene

Marlene Saul Englander
ad158@...
Looking for:
BERMAN (Seduva, Lithuania)
(Also for: ZARCHI (Vidz, now in Belarus) and KAGAN (Vidz, now in Belarus))


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Are you the person I have been looking for? #general

Marlene
 

As Holocaust Remembrance Day events take place I thought I would send out
yet one more plea hoping that maybe you are the person I have been looking
for, maybe you know this person, or maybe you will have a chance meeting at
a Holocaust-related event, or a genealogy meeting, etc., with someone >from
this family.

Here is what I know:

You would have been born in 1940 or 1941. I am assuming you were born in
Seduva, Lithuania, but, perhaps your parents were able to leave before you were
born and maybe you were born in Kaunas, Vilnius, or even somewhere in Russia.
Your father, whom you may not even remember, was a pharmacist in Seduva until
at least January, 1940. His name was Nochum BERMAN (born August 1, 1912); his
parents were Faivel and Freida.

Yad Vashem testimonies suggest Nochum and his parents were killed along
with the other Seduva Jews in August, 1941. But somehow you and your mother
survived! I heard when the war ended you were in Vilnius with your mother,
but I don't know when you arrived there or how long you stayed. I believe
you were with Chava Mellman and her daughter Ania and Ania's son (Alexander?)
in Vilnius but I don't know if you were with them before the war ended or
not. Chava was a dentist, also living in Seduva through the 1930s, if not longer.

Your father, Nochum, was a very special friend to my mother. They corresponded
from May, 1937, when my mother came to the United States, and the last letter
was dated January, 1940. The beautiful letters he wrote to her helped her in
her transition to American life, and her letters to him provided hope for a
better world, as the world they both had known was unraveling.

A recent trip to Lithuania, including Seduva, did not provide any leads on
where you are. I showed your father's picture to many people, both in Vilnius
and in Seduva and even had a translator call every BERMAN in the Vilnius phone
book. I have met quite a few people with links to Seduva, but none that had
family living there at the onset of the war that were lucky enough to survive.

If, after reading this, you think you are the person I am looking for, or may
know this person, please contact me. I have already done significant research
in trying to find you but since you could be anywhere in the world, I welcome
all leads and suggestions, even if they seem like a long shot.

Thank you so much, in advance. I hope to finally find and meet you!

Fondly,
Marlene

Marlene Saul Englander
ad158@...
Looking for:
BERMAN (Seduva, Lithuania)
(Also for: ZARCHI (Vidz, now in Belarus) and KAGAN (Vidz, now in Belarus))