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My intro--Roger Lustig #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Roger Lustig <julierog@...>
 

Dear DanzigSig members:

I'm glad to see this new SIG. I have no personal connections to Danzig
itself, but I'm very interested to hear of research and researchers.

In August I'll be presenting a paper at the IAJGS in New York. The
topic will be Prussian-Polish vital records in general, and how to put
together the various fragments in archives, on film, etc. Danzig's
vital records for 1847-1874 are on (many) LDS films; and a great deal of
information is also in the Gdansk branch of the Polish State Archives.
I would be very interested to hear >from anyone who has worked with these
materials.

I'm also involved with JRI-Poland, which is dedidated to the creation of
an on-line database of Jewish vital records >from all places currently or
formerly in Poland. (Also Koenigsberg/Kaliningrad, for completeness'
sake.) As far as I know, there is no "shtetl co-op" devoted to
Danzig--but there should be! Who will take the lead to begin the effort
to free us >from microfilms, once and for all?

My own background is German: father's family >from Upper Silesia,
mother's >from Swabia, Hessen, Baden, and the Palatinate. One of my
great-grandmother's sisters married a DANZIGER in Gleiwitz, but that's
as close as we get. (Very popular name in Silesia.) I speak German and
can read the old German script.

As far as I can tell, this is the first SIG devoted to a community or
region within the boundaries of the German Empire (1871-1918). I look
forward to working with all of you.

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA
julierog@ix.netcom.com


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland My intro--Roger Lustig #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Roger Lustig <julierog@...>
 

Dear DanzigSig members:

I'm glad to see this new SIG. I have no personal connections to Danzig
itself, but I'm very interested to hear of research and researchers.

In August I'll be presenting a paper at the IAJGS in New York. The
topic will be Prussian-Polish vital records in general, and how to put
together the various fragments in archives, on film, etc. Danzig's
vital records for 1847-1874 are on (many) LDS films; and a great deal of
information is also in the Gdansk branch of the Polish State Archives.
I would be very interested to hear >from anyone who has worked with these
materials.

I'm also involved with JRI-Poland, which is dedidated to the creation of
an on-line database of Jewish vital records >from all places currently or
formerly in Poland. (Also Koenigsberg/Kaliningrad, for completeness'
sake.) As far as I know, there is no "shtetl co-op" devoted to
Danzig--but there should be! Who will take the lead to begin the effort
to free us >from microfilms, once and for all?

My own background is German: father's family >from Upper Silesia,
mother's >from Swabia, Hessen, Baden, and the Palatinate. One of my
great-grandmother's sisters married a DANZIGER in Gleiwitz, but that's
as close as we get. (Very popular name in Silesia.) I speak German and
can read the old German script.

As far as I can tell, this is the first SIG devoted to a community or
region within the boundaries of the German Empire (1871-1918). I look
forward to working with all of you.

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA
julierog@ix.netcom.com


Re: Did my aunt lived in Danzig? #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Dear Orna,

Several business directories covering Danzig >from the time when your aunt
might have lived there are available online. You can search them at
www.kalter.org/search. Please read the FAQ there for instructions of how to
view online images >from the directories, once you have performed a search
and know what images to check for your search term (e.g., Solewicz). Note
that it is not possible, currently, to restrict the searches only to the
Danzig portions of the directories, but I hope to add this feature in the
near future.

Please also see the Resources section of our website,
www.jewishgen.org/danzig, for links to lists of microfilms available from
the Family History Library (Mormons). If your cousin was born in Danzig, it
is possible his birth record could be on one of the microfilms. We may
organize projects to extract information >from these microfilms, so please
stay tuned.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.

-----Original Message-----
From: orna neiderman [mailto:ornan@actcom.co.il]
Sent: Fri, February 17, 2006 6:36 AM
To: Danzig SIG
Subject: Did my aunt lived in Danzig?

My father & his brothers was born in Bedzin / Poland between 1903-1913.
They moved to Miechow on 1918.
My father and one of his brother came to Israel 1934-1935, leaving their
parents and family, most of them were murdered in the Holocaust.
My father was so deeply sad and only told us that he had a sister name Roza
nee SZWAJCER born about 1903-1904, married to Ber SOLEWICZ having a young
child named Heneick.
During my research I heard that his sister and her new family lived in
Danzig.
...snip...


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland RE: Did my aunt lived in Danzig? #poland #danzig #gdansk #germany

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Dear Orna,

Several business directories covering Danzig >from the time when your aunt
might have lived there are available online. You can search them at
www.kalter.org/search. Please read the FAQ there for instructions of how to
view online images >from the directories, once you have performed a search
and know what images to check for your search term (e.g., Solewicz). Note
that it is not possible, currently, to restrict the searches only to the
Danzig portions of the directories, but I hope to add this feature in the
near future.

Please also see the Resources section of our website,
www.jewishgen.org/danzig, for links to lists of microfilms available from
the Family History Library (Mormons). If your cousin was born in Danzig, it
is possible his birth record could be on one of the microfilms. We may
organize projects to extract information >from these microfilms, so please
stay tuned.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.

-----Original Message-----
From: orna neiderman [mailto:ornan@actcom.co.il]
Sent: Fri, February 17, 2006 6:36 AM
To: Danzig SIG
Subject: Did my aunt lived in Danzig?

My father & his brothers was born in Bedzin / Poland between 1903-1913.
They moved to Miechow on 1918.
My father and one of his brother came to Israel 1934-1935, leaving their
parents and family, most of them were murdered in the Holocaust.
My father was so deeply sad and only told us that he had a sister name Roza
nee SZWAJCER born about 1903-1904, married to Ber SOLEWICZ having a young
child named Heneick.
During my research I heard that his sister and her new family lived in
Danzig.
...snip...


JewishGen welcomes the Danzig/Gdansk SIG #usa

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear Friends,
JewishGen is extremely pleased to announce the formation of the JewishGen
Danzig/Gdansk Special Interest Group (SIG), which will focus specifically on
Danzig -- now Gdansk, Poland -- including its precursor communities of
Altschottland, Langfuhr, Mattenbuden, Weinberg, and Danzig in der
Breitgasse, as well as Tiegenhof/Nowy Dwor Gdanski. The unique history of
this community and the exceptional survival of its records presents
a marvelous
opportunity for collaborative genealogical research under the JewishGen
umbrella.

If you have research interests in this area we urge you to join the Danzig
mailing list by visiting < http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager >. We
also invite you to visit the website at <
http://www.jewishgen.org/Danzig >. where you will see that contributions
of family histories, memoirs, photographs, maps, and other material of
interest will be welcomed..

Details about SIG projects aimed at making Danzig genealogical resources
more accessible, will be available on the website in the very near
future. Stay tuned!

Our thanks to Logan Joseph Kleinwaks , Coordinator of the SIG and Elsebeth
Paikin, Moderator of the mailing list for taking a leadership role in
proposing and organizing this entire effort to add to the programs and
projects JewishGen provides. .

We hope you are also excited and will join us as we embark on a new era of
Danzig Jewish genealogical research. We also encourage anyone who has
interests in this area and the historical records which will ultimately
reside on JewishGen to volunteer to help with projects. Some projects
may require funding, and we would appreciate your support in the form of
tax-deductible (in the U.S. and Canada) donations via the dedicated
JewishGen-erosity page
<
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=31 >

Please join us in welcoming the research opportunities which the JewishGen
Danzig/Gdansk SIG will provide to all with an interest.

Carol and Vivian

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects

Vivian Kahn, Vice President
SIG Liaison


Early American SIG #USA JewishGen welcomes the Danzig/Gdansk SIG #usa

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear Friends,
JewishGen is extremely pleased to announce the formation of the JewishGen
Danzig/Gdansk Special Interest Group (SIG), which will focus specifically on
Danzig -- now Gdansk, Poland -- including its precursor communities of
Altschottland, Langfuhr, Mattenbuden, Weinberg, and Danzig in der
Breitgasse, as well as Tiegenhof/Nowy Dwor Gdanski. The unique history of
this community and the exceptional survival of its records presents
a marvelous
opportunity for collaborative genealogical research under the JewishGen
umbrella.

If you have research interests in this area we urge you to join the Danzig
mailing list by visiting < http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager >. We
also invite you to visit the website at <
http://www.jewishgen.org/Danzig >. where you will see that contributions
of family histories, memoirs, photographs, maps, and other material of
interest will be welcomed..

Details about SIG projects aimed at making Danzig genealogical resources
more accessible, will be available on the website in the very near
future. Stay tuned!

Our thanks to Logan Joseph Kleinwaks , Coordinator of the SIG and Elsebeth
Paikin, Moderator of the mailing list for taking a leadership role in
proposing and organizing this entire effort to add to the programs and
projects JewishGen provides. .

We hope you are also excited and will join us as we embark on a new era of
Danzig Jewish genealogical research. We also encourage anyone who has
interests in this area and the historical records which will ultimately
reside on JewishGen to volunteer to help with projects. Some projects
may require funding, and we would appreciate your support in the form of
tax-deductible (in the U.S. and Canada) donations via the dedicated
JewishGen-erosity page
<
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=31 >

Please join us in welcoming the research opportunities which the JewishGen
Danzig/Gdansk SIG will provide to all with an interest.

Carol and Vivian

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects

Vivian Kahn, Vice President
SIG Liaison


RESOURCE CITE: Bergen Belsen Gedenkbuch #germany

Lande
 

The Bergen Belsen Gedenkstaettte has issued a new 2 volume Gedenkbuch
(Book of Remembrance) which lists 50,000 names of prisoners
in that concentration camp.

This replaces the earlier (1995) memorial book which contained about
half the present number of names.

The new list identifies prisoners by name, date and place of birth,
and, where known, date and place of death or liberation.

Peter Lande Washington DC <pdlande@starpower.net>


German SIG #Germany RESOURCE CITE: Bergen Belsen Gedenkbuch #germany

Lande
 

The Bergen Belsen Gedenkstaettte has issued a new 2 volume Gedenkbuch
(Book of Remembrance) which lists 50,000 names of prisoners
in that concentration camp.

This replaces the earlier (1995) memorial book which contained about
half the present number of names.

The new list identifies prisoners by name, date and place of birth,
and, where known, date and place of death or liberation.

Peter Lande Washington DC <pdlande@starpower.net>


LIEBERMAN(N) from Bavaria #germany

Herbert Kaufmann <nek.hjk@...>
 

I am seeking the birthplace of my great great grandfather, Emanuel LIEBERMAN(N).
It is stated in the US Census >from Owenton, KY in 1870, that he was born
"in Bavaria."

He was probably born in 1817, give or take a year, since his age in 1870 was
recorded as 53 and in the 1850 census as 43. Does anyone have an idea of
how, using those facts, I might find a more specific location to start
looking for certificates? Thanks,

Herbert Kaufmann, Bedford, NY <nek.hjk@verizon.net>

MODERATOR NOTE: Welcome to GerSIG. Note that "Bavaria" in 1817 described
a different geographical area than it does today. Some tips for new
members are contained in the "Intro / Welcome" email you received when you
joined GerSIG. Please search both the SIG and JGDG archives for your
family name and also explore the FTJP and JGFF (all at JewishGen). Good luck.


German SIG #Germany LIEBERMAN(N) from Bavaria #germany

Herbert Kaufmann <nek.hjk@...>
 

I am seeking the birthplace of my great great grandfather, Emanuel LIEBERMAN(N).
It is stated in the US Census >from Owenton, KY in 1870, that he was born
"in Bavaria."

He was probably born in 1817, give or take a year, since his age in 1870 was
recorded as 53 and in the 1850 census as 43. Does anyone have an idea of
how, using those facts, I might find a more specific location to start
looking for certificates? Thanks,

Herbert Kaufmann, Bedford, NY <nek.hjk@verizon.net>

MODERATOR NOTE: Welcome to GerSIG. Note that "Bavaria" in 1817 described
a different geographical area than it does today. Some tips for new
members are contained in the "Intro / Welcome" email you received when you
joined GerSIG. Please search both the SIG and JGDG archives for your
family name and also explore the FTJP and JGFF (all at JewishGen). Good luck.


INTRO - researching CONITZER families from Westprussia #germany

Martin.Conitzer@...
 

Hello GerSig,

my name is Martin Conitzer. I am living in Wachtberg, not far away from
Bonn. I just joined this group. For several years I have been doing
genealogical research. My native language is German, but I also know
French, English, Latin and a little bit of Polish. My special research
goals are the history of the town Konitz/Conitz (today Chojnice in Poland)
and the members of the Jewish, catholic and protestant families with the names
KONITZ, KONITZER, CONITZ and CONITZER.
I am not sure, if there is a relation between these families.

The Jewish family CONITZER was owner of about 40 department stores in
East- and Westprussia, in Eastern and Western Germany.

My information is >from Prof. John H. Richter, whose maternal grandmother
was a CONITZER. He gave the results of his research -going back to Aron
CONITZER >from Zempelburg in Westprussia with 7 children and 51
grandchildren- to the Leo Baeck Institute. Best regards

Martin Conitzer >from Wachtberg in Germany martin.conitzer@t-online.de


German SIG #Germany INTRO - researching CONITZER families from Westprussia #germany

Martin.Conitzer@...
 

Hello GerSig,

my name is Martin Conitzer. I am living in Wachtberg, not far away from
Bonn. I just joined this group. For several years I have been doing
genealogical research. My native language is German, but I also know
French, English, Latin and a little bit of Polish. My special research
goals are the history of the town Konitz/Conitz (today Chojnice in Poland)
and the members of the Jewish, catholic and protestant families with the names
KONITZ, KONITZER, CONITZ and CONITZER.
I am not sure, if there is a relation between these families.

The Jewish family CONITZER was owner of about 40 department stores in
East- and Westprussia, in Eastern and Western Germany.

My information is >from Prof. John H. Richter, whose maternal grandmother
was a CONITZER. He gave the results of his research -going back to Aron
CONITZER >from Zempelburg in Westprussia with 7 children and 51
grandchildren- to the Leo Baeck Institute. Best regards

Martin Conitzer >from Wachtberg in Germany martin.conitzer@t-online.de


JewishGen welcomes the Danzig/Gdansk SIG #germany

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear Friends,
JewishGen is extremely pleased to announce the formation of the JewishGen
Danzig/Gdansk Special Interest Group (SIG), which will focus specifically on
Danzig -- now Gdansk, Poland -- including its precursor communities of
Altschottland, Langfuhr, Mattenbuden, Weinberg, and Danzig in der
Breitgasse, as well as Tiegenhof/Nowy Dwor Gdanski.

The unique history of this community and the exceptional survival of its records
presents a marvelous opportunity for collaborative genealogical research
under the JewishGen umbrella.

If you have research interests in this area we urge you to join the Danzig
mailing list by visiting:

http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

We also invite you to visit the website at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/Danzig

where you will see that contributions of family histories, memoirs,
photographs, maps, and other material of interest will be welcomed.

Details about SIG projects aimed at making Danzig genealogical resources
more accessible, will be available on the website in the very near future.
Stay tuned!

Our thanks to Logan Joseph Kleinwaks, Coordinator of the SIG and Elsebeth Paikin,
Moderator of the mailing list for taking a leadership role in proposing
and organizing this entire effort to add to the programs
and projects JewishGen provides.

We hope you are also excited and will join us as we embark on a new era of
Danzig Jewish genealogical research. We also encourage anyone who has
interests in this area and the historical records which will ultimately
reside on JewishGen to volunteer to help with projects. Some projects
may require funding, and we would appreciate your support in the form of
tax-deductible (in the U.S. and Canada) donations via the dedicated
JewishGen-erosity page:

http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=31

Please join us in welcoming the research opportunities which the JewishGen
Danzig/Gdansk SIG will provide to all with an interest. Carol and Vivian

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President JewishGen Special Projects

Vivian Kahn, Vice President SIG Liaison


German SIG #Germany JewishGen welcomes the Danzig/Gdansk SIG #germany

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear Friends,
JewishGen is extremely pleased to announce the formation of the JewishGen
Danzig/Gdansk Special Interest Group (SIG), which will focus specifically on
Danzig -- now Gdansk, Poland -- including its precursor communities of
Altschottland, Langfuhr, Mattenbuden, Weinberg, and Danzig in der
Breitgasse, as well as Tiegenhof/Nowy Dwor Gdanski.

The unique history of this community and the exceptional survival of its records
presents a marvelous opportunity for collaborative genealogical research
under the JewishGen umbrella.

If you have research interests in this area we urge you to join the Danzig
mailing list by visiting:

http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

We also invite you to visit the website at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/Danzig

where you will see that contributions of family histories, memoirs,
photographs, maps, and other material of interest will be welcomed.

Details about SIG projects aimed at making Danzig genealogical resources
more accessible, will be available on the website in the very near future.
Stay tuned!

Our thanks to Logan Joseph Kleinwaks, Coordinator of the SIG and Elsebeth Paikin,
Moderator of the mailing list for taking a leadership role in proposing
and organizing this entire effort to add to the programs
and projects JewishGen provides.

We hope you are also excited and will join us as we embark on a new era of
Danzig Jewish genealogical research. We also encourage anyone who has
interests in this area and the historical records which will ultimately
reside on JewishGen to volunteer to help with projects. Some projects
may require funding, and we would appreciate your support in the form of
tax-deductible (in the U.S. and Canada) donations via the dedicated
JewishGen-erosity page:

http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=31

Please join us in welcoming the research opportunities which the JewishGen
Danzig/Gdansk SIG will provide to all with an interest. Carol and Vivian

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President JewishGen Special Projects

Vivian Kahn, Vice President SIG Liaison


Re: FALK Intro -- R. Meir POSENER (Bet Meir) #gdansk #germany #poland #danzig

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Stephen,

Thanks very much for your introduction. Your ancestor R' Meir POSENER's
signature appears on a pinkas of the synagogue of Langfuhr (1775-1860) that
was sold at Sotheby's about a year ago. I will be investigating this item,
since it probably has genealogical content. Stay tuned. The translated
title of the item, as it appears in the auction catalog, is "MAIN RECORD
BOOK OF SYNAGOGUE SEATS, REGULATIONS AND ACCOUNTS >from THE YEAR 1775."

Note that this is the only pinkas >from Danzig in private hands that I am
aware of (the rest that I know to exist being kept at the Central Archives
for the History of the Jewish People -- see the Resources section of our
website http://www.jewishgen.org/danzig). If anyone knows of others,
please contact me.

Also, we will be soliciting articles about the rabbis of Danzig for our
website. If you wish to contribute material, please contact me.

Is it known that R' Meir POSENER died in the Danzig area, or precisely
where he was buried? Perhaps, he is listed in the cemetery register of
Altschottland that survives at CAHJP. See our Resources section for
details.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.

-----Original Message-----
From: sfalk81162@aol.com [mailto:sfalk81162@aol.com]
Sent: Thu, February 16, 2006 10:14 PM
To: Danzig SIG
Subject: FALK Intro -- R. Meir POSENER (Bet Meir)


I am happy to see this new SIG. That said, my only known connection
to Danzig / Alt Schottland is my great great great great grandfather R.
Meir POSENER (ca.1735-1807), author of "Bet Meir". He was rabbi in
Danzig for the last 21 years of his life. I would be interested in
coming into contact with other descendants of the Bet Meir.

And, if any one can shed a clue on why his death date is uncertain,
that would be most welcome. Various sources either give his death date
as 25 Schewat 5563 (17 Feb 1803) or as 25 Schewat 5567 (3 Feb 1807).

Greetings to all other Danzig SIG participants.

(I am an experienced researcher of Jewish genealogy, with particular
emphasis on Silesia and Posen.)

Stephen FALK
Wayne, PA, USA
sfalk81162@aol.com


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland RE: FALK Intro -- R. Meir POSENER (Bet Meir) #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Stephen,

Thanks very much for your introduction. Your ancestor R' Meir POSENER's
signature appears on a pinkas of the synagogue of Langfuhr (1775-1860) that
was sold at Sotheby's about a year ago. I will be investigating this item,
since it probably has genealogical content. Stay tuned. The translated
title of the item, as it appears in the auction catalog, is "MAIN RECORD
BOOK OF SYNAGOGUE SEATS, REGULATIONS AND ACCOUNTS >from THE YEAR 1775."

Note that this is the only pinkas >from Danzig in private hands that I am
aware of (the rest that I know to exist being kept at the Central Archives
for the History of the Jewish People -- see the Resources section of our
website http://www.jewishgen.org/danzig). If anyone knows of others,
please contact me.

Also, we will be soliciting articles about the rabbis of Danzig for our
website. If you wish to contribute material, please contact me.

Is it known that R' Meir POSENER died in the Danzig area, or precisely
where he was buried? Perhaps, he is listed in the cemetery register of
Altschottland that survives at CAHJP. See our Resources section for
details.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.

-----Original Message-----
From: sfalk81162@aol.com [mailto:sfalk81162@aol.com]
Sent: Thu, February 16, 2006 10:14 PM
To: Danzig SIG
Subject: FALK Intro -- R. Meir POSENER (Bet Meir)


I am happy to see this new SIG. That said, my only known connection
to Danzig / Alt Schottland is my great great great great grandfather R.
Meir POSENER (ca.1735-1807), author of "Bet Meir". He was rabbi in
Danzig for the last 21 years of his life. I would be interested in
coming into contact with other descendants of the Bet Meir.

And, if any one can shed a clue on why his death date is uncertain,
that would be most welcome. Various sources either give his death date
as 25 Schewat 5563 (17 Feb 1803) or as 25 Schewat 5567 (3 Feb 1807).

Greetings to all other Danzig SIG participants.

(I am an experienced researcher of Jewish genealogy, with particular
emphasis on Silesia and Posen.)

Stephen FALK
Wayne, PA, USA
sfalk81162@aol.com


Searching for Surviving Prisoners of Buchenwald Along With Menachem LIMOR #belarus

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

Menachem LIMOR is a Shoah survivor. Recently, there has been an article
about him on Cincinatti TV news. Menachem accomplished a feat that could
benefit other Shoah survivors. It is possible that some genners may have
been in Buchenwald with Menachem, or are descendants of Buchenwald
survivors.

For additional Holocaust information about survivors and their stories,
please refer to "Jewishgen Info Files."

Anyone who would like to read the entire article is invited to contact me
personally. I will be happy to send it. It is never too late to provide
information that will benefit a Shoah survivor.

Sincerely,

Rachelle Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@comcast.net

Searching for: LEAF nee LIFSCHITZ/LIEBERMAN/LEW/LEV/LIF
from: Swislowitz/Swisloch,Volkyvysk,Odessa


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching for Surviving Prisoners of Buchenwald Along With Menachem LIMOR #belarus

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

Menachem LIMOR is a Shoah survivor. Recently, there has been an article
about him on Cincinatti TV news. Menachem accomplished a feat that could
benefit other Shoah survivors. It is possible that some genners may have
been in Buchenwald with Menachem, or are descendants of Buchenwald
survivors.

For additional Holocaust information about survivors and their stories,
please refer to "Jewishgen Info Files."

Anyone who would like to read the entire article is invited to contact me
personally. I will be happy to send it. It is never too late to provide
information that will benefit a Shoah survivor.

Sincerely,

Rachelle Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@comcast.net

Searching for: LEAF nee LIFSCHITZ/LIEBERMAN/LEW/LEV/LIF
from: Swislowitz/Swisloch,Volkyvysk,Odessa


KLEIN-GETTINGER-SCHUTENFELD #general

adam1gs@...
 

Looking for members of the JACOB & FANNIE KLEIN Family of Galicia/Austria and
NY City. Daughters Sarah KLEIN married Nathan GETTINGER, daughter Mary KLEIN
married Louis SCHUTENFELD (sp?). Other children: Anna, Joseph & Phillip
KLEIN. If any of these names are on your family tree please contact me.

Fred Klein
adam1gs@adelphia.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KLEIN-GETTINGER-SCHUTENFELD #general

adam1gs@...
 

Looking for members of the JACOB & FANNIE KLEIN Family of Galicia/Austria and
NY City. Daughters Sarah KLEIN married Nathan GETTINGER, daughter Mary KLEIN
married Louis SCHUTENFELD (sp?). Other children: Anna, Joseph & Phillip
KLEIN. If any of these names are on your family tree please contact me.

Fred Klein
adam1gs@adelphia.net