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IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's #yizkorbooks

Paula Zieselman <pzieselman@...>
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added a
section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They can be
found at <http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along
with the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the New
York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's #yizkorbooks

Paula Zieselman <pzieselman@...>
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added a
section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They can be
found at <http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along
with the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the New
York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's #belarus

Paula Zieselman <pzieselman@...>
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added a
section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They can be
found at <http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along
with the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the New
York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


Belarus SIG #Belarus IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's #belarus

Paula Zieselman <pzieselman@...>
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added a
section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They can be
found at <http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along
with the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the New
York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


On behalf of the 26th IAJGS: cemetary visits #warsaw #poland

Nicole Berline <nberline@...>
 

Subject: IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's


For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added
a section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They
can be found at
<http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along with
the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the
New York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing
list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online
Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland On behalf of the 26th IAJGS: cemetary visits #warsaw #poland

Nicole Berline <nberline@...>
 

Subject: IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's


For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added
a section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They
can be found at
<http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along with
the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the
New York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing
list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online
Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


Seeking translation of Romanian letters into English possibly from 1905 or 1907 #romania

Martin Fischer
 

I have posted to Viewmate two images containing letters in Romanian that I
would very much like to have translated into English.

They include a very short note in dark ink in Romanian, apparently >from Misu
Landmann of Bucharest; a two-page letter in lighter ink in Romanian >from
Misu's wife, Betusca (uncertain spelling) Landmann, probably to her
brother-in-law Joseph Landman of Kansas City, Missouri; and a nearly
two-page letter in English >from Betusca, probably to her sister-in-law
Rebecca Landman. (The English letter is included for context only.)

This description may be a bit confusing, but when you see the images, it
will become obvious that the writers conserved paper by including multiple
letters on both sides of one folded sheet of stationery.

The note >from Misu includes the years 1905 and 1907, although because I
don't know Romanian, I don't know if one of these is the year the letters
were written. If my understanding of who the correspondents were is correct,
then they had to be written prior to 1914, when Joseph Landman died.

Please take a look at the images at:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7243
and
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7245

Thank you again, everyone who has help me with these translations.

Martin Fischer
Oak Park, Illinois, USA

-----------
The Fischer and Levin family history Web site is at:
http://mefischer1.home.comcast.net/


Romania SIG #Romania Seeking translation of Romanian letters into English possibly from 1905 or 1907 #romania

Martin Fischer
 

I have posted to Viewmate two images containing letters in Romanian that I
would very much like to have translated into English.

They include a very short note in dark ink in Romanian, apparently >from Misu
Landmann of Bucharest; a two-page letter in lighter ink in Romanian >from
Misu's wife, Betusca (uncertain spelling) Landmann, probably to her
brother-in-law Joseph Landman of Kansas City, Missouri; and a nearly
two-page letter in English >from Betusca, probably to her sister-in-law
Rebecca Landman. (The English letter is included for context only.)

This description may be a bit confusing, but when you see the images, it
will become obvious that the writers conserved paper by including multiple
letters on both sides of one folded sheet of stationery.

The note >from Misu includes the years 1905 and 1907, although because I
don't know Romanian, I don't know if one of these is the year the letters
were written. If my understanding of who the correspondents were is correct,
then they had to be written prior to 1914, when Joseph Landman died.

Please take a look at the images at:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7243
and
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7245

Thank you again, everyone who has help me with these translations.

Martin Fischer
Oak Park, Illinois, USA

-----------
The Fischer and Levin family history Web site is at:
http://mefischer1.home.comcast.net/


viewmate--unknown photo and words #belarus

Myrna L. Hewitt <azmyrna@...>
 

I found this photo VM7249 of a soldier I assume is family but do not
know who among my mother's old photos. On the reverse of the photo
is writing in many directions VM7250. I am not even sure of
language though I am guessing Russian.
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7249
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7250

If anyone can identify the uniform or make out any of the words, I
would greatly appreciate your emailing me. Thanks.

Myrna Livingston Hewitt
azmyrna@...
MODERATOR NOTE: Please always sign messages with your location.


Belarus SIG #Belarus viewmate--unknown photo and words #belarus

Myrna L. Hewitt <azmyrna@...>
 

I found this photo VM7249 of a soldier I assume is family but do not
know who among my mother's old photos. On the reverse of the photo
is writing in many directions VM7250. I am not even sure of
language though I am guessing Russian.
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7249
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7250

If anyone can identify the uniform or make out any of the words, I
would greatly appreciate your emailing me. Thanks.

Myrna Livingston Hewitt
azmyrna@...
MODERATOR NOTE: Please always sign messages with your location.


Belarus SIG #Belarus MANDEL Family from the former Minsk Gubernya #belarus

neville lamdan
 

Dear Siggers,

Simple question: do any of you have individuals surnamed MANDEL on your
Trees, who hail back to the former Minsk Gubernya?

If so, please contact me privately.

I am searching the MANDEL surname, pure and simple (no variants). After
many years of searching, I reckon that in the Minsk Gubernya, there were
just a couple of MANDEL families, one in the Slutsk Uyezd and another
(unrelated) in the Bobruisk Uyezd.

I'm looking for the Slutsk Uyezd bunch. They lived principally in the towns
of Lechovich, Nesvizh, Kletsk and Slutsk, as well as in a host of little
villages near those towns.

Even if the MANDEL'S on your Trees are only related to you by marriage or in
some very remote way, I'd still love to hear.

Neville MANDEL-LAMDAN,
Jerusalem

Also searching ABELIANSKY, MICHLIN, MLOTOK, POZHARIK, STRELOVSKY and
VOLOCHVIANSKY, >from the Slutsk and Novogrudok Uyezds of the Minsk Gubernya
and the Slonim Uyezd of the Grodno Gubernya.


MANDEL Family from the former Minsk Gubernya #belarus

neville lamdan
 

Dear Siggers,

Simple question: do any of you have individuals surnamed MANDEL on your
Trees, who hail back to the former Minsk Gubernya?

If so, please contact me privately.

I am searching the MANDEL surname, pure and simple (no variants). After
many years of searching, I reckon that in the Minsk Gubernya, there were
just a couple of MANDEL families, one in the Slutsk Uyezd and another
(unrelated) in the Bobruisk Uyezd.

I'm looking for the Slutsk Uyezd bunch. They lived principally in the towns
of Lechovich, Nesvizh, Kletsk and Slutsk, as well as in a host of little
villages near those towns.

Even if the MANDEL'S on your Trees are only related to you by marriage or in
some very remote way, I'd still love to hear.

Neville MANDEL-LAMDAN,
Jerusalem

Also searching ABELIANSKY, MICHLIN, MLOTOK, POZHARIK, STRELOVSKY and
VOLOCHVIANSKY, >from the Slutsk and Novogrudok Uyezds of the Minsk Gubernya
and the Slonim Uyezd of the Grodno Gubernya.


IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQs #lithuania

Ada Green
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from
August 13-18, 2006, hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York),
we have just added a section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked
Questions. They can be found at
<http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>,
along with the already existing sections on Conference Registration,
Hotel Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the New
York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaft plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQs #lithuania

Ada Green
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from
August 13-18, 2006, hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York),
we have just added a section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked
Questions. They can be found at
<http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>,
along with the already existing sections on Conference Registration,
Hotel Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the New
York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaft plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQs #poland

Ada Green
 

Subject: IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's


For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added a
section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They can be
found at <http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along
with the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the New
York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaft plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQs #poland

Ada Green
 

Subject: IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's


For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added a
section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They can be
found at <http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along
with the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the New
York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaft plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


GRUNROCK #poland

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

I have been working with Stephanie Weiner to try and
solve the mystery of the disappearing GRUNRO{C}K. They
did exist - they appeared and disappeared. One of the
problems is the different spellings. There appears to
be some connection with the UK but they are not in the
census of England and Wales [1851-1901].

Stephanie found that they had arrived in the USA from
Scotland. So I searched the index of the Scottish
census - one has to pay to search in detail, but one
can access a free surname search:

GREENROCK:
Search Count: Census 1861 0; Census 1871 0; Census
1881 0
Census 1891 0; **Census 1901 8**

Old Parish Records Births & Christenings 1553 - 1854 O
Old Parish Records Banns & Marriages 1553 - 1854 0
Statutory Register Births **1855 - 1904 2**
Statutory Register Marriages / Banns 1855 - 1929 0
Statutory Register Deaths **1855 - 1954 1**
Wills & Testaments 1513 - 1901 0

However if you enter GRENROCK [nb not GREENROCK] into
one of the best known internet genealogy sites you
even find an ancestry world tree of a Jewish
*GRENROCK* family >from Belgium [Bernard b. 10 Jan 1890
Brussels - marrying Bessi b. 10 March 1895 in
Edinburgh, Scotland - both died in LA]. Bessi's
father was Harris PASS b: 1865 in Latvia and her
mother Anna Unknown b: 1877 in Latvia.

Scotland had a relatively large population of Latvian
and Lithuanian Jews. We also read that *GRENROCK* was
originally *GRIENROCK* in Belgium!* What is
particularly satisfying is that we can correlate the 8
GREENROCK in the Scottish census of 1901 with the ones
arriving in the USA in three separate waves.

My conclusion is that GRUNROCK/GRIENROCK families
arrived in Scotland sometime between 1891 and 1901 -
changed their name to
GRE{E}NROCK, then left again - most probably for the
USA. Please note the GREENROCK births and deaths as
well in Scotland.

They then disappeared in the USA, so they must have
dropped the "ROCK" suffix and became plain *GREEN* or
died out?

And SSDI and IGI searches are also revealing. Try all
variants.
A close study of the SSDI data may reveal the
existence of Jewish GREENROCK, even today.

from the evidence Stephanie sent me, I would say that
at least some of these
GRUNRO{C}K/GREENROCK/GRENROCK/GRIENROCK were Galicians
[Austrian subjects]. We may find them in the jri-pl
database under variant spellings. I have yet to search
it.

I thank Stephanie for the friendly and, hopefully,
successful collaboration. At least Norma Schaffer [she
posed the original question and queried the connection
with hunting] will now know that her GRUNROCK were not
the only ones on the planet. They are still "out
there", probably in disguise.

Celia Male [U.K.]

*To confuse matters even more, there appear to be bona
fide English GRENROCK families living in
Leicestershire [UK].

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please continue this exchange privately.


JRI Poland #Poland GRUNROCK #poland

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

I have been working with Stephanie Weiner to try and
solve the mystery of the disappearing GRUNRO{C}K. They
did exist - they appeared and disappeared. One of the
problems is the different spellings. There appears to
be some connection with the UK but they are not in the
census of England and Wales [1851-1901].

Stephanie found that they had arrived in the USA from
Scotland. So I searched the index of the Scottish
census - one has to pay to search in detail, but one
can access a free surname search:

GREENROCK:
Search Count: Census 1861 0; Census 1871 0; Census
1881 0
Census 1891 0; **Census 1901 8**

Old Parish Records Births & Christenings 1553 - 1854 O
Old Parish Records Banns & Marriages 1553 - 1854 0
Statutory Register Births **1855 - 1904 2**
Statutory Register Marriages / Banns 1855 - 1929 0
Statutory Register Deaths **1855 - 1954 1**
Wills & Testaments 1513 - 1901 0

However if you enter GRENROCK [nb not GREENROCK] into
one of the best known internet genealogy sites you
even find an ancestry world tree of a Jewish
*GRENROCK* family >from Belgium [Bernard b. 10 Jan 1890
Brussels - marrying Bessi b. 10 March 1895 in
Edinburgh, Scotland - both died in LA]. Bessi's
father was Harris PASS b: 1865 in Latvia and her
mother Anna Unknown b: 1877 in Latvia.

Scotland had a relatively large population of Latvian
and Lithuanian Jews. We also read that *GRENROCK* was
originally *GRIENROCK* in Belgium!* What is
particularly satisfying is that we can correlate the 8
GREENROCK in the Scottish census of 1901 with the ones
arriving in the USA in three separate waves.

My conclusion is that GRUNROCK/GRIENROCK families
arrived in Scotland sometime between 1891 and 1901 -
changed their name to
GRE{E}NROCK, then left again - most probably for the
USA. Please note the GREENROCK births and deaths as
well in Scotland.

They then disappeared in the USA, so they must have
dropped the "ROCK" suffix and became plain *GREEN* or
died out?

And SSDI and IGI searches are also revealing. Try all
variants.
A close study of the SSDI data may reveal the
existence of Jewish GREENROCK, even today.

from the evidence Stephanie sent me, I would say that
at least some of these
GRUNRO{C}K/GREENROCK/GRENROCK/GRIENROCK were Galicians
[Austrian subjects]. We may find them in the jri-pl
database under variant spellings. I have yet to search
it.

I thank Stephanie for the friendly and, hopefully,
successful collaboration. At least Norma Schaffer [she
posed the original question and queried the connection
with hunting] will now know that her GRUNROCK were not
the only ones on the planet. They are still "out
there", probably in disguise.

Celia Male [U.K.]

*To confuse matters even more, there appear to be bona
fide English GRENROCK families living in
Leicestershire [UK].

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please continue this exchange privately.


IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQs #poland

Ada Green
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from
August 13-18, 2006, hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York),
we have just added a section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked
Questions. They can be found at
<http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>,
along with the already existing sections on Conference Registration,
Hotel Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the New
York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaft plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


GRUNROK #poland

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Yad va Shem lists: GRINROK.
JRI-PL lists:GRUNROCK,GRYNROK and GRUNRACK
BEIDER lists:GRIENRO(C)K,GRUNROCK and GRUNROK.
U is with umlaut.
EDIB is better checked through the white list,not the
blue(Jewish) one.

Jacob Rosen
Jerusalem