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Friendly Brest Litowsk in France #general

Lemberski Evelyne
 

I search the biography of the following founders of the friendly Bresti Litowsk
in France:

Founding President: The Rabbi of ENGHIEN LES BAINS (France) Maurice TCHERNAIA
Boris WOLSKI who went to live in the United States at the dawn of World War II

Evelyne Lemberski
evelynelemberski@yahoo.fr
Saint Maurice
France


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Friendly Brest Litowsk in France #general

Lemberski Evelyne
 

I search the biography of the following founders of the friendly Bresti Litowsk
in France:

Founding President: The Rabbi of ENGHIEN LES BAINS (France) Maurice TCHERNAIA
Boris WOLSKI who went to live in the United States at the dawn of World War II

Evelyne Lemberski
evelynelemberski@yahoo.fr
Saint Maurice
France


new Stanislawow field sketch (1848) on the Gesher Galicia Map Room #ukraine

jay.osborn@...
 

It's been several months since we've posted a new old map to the
Gesher Galicia Map Room; we've been working on a new map data project
we hope to publish before the end of the year. But while that work
continues in the background, last week we assembled the central sheets
of a field sketch >from 1848 for an important Galician city:
Stanislawow, a.k.a. Stanislau, and today known as Ivano-Frankivsk.

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/stanislawow-ivano-frankivsk-1848/

This is an early field sketch, very rough in its style and geographic
accuracy; to make sense of the sketch, we cut the scans into small
pieces and aligned them to an interwar map of the city, using
recognizable features on both maps to correct the sketch, then blended
edges to make a mostly seamless image. A few small areas on the old
map lack data and are left blank; in other places, the surveyor's
original sketches could not be pulled into alignment with the current
geography. But overall the old map is dense and informative, and the
vast majority of details are geographically close, if not exact.

Even if the map seems rough at first glance, a careful review will
give generous rewards. Like most field sketches, this map of
Stanislawow labels the buildings and fields with the house numbers of
the property owners, which means that anyone who has vital records
from the period can directly locate family houses and land without
needing property records as an intermediary tool. As a bonus, outside
the dense city center, many land parcels are annotated with the
landowners' names, so no other records are needed to directly identify
family properties. This benefit works for anyone with ancestry in the
city and its suburbs: Jewish, Ukrainian, Polish, etc.

Like some other large urban areas in Galicia, Stanislawow was divided
into numbered business and residential districts; the sketch does not
indicate these clearly, so it's easy to be confused when looking for
specific house numbers >from vital records and other data. The district
numbering for the city is generally indicated on a street map in the
GG Map Room:

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/general/ivano-frankivsk-stanislawow-1941/

...and on several of the maps >from the excellent collection in the
Urban Maps Digital project of the Center for Urban History of East
Central Europe, in Lviv:

http://www.lvivcenter.org/en/umd/location/ivano-frankivsk/

This historic paper map is preserved by the Central State Historical
Archives of Ukraine in Lviv (TsDIAL):
http://www.archives.gov.ua/Eng/Archives/ca04.php

The GG Map Room home page: https://maps.geshergalicia.org/

Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia Digital Map Manager
Lviv, Ukraine
maps@geshergalicia.org


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine new Stanislawow field sketch (1848) on the Gesher Galicia Map Room #ukraine

jay.osborn@...
 

It's been several months since we've posted a new old map to the
Gesher Galicia Map Room; we've been working on a new map data project
we hope to publish before the end of the year. But while that work
continues in the background, last week we assembled the central sheets
of a field sketch >from 1848 for an important Galician city:
Stanislawow, a.k.a. Stanislau, and today known as Ivano-Frankivsk.

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/stanislawow-ivano-frankivsk-1848/

This is an early field sketch, very rough in its style and geographic
accuracy; to make sense of the sketch, we cut the scans into small
pieces and aligned them to an interwar map of the city, using
recognizable features on both maps to correct the sketch, then blended
edges to make a mostly seamless image. A few small areas on the old
map lack data and are left blank; in other places, the surveyor's
original sketches could not be pulled into alignment with the current
geography. But overall the old map is dense and informative, and the
vast majority of details are geographically close, if not exact.

Even if the map seems rough at first glance, a careful review will
give generous rewards. Like most field sketches, this map of
Stanislawow labels the buildings and fields with the house numbers of
the property owners, which means that anyone who has vital records
from the period can directly locate family houses and land without
needing property records as an intermediary tool. As a bonus, outside
the dense city center, many land parcels are annotated with the
landowners' names, so no other records are needed to directly identify
family properties. This benefit works for anyone with ancestry in the
city and its suburbs: Jewish, Ukrainian, Polish, etc.

Like some other large urban areas in Galicia, Stanislawow was divided
into numbered business and residential districts; the sketch does not
indicate these clearly, so it's easy to be confused when looking for
specific house numbers >from vital records and other data. The district
numbering for the city is generally indicated on a street map in the
GG Map Room:

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/general/ivano-frankivsk-stanislawow-1941/

...and on several of the maps >from the excellent collection in the
Urban Maps Digital project of the Center for Urban History of East
Central Europe, in Lviv:

http://www.lvivcenter.org/en/umd/location/ivano-frankivsk/

This historic paper map is preserved by the Central State Historical
Archives of Ukraine in Lviv (TsDIAL):
http://www.archives.gov.ua/Eng/Archives/ca04.php

The GG Map Room home page: https://maps.geshergalicia.org/

Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia Digital Map Manager
Lviv, Ukraine
maps@geshergalicia.org


FRIENDLY BREST LITOWSK IN FRANCE #france

Lemberski Evelyne
 

Friendly BREST LITOWSK in FRANCE

I search the biography of the following founders of the friendly
BRESTI LITOWSK in France:
Founding President: The Rabbi of ENGHIEN LES BAINS (FRANCE), Maurice TCHERNAIA,
Boris WOLSKI who went to live in the United States at the dawn of World War II

evelynelemberski@yahoo.fr
SAINT MAURICE, FRANCE


French SIG #France FRIENDLY BREST LITOWSK IN FRANCE #france

Lemberski Evelyne
 

Friendly BREST LITOWSK in FRANCE

I search the biography of the following founders of the friendly
BRESTI LITOWSK in France:
Founding President: The Rabbi of ENGHIEN LES BAINS (FRANCE), Maurice TCHERNAIA,
Boris WOLSKI who went to live in the United States at the dawn of World War II

evelynelemberski@yahoo.fr
SAINT MAURICE, FRANCE


new Stanislawow field sketch (1848) on the Gesher Galicia Map Room #galicia

Jay Osborn <jay.osborn@...>
 

It's been several months since we've posted a new old map to the
Gesher Galicia Map Room; we've been working on a new map data
project we hope to publish before the end of the year. But while that
work continues in the background, last week we assembled the central
sheets of a field sketch >from 1848 for an important Galician city:
Stanislawow, a.k.a. Stanislau, and today known as Ivano-Frankivsk.

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/stanislawow-ivano-frankivsk-1848/

This is an early field sketch, very rough in its style and geographic
accuracy; to make sense of the sketch, we cut the scans into small
pieces and aligned them to an interwar map of the city, using
recognizable features on both maps to correct the sketch, then
blended edges to make a mostly seamless image. A few small areas on
the old map lack data and are left blank; in other places, the surveyor's
original sketches could not be pulled into alignment with the current
geography. But overall the old map is dense and informative, and the
vast majority of details are geographically close, if not exact.

Even if the map seems rough at first glance, a careful review will give
generous rewards. Like most field sketches, this map of Stanislawow
labels the buildings and fields with the house numbers of the property
owners, which means that anyone who has vital records >from the
period can directly locate family houses and land without needing
property records as an intermediary tool. As a bonus, outside the
dense city center, many land parcels are annotated with the
landowners' names, so no other records are needed to directly identify
family properties. This benefit works for anyone with ancestry in the
city and its suburbs: Jewish, Ukrainian, Polish, etc.

Like some other large urban areas in Galicia, Stanislawow was divided
into numbered business and residential districts; the sketch does not
indicate these clearly, so it's easy to be confused when looking for
specific house numbers >from vital records and other data. The district
numbering for the city is generally indicated on a street map in the
GG Map Room:

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/general/ivano-frankivsk-stanislawow-1941/

...and on several of the maps >from the excellent collection in the Urban
Maps Digital project of the Center for Urban History of East Central
Europe, in Lviv:

http://www.lvivcenter.org/en/umd/location/ivano-frankivsk/

This historic paper map is preserved by the Central State Historical
Archives of Ukraine in Lviv (TsDIAL):
http://www.archives.gov.ua/Eng/Archives/ca04.php

The GG Map Room home page: https://maps.geshergalicia.org/

Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia Digital Map Manager
Lviv, Ukraine
maps@geshergalicia.org


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia new Stanislawow field sketch (1848) on the Gesher Galicia Map Room #galicia

Jay Osborn <jay.osborn@...>
 

It's been several months since we've posted a new old map to the
Gesher Galicia Map Room; we've been working on a new map data
project we hope to publish before the end of the year. But while that
work continues in the background, last week we assembled the central
sheets of a field sketch >from 1848 for an important Galician city:
Stanislawow, a.k.a. Stanislau, and today known as Ivano-Frankivsk.

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/stanislawow-ivano-frankivsk-1848/

This is an early field sketch, very rough in its style and geographic
accuracy; to make sense of the sketch, we cut the scans into small
pieces and aligned them to an interwar map of the city, using
recognizable features on both maps to correct the sketch, then
blended edges to make a mostly seamless image. A few small areas on
the old map lack data and are left blank; in other places, the surveyor's
original sketches could not be pulled into alignment with the current
geography. But overall the old map is dense and informative, and the
vast majority of details are geographically close, if not exact.

Even if the map seems rough at first glance, a careful review will give
generous rewards. Like most field sketches, this map of Stanislawow
labels the buildings and fields with the house numbers of the property
owners, which means that anyone who has vital records >from the
period can directly locate family houses and land without needing
property records as an intermediary tool. As a bonus, outside the
dense city center, many land parcels are annotated with the
landowners' names, so no other records are needed to directly identify
family properties. This benefit works for anyone with ancestry in the
city and its suburbs: Jewish, Ukrainian, Polish, etc.

Like some other large urban areas in Galicia, Stanislawow was divided
into numbered business and residential districts; the sketch does not
indicate these clearly, so it's easy to be confused when looking for
specific house numbers >from vital records and other data. The district
numbering for the city is generally indicated on a street map in the
GG Map Room:

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/general/ivano-frankivsk-stanislawow-1941/

...and on several of the maps >from the excellent collection in the Urban
Maps Digital project of the Center for Urban History of East Central
Europe, in Lviv:

http://www.lvivcenter.org/en/umd/location/ivano-frankivsk/

This historic paper map is preserved by the Central State Historical
Archives of Ukraine in Lviv (TsDIAL):
http://www.archives.gov.ua/Eng/Archives/ca04.php

The GG Map Room home page: https://maps.geshergalicia.org/

Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia Digital Map Manager
Lviv, Ukraine
maps@geshergalicia.org


Re: emigration from the US #ukraine

Sarah L Meyer
 

Henry, Unfortunately those records don't generally exist or if they do, they
are not readily available. If the person left the US and went to the UK
first and then back to Poland, the Ukraine etc, then there would be
immigration records of people arriving in the UK. But short of going to
England first, it is my understanding that these records generally do not
exist.
Sarah
-

Subject: Re: Immigration to USA
From: henrygruder@hotmail.com
Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 14:49:36 +0000

I am struggling with a non-typical issue of re-emigration >from USA. Some of
my ancestors in late XIX century arrived >from Ukraine to NY. I know that my
grandfather returned back to Ukraine, since my Mom was born there in the
early XX century, but what about the other family members? Did they return
as well? Ellis Island manifestos of immigrants ARRIVING are available. What
about those returning? Did anybody encounter such an information?
I really appreciate any help,

Henry Gruder,
Ottawa
Investigating families of: LITWAK (LITVAK), DASHEV (ADASHEV), LOYEV, GRUDER,
DANCHES, KANDEL, ZELNIK, all >from Ukraine and Poland.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: emigration from the US #ukraine

Sarah L Meyer
 

Henry, Unfortunately those records don't generally exist or if they do, they
are not readily available. If the person left the US and went to the UK
first and then back to Poland, the Ukraine etc, then there would be
immigration records of people arriving in the UK. But short of going to
England first, it is my understanding that these records generally do not
exist.
Sarah
-

Subject: Re: Immigration to USA
From: henrygruder@hotmail.com
Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 14:49:36 +0000

I am struggling with a non-typical issue of re-emigration >from USA. Some of
my ancestors in late XIX century arrived >from Ukraine to NY. I know that my
grandfather returned back to Ukraine, since my Mom was born there in the
early XX century, but what about the other family members? Did they return
as well? Ellis Island manifestos of immigrants ARRIVING are available. What
about those returning? Did anybody encounter such an information?
I really appreciate any help,

Henry Gruder,
Ottawa
Investigating families of: LITWAK (LITVAK), DASHEV (ADASHEV), LOYEV, GRUDER,
DANCHES, KANDEL, ZELNIK, all >from Ukraine and Poland.


Re: ukraine digest: October 20, 2018 #ukraine

Phyllis Kramer
 

Just to set the record straight...when an immigrant's entry on a
manifest is crossed out, it means that the immigrant did not get on
that steamship. Depending on which index you view, the name may be
listed anyway.

Major steamship lines completed the manifests in advance, but if the
immigrant did not board the ship he was intended to it was typically
because of medical issues with himself or his family.

Once an immigrant arrived, if he did not meet US requirements he could
be deported. In that case there would be an entry by his name.

One of the best resources is Marian Smith's Manifest Markings - A
Guide to Interpreting Passenger List Notations, an infofile, here:
https://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/Manifests/

Happy Hunting
Phyllis Kramer, New York City, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc: https://www.JewishGen.org/education

Researching (all Galicia) ...KRAMER, BEIM >from Jasienica Rosielna
...SCHEINER, KANDEL >from Strzyzow & Dubiecko ...LINDNER, EICHEL from
Rohatyn, Burstyn ...STECHER, TRACHMAN >from Nowy Zmigrod, Dukla
family web site: https://KehilaLinks.JewishGen.org/Krosno/Kramer.htm


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: ukraine digest: October 20, 2018 #ukraine

Phyllis Kramer
 

Just to set the record straight...when an immigrant's entry on a
manifest is crossed out, it means that the immigrant did not get on
that steamship. Depending on which index you view, the name may be
listed anyway.

Major steamship lines completed the manifests in advance, but if the
immigrant did not board the ship he was intended to it was typically
because of medical issues with himself or his family.

Once an immigrant arrived, if he did not meet US requirements he could
be deported. In that case there would be an entry by his name.

One of the best resources is Marian Smith's Manifest Markings - A
Guide to Interpreting Passenger List Notations, an infofile, here:
https://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/Manifests/

Happy Hunting
Phyllis Kramer, New York City, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc: https://www.JewishGen.org/education

Researching (all Galicia) ...KRAMER, BEIM >from Jasienica Rosielna
...SCHEINER, KANDEL >from Strzyzow & Dubiecko ...LINDNER, EICHEL from
Rohatyn, Burstyn ...STECHER, TRACHMAN >from Nowy Zmigrod, Dukla
family web site: https://KehilaLinks.JewishGen.org/Krosno/Kramer.htm


Re: Immigration (and re-immigration) to USA #ukraine

swerner@...
 

Records were not kept of people leaving the USA, nor have I ever been
successful in finding records of people arriving in European countries from
the US.

There are two things I've found useful that may help in your case:

1) If your grandfather became a US citizen before he returned to the
Ukraine, he would have applied for a passport. His passport application may
give more application as to the reason for his return, how long he intended
to stay, etc.

2) If your grandfather returned to the States before 1925 and went through
Ellis Island, he would have been asked if he'd been in the States previously
and if so, for what period.

Good luck!

SarahRose Werner
Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
RABINOWITZ: Chepovichi


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Immigration (and re-immigration) to USA #ukraine

swerner@...
 

Records were not kept of people leaving the USA, nor have I ever been
successful in finding records of people arriving in European countries from
the US.

There are two things I've found useful that may help in your case:

1) If your grandfather became a US citizen before he returned to the
Ukraine, he would have applied for a passport. His passport application may
give more application as to the reason for his return, how long he intended
to stay, etc.

2) If your grandfather returned to the States before 1925 and went through
Ellis Island, he would have been asked if he'd been in the States previously
and if so, for what period.

Good luck!

SarahRose Werner
Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
RABINOWITZ: Chepovichi


Re: ukraine digest: October 20, 2018 #ukraine

Sally Bruckheimer
 

People crossed out on passenger lists missed the sailing. They didn't
arrive in the US on that ship at all but usually took another ship at
a slightly later time.

Sally Bruckheimer
Princeton, NJ

"Sometimes (as in the case of my great-grandmother), the immigrants
arrives in New York, but had some medical or financial issue, and were
crossed off the list. The crossed out entries have been micofilmed but
not indexed. My family ended up going to relatives in Canada, and
eventually entered the U.S. by train through St. Albans"


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: ukraine digest: October 20, 2018 #ukraine

Sally Bruckheimer
 

People crossed out on passenger lists missed the sailing. They didn't
arrive in the US on that ship at all but usually took another ship at
a slightly later time.

Sally Bruckheimer
Princeton, NJ

"Sometimes (as in the case of my great-grandmother), the immigrants
arrives in New York, but had some medical or financial issue, and were
crossed off the list. The crossed out entries have been micofilmed but
not indexed. My family ended up going to relatives in Canada, and
eventually entered the U.S. by train through St. Albans"


Searching KABAKOV #general

David Goldman
 

Greetings, Jewishgenners. Additional research has yielded the names of the
siblings I didn't know about before of my great-grandmother, Leah Kabakov
Shapiro (1865-1935). Perhaps there are people out there who are descended
from them. I know about descendants of Leah's siblings Ethel and Moshe.
Other siblings were Liba, Bunya, Kushel, Vita, Yossel and Shmerlo.
They were all the children of Avraham and Pessya Kabakov who lived in
Kanichi on the border today of Belarus with Russia, but the parents
originated apparently in Igumen.

Also, I assume Kushel = Yekusiel, Shmerlo = Shmaryahu, Vita = ?? and Bunya =
[I was told it is a Yiddish form of TOVA, though possibly with a Spanish
connection to Buena, but what about the male name "Bunim"]. Perhaps Vita =
Chaim [Life/Vida]
I am beginning to think that the Kabakovs had originally been Sephardim
either >from Spain or the Turkish empire who moved into the Belarus area.
However, this did not show up in my FTDNA or Ancestry test, which I would
think it should have!

Thanks,
David Goldman
NYC

MODERATOR NOTE: Only surnames should be written in all uppercase letters. First
names and places should be typed in normal title case.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching KABAKOV #general

David Goldman
 

Greetings, Jewishgenners. Additional research has yielded the names of the
siblings I didn't know about before of my great-grandmother, Leah Kabakov
Shapiro (1865-1935). Perhaps there are people out there who are descended
from them. I know about descendants of Leah's siblings Ethel and Moshe.
Other siblings were Liba, Bunya, Kushel, Vita, Yossel and Shmerlo.
They were all the children of Avraham and Pessya Kabakov who lived in
Kanichi on the border today of Belarus with Russia, but the parents
originated apparently in Igumen.

Also, I assume Kushel = Yekusiel, Shmerlo = Shmaryahu, Vita = ?? and Bunya =
[I was told it is a Yiddish form of TOVA, though possibly with a Spanish
connection to Buena, but what about the male name "Bunim"]. Perhaps Vita =
Chaim [Life/Vida]
I am beginning to think that the Kabakovs had originally been Sephardim
either >from Spain or the Turkish empire who moved into the Belarus area.
However, this did not show up in my FTDNA or Ancestry test, which I would
think it should have!

Thanks,
David Goldman
NYC

MODERATOR NOTE: Only surnames should be written in all uppercase letters. First
names and places should be typed in normal title case.


Re: Searching for Shliome Yankel GOROSH in U.S. #general

Phyllis Kramer
 

Rochelle Gershenow posted...
"Shlioma Yankel Gorosh was born in 1880 in Latvia. He lived with his parents
and siblings in Rezhitza (now Rezekne), Latvia. On July 15, 1902,
Shlioma and his wife, Genesa, arrived in New York......to brother in
law? Berl Brucker. I have tried, with no success, to find Shlioma and
his wife beyond the ship manifest. Since I don't know what first name he
adopted in the U.S. I searched on his surname, Gorosh, and variations of the
name. Any help or suggestions would be welcome."

I expect the name was Americanized...and presents many possibilities...I began
looking for Sam/samuel Gr*h in New York, born circa 1880 in Russia. Found these:
1920census: Sam GRESUCH 33 (1886) alien, immigrated 1907, painter,
with Rose and children. One clue is that BIL Ben Brucker is also a
painter, living in Brooklyn.
1930census:a second possibility is Sam and Fanny GRUSH in 1930 Bronx,
immigrated 1900 naturalized; Sam is 50 (born 1880) Russian.
Also found
1930census Samuel GRATCH 51(1879)Russia immigrated 1902, undertaker
and Ida Gratch; also a naturalization for this couple: Sam Gratch,
born April 1879Russia, immigrated 1901New York, naturalized 1906 in
Chicago. In 1921 daughter Mollie married Arthur Mandel.

All are worth following up on...especially looking for the tombstones
for their Hebrew names...and while you are doing that, have you
contacted the 'genner on JewishGen's Family Finder... Gerosh from
Rezekne...

Happy Hunting
Phyllis Kramer, New York City, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc: https://www.JewishGen.org/education
Researching (all Galicia) ...KRAMER, BEIM >from Jasienica Rosielna
...SCHEINER, KANDEL >from Strzyzow & Dubiecko ...LINDNER, EICHEL from
Rohatyn, Burstyn ...STECHER, TRACHMAN >from Nowy Zmigrod, Dukla
family web site: https://KehilaLinks.JewishGen.org/Krosno/Kramer.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: Searching for Shliome Yankel GOROSH in U.S. #general

Phyllis Kramer
 

Rochelle Gershenow posted...
"Shlioma Yankel Gorosh was born in 1880 in Latvia. He lived with his parents
and siblings in Rezhitza (now Rezekne), Latvia. On July 15, 1902,
Shlioma and his wife, Genesa, arrived in New York......to brother in
law? Berl Brucker. I have tried, with no success, to find Shlioma and
his wife beyond the ship manifest. Since I don't know what first name he
adopted in the U.S. I searched on his surname, Gorosh, and variations of the
name. Any help or suggestions would be welcome."

I expect the name was Americanized...and presents many possibilities...I began
looking for Sam/samuel Gr*h in New York, born circa 1880 in Russia. Found these:
1920census: Sam GRESUCH 33 (1886) alien, immigrated 1907, painter,
with Rose and children. One clue is that BIL Ben Brucker is also a
painter, living in Brooklyn.
1930census:a second possibility is Sam and Fanny GRUSH in 1930 Bronx,
immigrated 1900 naturalized; Sam is 50 (born 1880) Russian.
Also found
1930census Samuel GRATCH 51(1879)Russia immigrated 1902, undertaker
and Ida Gratch; also a naturalization for this couple: Sam Gratch,
born April 1879Russia, immigrated 1901New York, naturalized 1906 in
Chicago. In 1921 daughter Mollie married Arthur Mandel.

All are worth following up on...especially looking for the tombstones
for their Hebrew names...and while you are doing that, have you
contacted the 'genner on JewishGen's Family Finder... Gerosh from
Rezekne...

Happy Hunting
Phyllis Kramer, New York City, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc: https://www.JewishGen.org/education
Researching (all Galicia) ...KRAMER, BEIM >from Jasienica Rosielna
...SCHEINER, KANDEL >from Strzyzow & Dubiecko ...LINDNER, EICHEL from
Rohatyn, Burstyn ...STECHER, TRACHMAN >from Nowy Zmigrod, Dukla
family web site: https://KehilaLinks.JewishGen.org/Krosno/Kramer.htm

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