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East-European maps for 1720-1950 #general

RonatuF
 

I would like to introduce the Jewish Gen community with the series of
East-European maps for 1720-1950. I created them and put on my websites
(see below). On site just look for maps of the Pale.

You will see the changes of borders in entire Eastern-European region
for over two centuries.

Additionally, I marked some famous "Russian" cities on the above maps.
Hope you find this information helpful for your family tree research.

Please let me know of any problems or questions with the new material.

Sincerely yours,
Roman Tunkel
Arlington, MA
ronatuf@yahoo.com

http://tunkelfamilysite.com
http://tunkelfamilysite.fortunecity.com

Searching for TUNKEL - TOONKEL WORLDWIDE and
TSERUSHKIN or TSORUSHKIN (appr.1850-1880)
NEMERZEL' (appr. 1880-1920)
ERENBURG (appr. 1890-1930)
VOLKOV (appr.1900-1920)
RABKIN (appr. 1900-1930)
FRID (appr. 1910-1940)

MODERATOR NOTE: Direct link to the maps is :
http://tunkelfamilysite.com/europian_maps.html


Feldheim-Leff Marriage Cert. #general

Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
 

Hello Genners,

I have in my possession a marriage certificate {I ordered by error}.
It was Bronx Certificate in 15 January, 1923 for Samuel Feldheim and
Frieda Leff occurring at 1528 Minford Place. If you want the certified
copy free, please contact me privately.

Burt Hecht
Researcher #52252


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen East-European maps for 1720-1950 #general

RonatuF
 

I would like to introduce the Jewish Gen community with the series of
East-European maps for 1720-1950. I created them and put on my websites
(see below). On site just look for maps of the Pale.

You will see the changes of borders in entire Eastern-European region
for over two centuries.

Additionally, I marked some famous "Russian" cities on the above maps.
Hope you find this information helpful for your family tree research.

Please let me know of any problems or questions with the new material.

Sincerely yours,
Roman Tunkel
Arlington, MA
ronatuf@yahoo.com

http://tunkelfamilysite.com
http://tunkelfamilysite.fortunecity.com

Searching for TUNKEL - TOONKEL WORLDWIDE and
TSERUSHKIN or TSORUSHKIN (appr.1850-1880)
NEMERZEL' (appr. 1880-1920)
ERENBURG (appr. 1890-1930)
VOLKOV (appr.1900-1920)
RABKIN (appr. 1900-1930)
FRID (appr. 1910-1940)

MODERATOR NOTE: Direct link to the maps is :
http://tunkelfamilysite.com/europian_maps.html


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Feldheim-Leff Marriage Cert. #general

Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
 

Hello Genners,

I have in my possession a marriage certificate {I ordered by error}.
It was Bronx Certificate in 15 January, 1923 for Samuel Feldheim and
Frieda Leff occurring at 1528 Minford Place. If you want the certified
copy free, please contact me privately.

Burt Hecht
Researcher #52252


Re: Finding an address in pre-war Warsaw #general

Mike Glazer <glazer@...>
 

Both these streets are still there but completely rebuilt.

Mike Glazer

I have maps of Warsaw and can look to see if these streets are still
listed by the same name; if you want me to do that, drop me a line. If
the addresses are in the area of the former ghetto, of course, they
are either gone or likely have been renamed, but I think I remember
these names.
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel


"Kollel Galicia" #general

Israel P
 

As has been mentioned here before, the offices of Kollel Hibat Zion (120
Mea Shearin Street, Jerusalem) hold handwritten records of collections in
Galician towns and cities to help support the Galicianers living in
Jerusalem. These files are for the years ~1925-1938, earlier files
having been lost when the Old City fell.

The records of the collections are in two metal filing cabinets and are
arranged in eighty-three loose leaf folders in alphabetical order (Hebrew
letters). The purpose of this post is to advise that the list of
communties is now online at http://www.pikholz.org/KGal/Cabinet.html ,
with my best efforts at giving the town names in Latin letters. I am
quite sure that this can be improved upon but I would really appreciate
it if corrections were limited to certainties, not guesses. (We
already have enough of those.)

The actual records, which sometimes reflect several collections each
year, do not tell much more than the fact that a particular person lived in a
particular town in a particular year (and how much he contributed), but
there is additional information in some cases.

The records are generally in Hebrew, but at least a few years of Jaroslav
collections (and maybe others as well) have the names in Latin letters.

As Jacob Rosen said to me earlier this evening, "there is an ocean of
material there" and it is not realistic to think that much can be gained
from a casual lookup.
Although the kollel is a private organization and these files are not
public property, they are quite good about letting people come in and
look through them, although anyone doing so should be aware of their
sensibilities. And a contribution to the kollel is in order for anyone
spending significant time there.

Their definition of Galicia is somewhat different >from ours, as it does
not include an arc of communities >from Buczacz to Skalat in the
southeastern corner of East Galicia. The files also include Karlsbad,
which while not being in Galicia, certainly had transient and/or ex-
patriate communities which would have supported the brethren in the Holy
Land. Files 84-85 include contributions >from German communities and that
list too is linked >from the above URL, with translation. (There seem to
be no such records >from the largest ex-patriate community in Europe -
Vienna.)

The kollel office also has journals with records of disbursements to
Galicianers in Jerusalem going well back into the 1800's and some burial
records which they say are not in the records of the Hassidic Burial
society.

Israel Pickholtz


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Finding an address in pre-war Warsaw #general

Mike Glazer <glazer@...>
 

Both these streets are still there but completely rebuilt.

Mike Glazer

I have maps of Warsaw and can look to see if these streets are still
listed by the same name; if you want me to do that, drop me a line. If
the addresses are in the area of the former ghetto, of course, they
are either gone or likely have been renamed, but I think I remember
these names.
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen "Kollel Galicia" #general

Israel P
 

As has been mentioned here before, the offices of Kollel Hibat Zion (120
Mea Shearin Street, Jerusalem) hold handwritten records of collections in
Galician towns and cities to help support the Galicianers living in
Jerusalem. These files are for the years ~1925-1938, earlier files
having been lost when the Old City fell.

The records of the collections are in two metal filing cabinets and are
arranged in eighty-three loose leaf folders in alphabetical order (Hebrew
letters). The purpose of this post is to advise that the list of
communties is now online at http://www.pikholz.org/KGal/Cabinet.html ,
with my best efforts at giving the town names in Latin letters. I am
quite sure that this can be improved upon but I would really appreciate
it if corrections were limited to certainties, not guesses. (We
already have enough of those.)

The actual records, which sometimes reflect several collections each
year, do not tell much more than the fact that a particular person lived in a
particular town in a particular year (and how much he contributed), but
there is additional information in some cases.

The records are generally in Hebrew, but at least a few years of Jaroslav
collections (and maybe others as well) have the names in Latin letters.

As Jacob Rosen said to me earlier this evening, "there is an ocean of
material there" and it is not realistic to think that much can be gained
from a casual lookup.
Although the kollel is a private organization and these files are not
public property, they are quite good about letting people come in and
look through them, although anyone doing so should be aware of their
sensibilities. And a contribution to the kollel is in order for anyone
spending significant time there.

Their definition of Galicia is somewhat different >from ours, as it does
not include an arc of communities >from Buczacz to Skalat in the
southeastern corner of East Galicia. The files also include Karlsbad,
which while not being in Galicia, certainly had transient and/or ex-
patriate communities which would have supported the brethren in the Holy
Land. Files 84-85 include contributions >from German communities and that
list too is linked >from the above URL, with translation. (There seem to
be no such records >from the largest ex-patriate community in Europe -
Vienna.)

The kollel office also has journals with records of disbursements to
Galicianers in Jerusalem going well back into the 1800's and some burial
records which they say are not in the records of the Hassidic Burial
society.

Israel Pickholtz


NULMAN Family #general

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

I would greatly appreciate hearing >from anyone who is researching the NULMAN
family originally >from Fastov and Kiev. Family members might have emigrated
to Providence, RI; Fall River, MA; Montreal; France; Poland; Argentina or
Israel to name just the known places.
Please respond privately.
Thank you.

Linda Silverman Shefler
Cary, NC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen NULMAN Family #general

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

I would greatly appreciate hearing >from anyone who is researching the NULMAN
family originally >from Fastov and Kiev. Family members might have emigrated
to Providence, RI; Fall River, MA; Montreal; France; Poland; Argentina or
Israel to name just the known places.
Please respond privately.
Thank you.

Linda Silverman Shefler
Cary, NC


Fw: search before posting...telephone numbers #general

Lisa Lepore <llepore@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Howie Axelrod <highwind1@comcast.net>
Need tel # of Conrad L. Lohoefer in Visalia, CA. Can anyone assist.

From: "Yehudh bn Shlmo" <ybs1207@yahoo.com>

There was a lot of sites mentioned in several postings although I didn't see
my favorite, the online SBC White and Yellow pages mentioned. But did anyone
try any of these sites to look up the person mentioned below. I tried three of
them including SBC with no results. I found it on a commercial site and sent it
to Howie last week, but have not received any confirmation if the number and
address is correct. If someone can find this person in Visalia at a free
site, please post?

Yehudah ben Shlomo
U.S.A.
I think I found Conrad at a free site, and here's how I did it -

Go to www.google.com enter this information in the search box
Conrad L. Lohoefer, visalia, california

You will get 2 phone numbers for Conrad. Neither one has an address.

Now, if you take the first phone number, and put it in the google search box,
you will find a hit for the Amarillo High School 50th Alumni Association

The main link there is not operational, but if you click on the link marked
cached it will bring you to the page that google saved at some point in time.

Scroll down that page until you find the phone number, and you will see it is
listed to a female Lohoefer. There is a street address listed here, as well
as this phone number, located in Visalia, CA This street address is the same
as the one I found on a commercial website - probably the same that Yehudah
turned up.

The second phone number did not yield the same kind of results for me.

Further, if you enter only "Conrad L. Lohoefer" in the google search box, the
first link brings up the guest book for the 91st bomb group. There is a message
there >from a Ben Lohoefer, son of Conrad L. Lohoefer. The son has his email
address listed there. If Howie knows that Conrad was in the military, maybe this
is the right man.

I went back and searched this group again -

Take a look at this site -
http://www.91stbombgroup.com/gbook20.html

A messager >from Conrad himself, email address included.

I really hope this is the right man.

I'm sure Howie is aware he could call information - maybe he did,
and maybe all the above information is now outdated.I hope not,

Lisa
Massachusetts


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Fw: search before posting...telephone numbers #general

Lisa Lepore <llepore@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Howie Axelrod <highwind1@comcast.net>
Need tel # of Conrad L. Lohoefer in Visalia, CA. Can anyone assist.

From: "Yehudh bn Shlmo" <ybs1207@yahoo.com>

There was a lot of sites mentioned in several postings although I didn't see
my favorite, the online SBC White and Yellow pages mentioned. But did anyone
try any of these sites to look up the person mentioned below. I tried three of
them including SBC with no results. I found it on a commercial site and sent it
to Howie last week, but have not received any confirmation if the number and
address is correct. If someone can find this person in Visalia at a free
site, please post?

Yehudah ben Shlomo
U.S.A.
I think I found Conrad at a free site, and here's how I did it -

Go to www.google.com enter this information in the search box
Conrad L. Lohoefer, visalia, california

You will get 2 phone numbers for Conrad. Neither one has an address.

Now, if you take the first phone number, and put it in the google search box,
you will find a hit for the Amarillo High School 50th Alumni Association

The main link there is not operational, but if you click on the link marked
cached it will bring you to the page that google saved at some point in time.

Scroll down that page until you find the phone number, and you will see it is
listed to a female Lohoefer. There is a street address listed here, as well
as this phone number, located in Visalia, CA This street address is the same
as the one I found on a commercial website - probably the same that Yehudah
turned up.

The second phone number did not yield the same kind of results for me.

Further, if you enter only "Conrad L. Lohoefer" in the google search box, the
first link brings up the guest book for the 91st bomb group. There is a message
there >from a Ben Lohoefer, son of Conrad L. Lohoefer. The son has his email
address listed there. If Howie knows that Conrad was in the military, maybe this
is the right man.

I went back and searched this group again -

Take a look at this site -
http://www.91stbombgroup.com/gbook20.html

A messager >from Conrad himself, email address included.

I really hope this is the right man.

I'm sure Howie is aware he could call information - maybe he did,
and maybe all the above information is now outdated.I hope not,

Lisa
Massachusetts


TAYLOR Family, London or Brighton early 1900's #unitedkingdom

Lavernemarkart@...
 

My husband's grandfather emigrated to the U.S. about 1911 and settled in the
Brooklyn area of New York. His name was Ernest Emmanuel Saunders and
according to his World War I draft registration, he was born 9 Sep 1890 in Kelem,
Kovna, Russia. My late mother-in-law (an only child) told many tall tales
about her father, so it is difficult to separate fact >from fiction including
figuring out the "real" family name. According to her, his family went by the
name of TAYLOR in England. As the story goes, her father (Ernest) was one of 7
"Taylor boys" who were quite rowdy and prone to getting into difficulties.
One of these events supposedly involved some legal problems and is what led her
father to leave England for America and to change his name to Saunders.

Ernest married Celia Finkelstein in Brookyn, New York in 1923 and their only
child, daughter Anna Mae, was born 1925. Ann married 3 times and had 2 sons
and one daughter. She had always insisted that her father was Protestant
English and born in England - but U.S. census and other records show that not only
was Ernest Jewish, but his birthplace was Russia, not the U.K.

Before her death in 1999, she gave me the following family information for
Ernest:

Parents: Isiah and Hannah/Anna TAYLOR
Ernest Emmanuel, b. 9 Sep 1890
John/Johnny
Anna/Hanna
Lawrence
Derek
Clyde
Ethan
James

Supposedly, the family owned a fish & chips shop in London (she thought) or
Brighton. She also said that the family name was Taylor and we know for a fact
that at least one brother had the surname of Taylor because my husband
vividly remembers a visit >from "Uncle Johnny" Taylor in New York early 1960's. No
one has a clue why Ernest selected the surname Saunders, though my
mother-in-law suggested that perhaps it was his mother's maiden name - but then, she also
insisted that he wasn't Jewish and he was born in London, so who knows?

According to the only census in which I can find him, Ernest came to America
in 1911. I can find no record of an Ernest Saunders or Ernest Taylor in the
Ellis Island passenger lists, so either he used another surname or he came to
New York through another port, or possibly Canada.

Aside >from the fact that the family had a fish & chips shop, the only other
"tidbit" that I was told was that the 7 boys had a keen interest in horses and
raced them all over England & Ireland. Ernest and his wife (Celia
Finkelstein) loved horse racing and ended up working at race tracks in the eastern
United States until their retirements.

I have not been able to find any of the family listed as TAYLOR in the 1901
census index. It is possible that their name at that time was not Taylor, or
that they had not yet left Russia for the U.K..

My husband was a young teenager when Uncle Johnny visited in the early 1960's
and not much interested or paying attention to family "stuff", but he does
have a vague recollection that someone mentioned his grandfather having several
nieces & nephews in England. Apparently neither my mother-in-law nor her
mother kept in touch with the Taylors after Ernest's death so I have no clue where
to start looking for relatives.

Ernest had only 3 grandchildren - my husband, his younger brother and an
older half-sister. The sister (deceased 2003) had a daughter who went to London
to study and ended up remaining in England where she married, had a child, and
is now pursuing her doctorate degree. As a young wife, mother and student,
she doesn't have much spare time for doing genealogy research, though she has
always had a keen interest in learning more about her family history. I would
dearly love to help her find a family for her great grandfather, Ernest.

LaVerne Markart
Georgia, U.S.A.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom TAYLOR Family, London or Brighton early 1900's #unitedkingdom

Lavernemarkart@...
 

My husband's grandfather emigrated to the U.S. about 1911 and settled in the
Brooklyn area of New York. His name was Ernest Emmanuel Saunders and
according to his World War I draft registration, he was born 9 Sep 1890 in Kelem,
Kovna, Russia. My late mother-in-law (an only child) told many tall tales
about her father, so it is difficult to separate fact >from fiction including
figuring out the "real" family name. According to her, his family went by the
name of TAYLOR in England. As the story goes, her father (Ernest) was one of 7
"Taylor boys" who were quite rowdy and prone to getting into difficulties.
One of these events supposedly involved some legal problems and is what led her
father to leave England for America and to change his name to Saunders.

Ernest married Celia Finkelstein in Brookyn, New York in 1923 and their only
child, daughter Anna Mae, was born 1925. Ann married 3 times and had 2 sons
and one daughter. She had always insisted that her father was Protestant
English and born in England - but U.S. census and other records show that not only
was Ernest Jewish, but his birthplace was Russia, not the U.K.

Before her death in 1999, she gave me the following family information for
Ernest:

Parents: Isiah and Hannah/Anna TAYLOR
Ernest Emmanuel, b. 9 Sep 1890
John/Johnny
Anna/Hanna
Lawrence
Derek
Clyde
Ethan
James

Supposedly, the family owned a fish & chips shop in London (she thought) or
Brighton. She also said that the family name was Taylor and we know for a fact
that at least one brother had the surname of Taylor because my husband
vividly remembers a visit >from "Uncle Johnny" Taylor in New York early 1960's. No
one has a clue why Ernest selected the surname Saunders, though my
mother-in-law suggested that perhaps it was his mother's maiden name - but then, she also
insisted that he wasn't Jewish and he was born in London, so who knows?

According to the only census in which I can find him, Ernest came to America
in 1911. I can find no record of an Ernest Saunders or Ernest Taylor in the
Ellis Island passenger lists, so either he used another surname or he came to
New York through another port, or possibly Canada.

Aside >from the fact that the family had a fish & chips shop, the only other
"tidbit" that I was told was that the 7 boys had a keen interest in horses and
raced them all over England & Ireland. Ernest and his wife (Celia
Finkelstein) loved horse racing and ended up working at race tracks in the eastern
United States until their retirements.

I have not been able to find any of the family listed as TAYLOR in the 1901
census index. It is possible that their name at that time was not Taylor, or
that they had not yet left Russia for the U.K..

My husband was a young teenager when Uncle Johnny visited in the early 1960's
and not much interested or paying attention to family "stuff", but he does
have a vague recollection that someone mentioned his grandfather having several
nieces & nephews in England. Apparently neither my mother-in-law nor her
mother kept in touch with the Taylors after Ernest's death so I have no clue where
to start looking for relatives.

Ernest had only 3 grandchildren - my husband, his younger brother and an
older half-sister. The sister (deceased 2003) had a daughter who went to London
to study and ended up remaining in England where she married, had a child, and
is now pursuing her doctorate degree. As a young wife, mother and student,
she doesn't have much spare time for doing genealogy research, though she has
always had a keen interest in learning more about her family history. I would
dearly love to help her find a family for her great grandfather, Ernest.

LaVerne Markart
Georgia, U.S.A.


Looking for MAOZ Family in Tel-Aviv area (help with phone number) #belarus

Darren Dalcher <D.Dalcher@...>
 

I am trying to trace the children (or grandchildren) of Zelda (nee
BANKOWSKI) and Arie (Leibel) MIZEL in Israel. The family was originally
from Pinsk and settled in Tel-Aviv in Rechov Dubnov[exact address deleted].
Zelda was the first cousin of my grandfather Raphael BANKOWSKI.

I believe that both Zelda and Arie have now passed away and that the
family changed its surname to MAOZ. Their children may still be based in
the Tel-Aviv area (I hope) and I would appreciate help in looking up
their telephone numbers. There were three children Shlomo, Yaakov and
Sara (who also got married). If any one knows of their whereabouts or is
able to provide a current telephone number for any of the children I
would be most grateful.

Many thanks,

Darren

--
Dr. Darren Dalcher (d.dalcher@mdx.ac.uk)

Researching: DALCHER/DOLCHER(Zamosc, Tarnogrod), SZTEINWORCEL
(Tomaszow-Lubelski), SZTERN (Krasnystaw), MAJMAN (Szczebrzeszyn),
LEDERMAN (Tarnogord)
Pinsk: BANKOWSKI, GINZBURG, SHLACKMAN, WASSERMAN


Belarus SIG #Belarus Looking for MAOZ Family in Tel-Aviv area (help with phone number) #belarus

Darren Dalcher <D.Dalcher@...>
 

I am trying to trace the children (or grandchildren) of Zelda (nee
BANKOWSKI) and Arie (Leibel) MIZEL in Israel. The family was originally
from Pinsk and settled in Tel-Aviv in Rechov Dubnov[exact address deleted].
Zelda was the first cousin of my grandfather Raphael BANKOWSKI.

I believe that both Zelda and Arie have now passed away and that the
family changed its surname to MAOZ. Their children may still be based in
the Tel-Aviv area (I hope) and I would appreciate help in looking up
their telephone numbers. There were three children Shlomo, Yaakov and
Sara (who also got married). If any one knows of their whereabouts or is
able to provide a current telephone number for any of the children I
would be most grateful.

Many thanks,

Darren

--
Dr. Darren Dalcher (d.dalcher@mdx.ac.uk)

Researching: DALCHER/DOLCHER(Zamosc, Tarnogrod), SZTEINWORCEL
(Tomaszow-Lubelski), SZTERN (Krasnystaw), MAJMAN (Szczebrzeszyn),
LEDERMAN (Tarnogord)
Pinsk: BANKOWSKI, GINZBURG, SHLACKMAN, WASSERMAN


Re: Leivik - a Hebrew name? #general

Judith Romney Wegner
 

Stan Goodman wrote:

We have discussed many times that the names immigrants took in
English-speaking countries have no necessary correspondents with their
birthnames in Yiddish, Hebrew, or other languages. That would apply to
"Leo" (above) as well.
Dear Stan,

While it is true as a general proposition that English names adopted
by Jews have no *necessary* correspondence to their Hebrew names, it
is certainly not true in this particular case, since we know (a) that
the man's "English" name was Leo and (b) that his Yiddish name was
Leibl. Since Leo and Leib both mean lion (in Latin and Yiddish
respectively) it is obvious that this was not pure coincidence.

As it happens, my husband's father was named Juda-Leib (Leib was
rendered Lew and pronounced Lev in Polish documents) and he was known
as Leo in Vienna. The family were well educated secular Jews, who
certainly knew that Leo and Leib meant the same thing!

Not only that, but the combination Juda-Leib (which is almost always
the case with a man named Leib) is no accident either. It is the
Yiddish rendering of the Hebrew names Yehudah-Aryeh, which comes >from
the biblical expression gur aryeh Yehudah ("Judah is a lion's whelp)
in Genesis 49:9. Need I say more?

Judith Romney Wegner


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Leivik - a Hebrew name? #general

Judith Romney Wegner
 

Stan Goodman wrote:

We have discussed many times that the names immigrants took in
English-speaking countries have no necessary correspondents with their
birthnames in Yiddish, Hebrew, or other languages. That would apply to
"Leo" (above) as well.
Dear Stan,

While it is true as a general proposition that English names adopted
by Jews have no *necessary* correspondence to their Hebrew names, it
is certainly not true in this particular case, since we know (a) that
the man's "English" name was Leo and (b) that his Yiddish name was
Leibl. Since Leo and Leib both mean lion (in Latin and Yiddish
respectively) it is obvious that this was not pure coincidence.

As it happens, my husband's father was named Juda-Leib (Leib was
rendered Lew and pronounced Lev in Polish documents) and he was known
as Leo in Vienna. The family were well educated secular Jews, who
certainly knew that Leo and Leib meant the same thing!

Not only that, but the combination Juda-Leib (which is almost always
the case with a man named Leib) is no accident either. It is the
Yiddish rendering of the Hebrew names Yehudah-Aryeh, which comes >from
the biblical expression gur aryeh Yehudah ("Judah is a lion's whelp)
in Genesis 49:9. Need I say more?

Judith Romney Wegner


SUBACIUS #lithuania

Beryl. B <balden@...>
 

In searching on the web, and of course Jewishgen ShtetlSeeker,
the only information I can find for SUBACIUS, also known as
Subocz; Suboch; Subachyus plus a few other names,
all that comes up is the distance >from Vilnius plus Coordinates
and maps.

Am looking for more detailed information on this Shtetl.
If anyone who has already searched, or is researching
this Shtetl has more information, could you please
be so kind as to advise me to which website I must turn.

Many thanks

Beryl Baleson
Israel.
balden@zahav.net.il


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania SUBACIUS #lithuania

Beryl. B <balden@...>
 

In searching on the web, and of course Jewishgen ShtetlSeeker,
the only information I can find for SUBACIUS, also known as
Subocz; Suboch; Subachyus plus a few other names,
all that comes up is the distance >from Vilnius plus Coordinates
and maps.

Am looking for more detailed information on this Shtetl.
If anyone who has already searched, or is researching
this Shtetl has more information, could you please
be so kind as to advise me to which website I must turn.

Many thanks

Beryl Baleson
Israel.
balden@zahav.net.il