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Re: Seeking Death Place For Isadore Rakoff-New Montefiore Cemetery-6/14/1938 #general

bxzi@...
 

Hello To All

I am trying to get a death record for a great-great-uncle of mine, but
am having trouble. His name was Isadore RAKOFF. He was brother to my
great-grandfather David RAKOFF. I have found out that Isadore is buried
along with his son in New Montefiore Cemetery in Suffolk County New
York. I also have his date of death provided by the
cemetery(6/14/1938), But they could not provide the place of death. I
am assuming he died in new york, since he is buried in New york, but
that is not always the case. I am seeking help >from anyone who might be
able to help me in this area. He was 50 years of age when he died, and
was originally >from russia.

Sarah Greenberg
sacredsisters3@aol.com
Sarah:

I'm just trying to think where I would begin. Have you tried
contacting the cemetery and explain what you are looking for? Perhaps
they would have some sort of record or could direct you further.

You could also try contacting the New York City Department of Records--
Vital Records. (Put that term into Google.) I believe they have all
death records in the 5 boroughs. They would probably be able to tell
you whether your great-great uncle died in New York City. If so, I
believe there are forms which would enable you to order a death
certificate even by mail.

I hope your search is succesful.

Brooke Morris
bxzi@yahoo.com


Re: Pun-yah Surname {in the UK and Australia} #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

To continue with mysterious name which sounds like
PUN-YAH but which we now know comes >from Lithuania and
and Bialystok: Alex Sharon tells us that there are two
entries for PUNIA (exact spelling) in the Jri-Pl
database in Bialystok, Grodno Guberniya, 1870 and that
Punia is the name of two towns in Lithuania, located
some 50 miles WSW >from Vilna. Ruth Hyman zeroed in on
a town called Puni in the Troki district (common in
Tel'shi, Shavli, Riga, Zhitomir) and now we have even
heard >from the PUNYA family who have transformed into
Becker, because of a misundertanding on Ellis Island.

Different versions of the name are appearing out of
the woodwork all over the world: I decided to follow
one established Litvak emigration trail to the UK then
to S. Africa [or directly to S. Africa] and thence to
Australia. I have found five PUNIA in Australia so
far, listed in the white pages. But here is the *piece de
resistance* - an early PUNIER listed in the 1881
census of England and Wales - and obviously Jewish:

Lewis PUNIER born 1833 in Prussia and a Jeweller
was a widower, living with his son-in-law, a tailor
called Henry HYMAN at 47 Hill St, Birmingham, Warwick.


Henry HYMAN age 22 Head born in Birmigham - Tailor;
Hannah HYMAN age 22 Wife born in Plymouth - Tailoress;

Lewis PUNIER age 48 Wife's father born in Prussia;
Jennie PUNIER age 19 Wife's sister born in Plymouth, a
dressmaker.

So Lewis [probably Loeb] emigrated to Plymouth
sometime in the 1850s, where his two daughters, Jenny
and Hannah were born. Plymouth in Devon, had a very
old-established Jewish community.

Somewhere in the UK there may be PUNIER descendants
and they may be called HYMAN; if Hannah's sister Jenny
married, there would be further PUNIER descendants.
There is tailoring HYMAN family in Birmingham in the
1891 and 1901 censuses that at first glance appears to
be the same - but there are also discrepancies so I
have not taken them into account; I feel that perhaps
our family emigrated again.

Large tracts of Lithuania, North of the River Bug fell
into Prussian hands between 1795 and 1807, [New East
Prussia - Third Partition] so our British Lewis PUNIER
born in Prussia, may indeed be related to the
Lithuanian PUNYA tribe.

We now have a nice little "orphan" family tree
stretching back to 1833 without any 2005 takers so
far!

And as a further piece of information, I hear that
*Punya* was a code word used for the Czar and for
Russia too, by the Jews of Czarist times. Does anyone
know more about this and any literary sources?

BTW, PUNYER is also bona-fide British name, mainly
based in Kent.

Celia Male [U.K.]


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Seeking Death Place For Isadore Rakoff-New Montefiore Cemetery-6/14/1938 #general

bxzi@...
 

Hello To All

I am trying to get a death record for a great-great-uncle of mine, but
am having trouble. His name was Isadore RAKOFF. He was brother to my
great-grandfather David RAKOFF. I have found out that Isadore is buried
along with his son in New Montefiore Cemetery in Suffolk County New
York. I also have his date of death provided by the
cemetery(6/14/1938), But they could not provide the place of death. I
am assuming he died in new york, since he is buried in New york, but
that is not always the case. I am seeking help >from anyone who might be
able to help me in this area. He was 50 years of age when he died, and
was originally >from russia.

Sarah Greenberg
sacredsisters3@aol.com
Sarah:

I'm just trying to think where I would begin. Have you tried
contacting the cemetery and explain what you are looking for? Perhaps
they would have some sort of record or could direct you further.

You could also try contacting the New York City Department of Records--
Vital Records. (Put that term into Google.) I believe they have all
death records in the 5 boroughs. They would probably be able to tell
you whether your great-great uncle died in New York City. If so, I
believe there are forms which would enable you to order a death
certificate even by mail.

I hope your search is succesful.

Brooke Morris
bxzi@yahoo.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Pun-yah Surname {in the UK and Australia} #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

To continue with mysterious name which sounds like
PUN-YAH but which we now know comes >from Lithuania and
and Bialystok: Alex Sharon tells us that there are two
entries for PUNIA (exact spelling) in the Jri-Pl
database in Bialystok, Grodno Guberniya, 1870 and that
Punia is the name of two towns in Lithuania, located
some 50 miles WSW >from Vilna. Ruth Hyman zeroed in on
a town called Puni in the Troki district (common in
Tel'shi, Shavli, Riga, Zhitomir) and now we have even
heard >from the PUNYA family who have transformed into
Becker, because of a misundertanding on Ellis Island.

Different versions of the name are appearing out of
the woodwork all over the world: I decided to follow
one established Litvak emigration trail to the UK then
to S. Africa [or directly to S. Africa] and thence to
Australia. I have found five PUNIA in Australia so
far, listed in the white pages. But here is the *piece de
resistance* - an early PUNIER listed in the 1881
census of England and Wales - and obviously Jewish:

Lewis PUNIER born 1833 in Prussia and a Jeweller
was a widower, living with his son-in-law, a tailor
called Henry HYMAN at 47 Hill St, Birmingham, Warwick.


Henry HYMAN age 22 Head born in Birmigham - Tailor;
Hannah HYMAN age 22 Wife born in Plymouth - Tailoress;

Lewis PUNIER age 48 Wife's father born in Prussia;
Jennie PUNIER age 19 Wife's sister born in Plymouth, a
dressmaker.

So Lewis [probably Loeb] emigrated to Plymouth
sometime in the 1850s, where his two daughters, Jenny
and Hannah were born. Plymouth in Devon, had a very
old-established Jewish community.

Somewhere in the UK there may be PUNIER descendants
and they may be called HYMAN; if Hannah's sister Jenny
married, there would be further PUNIER descendants.
There is tailoring HYMAN family in Birmingham in the
1891 and 1901 censuses that at first glance appears to
be the same - but there are also discrepancies so I
have not taken them into account; I feel that perhaps
our family emigrated again.

Large tracts of Lithuania, North of the River Bug fell
into Prussian hands between 1795 and 1807, [New East
Prussia - Third Partition] so our British Lewis PUNIER
born in Prussia, may indeed be related to the
Lithuanian PUNYA tribe.

We now have a nice little "orphan" family tree
stretching back to 1833 without any 2005 takers so
far!

And as a further piece of information, I hear that
*Punya* was a code word used for the Czar and for
Russia too, by the Jews of Czarist times. Does anyone
know more about this and any literary sources?

BTW, PUNYER is also bona-fide British name, mainly
based in Kent.

Celia Male [U.K.]


Two New Pages at Gorlice, Poland, ShtetLinks Site #general

Marjorie Rosenfeld <marjorierosenfeld@...>
 

I have updated the Gorlice, Poland, Shtetlinks site with the addition of two
new pages.

The first addition to the site is an account by JewishGenner J. Victor Stern
of a 1999 Gorlice trip in which Victor and his parents discovered that the
museum in Gorlice has photos made by the Nazis of people who were being sent
to the Gorlice Ghetto. The URL for Victor's trip account is:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Gorlice/stern_gorlice_visit.html

The second addition to the site is testimony by Father Jan Patrzyk, a
Catholic Priest >from Lipinki, in the Gorlice area, describing his rescue of
a young Jewish girl during the Holocaust. Inasmuch as Father Patrzyk was
recognized by Yad Vashem as one of the Righteous among the Nations, it
seemed important to publish his story, which, however, I wasn't able to find
in English translation. Thus, I myself translated the Polish account I had
into English. Since I don't really know Polish and accomplished what may be
only an approximate translation with the help of www.poltran.com, my
Polish-English dictionary, and much praying for enlightenment as to the
meaning of the garbled sentences spit out by the electronic translator, I
have taken the somewhat unorthodox course of posting the original Polish
together with my translation and am inviting corrections >from any and all
knowledgeable viewers. The URL for this page is:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Gorlice/jan_patrzyk_rescue.html

Regards to all JewishGen discussion list researchers--
Marjorie Stamm Rosenfeld
Carlsbad, CA

Researching: STAMM, Brody, Ukraine; WEISSER, Vishnevets, Ukraine;
BOKSERMAN/BOXERMAN, Teofipol, Ukraine; KOVARSKY, Vilnius and Svenioncys,
Lithuania; UDELSON, "Neishtat" (probably Kudirkos Naumiestis) Lithuania;
SHESKIN, Vilnius, Lithuania; GITTLESON, probably also Kudirkos Naumiestis,
Lithuania.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Two New Pages at Gorlice, Poland, ShtetLinks Site #general

Marjorie Rosenfeld <marjorierosenfeld@...>
 

I have updated the Gorlice, Poland, Shtetlinks site with the addition of two
new pages.

The first addition to the site is an account by JewishGenner J. Victor Stern
of a 1999 Gorlice trip in which Victor and his parents discovered that the
museum in Gorlice has photos made by the Nazis of people who were being sent
to the Gorlice Ghetto. The URL for Victor's trip account is:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Gorlice/stern_gorlice_visit.html

The second addition to the site is testimony by Father Jan Patrzyk, a
Catholic Priest >from Lipinki, in the Gorlice area, describing his rescue of
a young Jewish girl during the Holocaust. Inasmuch as Father Patrzyk was
recognized by Yad Vashem as one of the Righteous among the Nations, it
seemed important to publish his story, which, however, I wasn't able to find
in English translation. Thus, I myself translated the Polish account I had
into English. Since I don't really know Polish and accomplished what may be
only an approximate translation with the help of www.poltran.com, my
Polish-English dictionary, and much praying for enlightenment as to the
meaning of the garbled sentences spit out by the electronic translator, I
have taken the somewhat unorthodox course of posting the original Polish
together with my translation and am inviting corrections >from any and all
knowledgeable viewers. The URL for this page is:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Gorlice/jan_patrzyk_rescue.html

Regards to all JewishGen discussion list researchers--
Marjorie Stamm Rosenfeld
Carlsbad, CA

Researching: STAMM, Brody, Ukraine; WEISSER, Vishnevets, Ukraine;
BOKSERMAN/BOXERMAN, Teofipol, Ukraine; KOVARSKY, Vilnius and Svenioncys,
Lithuania; UDELSON, "Neishtat" (probably Kudirkos Naumiestis) Lithuania;
SHESKIN, Vilnius, Lithuania; GITTLESON, probably also Kudirkos Naumiestis,
Lithuania.


Rothschild Suicide in Hilversum, Holland, 1940 #general

Wolfe, Pat PSA:EX <Pat.Wolfe@...>
 

I am interested in confirming, if possible, the following story
about a young Rothschild who apparently committed suicide in Nazi-occupied
Holland in June 1940. The young Rothschild was a male, about 19 years old.
His family had left Hitler's Germany in the 1930s and gone to the United
States. However, they left their teenage son in Holland so he could
continue his piano and music studies in Europe. The family must have
believed, as did most people in Holland, that the Netherlands would remain
neutral if a war occurred in Europe. The young Rothschild stayed with Mr.
Barend van Leeuwen's family at Loosdrechtscheweg XXX in Hilversum. Following
the Nazi invasion of Holland on May 10, 1940, and Holland's capitulation a
few days later, van Leeuwen moved the young Rothschild to the attic of a
safe house in central Hilversum. Tragically, because of his great fear, the
young Rothschild committed suicide by hanging himself a number of weeks
later. Van Leeuwen and another man, J.J. Petersen, secretly buried the
body. Can you help me confirm or correct this story?

Regards
Patrick Wolfe

Email: Pat.Wolfe@gems9.gov.bc.ca

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privatley.
The house number was replaced by X's by the moderator.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rothschild Suicide in Hilversum, Holland, 1940 #general

Wolfe, Pat PSA:EX <Pat.Wolfe@...>
 

I am interested in confirming, if possible, the following story
about a young Rothschild who apparently committed suicide in Nazi-occupied
Holland in June 1940. The young Rothschild was a male, about 19 years old.
His family had left Hitler's Germany in the 1930s and gone to the United
States. However, they left their teenage son in Holland so he could
continue his piano and music studies in Europe. The family must have
believed, as did most people in Holland, that the Netherlands would remain
neutral if a war occurred in Europe. The young Rothschild stayed with Mr.
Barend van Leeuwen's family at Loosdrechtscheweg XXX in Hilversum. Following
the Nazi invasion of Holland on May 10, 1940, and Holland's capitulation a
few days later, van Leeuwen moved the young Rothschild to the attic of a
safe house in central Hilversum. Tragically, because of his great fear, the
young Rothschild committed suicide by hanging himself a number of weeks
later. Van Leeuwen and another man, J.J. Petersen, secretly buried the
body. Can you help me confirm or correct this story?

Regards
Patrick Wolfe

Email: Pat.Wolfe@gems9.gov.bc.ca

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privatley.
The house number was replaced by X's by the moderator.


Orechow(ka) puzzle solved (I hope), with thanks #ukraine

Judith Berlowitz <jberlowitz@...>
 

Dear Ukr-Genners,
I must say that belonging to this SIG is a learning
experience. Thanks to Bill Elliott, Nathen Gabriel,
Margaret Mikulska, Abe Simon, Steve Weiss,
ShtetlSearch, and a bit of sleuthing on my own, I
believe I have solved the mystery of the origin of two
brothers, Yankel and David BER(E)LOWITZ, who listed
what appear to be two separate towns on their
respective ship's manifests: Yankel (1906) lists
"Orechowka" and David (1907)lists "Orechow,
Tawrizesk." A memoir written by one of Yankel's
daughters claims Ekaterinoslav as the home town, while
another daughter refers to "Gorod Arechov." This
second daughter refers to the town as a city, near a
river, which boasted a high school.

ShtetlSearch gives a town called "Orechovo" (Ukr.
variant) near Ekaterinoslav (Dnipropetrovs'k), at
48.13 x 35.03, apparently a very small town, which
does not show at all on some maps. I was assuming
that the form "Orechowka" was a diminutive and would
therefore refer to a smaller town in the general area
of another one of the same name. But another town,
given by ShtetlSearch, "Orikhiv" (Ukr.), 47.34 x 35.47
has variant names that include "Orechowka" and
"Orekhov." This town is in Taurida Gubernia, which
would explain the designagion "Tawrizesk" on David's
manifest. The beautiful map of Ekaterinoslav on the
genealogia.ru site
(http://www.genealogia.ru/projects/maps/maps/map_ekatirinislavsk_jpg.htm)
clearly shows Orechov just across the border in
Taurida, not far >from Ekaterinoslav city and close to
the Dniper River. So I think this is "our" home town.
I'm guessing that the diminutive form simply refers to
a small hazelnut or filbert and not to the size of the
town.

Thanks again to this virtual research team. Our
family will be getting together next summer to
celebrate 100 years in America and I'll be asking for
contributions to JewishGen!

Judith Berlowitz
Berkeley, California


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Orechow(ka) puzzle solved (I hope), with thanks #ukraine

Judith Berlowitz <jberlowitz@...>
 

Dear Ukr-Genners,
I must say that belonging to this SIG is a learning
experience. Thanks to Bill Elliott, Nathen Gabriel,
Margaret Mikulska, Abe Simon, Steve Weiss,
ShtetlSearch, and a bit of sleuthing on my own, I
believe I have solved the mystery of the origin of two
brothers, Yankel and David BER(E)LOWITZ, who listed
what appear to be two separate towns on their
respective ship's manifests: Yankel (1906) lists
"Orechowka" and David (1907)lists "Orechow,
Tawrizesk." A memoir written by one of Yankel's
daughters claims Ekaterinoslav as the home town, while
another daughter refers to "Gorod Arechov." This
second daughter refers to the town as a city, near a
river, which boasted a high school.

ShtetlSearch gives a town called "Orechovo" (Ukr.
variant) near Ekaterinoslav (Dnipropetrovs'k), at
48.13 x 35.03, apparently a very small town, which
does not show at all on some maps. I was assuming
that the form "Orechowka" was a diminutive and would
therefore refer to a smaller town in the general area
of another one of the same name. But another town,
given by ShtetlSearch, "Orikhiv" (Ukr.), 47.34 x 35.47
has variant names that include "Orechowka" and
"Orekhov." This town is in Taurida Gubernia, which
would explain the designagion "Tawrizesk" on David's
manifest. The beautiful map of Ekaterinoslav on the
genealogia.ru site
(http://www.genealogia.ru/projects/maps/maps/map_ekatirinislavsk_jpg.htm)
clearly shows Orechov just across the border in
Taurida, not far >from Ekaterinoslav city and close to
the Dniper River. So I think this is "our" home town.
I'm guessing that the diminutive form simply refers to
a small hazelnut or filbert and not to the size of the
town.

Thanks again to this virtual research team. Our
family will be getting together next summer to
celebrate 100 years in America and I'll be asking for
contributions to JewishGen!

Judith Berlowitz
Berkeley, California


Kishner/Kisner #ukraine

mister snappy <mistersnappy@...>
 

Searching for information about the KISHNER family. >from the town of
DZYGOVKA in the Ukraine. The first names of the male line of the family are,
GGG Grandfather - ELIYAHU, GG Grandfather - MOSHE EPHRAIM, Great Grandfather
- SOLOMON (Kishner/Kisner), Grandfather - HYMAN (Kisner). Solomon came to
the UK in the early 20th Century and the name was changed to KISNER >from
KISHNER. He had a brother called ELIAZER/ELIAZAR who went to the US and kept
the name Kishner.
I've reached a bit of a dead end with my research so any information or
leads would be useful.

SIMON KISNER
LONDON


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Kishner/Kisner #ukraine

mister snappy <mistersnappy@...>
 

Searching for information about the KISHNER family. >from the town of
DZYGOVKA in the Ukraine. The first names of the male line of the family are,
GGG Grandfather - ELIYAHU, GG Grandfather - MOSHE EPHRAIM, Great Grandfather
- SOLOMON (Kishner/Kisner), Grandfather - HYMAN (Kisner). Solomon came to
the UK in the early 20th Century and the name was changed to KISNER >from
KISHNER. He had a brother called ELIAZER/ELIAZAR who went to the US and kept
the name Kishner.
I've reached a bit of a dead end with my research so any information or
leads would be useful.

SIMON KISNER
LONDON


Seeking MAX and Gussie FISCHLER #ukraine

Henry <henry@...>
 

Hi All,

I am trying to located the deceandents of a MAX FISCHLER who died in 1920.
He was married to Gussie Fischler who died in 1959. They are both buried in
Baron Hirsch Cemetery in Staten Island, NY.

Thank You

Henry Schwartz


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Seeking MAX and Gussie FISCHLER #ukraine

Henry <henry@...>
 

Hi All,

I am trying to located the deceandents of a MAX FISCHLER who died in 1920.
He was married to Gussie Fischler who died in 1959. They are both buried in
Baron Hirsch Cemetery in Staten Island, NY.

Thank You

Henry Schwartz


Match factory Ekatarineslaw #ukraine

Sally Altschuler <sally@...>
 

Dear friends
This is the first time I use the SIG, and I'm not quite sure, that I'm
doing it right. Anyway, I guess someone will advise me if needed.
I am trying to trace my grandmothers family in Ukraine. I know this:

My great-great grandfathers name was Berel CHISVEROVITZ.
My great grandfather was Baruch CHISVEROVITZ who married Chaye Lea
MITTELMAN
from here they apparantly changed their name to CHISVER and had the
following row of children
Channe CHISVER b. 1886 in Ukraine, married to unknown LIFSCHITZ
Manje CHISVER b. 1888
Dunja CHISVER - my fathers mother - b. 1890, married to Feiwel
ALTSCHULER
Sinke CHISVER b. 1892
Luba CHISVER b.1894
Salomon CHISVERb. 1896
Yosef CHISVER b. 1897

My grandmother was born in a town called Antonevka, probably in the
Ekatarineslaw area. There are several of them. We know, that they had a
small farm, and that there was a match factory close by, that employed
many of the citizens.

Berel CHISVEROVITZ was said to be working in forests, but there is not
and wasn't either forests in that area. Therefor I think, that the
family came down >from north, when Tsar Alexander the first gave
financial support and freedom of military service to jewish families who
wanted to settle there.

If anyone can provide me with further information on this, I'd be happy,
especially about the match factory.

Best wishes
Sally Salomon Altschuler

www.altschuler.dk
Fredensborg
Denmark


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Match factory Ekatarineslaw #ukraine

Sally Altschuler <sally@...>
 

Dear friends
This is the first time I use the SIG, and I'm not quite sure, that I'm
doing it right. Anyway, I guess someone will advise me if needed.
I am trying to trace my grandmothers family in Ukraine. I know this:

My great-great grandfathers name was Berel CHISVEROVITZ.
My great grandfather was Baruch CHISVEROVITZ who married Chaye Lea
MITTELMAN
from here they apparantly changed their name to CHISVER and had the
following row of children
Channe CHISVER b. 1886 in Ukraine, married to unknown LIFSCHITZ
Manje CHISVER b. 1888
Dunja CHISVER - my fathers mother - b. 1890, married to Feiwel
ALTSCHULER
Sinke CHISVER b. 1892
Luba CHISVER b.1894
Salomon CHISVERb. 1896
Yosef CHISVER b. 1897

My grandmother was born in a town called Antonevka, probably in the
Ekatarineslaw area. There are several of them. We know, that they had a
small farm, and that there was a match factory close by, that employed
many of the citizens.

Berel CHISVEROVITZ was said to be working in forests, but there is not
and wasn't either forests in that area. Therefor I think, that the
family came down >from north, when Tsar Alexander the first gave
financial support and freedom of military service to jewish families who
wanted to settle there.

If anyone can provide me with further information on this, I'd be happy,
especially about the match factory.

Best wishes
Sally Salomon Altschuler

www.altschuler.dk
Fredensborg
Denmark


BRANDES and BAZAR from Postolovka or Wygoda #galicia

Brigitte Thireau <brandes@...>
 

My name is Brigitte Brand=E8s >from Paris. I'm researching my paternal
family Brandes and Bazar >from Postolovka or Wygoda not far >from
Chorostkow and Ternopol.

Uncles of my father named BAZAR leaved Galicia to Montreal Canada
before 1st world war . Who heard about this family? My uncle Isaac
BRANDES settled in Moscow where he married a Kazan girl and 2
daughters and was arreted and killed by Staline about 1930. Has
someone an idea to find out his family?

Thank you for your help.
Best regards.
Brigitte Brand=E8s
mail : brandes@free.fr


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia BRANDES and BAZAR from Postolovka or Wygoda #galicia

Brigitte Thireau <brandes@...>
 

My name is Brigitte Brand=E8s >from Paris. I'm researching my paternal
family Brandes and Bazar >from Postolovka or Wygoda not far >from
Chorostkow and Ternopol.

Uncles of my father named BAZAR leaved Galicia to Montreal Canada
before 1st world war . Who heard about this family? My uncle Isaac
BRANDES settled in Moscow where he married a Kazan girl and 2
daughters and was arreted and killed by Staline about 1930. Has
someone an idea to find out his family?

Thank you for your help.
Best regards.
Brigitte Brand=E8s
mail : brandes@free.fr


Female's patrilineal ancestry? Jewish ancestry? #dna

Elzbieta Kniaz
 

As a female can I check my ancestry on my father's side? Is it
possible to check for any Jewish genetic markers in my heritage?

Ela Kniaz


DNA Research #DNA Female's patrilineal ancestry? Jewish ancestry? #dna

Elzbieta Kniaz
 

As a female can I check my ancestry on my father's side? Is it
possible to check for any Jewish genetic markers in my heritage?

Ela Kniaz