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JGS of Greater Miami - November Meeting #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Dear Genners:

The November Meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Greater Miami, will be held *this* Sunday, November 3.

The meeting will be held at Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd., in Miami. The meeting will start
at 10:00 A.M., Refreshments will be served and the Library
will be open after the meeting concludes.

Family researchers will find this program particularly interesting
and informative. Our speaker will be Nancy Fowler, a volunteer
librarian at the LDS Library in North Miami Beach. She will be
discussing how to do family history research at the LDS Library
and how to use their website.

We hope you will be able to attend this very informative meeting.

Joan Parker
President,
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Greater Miami - November Meeting #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Dear Genners:

The November Meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Greater Miami, will be held *this* Sunday, November 3.

The meeting will be held at Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd., in Miami. The meeting will start
at 10:00 A.M., Refreshments will be served and the Library
will be open after the meeting concludes.

Family researchers will find this program particularly interesting
and informative. Our speaker will be Nancy Fowler, a volunteer
librarian at the LDS Library in North Miami Beach. She will be
discussing how to do family history research at the LDS Library
and how to use their website.

We hope you will be able to attend this very informative meeting.

Joan Parker
President,
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.


Re: Question on Naturalization #general

Michael Fener
 

From: Leslie Weinberg <lbw@nyc.rr.com>

My mother-in-law is 98, says she was always told she was born
in the U.S. but some family members say she came here as a
toddler. If she did arrive here with her parents, what wold the
laws be regarding her citizenship? I know that my husband's
grandfather was naturalized - although I have not found papers.
Would his mother have had to be naturalized? Would she
automatically have become a citizen if either parent were
naturalized, and was there a time frame for that?
Leslie,

"Between 1855 and 1922, wives and children became citizens when
the husband/father did."

This is >from the Jewishgen FAQ at
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html#Naturalization

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Michael
Michael Fener
New York, USA
mfener@ix.netcom.com

Searching
FENER - Hungary; FULEP/FULOP - Hungary; WEISS/WEISZ - Hungary;
MARGULIES/MARGOLIS - Galicia; MICHAELSON/MICHALOFSKY - Russia;
KULIK/KULIC/KULICK - Russia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Question on Naturalization #general

Michael Fener
 

From: Leslie Weinberg <lbw@nyc.rr.com>

My mother-in-law is 98, says she was always told she was born
in the U.S. but some family members say she came here as a
toddler. If she did arrive here with her parents, what wold the
laws be regarding her citizenship? I know that my husband's
grandfather was naturalized - although I have not found papers.
Would his mother have had to be naturalized? Would she
automatically have become a citizen if either parent were
naturalized, and was there a time frame for that?
Leslie,

"Between 1855 and 1922, wives and children became citizens when
the husband/father did."

This is >from the Jewishgen FAQ at
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html#Naturalization

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Michael
Michael Fener
New York, USA
mfener@ix.netcom.com

Searching
FENER - Hungary; FULEP/FULOP - Hungary; WEISS/WEISZ - Hungary;
MARGULIES/MARGOLIS - Galicia; MICHAELSON/MICHALOFSKY - Russia;
KULIK/KULIC/KULICK - Russia


Thank you for Spanish-to-English translation of e-mail message #general

Deborah Dworski <ddworski@...>
 

Thank you to everyone who responded to my call for help with
Spanish-to-English translation of an e-mail message. My request
hasn't even been in the Digest (it will appear tonight) and I've
already received more than a dozen offers to help! Time and
again members of the Discussion Group have helped me break down
the proverbial brick wall; I am so grateful and delighted to be
part of this community.

Deborah Dworski
Arlington, Virginia U.S.A.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank you for Spanish-to-English translation of e-mail message #general

Deborah Dworski <ddworski@...>
 

Thank you to everyone who responded to my call for help with
Spanish-to-English translation of an e-mail message. My request
hasn't even been in the Digest (it will appear tonight) and I've
already received more than a dozen offers to help! Time and
again members of the Discussion Group have helped me break down
the proverbial brick wall; I am so grateful and delighted to be
part of this community.

Deborah Dworski
Arlington, Virginia U.S.A.


Search sources - high school reunion sites #general

Anita Citron <anitac47@...>
 

An excellent source for searching people is one of the high
school reunion sites such as classmates.com. We just managed
to reunite about 75% of our 1961 junior high school SP classes
using this forum--I think you have to join to send an email to
the members on the list (of course, the joining is not free)
but at least for us it was money well spent. (I have no monetary
interests in classmates.com). You can search elementary, junior
high, and high schools (and I believe military) on the site.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY

Subject: Carol MOROCHNICK
>From: "Stephen Morochnick" <bodiam@mail.celito.net>
>
>I am hoping someone may know of Carol MOROCHNICK. She is the
>daughter of Harry MOROCHNICK ...I have searched Google and
>various telephone directories but cannot find her under the
>surname MOROCHNICK but she probably married. Please respond
>privately. Thanks very much.


Holocaust Slave Labor: Warsaw and Czestochowa #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

The United States Holocuast Memorial Museum has informed me
of a program to pay financial reparations to former slave-labor
workers in Warsaw and Czestochowa. And they have asked me to
share this information with others: Interested persons should
contact the Hojgaard & Schultz' Foundation for Former Forced
Laborers: by e-mail at hda@jblaw.dk; by phone at 45-33-47-88-84,
by fax at 45-33-47-89-39, or by post at Henrik Dahl, Jonas Bruun
Law Firm, Bredgade 38, DK-1260 Copenhagen K, Denmark. (They
speak excellent English.) Note that Hojgaard & Schultz is a
construction company that was hired by the Nazis for specific
projects in Warsaw and Czestochowa. They have set aside money
for people who worked on their projects.

The purpose of this posting, in fact, is to give some information
on how you can discover if a member of your family was in slave
labor in Czestochowa:

1. I am guiding a project to type a list of 2504 Jews >from
Czestochowa who survived the war. Here is a complete list of
the surnames in our typing:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/Czesto-Surv.html

2. We are typing a list of slave labor workers, >from a list that
was provided to us by the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw:
http://www.jewishinstitute.org.pl/
in cooperation with the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation Genealogy Project:
http://www.rslfoundation.org/html/ourwork/ourwork.htm
Additional documents came >from the United States Holocaust Memorial
Museum. So far, there are more than 4000 persons listed, with
these surnames:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/CzestoForced-sur.html

Neither typing project is quite finished. But because our records
may help many families apply for and collect financial reparations,
I announce our work-in-progress now so that we may be of assistance
to any person who needs advance access to the records we are typing.
Of course, in the end our records will be available for the benefit
of all.

Dan
Daniel Kazez <dkazez@wittenberg.edu>
Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland: TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, STRAUSBERG, KIFER, CZAPNIK,
BRODA, SZEWCZYK, LEWKOWICZ, SZPALTYN, OFMAN, ZYLBERBERG, KRZEPICKI,
LUKS, MOSZKOWICZ, STROZ, SZWIMER, GUTMAN, PESACH
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/talman/
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/englander/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Search sources - high school reunion sites #general

Anita Citron <anitac47@...>
 

An excellent source for searching people is one of the high
school reunion sites such as classmates.com. We just managed
to reunite about 75% of our 1961 junior high school SP classes
using this forum--I think you have to join to send an email to
the members on the list (of course, the joining is not free)
but at least for us it was money well spent. (I have no monetary
interests in classmates.com). You can search elementary, junior
high, and high schools (and I believe military) on the site.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY

Subject: Carol MOROCHNICK
>From: "Stephen Morochnick" <bodiam@mail.celito.net>
>
>I am hoping someone may know of Carol MOROCHNICK. She is the
>daughter of Harry MOROCHNICK ...I have searched Google and
>various telephone directories but cannot find her under the
>surname MOROCHNICK but she probably married. Please respond
>privately. Thanks very much.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Holocaust Slave Labor: Warsaw and Czestochowa #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

The United States Holocuast Memorial Museum has informed me
of a program to pay financial reparations to former slave-labor
workers in Warsaw and Czestochowa. And they have asked me to
share this information with others: Interested persons should
contact the Hojgaard & Schultz' Foundation for Former Forced
Laborers: by e-mail at hda@jblaw.dk; by phone at 45-33-47-88-84,
by fax at 45-33-47-89-39, or by post at Henrik Dahl, Jonas Bruun
Law Firm, Bredgade 38, DK-1260 Copenhagen K, Denmark. (They
speak excellent English.) Note that Hojgaard & Schultz is a
construction company that was hired by the Nazis for specific
projects in Warsaw and Czestochowa. They have set aside money
for people who worked on their projects.

The purpose of this posting, in fact, is to give some information
on how you can discover if a member of your family was in slave
labor in Czestochowa:

1. I am guiding a project to type a list of 2504 Jews >from
Czestochowa who survived the war. Here is a complete list of
the surnames in our typing:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/Czesto-Surv.html

2. We are typing a list of slave labor workers, >from a list that
was provided to us by the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw:
http://www.jewishinstitute.org.pl/
in cooperation with the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation Genealogy Project:
http://www.rslfoundation.org/html/ourwork/ourwork.htm
Additional documents came >from the United States Holocaust Memorial
Museum. So far, there are more than 4000 persons listed, with
these surnames:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/CzestoForced-sur.html

Neither typing project is quite finished. But because our records
may help many families apply for and collect financial reparations,
I announce our work-in-progress now so that we may be of assistance
to any person who needs advance access to the records we are typing.
Of course, in the end our records will be available for the benefit
of all.

Dan
Daniel Kazez <dkazez@wittenberg.edu>
Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland: TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, STRAUSBERG, KIFER, CZAPNIK,
BRODA, SZEWCZYK, LEWKOWICZ, SZPALTYN, OFMAN, ZYLBERBERG, KRZEPICKI,
LUKS, MOSZKOWICZ, STROZ, SZWIMER, GUTMAN, PESACH
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/talman/
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/englander/


Mogilev Rabbinate records - additional notes #belarus

Hilary Henkin <hilary@...>
 

Dear Group,
I'd asked about additional notes to my grandfather's birth record, recently
translated to Belarus-SIG. One was the note "Given 28/3 1923", and the
other said, "Father >from Shklov". I had just gotten a copy of the original
microfilm, and was wondering why I hadn't seen these notes myself, and what
the date meant.

First, Lara Tsinman, who had done the translation of the rcords, explained
to me that the "Given 28/3 1923" note refers to a request for a copy of the
record, several years later.

Second, she went back to the website, and saw that "Father >from Shklov" was
for the record BELOW the one for my grandfather. So much for an oral
history being confirmed!

'Turns out the date was also for the record below mine :-( .
Oops, but at least I know the meaning of the date, if I should encounter it
in future records --.

Thanks, Lara!

Hilary


Belarus SIG #Belarus Mogilev Rabbinate records - additional notes #belarus

Hilary Henkin <hilary@...>
 

Dear Group,
I'd asked about additional notes to my grandfather's birth record, recently
translated to Belarus-SIG. One was the note "Given 28/3 1923", and the
other said, "Father >from Shklov". I had just gotten a copy of the original
microfilm, and was wondering why I hadn't seen these notes myself, and what
the date meant.

First, Lara Tsinman, who had done the translation of the rcords, explained
to me that the "Given 28/3 1923" note refers to a request for a copy of the
record, several years later.

Second, she went back to the website, and saw that "Father >from Shklov" was
for the record BELOW the one for my grandfather. So much for an oral
history being confirmed!

'Turns out the date was also for the record below mine :-( .
Oops, but at least I know the meaning of the date, if I should encounter it
in future records --.

Thanks, Lara!

Hilary


Re: "Tuker" & "Zosler" ( belarus digest: October 29, 2002) #belarus

NFatouros@...
 

In a message dated 10/30/02 the hardworking Jerry Seligsohn
(JSelig1315@yahoo.com) wrote:

<< I cannot make a definite location for the origins of
these two landsmanshaften. They appear to be either in
Lithuania or Belarus. If your ancestors were members
perhaps you can place their location.
Zosler Protective Association
Tuker Benevolent Association
>>

At risk of losing my credibility in writing about surnames and placenames,
and bits and pieces of Jewish history, I am daring to suggest that "Zosler"
and "Tuker" are not toponyms, but surnames. Perhaps the landsmanshaften
Jerry has inquired about were named after their respective founders, who may
have been rabbis or tsaddiks.


Before writing this response, I did check my usual place name sources, both
in my books and in various areas of Jewishgen, and I did these lookups as
imaginatively as I could.

I also did "Google" searches for "Tuker" and "Zosler". I did find that there
was a Rabbi Gorden Tucker who was dean of the Rabbinical School at the Jewi
sh Theological Seminary, and another Rabbi named Steven Tucker. Perhaps they
were descendents of someone named Tuker.

As for "Zosler," I found that there are lots of people with this surname.

I shall be on the lookout for more helpful responses >from other participants
in this group.


Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa and Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN,
Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;
SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Korostyshev; BEHAM, Salok and
Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY, Ostryna.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: "Tuker" & "Zosler" ( belarus digest: October 29, 2002) #belarus

NFatouros@...
 

In a message dated 10/30/02 the hardworking Jerry Seligsohn
(JSelig1315@yahoo.com) wrote:

<< I cannot make a definite location for the origins of
these two landsmanshaften. They appear to be either in
Lithuania or Belarus. If your ancestors were members
perhaps you can place their location.
Zosler Protective Association
Tuker Benevolent Association
>>

At risk of losing my credibility in writing about surnames and placenames,
and bits and pieces of Jewish history, I am daring to suggest that "Zosler"
and "Tuker" are not toponyms, but surnames. Perhaps the landsmanshaften
Jerry has inquired about were named after their respective founders, who may
have been rabbis or tsaddiks.


Before writing this response, I did check my usual place name sources, both
in my books and in various areas of Jewishgen, and I did these lookups as
imaginatively as I could.

I also did "Google" searches for "Tuker" and "Zosler". I did find that there
was a Rabbi Gorden Tucker who was dean of the Rabbinical School at the Jewi
sh Theological Seminary, and another Rabbi named Steven Tucker. Perhaps they
were descendents of someone named Tuker.

As for "Zosler," I found that there are lots of people with this surname.

I shall be on the lookout for more helpful responses >from other participants
in this group.


Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa and Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN,
Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;
SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Korostyshev; BEHAM, Salok and
Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY, Ostryna.


Research help #romania

nortonpj@...
 

I am doing research for my step-family and need someone with East
European historical background to help. So many name and boundary
changes over the last century make it very difficult.

Family names were NERLINGER (Joseph), KLEIN (Minna , Esti, and Anna) who
emigrated in 1897 or shortly thereafter to the U.S.>from the following
places:

Bukovina, Romania (as it was listed in 1920 census)

Botoschani, Roumania 1907 & 1914

Czernowitz, Austria 1905 (I think this may be the town or origin.)

I am under the impression that "Bukovina" is an area or province in what
is now the Ukraine and that Czernowitz is a city in that area. Am I
correct?

I'm also researching "STRUMPF" or "STRUMPH" (Juda (Julius), Abe, Ida,
and many more of a large family) >from Dowathonzko and Kolbuszowa,
Austria. They arrived in the U.S. just after the turn of the century.

Any help in locating these places or names or any suggestions on where
to go >from here, would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

J. Norton <nortonpj@pacbell.net>
MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies please. Please be sure to enter your
family names/towns in the JewishGen Family Finder (www.jewishgen.org/jgff)
and to search it for those looking for the same names/towns. Also
please sign future messages with your location.


Romania SIG #Romania Research help #romania

nortonpj@...
 

I am doing research for my step-family and need someone with East
European historical background to help. So many name and boundary
changes over the last century make it very difficult.

Family names were NERLINGER (Joseph), KLEIN (Minna , Esti, and Anna) who
emigrated in 1897 or shortly thereafter to the U.S.>from the following
places:

Bukovina, Romania (as it was listed in 1920 census)

Botoschani, Roumania 1907 & 1914

Czernowitz, Austria 1905 (I think this may be the town or origin.)

I am under the impression that "Bukovina" is an area or province in what
is now the Ukraine and that Czernowitz is a city in that area. Am I
correct?

I'm also researching "STRUMPF" or "STRUMPH" (Juda (Julius), Abe, Ida,
and many more of a large family) >from Dowathonzko and Kolbuszowa,
Austria. They arrived in the U.S. just after the turn of the century.

Any help in locating these places or names or any suggestions on where
to go >from here, would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

J. Norton <nortonpj@pacbell.net>
MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies please. Please be sure to enter your
family names/towns in the JewishGen Family Finder (www.jewishgen.org/jgff)
and to search it for those looking for the same names/towns. Also
please sign future messages with your location.


ITTINGA/EPSTEIN - Apparent Discrepancy #rabbinic

jhodes <Jonhodes@...>
 

I am researching a branch of my family tree and have come across an
apparent discrepancy. I am hoping that someone can point me in the
right direction.

from Gevurot Ha-Ari:
I know >from Gevurot Ha-Ari, written by R' Aryeh Leib Halevi EPSTEIN
that R' Zeev Wolf Halevi (b. 1711, d. 1733) a rav and sofer in
Tiktin, had only one daughter, Rivka, wife of R' Aryeh Leib, son
of R' Shmuel of Raseiniai.

They were parents of R' Avraham of Slonim, in turn father of R'
Shmuel Avigdor of Karlin who wrote the Tana Tosfo'oh. This is
confirmed in the pictorial EPSTEIN genealogy on
jewishencyclopedia.com.

i.e. we have:

R' Zeev Wolf Halevi Epstein (1711-1733) daughter Rivka m. R' Aryeh
Leib (son of Shmuel of Raseiniai) son R' Avraham of Slonim son R'
Shmuel Avigdor (Tana Tosfo'oh)(d. 1866)

from Shem Hagedolim Hashlishi
However, I also have a genealogy >from Shem Hagedolim Hashlishi, in a
section regarding R' Moshe Shatzkes, the Lomzer Rov, that:

R' Chaim Yehuda Leib ITTINGA daughter married R' Shmuel of Vilna son
R' Avraham of Slonim son R' Shmuel Avigdor (Tana Tosfo'oh)

Questions

1. Are R' Aryeh Leib (son of Shmuel of Raseiniai) and R' Chaim
Yehuda Leib ITTINGA one and the same person? Does anyone know if
R' Chaim Yehuda Leib ITTINGA was a son-in-law of R' Zeev Wolf
Halevi EPSTEIN? - This would appear to confirm the above.

2. I have just acquired a copy of R' Meir Wunder's wonderful
Encyclopedia LeChachmei Galicia. Under ITTINGA, there is a
pictorial genealogy which lists the father of R' Chaim Yehuda
Leib ITTINGA as R' Eliezer. This would suggest that R' Aryeh
Leib and R' Chaim Yehuda Leib are NOT the same person -
R' Aryeh Leib's father is listed as R' Shmuel of Raseiniai in
Gevurot Ha-Ari.

3. There is no discrepancy that R' Shmuel Avigdor (Tana Tosfo'oh) is
the son of R' Avraham of Slonim. However, I need to confirm who
the parents of R' Avraham were to confirm which of the above
genealogies is correct.

I am guessing that Gevurot Ha-Ari is correct and that Shem Hagedolim
Hashlishi is incorrect. If so, how do R' Shmuel Avigdor and his
father R' Avraham fit into the tree of R' Shmuel, last Av Beis Din
of Vilna?

I am hoping someone will be able to give me some pointers.

Thanks in advance

Jonathan Hodes
London, England
mailto:Jonathan@hodesfamily.co.uk


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic ITTINGA/EPSTEIN - Apparent Discrepancy #rabbinic

jhodes <Jonhodes@...>
 

I am researching a branch of my family tree and have come across an
apparent discrepancy. I am hoping that someone can point me in the
right direction.

from Gevurot Ha-Ari:
I know >from Gevurot Ha-Ari, written by R' Aryeh Leib Halevi EPSTEIN
that R' Zeev Wolf Halevi (b. 1711, d. 1733) a rav and sofer in
Tiktin, had only one daughter, Rivka, wife of R' Aryeh Leib, son
of R' Shmuel of Raseiniai.

They were parents of R' Avraham of Slonim, in turn father of R'
Shmuel Avigdor of Karlin who wrote the Tana Tosfo'oh. This is
confirmed in the pictorial EPSTEIN genealogy on
jewishencyclopedia.com.

i.e. we have:

R' Zeev Wolf Halevi Epstein (1711-1733) daughter Rivka m. R' Aryeh
Leib (son of Shmuel of Raseiniai) son R' Avraham of Slonim son R'
Shmuel Avigdor (Tana Tosfo'oh)(d. 1866)

from Shem Hagedolim Hashlishi
However, I also have a genealogy >from Shem Hagedolim Hashlishi, in a
section regarding R' Moshe Shatzkes, the Lomzer Rov, that:

R' Chaim Yehuda Leib ITTINGA daughter married R' Shmuel of Vilna son
R' Avraham of Slonim son R' Shmuel Avigdor (Tana Tosfo'oh)

Questions

1. Are R' Aryeh Leib (son of Shmuel of Raseiniai) and R' Chaim
Yehuda Leib ITTINGA one and the same person? Does anyone know if
R' Chaim Yehuda Leib ITTINGA was a son-in-law of R' Zeev Wolf
Halevi EPSTEIN? - This would appear to confirm the above.

2. I have just acquired a copy of R' Meir Wunder's wonderful
Encyclopedia LeChachmei Galicia. Under ITTINGA, there is a
pictorial genealogy which lists the father of R' Chaim Yehuda
Leib ITTINGA as R' Eliezer. This would suggest that R' Aryeh
Leib and R' Chaim Yehuda Leib are NOT the same person -
R' Aryeh Leib's father is listed as R' Shmuel of Raseiniai in
Gevurot Ha-Ari.

3. There is no discrepancy that R' Shmuel Avigdor (Tana Tosfo'oh) is
the son of R' Avraham of Slonim. However, I need to confirm who
the parents of R' Avraham were to confirm which of the above
genealogies is correct.

I am guessing that Gevurot Ha-Ari is correct and that Shem Hagedolim
Hashlishi is incorrect. If so, how do R' Shmuel Avigdor and his
father R' Avraham fit into the tree of R' Shmuel, last Av Beis Din
of Vilna?

I am hoping someone will be able to give me some pointers.

Thanks in advance

Jonathan Hodes
London, England
mailto:Jonathan@hodesfamily.co.uk


Re: Pruchnik #galicia

Simon Barak
 

You are right and I stand corrected
Dr Shimon Barak

GreGG wrote:

...there is (and was) a town of Pruchnik (which is now a village) between
Rzeszow and Przemysl, which indeed did have a Jewish population of roughly
10% (in 1880).


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Pruchnik #galicia

Simon Barak
 

You are right and I stand corrected
Dr Shimon Barak

GreGG wrote:

...there is (and was) a town of Pruchnik (which is now a village) between
Rzeszow and Przemysl, which indeed did have a Jewish population of roughly
10% (in 1880).