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Viewmate: "People Who Suffered During the War" - WWI list for Strzeliska Nowe for Silbermann and Klein #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Dear Galitzianers:

I've posted a document >from 1917-18 in Polish (>from the Lviv archives)
for which I need a translation. The Polish title is: "Wykaz budynkow
miejskich czesciowo uszkodzonych" or "List of municipal buildings
partially damaged."

In the archival catalog these records, labeled "list of the people who
suffered during the war," are an excellent alternative resource for
learning personal details about the lives of those who lived through
the terrible hardships of WWI in the shtetls and villages of Galicia.
Often you can find follow-up documents, which include architectural
plans, estimates for repairs to the houses, accounting of building
additions, etc. This particular page recounts damage suffered by two
homeowners during WWI, Rosa (i Taube) Silbermann and Gittel Klein,
who lived in the Rynek (market square) in Strzeliska Nowe (Strilychi
Novi), Galicia/Poland.

It is on ViewMate here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27695

If you are curious to see which other Galician towns have these same
lists, which were found in the landowner records (Fond 146) check the
Gesher Galicia cadastral map and landowner records inventory by town:

http://www.geshergalicia.org/inventory/cadastral-maps-and-records/

We have not inventoried every town yet, nor have we acquired many of
these lists yet, but are planning to get more over the next year. (The
entries for this town were over 100 pages.) Eventually the names of the
homeowners with house numbers will be indexed and included in the
All Galicia Database. (For historical town research, information about
damages to the synagogue, mikvah and cheders would also be found
in these records.)

I have no relationship to these people -- this single page was pulled
as a sample to be incorporated into a presentation. I don't know if
these lists exist for other regions -- but others may. If you have
experience with them, please share with the group!

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Pamela Weisberger
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com


Viewmate: "People Who Suffered During the War" - WWI list for Strzeliska Nowe for Silbermann and Klein #general

Pamela Weisberger
 

I've posted a document >from 1917-18 in Polish (>from the Lviv archives)
for which I need a translation. The Polish title is: "Wykaz budynkow
miejskich czesciowo uszkodzonych" or "List of municipal buildings
partially damaged."

In the archival catalog these records, labeled "list of the people who
suffered during the war," are an excellent alternative resource for
learning personal details about the lives of those who lived through
the terrible hardships of WWI in the shtetls and villages of Galicia.
Often you can find follow-up documents, which include architectural
plans, estimates for repairs to the houses, accounting of building
additions, etc. This particular page recounts damage suffered by two
homeowners in during WWI, Rosa (i Taube) Silbermann and Gittel Klein
who lived in the Rynek (market square) in Strzeliska Nowe (Strilychi
Novi,) Galicia/Poland.

It is on ViewMate here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27695

If you are curious to see which other Galician towns have these same
lists, which were found in the landowner records (Fond 146) check the
Gesher Galicia cadastral map and landowner records inventory by town:

http://www.geshergalicia.org/inventory/cadastral-maps-and-records/

We have not inventoried every town yet, nor have we acquired many of
these lists yet, but are planning to get more over the next year. (The
entries for this town were over 100 pages.) Eventually the names of
the homeowners with house numbers will be indexed and included in the
All Galicia Database. (For historical town research, information
about damages to the synagogue, mikvah and cheders would also be found
in these records.)

I have no relationship to these people -- this single page was pulled
as a sample to be incorporated into a presentation. I don't know if
these lists exist for other regions -- but others may. If you have
experience with them, please share with the group!

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Pamela Weisberger
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Viewmate: "People Who Suffered During the War" - WWI list for Strzeliska Nowe for Silbermann and Klein #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Dear Galitzianers:

I've posted a document >from 1917-18 in Polish (>from the Lviv archives)
for which I need a translation. The Polish title is: "Wykaz budynkow
miejskich czesciowo uszkodzonych" or "List of municipal buildings
partially damaged."

In the archival catalog these records, labeled "list of the people who
suffered during the war," are an excellent alternative resource for
learning personal details about the lives of those who lived through
the terrible hardships of WWI in the shtetls and villages of Galicia.
Often you can find follow-up documents, which include architectural
plans, estimates for repairs to the houses, accounting of building
additions, etc. This particular page recounts damage suffered by two
homeowners during WWI, Rosa (i Taube) Silbermann and Gittel Klein,
who lived in the Rynek (market square) in Strzeliska Nowe (Strilychi
Novi), Galicia/Poland.

It is on ViewMate here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27695

If you are curious to see which other Galician towns have these same
lists, which were found in the landowner records (Fond 146) check the
Gesher Galicia cadastral map and landowner records inventory by town:

http://www.geshergalicia.org/inventory/cadastral-maps-and-records/

We have not inventoried every town yet, nor have we acquired many of
these lists yet, but are planning to get more over the next year. (The
entries for this town were over 100 pages.) Eventually the names of the
homeowners with house numbers will be indexed and included in the
All Galicia Database. (For historical town research, information about
damages to the synagogue, mikvah and cheders would also be found
in these records.)

I have no relationship to these people -- this single page was pulled
as a sample to be incorporated into a presentation. I don't know if
these lists exist for other regions -- but others may. If you have
experience with them, please share with the group!

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Pamela Weisberger
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate: "People Who Suffered During the War" - WWI list for Strzeliska Nowe for Silbermann and Klein #general

Pamela Weisberger
 

I've posted a document >from 1917-18 in Polish (>from the Lviv archives)
for which I need a translation. The Polish title is: "Wykaz budynkow
miejskich czesciowo uszkodzonych" or "List of municipal buildings
partially damaged."

In the archival catalog these records, labeled "list of the people who
suffered during the war," are an excellent alternative resource for
learning personal details about the lives of those who lived through
the terrible hardships of WWI in the shtetls and villages of Galicia.
Often you can find follow-up documents, which include architectural
plans, estimates for repairs to the houses, accounting of building
additions, etc. This particular page recounts damage suffered by two
homeowners in during WWI, Rosa (i Taube) Silbermann and Gittel Klein
who lived in the Rynek (market square) in Strzeliska Nowe (Strilychi
Novi,) Galicia/Poland.

It is on ViewMate here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27695

If you are curious to see which other Galician towns have these same
lists, which were found in the landowner records (Fond 146) check the
Gesher Galicia cadastral map and landowner records inventory by town:

http://www.geshergalicia.org/inventory/cadastral-maps-and-records/

We have not inventoried every town yet, nor have we acquired many of
these lists yet, but are planning to get more over the next year. (The
entries for this town were over 100 pages.) Eventually the names of
the homeowners with house numbers will be indexed and included in the
All Galicia Database. (For historical town research, information
about damages to the synagogue, mikvah and cheders would also be found
in these records.)

I have no relationship to these people -- this single page was pulled
as a sample to be incorporated into a presentation. I don't know if
these lists exist for other regions -- but others may. If you have
experience with them, please share with the group!

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Pamela Weisberger
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com


Thank You for all the assistance #general

Colin Greenwood <crg@...>
 

Further to my request for help regarding my grandfather John Aarons >from
London I should like to thank all those who wrote to me with information
and suggestions, and am pleased to say I have now made contact with a
previously unknown family in Melbourne. This has been a big eye opener
for me, and we had no idea how large the family actually was. My mother
Dorothy is 88 and has fond memories of her fathers relatives in Sydney,
but have not been able to locate any of them as yet. Still looking.
Thanks again to all those who have helped me so far.
Regards
Colin Greenwood

Thank you all again.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank You for all the assistance #general

Colin Greenwood <crg@...>
 

Further to my request for help regarding my grandfather John Aarons >from
London I should like to thank all those who wrote to me with information
and suggestions, and am pleased to say I have now made contact with a
previously unknown family in Melbourne. This has been a big eye opener
for me, and we had no idea how large the family actually was. My mother
Dorothy is 88 and has fond memories of her fathers relatives in Sydney,
but have not been able to locate any of them as yet. Still looking.
Thanks again to all those who have helped me so far.
Regards
Colin Greenwood

Thank you all again.


Jelinek #general

agnespelladeau@...
 

Please, excuse my bad English. I am hoping someone can help me.

My grand mother, Antonia jelinek ( married Gregor) is born in July 1898 in
Hungary (Salgotarjan) but this family was Czech and living in Moravia. His
mother was Erzsebeth Jelinek.

I have a baptism certificate for Erzsebeth >from protektorat cechy a morava
of 26 may 1944. It says she was born in june 1867 and his father : Franz
Jelinek, kinder des Jakob Jelinek.

Do you have informations ?

Thanks a lot

Best regards

Agnes Pelladeau


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jelinek #general

agnespelladeau@...
 

Please, excuse my bad English. I am hoping someone can help me.

My grand mother, Antonia jelinek ( married Gregor) is born in July 1898 in
Hungary (Salgotarjan) but this family was Czech and living in Moravia. His
mother was Erzsebeth Jelinek.

I have a baptism certificate for Erzsebeth >from protektorat cechy a morava
of 26 may 1944. It says she was born in june 1867 and his father : Franz
Jelinek, kinder des Jakob Jelinek.

Do you have informations ?

Thanks a lot

Best regards

Agnes Pelladeau


Germany, Lists of Jewish Families from Five Cities in Northern Germany #general

Holly Jentsch <jentsch@...>
 

In doing a research for Johann Friederiche Bonorden, b.1676 in Schaumburg,
Lippe, Nordrhein-Westalen, Germany, a hint came up for Lists of Jewish
Families >from Five Cities of Northern Germany about Bonorden: Surname:
Bonorden; Family ID: 814; Location: Herford, Location Zip Code: 32052; Location
ID 463: Period 1800-1900; pages 002. I am unable to find out what this means.

Does this mean that Bonorden's were Jewish at one time? The Searchable link
on the JewishGen site is broken for that site. Any help is appreciated.

Holly


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Germany, Lists of Jewish Families from Five Cities in Northern Germany #general

Holly Jentsch <jentsch@...>
 

In doing a research for Johann Friederiche Bonorden, b.1676 in Schaumburg,
Lippe, Nordrhein-Westalen, Germany, a hint came up for Lists of Jewish
Families >from Five Cities of Northern Germany about Bonorden: Surname:
Bonorden; Family ID: 814; Location: Herford, Location Zip Code: 32052; Location
ID 463: Period 1800-1900; pages 002. I am unable to find out what this means.

Does this mean that Bonorden's were Jewish at one time? The Searchable link
on the JewishGen site is broken for that site. Any help is appreciated.

Holly


My maternal grandfather, Joseph RICHMAN, from Poland, Russia #general

Faye Hirsty
 

Dear Discussion Group,

I have been unable to get the correct death certificate of my maternal
grandfather, Joseph Richman. A photo of his headstone says he died
March 30, 1934. A translation of the Hebrew engravings on the stone,
says he was the son of Akiva. He had severe asthma and the family
traveled to Havana, where my parents met.

Joseph was a baker >from Poland, Russia, born in 1869. Ethel Richman
was my grandmother's name and I remember her well. She looked like
ZaZa Gabor, though she was Polish.

The couple had four daughters and two sons. One son, Abram Chaim
Rajchman, remained in Plock, Poland (also spelled Plotzk) and the
other son, my sweet curly haired blond uncle Morris. Daughters were
Esther (my mother), Eva, Bertha and Sara. Cousins were Jack
Feigenbaum, Helen Feigenbaum, Jack Waxman, Judy Waxman and Sara's
daughter, Anna.

Other spellings of the surname on various documents were Reich (on
Esther's marriage certificate in Havana) Rajchman, Richman and
Reichman.

I also have little information about Grandmother Ethel Richman as she
re-married twice after grandfather Joseph died. One of her husbands,
I believe, had the surname of Waxman as I believe she married her
daughter's widowed father-in-law. Her maiden name may have been
Baron.

If anyone with my fellow discussion group is familiar with this family
and knows where grandfather, Joseph is buried, my grandmother's final
surname, or anything else you can share, please contact me.

Thank you very much.

Faye (Kranz) Hirsty
Irvine, CA, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen My maternal grandfather, Joseph RICHMAN, from Poland, Russia #general

Faye Hirsty
 

Dear Discussion Group,

I have been unable to get the correct death certificate of my maternal
grandfather, Joseph Richman. A photo of his headstone says he died
March 30, 1934. A translation of the Hebrew engravings on the stone,
says he was the son of Akiva. He had severe asthma and the family
traveled to Havana, where my parents met.

Joseph was a baker >from Poland, Russia, born in 1869. Ethel Richman
was my grandmother's name and I remember her well. She looked like
ZaZa Gabor, though she was Polish.

The couple had four daughters and two sons. One son, Abram Chaim
Rajchman, remained in Plock, Poland (also spelled Plotzk) and the
other son, my sweet curly haired blond uncle Morris. Daughters were
Esther (my mother), Eva, Bertha and Sara. Cousins were Jack
Feigenbaum, Helen Feigenbaum, Jack Waxman, Judy Waxman and Sara's
daughter, Anna.

Other spellings of the surname on various documents were Reich (on
Esther's marriage certificate in Havana) Rajchman, Richman and
Reichman.

I also have little information about Grandmother Ethel Richman as she
re-married twice after grandfather Joseph died. One of her husbands,
I believe, had the surname of Waxman as I believe she married her
daughter's widowed father-in-law. Her maiden name may have been
Baron.

If anyone with my fellow discussion group is familiar with this family
and knows where grandfather, Joseph is buried, my grandmother's final
surname, or anything else you can share, please contact me.

Thank you very much.

Faye (Kranz) Hirsty
Irvine, CA, USA


Were "housekeepers" really "wives"? #general

Eric M. Bloch
 

Based on the responses to my original question, there seems to be more
controversy and misinterpretation of my wording than to the spirit of
the question.

Let me simplify and rephrase my question:

Why on the same page of 19th-century Lviv Jewish death records
(apparently written by the same clerk based on the handwriting) are some
women referred to as the "gattin" (wife) of so-and-so and some are
referred to as the "wirtschafterin" (housekeeper) of so-and-so? Was a
distinction to be drawn or were the words simply used interchangeably?

I'm sorry there are no links to examples. The records are found in LDS
microfilms.

Eric M. Bloch
Glendale, Wisconsin


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Were "housekeepers" really "wives"? #general

Eric M. Bloch
 

Based on the responses to my original question, there seems to be more
controversy and misinterpretation of my wording than to the spirit of
the question.

Let me simplify and rephrase my question:

Why on the same page of 19th-century Lviv Jewish death records
(apparently written by the same clerk based on the handwriting) are some
women referred to as the "gattin" (wife) of so-and-so and some are
referred to as the "wirtschafterin" (housekeeper) of so-and-so? Was a
distinction to be drawn or were the words simply used interchangeably?

I'm sorry there are no links to examples. The records are found in LDS
microfilms.

Eric M. Bloch
Glendale, Wisconsin


Buchbinder Bookbinder Weiner: Philadelphia and Lithuania #general

WWW
 

Looking for BUCHBINDER and related WEINER family.BOOKBINDER or BUCHBINDER
of Vieksniai, Dublin and Phildelphia. WEINER of Philadelphia.Per June
1914 Passenger Record >from Ancestry.com Rive BUCHBINDER on her way to
Uncle Benny or (Berny?) WEINER of 936 Front Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Her sister is SPR?? BUCHBINDER of Vieksniai, Lithuania. Other BUCHBINDER
information is that my grandfather Abe WOLPERT's first cousin, Taube (Toby)
WOLPERT, lived with a BUCHBINDER or BOOKBINDER family in DUBLIN, IRELAND on
either Clanbrassil Street or Clanbrassil neighborhood >from 1911 to 1913 after
leaving Vieksniai, Lithuania, prior to coming to Minneapolis, Minnesota where
her sister ROSE WOLPERT ZIMMERMAN and uncle Mordecai Nochum (aka Nathan)
WOLPERT were living

Bill Wolpert
WOLPERT/VOLPERT/WOLFE Kedainiai, Kraziai,
Vieksniai and Tryskiai, GROSSBERG Tryskiai.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Buchbinder Bookbinder Weiner: Philadelphia and Lithuania #general

WWW
 

Looking for BUCHBINDER and related WEINER family.BOOKBINDER or BUCHBINDER
of Vieksniai, Dublin and Phildelphia. WEINER of Philadelphia.Per June
1914 Passenger Record >from Ancestry.com Rive BUCHBINDER on her way to
Uncle Benny or (Berny?) WEINER of 936 Front Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Her sister is SPR?? BUCHBINDER of Vieksniai, Lithuania. Other BUCHBINDER
information is that my grandfather Abe WOLPERT's first cousin, Taube (Toby)
WOLPERT, lived with a BUCHBINDER or BOOKBINDER family in DUBLIN, IRELAND on
either Clanbrassil Street or Clanbrassil neighborhood >from 1911 to 1913 after
leaving Vieksniai, Lithuania, prior to coming to Minneapolis, Minnesota where
her sister ROSE WOLPERT ZIMMERMAN and uncle Mordecai Nochum (aka Nathan)
WOLPERT were living

Bill Wolpert
WOLPERT/VOLPERT/WOLFE Kedainiai, Kraziai,
Vieksniai and Tryskiai, GROSSBERG Tryskiai.


KAPLAN of Oniskis, Lithuania #general

A S Goldberg
 

I am seeking information on Rabbi Zvi ("Hirsh") Noson KAPLAN who was a
pre-WWII Lithuanian Rabbi and perished during the Holocaust with his
community of the town of Oniskis (known familiarly to its Jews as
"Hanoushishok"). I know he had a son Aaron who was married to a daughter of
Rabbi Yehuda YABLONSKI of Alytus and a daughter who was married to an
Alexander BOSKOVITZ. Nothing is known about other children. It is assumed
that all the Rabbi's family perished during the Holocaust but I wonder if
any descendants managed to survive and, if so, where family members are
currently located.

Please respond to me direct to alancomm@netmedia.net.il

Many thanks

Abraham S Goldberg
Jerusalem


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KAPLAN of Oniskis, Lithuania #general

A S Goldberg
 

I am seeking information on Rabbi Zvi ("Hirsh") Noson KAPLAN who was a
pre-WWII Lithuanian Rabbi and perished during the Holocaust with his
community of the town of Oniskis (known familiarly to its Jews as
"Hanoushishok"). I know he had a son Aaron who was married to a daughter of
Rabbi Yehuda YABLONSKI of Alytus and a daughter who was married to an
Alexander BOSKOVITZ. Nothing is known about other children. It is assumed
that all the Rabbi's family perished during the Holocaust but I wonder if
any descendants managed to survive and, if so, where family members are
currently located.

Please respond to me direct to alancomm@netmedia.net.il

Many thanks

Abraham S Goldberg
Jerusalem


KehilaLinks Project Report for May 2013 #dna

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

We are pleased to welcome the following webpages to JewishGen KehilaLinks
We thank the owners and webmasters of these webpages for creating fitting
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resource for future generations of their descendants.

Baranow Sandomierski (Baranow, Barnuv) (G), Poland
Created by Susana Leistner Bloch
Webmaster: Neil Emmer
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~~~

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Created by J. Grossman
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/chorzele/
~~~

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Created by Judi Wagner
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Nova_Pryluka/
~~~

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Created by Ukraine SIG / Janette Silverman
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~~~

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Created by Janette Silverman
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~~~

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Photo of the Dukla Torah; Restoration of the Dukla Cemetery;
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~~~

Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary
www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/hodmezovasarhely
~~~

Kormend, Hungary
www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/kormend
~~~

Krosno (G), Poland
JDC records and letter regarding 1921 typhoid epidemic
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/krosno/krosno.htm
~~~

Rymanow (G), Poland
New info and photos of Stanton St Shul, JDC records,
Isidore Rabi Nobel Laureate Physicist
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/krosno/krosnoRym.htm
~~~

Rohatyn (G), UKraine
Synagogue Photo, House Number Project;
Rohatyn survivors in the Dolny Slask Region
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/rohatyn/rohatyn.htm
~~~

Skala-Podol'skaya (Skala) (G), Ukraine
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Article about Mayor Koch's Skala roots
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Verbovets (Verbovitz)
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DNA Research #DNA KehilaLinks Project Report for May 2013 #dna

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

We are pleased to welcome the following webpages to JewishGen KehilaLinks
We thank the owners and webmasters of these webpages for creating fitting
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Baranow Sandomierski (Baranow, Barnuv) (G), Poland
Created by Susana Leistner Bloch
Webmaster: Neil Emmer
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kolbuszowa/baranow/sl_baranow.htm
~~~

Chorzele (Chortzel), Poland
Created by J. Grossman
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/chorzele/
~~~

Nova Pryluka (Novaya Priluka), Ukraine
Created by Judi Wagner
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Nova_Pryluka/
~~~

Novaya Ushytsya (Nei-Ushitz, Oyshitz, Novaya Ushitsa), Ukraine
Created by Ukraine SIG / Janette Silverman
Webmaster: Richard Baum
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Novaya_Ushytsya/index.asp
~~~

Salakas (Salak), Lithuania
Created by Paulette Bronstein
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/salakas/
~~~

Zlatopol (Zlotopol), Ukraine
Created by Janette Silverman
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/zlatopol/
~~~

Zolotonosha, Ukraine
Created by Jane Silverman
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/zolotonosha/

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Dukla (G), Poland
Photo of the Dukla Torah; Restoration of the Dukla Cemetery;
Possible grave of the Tzaddik
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~~~

Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary
www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/hodmezovasarhely
~~~

Kormend, Hungary
www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/kormend
~~~

Krosno (G), Poland
JDC records and letter regarding 1921 typhoid epidemic
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/krosno/krosno.htm
~~~

Rymanow (G), Poland
New info and photos of Stanton St Shul, JDC records,
Isidore Rabi Nobel Laureate Physicist
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/krosno/krosnoRym.htm
~~~

Rohatyn (G), UKraine
Synagogue Photo, House Number Project;
Rohatyn survivors in the Dolny Slask Region
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/rohatyn/rohatyn.htm
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Skala-Podol'skaya (Skala) (G), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/SkalaPodol/
Article about Mayor Koch's Skala roots
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Verbovets (Verbovitz)
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/verbovets/
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Zmigrod: Synagogue photos
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Zmigrod/Zmigrod.HTM

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Some of our KehilaLinks webpages were created by people who are no
longer able to maintain them.
The following webpages are "orphaned" and are available for adoption.

Briceni (Brichany, Britshan) (B), Moldova
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Brichany/brichany.htm
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Craiova (Belkiralymezo, Canalu), Romania
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dolj/Craiova.html
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Dolj County, Romania
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dolj/Dolj.html
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Fulda, Germany
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/fulda/fulda.html
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Kamiensk (Kaminska), Poland
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kamiensk/
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Kolomea (Kolomyja) (G)
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kolomea/kolomad.htm

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If you wish to create a KehilaLinks webpage or adopt an exiting "orphaned"
webpage please contact us at: < bloch@mts.net>.

NEED TECHNICAL HELP CREATING A WEBPAGE?: We have a team of dedicated
volunteers who will help you create a webpage.
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Susana Leistner Bloch, VP, KehilaLinks, JewishGen, Inc.
Barbara Ellman, KehilaLinks Technical Coordinator

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