Date   

Seeking Files from Grodno #belarus

Ariel K <arielvfu@...>
 

My relative, Polish nationality was investigated by the NKWD. we have
extracted this information >from the KARTA website (which of course
contains the zub number of the investigation as well)
The file is located in Grodno
We have written to them and they refused to send us the investigation
file (although the person was born in 1890 he is no longer alive)
The question is how can I retrieve the file despite all of this?


Thank you very much
Ariel Koby


Belarus SIG #Belarus Seeking Files from Grodno #belarus

Ariel K <arielvfu@...>
 

My relative, Polish nationality was investigated by the NKWD. we have
extracted this information >from the KARTA website (which of course
contains the zub number of the investigation as well)
The file is located in Grodno
We have written to them and they refused to send us the investigation
file (although the person was born in 1890 he is no longer alive)
The question is how can I retrieve the file despite all of this?


Thank you very much
Ariel Koby


"How to Create KehilaLinks Webpages" class to begin February 1, 2013 #belarus

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

We are delighted to announce our fifth "How to Create KehilaLinks
Webpages" course, taught by Mark Heckman and beginning February 1,
2013

This course is designed for those who would like to create a
KehilaLinks webpage dedicated to a Jewish Community / Kehila /
Town / Shtetl, but don't know how.

Creating web pages is not difficult. We will use a free,
downloadable, simple-to-use web page editor that runs on both PCs
and Macs. All you need to participate is some basic computer skills,
a computer, and a few spare hours a week for 6 weeks

Course description and how to enroll are described in detail on the
JewishGen Education page at www.jewishgen.org/education.

Regards,

Susana Leistner Bloch, V.P., KehilaLinks, JewishGen, Inc.
Barbara Ellman,KehilaLinks Technical Coordinator
Mark Heckman, Instructor
bloch@...


Belarus SIG #Belarus "How to Create KehilaLinks Webpages" class to begin February 1, 2013 #belarus

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

We are delighted to announce our fifth "How to Create KehilaLinks
Webpages" course, taught by Mark Heckman and beginning February 1,
2013

This course is designed for those who would like to create a
KehilaLinks webpage dedicated to a Jewish Community / Kehila /
Town / Shtetl, but don't know how.

Creating web pages is not difficult. We will use a free,
downloadable, simple-to-use web page editor that runs on both PCs
and Macs. All you need to participate is some basic computer skills,
a computer, and a few spare hours a week for 6 weeks

Course description and how to enroll are described in detail on the
JewishGen Education page at www.jewishgen.org/education.

Regards,

Susana Leistner Bloch, V.P., KehilaLinks, JewishGen, Inc.
Barbara Ellman,KehilaLinks Technical Coordinator
Mark Heckman, Instructor
bloch@...


"How to Create KehilaLinks Webpages" class to begin February 1, 2013 #romania

bounce-2541285-772976@...
 

We are delighted to announce our fifth "How to Create KehilaLinks
Webpages" course, taught by Mark Heckman and beginning February 1,
2013

This course is designed for those who would like to create a
KehilaLinks webpage dedicated to a Jewish Community / Kehila /
Town / Shtetl, but don't know how.

Creating web pages is not difficult. We will use a free,
downloadable, simple-to-use web page editor that runs on both PCs
and Macs. All you need to participate is some basic computer skills,
a computer, and a few spare hours a week for 6 weeks

Course description and how to enroll are described in detail on the
JewishGen Education page at www.jewishgen.org/education.

Regards,

Susana Leistner Bloch, V.P., KehilaLinks, JewishGen, Inc.
Barbara Ellman,KehilaLinks Technical Coordinator
Mark Heckman, Instructor
bloch@...


Re: SOLOMON from Iasi (Jassy) #romania

Bob Wascou
 

ROM-SIG is in the process of obtaining and translating birth, marriage
and death records >from Iasi. To help transcribe these records fill out
the form at http://tinyurl.com/vol-transcriber . We need help with
this project.

We have received all of the marriages >from Iasi >from 1866 to 1905 and
part of the births >from 1894 to 1905 We will be getting more births
very soon.

The best place to search is the Romanian database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/ . Look for the people in
all of the locations and not just Iasi. People moved around and could
have moved to other locations especially during the wars and with
marriage. Wherever possible do not use exact search for the family
names because they could have been transcribed differently than the
exact name because of bad handwriting.

Check out the online Romanian white pages phone directory. I found a
cousin in Iasi that way.

Check out Google.com . You never know what you night find.

Ask other relatives and keep track of their information. You might
find information on distant relatives. Keep track of other people with
the names that you are searching even if you cannot place them on your
tree as you might find a connection later.

To help us get more records please donate to the Iasi County Records
Project at http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=20
. We need more money so we can get more records.

Because there is up to a two month delay before we get the financial
report and we want to get the records as soon as possible please tell
us what you donated for at ttp://tinyurl.com/R-S-Donations . This way
we can start to get more records >from Iasi.

On Sat, Jan 5, 2013 at 1:57 PM, Meron Lavie <lavie@...> wrote:


Hi All,

I just discovered that my great-grandmother and her parents came to the
US >from Iasi (Jassy) Romania around 1891.

I couldn't find much on Iasi in the JewishGen online databases.
How could I find family vital records for them >from there?

TIA,
Meron LAVIE
Israel


Romania SIG #Romania "How to Create KehilaLinks Webpages" class to begin February 1, 2013 #romania

bounce-2541285-772976@...
 

We are delighted to announce our fifth "How to Create KehilaLinks
Webpages" course, taught by Mark Heckman and beginning February 1,
2013

This course is designed for those who would like to create a
KehilaLinks webpage dedicated to a Jewish Community / Kehila /
Town / Shtetl, but don't know how.

Creating web pages is not difficult. We will use a free,
downloadable, simple-to-use web page editor that runs on both PCs
and Macs. All you need to participate is some basic computer skills,
a computer, and a few spare hours a week for 6 weeks

Course description and how to enroll are described in detail on the
JewishGen Education page at www.jewishgen.org/education.

Regards,

Susana Leistner Bloch, V.P., KehilaLinks, JewishGen, Inc.
Barbara Ellman,KehilaLinks Technical Coordinator
Mark Heckman, Instructor
bloch@...


Romania SIG #Romania Re: SOLOMON from Iasi (Jassy) #romania

Bob Wascou
 

ROM-SIG is in the process of obtaining and translating birth, marriage
and death records >from Iasi. To help transcribe these records fill out
the form at http://tinyurl.com/vol-transcriber . We need help with
this project.

We have received all of the marriages >from Iasi >from 1866 to 1905 and
part of the births >from 1894 to 1905 We will be getting more births
very soon.

The best place to search is the Romanian database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/ . Look for the people in
all of the locations and not just Iasi. People moved around and could
have moved to other locations especially during the wars and with
marriage. Wherever possible do not use exact search for the family
names because they could have been transcribed differently than the
exact name because of bad handwriting.

Check out the online Romanian white pages phone directory. I found a
cousin in Iasi that way.

Check out Google.com . You never know what you night find.

Ask other relatives and keep track of their information. You might
find information on distant relatives. Keep track of other people with
the names that you are searching even if you cannot place them on your
tree as you might find a connection later.

To help us get more records please donate to the Iasi County Records
Project at http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=20
. We need more money so we can get more records.

Because there is up to a two month delay before we get the financial
report and we want to get the records as soon as possible please tell
us what you donated for at ttp://tinyurl.com/R-S-Donations . This way
we can start to get more records >from Iasi.

On Sat, Jan 5, 2013 at 1:57 PM, Meron Lavie <lavie@...> wrote:


Hi All,

I just discovered that my great-grandmother and her parents came to the
US >from Iasi (Jassy) Romania around 1891.

I couldn't find much on Iasi in the JewishGen online databases.
How could I find family vital records for them >from there?

TIA,
Meron LAVIE
Israel


Re: Penrhiewceiber shul; #unitedkingdom

rob.barth@...
 

Hi Robert,

No problem, I wasn't expecting a huge response, there don't seem to be many
people on this list, and Penrhiwceiber isn't exactly capital of Wales !

If there wasn't a fixed Synagogue, maybe there was a "floating minyan".
Does anyone know if records of names/addresses would still be around ?

I've trawled the business directories, phone books, census, etc, and there
seem to be about 5-10 "Jewish" surnames / businesses >from about 1890-1910,
After 1910 they mostly disappear, probably to somewhere more lively - my lot
(KRAMSKY) ended up in Swansea (and later London, New York, Australia, etc)

Rob Barth (Surrey, UK)


Hi Rob -

Sorry for a belated response - my computer had problems.

It is IMO highly unlikely that Penrhiwceiber (The keiber, as it's known
locally!) had an organised synagogue. It is possible that a few Jews lived
there, perhaps running small busineses or maybe as pawnbrokers. But the
village is, and was, a small settlement around a coal mine (now closed).

See:
http://www.welshcoalmines.co.uk/Photo.htm

Even Aberdare, a major town in the Cynon Valley, a few miles north, had a
prayer room only for it's Jews. The major community was at Merthyr Tydfil.

I was born and brought up in Merthyr Tydfil, and also worked in Aberdare.
The Merthyr synagogue is still there, a listed building.

Regards -

Robert Fraser
Perth, Western Australia


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom RE: Penrhiewceiber shul; #unitedkingdom

rob.barth@...
 

Hi Robert,

No problem, I wasn't expecting a huge response, there don't seem to be many
people on this list, and Penrhiwceiber isn't exactly capital of Wales !

If there wasn't a fixed Synagogue, maybe there was a "floating minyan".
Does anyone know if records of names/addresses would still be around ?

I've trawled the business directories, phone books, census, etc, and there
seem to be about 5-10 "Jewish" surnames / businesses >from about 1890-1910,
After 1910 they mostly disappear, probably to somewhere more lively - my lot
(KRAMSKY) ended up in Swansea (and later London, New York, Australia, etc)

Rob Barth (Surrey, UK)


Hi Rob -

Sorry for a belated response - my computer had problems.

It is IMO highly unlikely that Penrhiwceiber (The keiber, as it's known
locally!) had an organised synagogue. It is possible that a few Jews lived
there, perhaps running small busineses or maybe as pawnbrokers. But the
village is, and was, a small settlement around a coal mine (now closed).

See:
http://www.welshcoalmines.co.uk/Photo.htm

Even Aberdare, a major town in the Cynon Valley, a few miles north, had a
prayer room only for it's Jews. The major community was at Merthyr Tydfil.

I was born and brought up in Merthyr Tydfil, and also worked in Aberdare.
The Merthyr synagogue is still there, a listed building.

Regards -

Robert Fraser
Perth, Western Australia


"How to Create KehilaLinks Webpages" class to begin February 1, 2013 #unitedkingdom

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

We are delighted to announce our fifth "How to Create KehilaLinks
Webpages" course, taught by Mark Heckman and beginning February 1,
2013

This course is designed for those who would like to create a
KehilaLinks webpage dedicated to a Jewish Community / Kehila /
Town / Shtetl, but don't know how.

Creating web pages is not difficult. We will use a free,
downloadable, simple-to-use web page editor that runs on both PCs
and Macs. All you need to participate is some basic computer skills,
a computer, and a few spare hours a week for 6 weeks

Course description and how to enroll are described in detail on the
JewishGen Education page at www.jewishgen.org/education.

Regards,

Susana Leistner Bloch, V.P., KehilaLinks, JewishGen, Inc.
Barbara Ellman,KehilaLinks Technical Coordinator
Mark Heckman, Instructor
bloch@...


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom "How to Create KehilaLinks Webpages" class to begin February 1, 2013 #unitedkingdom

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

We are delighted to announce our fifth "How to Create KehilaLinks
Webpages" course, taught by Mark Heckman and beginning February 1,
2013

This course is designed for those who would like to create a
KehilaLinks webpage dedicated to a Jewish Community / Kehila /
Town / Shtetl, but don't know how.

Creating web pages is not difficult. We will use a free,
downloadable, simple-to-use web page editor that runs on both PCs
and Macs. All you need to participate is some basic computer skills,
a computer, and a few spare hours a week for 6 weeks

Course description and how to enroll are described in detail on the
JewishGen Education page at www.jewishgen.org/education.

Regards,

Susana Leistner Bloch, V.P., KehilaLinks, JewishGen, Inc.
Barbara Ellman,KehilaLinks Technical Coordinator
Mark Heckman, Instructor
bloch@...


New Yizkor Book for Dzialoszyce, Poland #belarus

sdh2381@...
 

As Publicity Specialist for the Yizkor-Books-in-Print project, part
of the Yizkor Books Project of JewishGen, Inc, I am pleased to
announce our newest publication. Our tenth book, DZIALOSZYCE
(Dzialoshitz), contains much material that is of interest to our
genealogical community. It is 374 pages with numerous illustrations
in 7 by 10 inch hard cover volume.

This Yizkor book, written originally written in Yiddish and Hebrew by
former residents as a memorial to their beloved town (Dzialoszyce
Society in Israel), has been beautifully translated, edited and
annotated by Fay Bussgang and Julian Bussgang. The Translation
Project Coordinator was Menachem Daum. We are very grateful to them
for their work.

Dzialoszyce in Polish is also known as Zaloshitz in Yiddish,
Dzyaloshitse in Russian, and Dzialoshitz, Zalazhtsy, Zaleshits,
Zaloshits, and Salshits.

Go to http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/ybip/YBIP_Dzialoszyce.html to
find out how to order the book and more about the town.

The book is available at Amazon and other distributors for a
discounted price of about $43.00. List price is $58.95.

To view all the books published on the project please go to our web site:
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html

Sandra Hirschhorn
Publicity Specialist, Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc.


Belarus SIG #Belarus New Yizkor Book for Dzialoszyce, Poland #belarus

sdh2381@...
 

As Publicity Specialist for the Yizkor-Books-in-Print project, part
of the Yizkor Books Project of JewishGen, Inc, I am pleased to
announce our newest publication. Our tenth book, DZIALOSZYCE
(Dzialoshitz), contains much material that is of interest to our
genealogical community. It is 374 pages with numerous illustrations
in 7 by 10 inch hard cover volume.

This Yizkor book, written originally written in Yiddish and Hebrew by
former residents as a memorial to their beloved town (Dzialoszyce
Society in Israel), has been beautifully translated, edited and
annotated by Fay Bussgang and Julian Bussgang. The Translation
Project Coordinator was Menachem Daum. We are very grateful to them
for their work.

Dzialoszyce in Polish is also known as Zaloshitz in Yiddish,
Dzyaloshitse in Russian, and Dzialoshitz, Zalazhtsy, Zaleshits,
Zaloshits, and Salshits.

Go to http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/ybip/YBIP_Dzialoszyce.html to
find out how to order the book and more about the town.

The book is available at Amazon and other distributors for a
discounted price of about $43.00. List price is $58.95.

To view all the books published on the project please go to our web site:
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html

Sandra Hirschhorn
Publicity Specialist, Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc.


ADERMAN and BERNSTEIN in Pereyaslav #ukraine

robertjaylevy@...
 

I am searching for information about the families of my great-grandparents, Mendel ADERMAN (EJDERMAN) born 1878 and Ruchel BERNSTEIN (BERENSHTEJN) born 1881, both born in Pereyaslav or surrounding shtetlach.

They emigrated to the U.S. together in 1905. Mendel ADERMAN left behind 11 siblings, and all his brothers were believed to be rabbanim. Ruchel BERNSTEIN was the daughter of David and Slava, and, though her brother Max Bernstein and sister Feige Bernstein Shapiro joined her in the U.S., she left behind several sisters.

Thank you,

Bob Levy
Los Angeles


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine ADERMAN and BERNSTEIN in Pereyaslav #ukraine

robertjaylevy@...
 

I am searching for information about the families of my great-grandparents, Mendel ADERMAN (EJDERMAN) born 1878 and Ruchel BERNSTEIN (BERENSHTEJN) born 1881, both born in Pereyaslav or surrounding shtetlach.

They emigrated to the U.S. together in 1905. Mendel ADERMAN left behind 11 siblings, and all his brothers were believed to be rabbanim. Ruchel BERNSTEIN was the daughter of David and Slava, and, though her brother Max Bernstein and sister Feige Bernstein Shapiro joined her in the U.S., she left behind several sisters.

Thank you,

Bob Levy
Los Angeles


Lodz Ghetto Rabbinate on 11-May-1942 #lodz #poland

Fritz Neubauer
 

Dear all,

I came across this list of members of the Lodz Ghetto Rabbinate in
connection with a letter dated 11-may-1942 to the Food Stamps Department
asking for additional cheese (twarog) and vegetables rations, so it
seems to be sure that all the members at the time were listed.

The 19 members are listed with their surname and first name(s) and their
Polish Street address, all the other data including the German street
names were researched >from other available sources. It is also mentioned
that the list includes the 4 members >from the (German) "Reich"
("Rzeszy") who had been incorporated into the Rabbinate in February 1942
(BEER, Berlin; FELDMAN, Berlin; MARKUS, Hamburg and PETROWER, Hamburg)
from among the newly deported German-speaking population, see the report
in the Chronicle on 01-Feb-1942.

Two of the members died in the ghetto within the next months (Luzer
LIPSZYC and Symcha UBERBAUM). Six of the members were deported to
Chelmno and murdered there in September 1942, apparently nobody had
thought of putting them on the list of persons to be exempted >from
deportation. Three other members died after September 1942 in the Ghetto.

An excel file of the data and/or the image of the letter is available.

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


Lodz Rabbinate members on 11-May-1942

Number, Surname (with variations), Address, Polish Address, German
Address, Birth Dates >from other sources, other information >from other
sources

1. BORNSZTAJN / BORENSZTAJN, Aron, Podrzeczna 10, Am Bach 10,
born13-Jun-1896

2. BEER, Ernst, Wrobla 24, Sperlinggasse 24, born 23-Jun-1881 in
Schneidemuehl, dep. >from Berlin with transport Berlin IV on 01-Nov-1941,
dep. to Chelmno on 08-Sep-1942

3. DAB, Mordka J[uda], Stary Rynek 12, Altmarkt 12, born 1906

4. EIGER, Kira [Szyja], Jakuba 12, Rembrandtstr. 12,18-Feb-1898

5. FAJNER / FEINER, [Eliasz] Josef, Drewnowska 14, Holzstr. 14, born
5-Jun-1867 in Pietrkow, origin Aleksandrow

6. FLAJSZHAKIER, Eliasz, Stary Rynek 15, Altmarkt 15, born 28-Mar-1883

7. FELDMAN, Chaim M[oses], Limanowkskiego 50, Alexanderhofstr. 50,
born 20-Aug-1899 in Husiatyn, dep. >from Berlin with transport Berlin IV
on 01-Nov-1941, dep. to Chelmno on 08-Sep-1942

8. JAKUBOWICZ, Salomon, Brzezinska 67, Sulzfelderstr. 67/10, born
1875, died in the Ghetto on 04-Nov-1942

9. LIPSZYC / LIFSZYC, Jochenen, Wolborska 38, Rauchgasse 38/16, born
31-Oct-1894 in Krakow, dep. to Chelmno on 11-Sep-1942

10. LIPSZYC, Luzer, Rybna 14a, Fischstr. 14a/4, born 01-May-1867, died
in the Ghetto on 12-May-1942

11. LASKI, Szmul D[awid], Goplanska 28, Buchbinderstr. 28

12. MARKUS / MARCUS, Salomon, Wolborska 38, Rauchgasse 38/16, born
27-Jun-1874 in Krakow, dep. >from Hamburg on 25-Oct-1941, dep. to Chelmno
on 11-Sep-1942

13. ROZENMUTER / ROZENMUTTER, Mendel [M.], Zgierska 9, Hohensteinerstr.
9/9, born 1898 in Zdunska Wola

14. ROZENSZTAJN, Zelig, Franciszkanska 30, Franzstr. 30,1 0-Mar-1884,
dep. to Chelmno on 12-Sep-1942

15. PETROWER / PETROVER, Mojzesz [Abram], Limanowkskiego 46,
Alexanderhofstr. 46, born 7-Jun-1878 in Siget, dep. >from Hamburg on
25-Oct-1941, died in the Ghetto

16. FISZOW, Hersz, Drewnowska 4, Holzstr. 4

17. SYLMAN, Abram M[ordcha], Goplanska 28, Buchbinderstr. 28/2, born
25-Oct-1904

18. WEISS [WAJS], Mojzesz / Mojsze, Zgierska 50, Hohensteinerstr. 50/1,
born 10-Oct-1904, dep. to Chelmno on 18-Sep-1942

19. UBERBAUM, Symcha B[inem], Jakuba 12, Rembrandtstr. 12/43, born
14-Jul-1852, origin Warszawa, died in the Ghetto of arteriosclerosis on
19-Aug-1942


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Lodz Ghetto Rabbinate on 11-May-1942 #lodz #poland

Fritz Neubauer
 

Dear all,

I came across this list of members of the Lodz Ghetto Rabbinate in
connection with a letter dated 11-may-1942 to the Food Stamps Department
asking for additional cheese (twarog) and vegetables rations, so it
seems to be sure that all the members at the time were listed.

The 19 members are listed with their surname and first name(s) and their
Polish Street address, all the other data including the German street
names were researched >from other available sources. It is also mentioned
that the list includes the 4 members >from the (German) "Reich"
("Rzeszy") who had been incorporated into the Rabbinate in February 1942
(BEER, Berlin; FELDMAN, Berlin; MARKUS, Hamburg and PETROWER, Hamburg)
from among the newly deported German-speaking population, see the report
in the Chronicle on 01-Feb-1942.

Two of the members died in the ghetto within the next months (Luzer
LIPSZYC and Symcha UBERBAUM). Six of the members were deported to
Chelmno and murdered there in September 1942, apparently nobody had
thought of putting them on the list of persons to be exempted >from
deportation. Three other members died after September 1942 in the Ghetto.

An excel file of the data and/or the image of the letter is available.

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


Lodz Rabbinate members on 11-May-1942

Number, Surname (with variations), Address, Polish Address, German
Address, Birth Dates >from other sources, other information >from other
sources

1. BORNSZTAJN / BORENSZTAJN, Aron, Podrzeczna 10, Am Bach 10,
born13-Jun-1896

2. BEER, Ernst, Wrobla 24, Sperlinggasse 24, born 23-Jun-1881 in
Schneidemuehl, dep. >from Berlin with transport Berlin IV on 01-Nov-1941,
dep. to Chelmno on 08-Sep-1942

3. DAB, Mordka J[uda], Stary Rynek 12, Altmarkt 12, born 1906

4. EIGER, Kira [Szyja], Jakuba 12, Rembrandtstr. 12,18-Feb-1898

5. FAJNER / FEINER, [Eliasz] Josef, Drewnowska 14, Holzstr. 14, born
5-Jun-1867 in Pietrkow, origin Aleksandrow

6. FLAJSZHAKIER, Eliasz, Stary Rynek 15, Altmarkt 15, born 28-Mar-1883

7. FELDMAN, Chaim M[oses], Limanowkskiego 50, Alexanderhofstr. 50,
born 20-Aug-1899 in Husiatyn, dep. >from Berlin with transport Berlin IV
on 01-Nov-1941, dep. to Chelmno on 08-Sep-1942

8. JAKUBOWICZ, Salomon, Brzezinska 67, Sulzfelderstr. 67/10, born
1875, died in the Ghetto on 04-Nov-1942

9. LIPSZYC / LIFSZYC, Jochenen, Wolborska 38, Rauchgasse 38/16, born
31-Oct-1894 in Krakow, dep. to Chelmno on 11-Sep-1942

10. LIPSZYC, Luzer, Rybna 14a, Fischstr. 14a/4, born 01-May-1867, died
in the Ghetto on 12-May-1942

11. LASKI, Szmul D[awid], Goplanska 28, Buchbinderstr. 28

12. MARKUS / MARCUS, Salomon, Wolborska 38, Rauchgasse 38/16, born
27-Jun-1874 in Krakow, dep. >from Hamburg on 25-Oct-1941, dep. to Chelmno
on 11-Sep-1942

13. ROZENMUTER / ROZENMUTTER, Mendel [M.], Zgierska 9, Hohensteinerstr.
9/9, born 1898 in Zdunska Wola

14. ROZENSZTAJN, Zelig, Franciszkanska 30, Franzstr. 30,1 0-Mar-1884,
dep. to Chelmno on 12-Sep-1942

15. PETROWER / PETROVER, Mojzesz [Abram], Limanowkskiego 46,
Alexanderhofstr. 46, born 7-Jun-1878 in Siget, dep. >from Hamburg on
25-Oct-1941, died in the Ghetto

16. FISZOW, Hersz, Drewnowska 4, Holzstr. 4

17. SYLMAN, Abram M[ordcha], Goplanska 28, Buchbinderstr. 28/2, born
25-Oct-1904

18. WEISS [WAJS], Mojzesz / Mojsze, Zgierska 50, Hohensteinerstr. 50/1,
born 10-Oct-1904, dep. to Chelmno on 18-Sep-1942

19. UBERBAUM, Symcha B[inem], Jakuba 12, Rembrandtstr. 12/43, born
14-Jul-1852, origin Warszawa, died in the Ghetto of arteriosclerosis on
19-Aug-1942


Sefer Jadow - Jadow, Poland Yizkor Book Project #poland

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

Thanks to Lance Ackerfeld and his team, the entire English article from
Sefer Jadow is now available for reading at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/jadow/jade007.html.

If you have an interest in Jadow or any of the shtetlach in that area
please consider a contribution to help us translate the book. The Yizkor
Book project can only be successful with your interest and support.

The main page for the book is
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/jadow/jadow.html You may access the lists
of martyrs for Jadow and the nearby towns of Ostrowek, Baczki, Jasiorowka
and Lopianka >from that page.

Thank you,
Eden Joachim
Coordinator, Sefer Jadow


JRI Poland #Poland Sefer Jadow - Jadow, Poland Yizkor Book Project #poland

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

Thanks to Lance Ackerfeld and his team, the entire English article from
Sefer Jadow is now available for reading at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/jadow/jade007.html.

If you have an interest in Jadow or any of the shtetlach in that area
please consider a contribution to help us translate the book. The Yizkor
Book project can only be successful with your interest and support.

The main page for the book is
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/jadow/jadow.html You may access the lists
of martyrs for Jadow and the nearby towns of Ostrowek, Baczki, Jasiorowka
and Lopianka >from that page.

Thank you,
Eden Joachim
Coordinator, Sefer Jadow