town finder in Bohemia from 1800s


Shelly Crane
 

Hello, 
I'm trying to find a modern day town for a shtetl written on several family documents.  Town search hasn't been helpful.   I've seen different spellings  "Untergamnie,"  
"Unter Jamney," "Unterjanij,"   "Unter-Tomnie." The family name is Bymel and they immigrated to Chicago.
 
Any ideas? 

Thanks in advance.

Shelly Levin
crzprncess@...


Renee Steinig
 

The place appears to be what's now Dolní Jamné (4958 1303) in the Czech Republic.

I found it by searching the JewishGen Gazetteer (https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocTown.aspfor a town name that contains the text JAM, near Prague.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills NY
genmaven@...

Shelly Crane <Crzprncess@...> asked:

  
I'm trying to find a modern day town for a shtetl written on several family documents. Town search hasn't been helpful. I've seen different spellings "Untergamnie,"  
"Unter Jamney," "Unterjanij,"   "Unter-Tomnie." The family name is Bymel and they immigrated to Chicago.


Bob Lenk
 

I believe the town is Dolní Jamné, Bezvěrov, okres Plzeň-sever, Plzeňský kraj, known as Unter Jamny in German.  There is one existing vital register, HBMa 315, at http://www.badatelna.eu/fond/1073/zaznam/412/reprodukce/

Bob Lenk
Fort Collins, CO USA



Hello, 
I'm trying to find a modern day town for a shtetl written on several family documents.  Town search hasn't been helpful.   I've seen different spellings  "Untergamnie,"  
"Unter Jamney," "Unterjanij,"   "Unter-Tomnie." The family name is Bymel and they immigrated to Chicago.
 
Any ideas? 

Thanks in advance.

Shelly Levin