Visnice and Novy Sacz #galicia
Ariane Mil <mil-mmc@...>
Does anyone have information where Visnice (Galicia) was and where vital
records of Novy Sacz and Visnice could be found?
Ariane Mil-Guttmann, Zurich, Switzerland mil-mmc@...
GUTTMANN, GUTMANN, GOODMAN, Visnice - Novy Sacz (Neu Sandez) - Przemysl -
Prag - London
BUCHSBAUM, Krakow - Novy Sacz - Prag
MIL, BEREK, LIPLAWSKI , LANDSTOCK, Warsaw
WERNIKOFF, WERNICOFF, Kischineff, Sguritza (Russia), Bologna (Italy)
GORDON, Kischineff (Russia)
ROISNER, Attachi (Russia)
RITTNER, Warsaw, New York
ROTTENBERG, Warsaw, London
PARKET, Warsaw, New York
GARBASKI, GARBALSKA, KARBASKY, GARBAFSKI, Krasnopol (Russia), Untergimpern,
ROKOWSKI, ROKOFSKI, ROKOFSKY, Sowalki, Krasnopol (Russia) Untergimpern,
Neckarbischofsheim (Germany),- Switzerland - USA
GUNTZBURGER, GINTZBURGER, GUNZBURGER, GUENTZBURGER Hegenheim, Huningue
ULLMANN, ULMO, Sierentz (Alsace, France)
PICARD, Regisheim, Altkirch (Alsace, France)
NETTER, Bergheim, Regisheim, Altkirch, Huningue (Alsace, France)
ZIVI, Muellheim, Freiburg, (Germany), Altkirch (France)
NEUSS, Freiburg, Heidelberg (Germany)
Hello Ariane,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Please be more specific about the information you look for:
Buchsbaum (Buxbaum?) >from Novy-Sacz? I know about
Buchsbaum originated >from CIESZANOW (in Galicia too).
Kfar Yona, ISRAEL.
The Village of Visnice (for some reason often confused with Vishnitz in
Bucovina) is in Western Galicia near Novy Sacz (Sanz) and near other famous
towns like Brezko. (Brigel in Yiddish), Liminov, Bochnia other villages too
numerous to mention. This is the area south of Krakow and west of Aushwitz
and was among other things near the great western Galicia salt deposits.
Many of those who have origins in this area had family who took part on the
great Vienna migration dating to the mid 19th century through the interbellum
period of the early 1930's. Some also ended up in Western Hungary and what
became officially known as Burgenland after 1921. ( the area in South Eastern
Austria famous for the Sheva Kehillot - The Seven Holy Cities, the most well
known of which is Eisenstadt). Many also came to America.
For those who actually have origins in Visnice, its virtually impossible that
their ancestors were not Chassidim. By the 1870's this area was one of the
strongest Chassidic enclaves in all of Europe. Many if the inhabitants of
Visnice were in fact followers of the Sanzer Chassidic dynasty. I wish I had
more time to discuss this but I have to run. I hope this helps a little.