Tarnobrzeg #galicia

Gayle Schlissel Riley

New documents coming >from sources in Poland

1. One is a set of Holocaust records.
2. I did find a few 18th docs relating to commerce/leases with
the names and signatures of Jews in Tarnobrzeg.
I will bring them to Philly if they come before I leave and/or
they will go on the web site.

Great News and Great Friends
Gayle >from San Gabriel

Joan Edelstein

I’m relatively new to the email list and finally figured out how to reply to the group. My maternal grandmother was from Tarnobrzeg and immigrated here when she was 5 in 1900. When I went to the Lauder Foundation in Warsaw, I was able to get a lot of information on her family. I also visited there with my daughter around 15 years ago.
In any case, of the family who remained in Tarnobrzeg, there were no known survivors of the Holocaust. I would very much like to do some more research to see if I can find more about them and their families. Any suggestions you have of groups to join, Facebook pages, etc. would be greatly appreciated.

I am also interested in others whose families were from Tarnobrzeg to see if there are any connections.

Thanks so much! Joan