lodz digest: January 17, 2007 #poland #lodz

Barbara Rubinstein <barbara@...>

It could be Leczyca, a little town near Lodz. http://www.leczyca.info.pl/
Barbara Rubinstein

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Subject: Leneyce ? Linchess ? Lynczyz
From: Rivka Schirman <capitetes@...>
Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2007 23:18:10 +0100
Oy ...
I have finaly found documents concerning my husband's maternal family
- these are records of the Jewish Registry >from Brussles, concerning
m embers of the LESLAU Family, who came to Brussels >from Lodz.
However, the birth place of my late father in law - Szulem Einoch
Leslau is written on one doc as "Leneyce ", on another child's card
it is given as " Linchess " and on the third child's card, as
"Lynczyz". On the birth certificate of a 4th child, next to the name
of the father's birth place, it is noted "Pologne russe (Russian
The problem is that neither of the spellings gives any thing that
makes sense when I try to locate the place with shtetel sekaer.
Anyone has an idea of what is this place and where ? Furthermore,
does the town of "Pentka" means anything to anyone ?
Tks in advance
Rivka (for Chalom) Schirman
Paris, France

Edna Hoover

Also researching Loser Hirsch BAUMGARTEN >from Leczyca, Lodz Area, migrated
to Belgium, probably between the two World Wars. Deported with wife, Mariem
Hinde REINHOLD-FUHRER & 2 children Nesanel Wolf & Anna.

"Edna Hoover"
JGFF Researcher # 66736
B'klyn NY

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