DYMANT/DIAMANT & FAJERSZTAJN, Brzeziny, Chęciny & Łódź, Poland #poland
The December 1, 2022 edition of the Polish newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza carried a legal notice from the Regional Court of Central Łódź [Sąd Rejonowy dla Łodzi-Śródmieścia], Second Civil Division, on behalf of the State Treasury as represented by the Mayor of Łódź announcing that they are seeking to have the following individuals declared deceased:
The State Treasury’s request to have this family declared deceased presumably has to do with the seizure by the city government of property belonging to this family. The law requires them to announce their intention so that any potential heirs or those with information indicating that they or their descendants survived can come forward. Those with knowledge of this famliy and its fate are asked to contact the Court directly within three months of the notice’s publication, otherwise the property will pass into government hands.
In contacting the Court, reference should me made to Docket No. II Ns 511/21.
Yale J. Reisner
Jewish Records Indexing Poland holds a comprehensive set of vital records for all the members of the above-listed DYMANT/SILBERING/FAJERSZTAJN family group.
If you believe you may be descended from one of these individuals , we would encourage you to contact the JRI-Poland Town Leader for Brzeziny https://jri-poland.org/town/brzeziny/
or Łódź https://jri-poland.org/town/lodz/
The vital records we hold could help you to provide evidence to the Court of your line of descent.
We would also particularly like to find descendants of
person 3 Chaim Chaskiel DYMANT/DIAMANT and his son
person 5 Symcha Fiszel DYMANT/DIAMANT
Simcha DYMANT/DIMANT provided a page of testimony to Yad Vashem in 1977 , testifying that his father, Chaim Chaskiel [ Haim Yechezkel ] had perished in the Shoah :https://yvng.yadvashem.org/nameDetails.html?language=en&itemId=789059&ind=1
Some smart detective work by IGRA members has established that Simcha DYMANT almost certainly died in 1998. A search of the Billion Graves database revealed his matzeva in the Har Menuchot Cemetery, Given She'll, Jerusalem, which is inscribed:
Simcha Ephraim Fishel DIMANT
Born June 28 1918, Died Nov 1915 1998 [ 26 Cheshvan 5759]
Son of Haim Yehzkel DIMANT.
Billion Graves also lists another ( surviving? ) relative, named Frajdel.
We think it is very likely that Simcha Dimant married and had children and grandchildren.
We would like if possible, to locate any such living descendants of Simcha DIMANT, since they would be entitled to register their interests to the Polish Court.
Judith Silver - JRI-Poland Brzeziny Town Leader