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Seeking Birth, Death and Marriage Records for Dynow #austria-czech #poland #galicia


Ed Vogel
 

My mother-in-law, Hella Wexler nee Wenig, was born in Dynow Poland on Sep 28, 1931.  Her parents were Joseph Weinig(Jun 28, 1891) and Miriam Kasser(Nov 23, 1900).  Hella had 3 half brothers, as both Joseph and Miriam had been married previously.  Joseph's sons were Mundek(1920) and Schmulik.  Miriam's son was known as Larry, but I don't know the name he went by in Europe.  Miriam's story is rather unusual, as she actually was divorced, which is very unusual for that time.  Neither Mundek or Schmulik survived the Holocaust.  Joseph's parents were Ben Weinig and Chaia.  I would like to find as much as possible about Joseph and Miriam's siblings and ancestors.  Thanks.

Ed Vogel


NTalbot
 

Hi Ed,

My maternal family was from Dynow. I didn't find information on the Wenigs you are seeking, but I did come across the following:

-In the New York Dynower Society there was an F. Wenig member. I'm attaching a flyer from 1937 imploring members to send contributions back home to the needy F. Wenig circled. There are some photos of Wenig in the Dynower Society journals, but I don't have the copies with me as I moved recently, but when I go back to my old residence I will look. The journals are also in the collection in YIVO in NYC.
- In the Mt. Lebanon Cemetery there are buried a Hyman and Rose Wenig. 

Nina Talbot
Brooklyn, NY

NEGER & SPINRAD families from Dynow
DISTENFELD, CHARAK, ADLER & WILDER families from Kamionka Strumilowa


Stanley Diamond
 

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While the vital  records of Dynow did not survive, I am pleased to advise that
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland https://jri-poland.org/  has fully extracted the 
Dynow Books of Residents.

There are a number of entries for the WEINIG and KASSER/KOSSER and related
families.

There are also 900 different family names in the Dynow Books of Residents project
as well as 183 towns other than Dynow noted as Place of Birth.

Researchers making a qualifying contribution in support of the extraction of the
Dynow Books of Residents are eligible to receive all entries for their families. 

To inquire about this project, please write to dynow@...

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.  (Montreal, 514-484-0100)
Executive Director, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc.
 

10a. 
Seeking Birth, Death and Marriage Records for Dynow #austria-czech #poland #galicia
From: Ed Vogel
Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2020 22:58:18 EDT
  • My mother-in-law, Hella Wexler nee Wenig, was born in Dynow Poland on Sep 28, 1931.  
  • Her parents were Joseph Weinig (Jun 28, 1891) and Miriam Kasser (Nov 23, 1900).  
  • Hella had 3 half brothers, as both Joseph and Miriam had been married previously.  
  • Joseph's sons were Mundek (1920) and Schmulik.  
  • Miriam's son was known as Larry, but I don't know the name he went by in Europe.  
  • Miriam's story is rather unusual, as she actually was divorced, which is very unusual for that time.  
  • Neither Mundek or Schmulik survived the Holocaust.  
  • Joseph's parents were Ben Weinig and Chaia.  
I would like to find as much as possible about Joseph and Miriam's siblings and ancestors.  

Thanks.

Ed Vogel

 My mother-in-law, Hella Wexler nee Wenig, was born in Dynow Poland on Sep 28, 1931.  
Her parents were Joseph Weinig(Jun 28, 1891) and Miriam Kasser(Nov 23, 1900).  
Hella had 3 half brothers, as both Joseph and Miriam had been married previously.  
Joseph's sons were Mundek (1920) and Schmulik.  Miriam's son was known as Larry, but 
I don't know the name he went by in Europe.  
Miriam's story is rather unusual, as she actually was divorced, which is very unusual for that time.  
Neither Mundek or Schmulik survived the Holocaust. 
Joseph's parents were Ben Weinig and Chaia.  
I would like to find as much as possible about Jose