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is the old Jewish cemetery open to the public, or do private arrangements need to be made in advance to visit? He was born about 1895 in Vilna and naturalized British in 1920, but I don't know when he left for the UK. I am attaching a later photograph of Barnett and his brother Abraham. His daughter Gertrude Persky Levin is now also deceased. However all the connections and addresses are lost now. Reuven Slutskin [email protected] have been searching for info. My Mothers name was Chana, born in David Gorodok, Russia March 18, 1899. Both He and my Grandmother had approx:4 Boys and 5 daughters.Best wishes Norman Jacobs Hi- My father is the third standing from the left of ("Krakow Ghetto" pic 62) this picture: Adam Goldberger. Thanks, Ari Goldberger Jewish inmates in the Montelupich prison in Krakow, who worked in the Gestapo's central garage on Konarski Street. In the photo: Bobi Kahana (on the left), Rimek Meirovic, Friedlander, Feldman, Sloman, Kornhauzer, Rott, Izio Apel - Kapita, Moshe Eintracht, and Goldberg. Please help me to renew the connections with my relatives in USA. My Grandfather was known as "Usher the Perevozchic" He owned 2 Cargo and 3 Passenger Ships, in addition to his own home in David Horodok.
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Sonia and Shimon Peres with David and Paula Ben-Gurion at the bar mitzvah of their son ; Yoni Peres, August 1965 Over 22,000 names have been added to Jewish Gen's Belarus SIG database in a data set named "Grodno and Volkovysk Uyezd Revision Lists." Primarily, the records are of two types. From the 1858 Revision Lists (census) for Grodno Uyezd (district) towns: Indura (Amdur), Kaminka, Krynki, Lunna, Mosty, Ozery, Skidel, Volpa (Wolp), Vola (Wola) and Berestovitsa, and over 8700 records from the city of Grodno itself. From 1853 alphabetical conscription lists of males from Volkovysk Uyezd towns: Izabelin, Jalowka (Yalovka) Poland, Lopenitsky, Lyskovo, Mstibava, Novy Dvor, Peski, Porozovo, Ros, Svislach, Volkovysk and Zelva. Other significant data included in this data set are: - 1850 revision lists of the Galilee and Israel farming colonies - Additional revision list from the City of Grodno with 400 entries - about 1400 entries from the 1858 revision list for the town of Volkovysk.
After Grodno City (more than 9000 records), the largest collections are for Krynki (1900 entries) and Amdur ("Indura") (1400 entries).
Yerachmiel Berns A friend showed me a link with photos of the Jewish community in Crakow which you created: am interesting about the photo No. I like to use the photo for my dissertation about Deaf Jews Please feel free to contact me. Thanks, Mark Zaurov I just stumbled onto your website recently. .( during the war they escaped to the Soviet Union). Knowing that their forebears settled in the UK in the late 19th century they set off to try to find any trace of the Freedlands who came from Baisogala in Lithuania and the Mindels from Dunilovichy in Belarus.
My great-great-grandmother was Rachael Perlman, nee Chait, who was born in Baisogala, Lithuania around 1840. I note from your website an Asna Chait, nee Kriger. From 1946 to 1974, they lived in Vilnius For more information and pictures; SHUB is buried in the Jewish cemetery of Vilnius. As the journey progresses, it becomes a broader search- a search for Jewish life.
I plan to go to Slonim, where my grandfather was born. I am just wondering if anyone knows the names of the Magid Family shown on Vilna os-91. Leizer Gordin (z.l) was my great-grandfather, Michael Gordin(z.l) - my grandmother, Zelda Gordin (z.l) - my mother and I - Reuven Slutskin - was born in Daugavpils in 1934.