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The most common surname appears to be LUBICH, with over 300 entries (almost all form the city of Grodno).
Male heads of households have patronymics, so there are actually many more individuals referenced in these records than the 22,148 records themselves.
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His name was Kalman Borensthain [bernstein] I think from Kovno, until the name was changed to Berns in the 1930's. My matrilineal heritage is my grandfather Mordechai Antonos of Vilna, who migrated circa 1918 from Paris to the US. Cell: (312) 402 7282 E-fax: (312) 277 6755 program can be heard @ Here begins an extraordinary journey to Lithuania and Belarus for broadcaster and writer Michael Freedland and his son, Guardian journalist and best-selling author, Jonathan.
Can you please give me some guidance on how to find any relatives, however distant, who may still be alive..... Do you have more informations of it and who have the photo? Smith, CLU, Ch FC, CLTC CA Insurance Lic# 0741819 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 600 Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Tel (323) 965-6327 Fax (323) 965-0941 Jewishgen: Dear all, One of my Grandfather's sisters; Roza SHUB, born Usdin ( c1894) married Solomo, son of Haim SHUB. Their children: - Simen, born in 1920 in Poland - Bella, born in 1932 in Poland . Christine Usdin France From: Alex Noyenski In your research on Slonim, have you come across a little village that was located near Slonim called Gnoino? These two countries once thronged with Jewish life, a life that was all but extinguished by successive regimes- Russian Czarists, Soviets and then the Nazis who, with the help of some Lithuanians, managed to totally decimate many towns and villages, or shtetls.
We have another version of this picture taken minutes minutes apart with some of the men in a different position. The Polish garage mechanic, Tadeusz Kuzibau, is standing next to the motorcycle I wonder if You know about the fate of Ryfka Boszes. My Mother, Chana, married my father Yosel Turkienicz, or Turkenicz. After marriage in David Horodok,or David Grodak March 12, 1919 or I believe the Jewish calendar was Feb, 14, 1919 They then left to my Fathers home town of Stolin (nearby) till approx: April or May 1921, when they left for America.
She was working at Korczak Orphanage Bursa when studying medicine. They got off the ship in Warsaw, Poland for my mother to give birth to my brother Yankel (Jack) They proceeded to go to Odvok for the birth and then after a short time, again left for America on the ship SS Mauretania, arriving in New York City via London England June 12, 1921. on my family and their possessions, and whatever you know. His children ( information from "Geni") Paul Kraines, Anne Firestone, Harry L.
It also now includes information about searching for revision list records.They are taken to Janova and Kedainiai, both once busy shtetls, alive with Jewish businesses, shops and culture.Sadly in such places where there was once a high proportion of Jews, few now remain and synagogues have disappeared or fallen into disrepair.Afterwards when MD she took care of Orphanage children. Her father, like my grandfather Boruch Wasserman were both teachers in Jewish School in Pinsk. Roman Wasserman Wroblewski son of Mischa at the attached picture. My great grandfather Simon Persky was from Volozhin. Witnessing my parents wedding in David Grodak was Rabbi Zev Wolf Ginzufin and Sh'maryah Lansky. Looking forward to a early response and thanking you in advance, Respectfully Leonard Turken Rabbi Kraines of Johanesburg, South Africa, wrote me about his grandfather; Yitzcak Tuvia Kraines was born in Smorgon in about 1878 to Pesach Kraines. Kraines ( the father of the rabbi) , Maury Kraines and Cele Freifield.My relation to the Kraines of Smorgon is via Esther nee Kraines was born in Smoron to David Kraines son of Yitzcak Kraines.
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.