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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.
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.
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.
The trail now points clearly to Baisogala, what was once a tiny shtetl in the Lithuanian countryside.
Simon the guide knows of a Jewish cemetery on the outskirts, but it's a cemetery he hasn't seen for ten years, as it's been flooded for a reservoir, but by an amazing stroke of luck, the team tries a wooded hillside and...there it is, remnants of old and mostly illegible Jewish tombs, where, no doubt, Michael and Jonathan's ancestors are buried." (Producer: Neil Rosser //A Ladbroke Production for BBC Radio 4).
Thanks to Ruth Marcus, Linda Hugle, Jennifer Mohr Morse, Nancy Holden, Jessica Schein, Ze'ev Sharon and many others.
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