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Stacye Mehard Virginia Studying the Families of Alperovich of Kurenets; Ipp of Kaunas; Krokin / Krokinovsky / Crockin of Crockin of Kaunas and Baltimore and Norfolk, Va; Lewitan of Kobylnik, Dokshits-Dokkshytsy, Lithuania and Belarus; Luloff / Lulow / Lulove of Dokshits-Dokkshytsy and Minsk; Piastunovich of Kurenets & Dokshits-Dokkshytsy; Rapoport of Kaunas; Rosenthal / Roszental of Dokshits-Dokkshytsy; Sass / Zess of Lithuania and Poland; Smigelsky of Grodno and Shenandoah, Pennsylvania This year's commemoration ceremony at Ponar (Paneriai) was held today, attended by government officials, the diplomatic corps, and a sizable crowd of mostly Jewish participants.
Ponar is the mass grave site near Vilnius where 100,000 civilians -- around 70,000 of them Jews of Vilna and its environs Litvak SIG is pleased to announce that the Kaunas Family List Project is now complete.
In Kaunas, an interview with Professor Egidius Aleksandrovicius lays out the entire history of Jewry in Lithuania.
In Vilnius, the family focus is re-established as they visit the National Archives where they learn a lot about the Freedlands and the Mindels, discovering crumbling nineteenth century archives that refer to what could be Michael's ancestors.
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 would be interested in hearing of any travel tips you may have collected over the years -- I.e. I believe, though I am not certain, that the young man sitting low down at the table to the right of the photo could be my aunt's father, Barnett (Barney). If it is Barnett, I am also interested in tracking down when he came to the UK. I remember my grand mother telling me this is where he is from. Brother of Michael Gordin and his kids emigrate in USA, and my mother corresponded with them.Kramer , Samuel Kramer and Bertha Green ) You could see their pictures and read their stories at; nee Pitov was the daughter of Keila nee Spektor/ Levitan, she was born in Kurenets c 1902.Badana came to Eretz Israel in 1924 and married Yaakov Dori (1899–1973) (Hebrew: ???? ) who was the first Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). I believe that my paternal grandfather migrated to the US circa 1900..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.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.The explanatory information for the Belarus Revision lists has also been updated so it now included information about the Belarus Revision Lists dataset as well as this new dataset.