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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.
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.
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.
The trail now points clearly to Baisogala, what was once a tiny shtetl in the Lithuanian countryside.
It also now includes information about searching for revision list records.Thanks to Ruth Marcus, Linda Hugle, Jennifer Mohr Morse, Nancy Holden, Jessica Schein, Ze'ev Sharon and many others.I coordinated the project from start to finish, Ruth Silver guided the coordination, and Irene Kudish did the translation. If they are not answered in the information page Revision I will write a follow-up message.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.