Records for years: 1996-1997
Mon,29 Dec 1997 15:59:24 EST
From: LindaG16 LindaG16$$$aol.com
Your Lvov site is a terrific source for information. Unfortunately,my
was four years old when he left Lemberg in 1905, and couldn't remember
anything about the city. My grandfather died before I ever becameso
interested in our family history, and I therefore, regret not havingasked
more of him.
The family name of Goldner was said to originally be some variantof Parnes,
Parness or Parnis. My grandfather’s (or greatgrandfather’s) generationrenamed
themselves back in Austria-Hungary as Goldner, after a "g’veer"(an important
individual) of Lemberg. The reasons for the name change areno longer known.
We're Jewish, but I've come across Goldners who are Christian.
My grandfather Elias was born in Lemberg in 1870 to Wolf Zev. Wedon’t know
Elias’ mother’s name. Elias was a grain dealer, buying fromfarmers and selling
Elias married Leja Krumztock, daughter of Reb Mo(i)she Daniel Krumztockof
Warsaw. (The family name may have been spelled Kramsztyk.) Leja’s
mother’smaiden name may have been Blume. Either Leja or Elias came from a
familywith an innkeeper.
Elias emigrated to Philadelphia in 1903. The name Wisloboki,not Lemberg,
appears on the ship’s log as the city of origin and is repeatedon my
father’s naturalization papers. Perhaps Wisloboki was a neighborhoodin, or
suburb of, Lemberg. My grandfather sent for his family in 1905.
Does these names sound familiar to any Galizianers? Does anyone knowwhat or
where Wisloboki was back at the turn of the century?
Linda Joy Goldner
Date: Sun, 07 Dec 1997 11:32:45 -0500
From: Springer glennNOSPAM$$$passport.ca
Thank you for putting up this informativesite. Like
many others in this guestbook, I am
interested in searching my roots. I learned that my
grandfather's family came from Lemburg originally. Theyemigrated to the
USA some time before WorldWar 1. Apparently they were some kind of
innkeepersat the end of the 19th century and I remember hearing that
KaiserWilhelm had stopped at the inn.
Does anyone know the name "Springer" or, originally,"Spruenger"? My
grandmother's familywas "Tishler", also from the area, I believe.
Can someonedirect me to additional sites I
Date: Sat, 6 Dec 1997 20:41:17 EST
From: VOICE 987
We love your city. We last visited with Mary Lu Walker.Would
in locating Maxim Timchencko. Please tell him theHorns love him.
Date: Thu, 4 Dec 199723:16:04
Hi, I'm trying to trace a placenear the Lviv area
that existed pre 2nd world war. I have what I thinkare english spellings of the
area. I think they could possibly sound likethe original name:
Ozumlo Ozomli Ozomlu Ozomla Orzomla
Any info about these names would be greatly appreciated.
Date: Thu, 4Dec 1997
Just visited your page whilst surfing aimlessly. looksgood.only
recently started in
computers so havn't got a page yet. Nice touch tohave a guest book.
Bruno, Ware, Hertfordshire, England.
Date: Mon, 1 Dec1997 16:41:33
Last september22nd died
father Estanislao Kascinski Werner who lived in
Santiago (Chile) 50 years.
We needsome information
about him for our publication "La Revista
Catolica" (founded 1843) . I need the tel-fax numberof
(Poland) old Lwow dioceses, because Lwow is in Ucranianow
We knowabout father
He was born in Lwow on october 21st, 1906; prieston june 15th, 1930;
think he was in Dachau and after in Montecasino'sbattle.
Hoping youcan help us,
Date: Wed, 12
Nov 1997 16:53:32 +0100
I'm looking for links about Lvov's Opera.
Could You help me?
Date: Sun, 09 Nov 1997 19:35:10 +0100
From: Jaroslav Holobrady intercai$$$mbox.vol.cz
A few years ago I was in Lvov (I have spent about week,thee). This
Maybe, I will have some business trip to Lvov again.
I have a good friends there.
Jarda from Prague.
Date: Sun, 09 Nov 1997
Good Day, My name is Leeza.
I was born and raised in Lvov, moved to the Statesin 1991.
I finished school #52, class of 91.
Miss the city very much and hope to visit it again.
It is a great page, thanks...
If anyone wants to e mail me, it is LVOV91$$$aol.com
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 1997
Greetings from toronto,canada,
How is the wheather in lviv? i have a greatinterest
in your city because my grandparents use to live there.They use to
12 ulasa samczukstreet,which use to be called ratslavitskystreet.
My grandfather use to work at 11 pekarsky street,
which is downtown lviv, could you tell me if thesetwo addresses
the bussiness address consist of two three story buildings,andthe
address was a beautiful residential house,i wouldappreciate any
you can find on these two addresses.
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 199713:46:40 EST
I was wondering who I wouldcontact when
looking for my great
grandmothers family. There is a possibility that shemight have come
from Lviv. Her name was Marianna Deregielambo. She marrieda Roch Zima. Their
daughter, in turn, married my grandfather in the USA.They were both from small
villages in what is now Southern Poland, outsideof Krosno, Jasionka and
Lubatowa. It is not usual for people with Italiansurnames to be found in this
area., I'm guessing thatMarianna's fatherwas some type of travelling
artisan, painter, stone mason, or horsethief. God only knows. Please let me
know of who I might contact in Lvivthat might shed some light on the matter.
Sincerely, Paul P. Valtos (Woltusz*)
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 14:55:39+0200
From: denys shangin
It is a very good page. I live in Lviv, Butnow I'm in
somebody help me to find E-mail of Hotel "Dnister".Thanks.
Date: Thu, 09
Oct 1997 12:43:04 +0200
Your Page and links very nice to me.
I leaved Lvov in 1994 .
Now I studing in colleg in Israel .
After I Will finish the studing ,I am planing backto Lvov .
Thank you . By
Date: Wed, 24 Sep
1997 14:54:17 -0400 (EDT)
I have started a search on my father's family. I am told they
Lemberg or a town nearby named Przemyslana. I believe, if my
of what has been told to me, my grandfather, Meier(spelling)was a
distributor and was on the City Coucil of Lembergin the early
grandmother, Taube, came to the US after WWII.
I did locate a listing of names from towns under
where there was a listing of surnames, given names,year, "akt" (?)
(Marraige, Birth, Death) which I cannot seem to getback
to. The name was
not listed as Zell but as Joel. I presume thatthe latter name
pronounced as we pronounce the former with a soft"zed".
Is this so? If
so, then the name may have been changed when my fathercame to the US
Is there an on-line date file where I can getcloser to the
Alan J. Zell
Wed, 24 Sep 1997 02:08:12 -0700
I am very much interested in getting in touch with my cousin Bohdan, butI have
been unable to get in touch with him. Unfortunately I do not speakUkranian, but
he speaks and reads English quite well. I was
wondering if you know of the Lviv Conservatory ofmusic, where his
father Zenon Daszak once taught the Viola.
I wouldmuch appreciate
any information you could give me as to anyone at the Conservatorythat might
have an e-mail address or be able to
help me in some way. Can you help me ?
Date: Sun, 14 Sep 1997 13:06:29 -0500
From: Ron Senechal senechal$$$wt.net
I am looking for relatives fromLvov. My
Walter Paul, was born Mar. 2, 1886 in or near Lvov. His father name
was Roch Kowalczyk, and his mothers first name was Balbina.
Thanks for any help, RonSenechal /
Date: Sat, 13 Sep 199723:46:23 -0400
Looking for classmates who graduated from LvovHigh School #5
My name is Victor Trub. I live in Philadelphia, USsince 1974.
Emigrated from USSR in 1973. Completed 4 years ofstudies at Lvov
Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 17:36:30 -0700
From: don finkel
what an interestimg page
i happened across it while searching out 2 neighbouringtowns:
zolochev and zborov from a recent [good] atlas
qn: do you think these towns may have been called Cholojowand
Toporow in the past?
if so could you point me where i could enquire toget photographs or
ndeed any material?
family names finkel and mehlman
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 1997 10:17:09
From: "Giuseppe Verdi" lviv$$$usa.net
Hi ! I really don't know, whether I should useEnglish or
it out in Russian, but as I believe , not everybodyhere is either
Ukrainian (sorry, can't do it on my Netscape e-mail)or Russian
(KOI-8) , I'll go into English.
Yeah, really tnx for Lvov's page. I left it at 1974and was quite
eager to see it again - and I did it twice, bringingthe second time
older boy for his bar-mitzva trip to see the beautiesof my home
though it was somewhat dirty and drab,-I still wasproud of it. By
way, I'm 52nd school 1970 graduate and my Englishteacher was
Vasilyevna (don't remember her surname, but if shestill leaves - can
smbdy give her a kiss on my behalf?)
My only hope for Lviv is that city's fathers willcome to their
senses, will recall the city's international characterdespite the
between ukrainians, russians, jews and poles,willtame the most
outrageous nationalists, will stop looking for theirown immediate
good and will
start pouring more effort and vigor into re-makingof Lviv.
Ju. Brodovskiy (Lviv - Israel)
Date: Sat, 30 Aug 1997 09:29:55 +0200
From: Bernd_Sattler$$$t-online.de (BerndSattler)
I enjoyed about this website. The pictures are verybeautiful.
Date: 27 Aug 97 14:49:53 +0000
From: Jane Koval jkoval$$$dot.wa.gov.au
Hi my name is Jane Koval (name westernised here inPerth, Australia)
I'm after some photos of the village of medwesa/medwezaabout 30kms
Northwest of lviv/lvov to give to my old dad. - naturally I'mwilling to pay He
may also still have some relatives in the village ifanyone is visiting
his name Piotr/Dmitri born 1922/1926 (he's a bit confusedbecause of
the war) family members Ivan/Gregor/Sofia/Katerina. jkoval$$$dot.wa.gov.au
Date: Thu, 21 Aug 97 14:12:10 -0500
Very nice Web page, I enjoyed it. I was born and raisedin Lvov, went
school #52 and Lvov University.
Did you know, your site came up at #1 when I did asearch on "Lvov"
I'm glad that University guys finally got their Website up, too bad
pages are under construction.
Date: Sun, 17 Aug 1997 08:57:22 -0400
From: ALL4U777 all4u777$$$way.com
Privet. Klassnaya stranichka. I iz New Yorka.
Uexal so Lvova 5 let nazad.
Date: Tue,29 Jul 1997
15:51:11 -0400 (EDT)
I like your page very much.
I have lived in Lviv since 1976 for almost 10 years.I walked the
thousands times and I am missing it too.
I lived on Pekarska, Zelena, Mayakovska, Kalinina,Mista Pech,
Pogulyanka, Lichakivska (vul. Lenina) and NekrasovaSt. I have
friends but I lost touch with all of them.
Does anybody know how to obtain a new telephone bookfor m.
Lviv. I would like to
reestablish contacts with my friends:
Nataliya Omelyanovna Gurska, 1954r.
Volodimir and Liudmila Boguslavski, 1955r.
Boris A. Burkatovski, 1955
Pavel Korchagin, 1955
Sergei Molochko, 1956,
Nadiya Maxim, 1952
Leonid Duboviy, 1961
Yuriy Rappoport, 1956
Also my wife is planing to visit this wonderful
city. Can you provide more information abouthotels, etc.
Date: Tue, 29 Jul 1997 18:50:03 +0300
First of all a great compliment to you for this lovelypiece of work
love for your city.
My (Jewish)origins are from Ukraine - Father fromLwow(he studied at
my mother is from Stanislawow, which I understandis not very far. I
very much want to visit
my roots in the Ukraine and would appreciate if anybodycould send me
addresses of a couple of
local Travel gencies or independent tour guides soas to enable me to
with them a short 7-10 days trip in and around Lwow.I thank you for
Date: Tue, 29 Jul 1997 21:43:07+1000
From: Boris Feldman
Thank you for putting your page together. Its seemsthat I am not the
only person from this wonderful town.
Date: Sat, 26 Jul 1997 23:11:08 -0400
From: "Betty, Owen, Joanna and Allison" 2rhinos$$$nais.com
I am trying to get some information on a small townwhich was a
suburb (in a manner of speaking) of L'vov named Magrover (spellingbase on
pronunciation; for all I know it might be Magrieve, etc.) Do youknow where I
may be able to get more information?
Date: Sat, 26 Jul 1997 13:39:06 -0400
From: Mike Bashucki mbashuki$$$mnsi.net
I am looking for historical information on Lvov andsurrounding
area.My grandmother and grandfather were born in this areain the late 1800's
and moved to Canada in the 1920's.Unfortunately we don'tknow too much about our
family history so any information would be greatlyappreciated.
mike bashucki (baszucki) mbashuki$$$mnsi.net
Date: Thu, 24 Jul 1997 19:33:32 -0400 (EDT)
IT IS EXTREMELY NICE TO SEE SOME INFORMATION ABOUTMY OLD HOME TOWN.
WHEN I WAS A YOUNG BOY,WE WERE ALL PROUD OF THE FACTTHAT OUR CITY WAS
CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITIES IN EUROPE.THEREWERE MANY WELL
KEPT PARKS WITHIN THE CITY WHERE LOCAL PEOPLE COULD ENJOYMOMENTS OF RELAXATION
AND ADMIRE GARDENS FULL OF FLOWERS AND A VARIETYOF TREES. SOME OF THE PARKS
WERE ALSO AVAILABLE DURING WINTER MONTHS FORSKIING AND SLEDGING. ONE REMARKABLE
FACT ABOUT THE CITY, WHICH WAS NOTGENERALLY KNOWN, IS THAT WERE THREE
ARCHBISHOPS RESIDING WITHIN IT'S BOUNDARIES.THERE WAS ROMAN CATHOLIC,GREEK
CATHOLIC, AND ARMENIAN CATHOLIC. THE CITYALSO BOASTED OF TWO MAJOR EDUCATIONAL
SYSTEMS; THE UNIVERSITY OF LWOW ANDLWOW POLYTECHNIC. THERE WERE ALSO TWELVE
HIGH SCHOOLS AND ONE PRIVATE SECONDARYSCHOOL, TO PROVIDE EDUCATION FOR YOUNG
MEN AND WOMEN OF THE CITY AND THESURROUNDING AREA.
STAN BIERNACIK HAMBURG NY
BORN LWOW - 1920
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 1997 07:42:35 -0700
A very nice site.
I dont understand how I missed it in the last monthsI surf the
I'm looking after relatives of Eber Wellerstien (Jewish).
The origin of the Wellerstein family is from Kristonopol,and they
came to Lwow after 1st world war. The family had a carpentry inZMARSTYNOW,
Eber Wellerstein came to Israel in 1934 alone. After2nd world war he
got no connection with the family.
If someone knows something about the family pleaselet me know.
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 18:15:52 -0400
From: "Karina B. Madfis" k.bessonova$$$csu-e.csuohio.edu
Hey, I was born in Lvov too! in 1977. I wasn't therefor six years,
and miss it. I agree it's a very beautiful city. I livedin New York (which is
pretty cool too), and now I am finishing a universityin Cleveland. Anybody from
School #9 on Kopernika?
Date: Sat, 5 Jul 1997 20:59:17 +0800
From: "alex" alex$$$iexpress.net.au
I was born in Lvov too. I think the same way - it'sthe most
beautiful city in the world. I live in Perth now, which has gotan oldest suburb
called Fremantle reminding me of Lvov.
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 1997 17:47:18 +0200
From: elange elange$$$euv-frankfurt-o.de
your homepage + links are really good and informative.
Last month I visited L'VIV and I was very impressedby the nice city
and people there. What a shame that going to Ukraine isso difficult (Visa etc.)
By the way, I study cultural science at the European- University Viadrina in
Frankfurt (Oder), Germany on the border with Poland.I concentrate on Eastern
European history and love to travel there.
Anja Sokolow (euv-5107$$$euv-frankfurt-o.de)
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 1997 01:11:53 -0400 (EDT)
If you wish you might wonna have a look at my page.My name is Victor
Tsaran and I spent about 10 years studying in Lviv. Ihave lots of friends
there. Currently I am studying in Philadelphia, butafter come back to Lviv.
Best regards, Victor
E-mail: vtsaran$$$nimbus.temple.edu WWW:
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 1997 21:08:26 -0400
Hi! Thank you for letting me visit our birthplace.I have not had the
opportunity to return and revisit Lviv, yet, maybe thissummer? Keep up this
great page and maybe we can gatter more " dzuliks".
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 1997 14:11:05 +-300
From: ILI AND ARK arkili$$$netvision.net.il
My name is Arkadi Turian I am here with son ILI andwife Elena. We
live in Israel 6 years but we all born in Lvov. If anybodyknow us from Lvov or
Israel please send us E-Mail: arkili$$$netvision.net.ilGoodbye
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 1997 21:40:44 -0800
From: Gary Nixon gnixon$$$quiknet.com
I have just been visitng your page on Lviv! Very nicework! I arrived
there looking for information youmay have.
Do you know of a list of those that perished in fightingin the
1940's in Lviv? I am trying to determine if a man, whose familyI am trying to
trace, was among those that died. He was a Major in thePolish Army.
If you know of such a reference, please let me know.
And, yes, it does look like a very beautiful city!!!
Date: Sat, 28 Dec 1996 17:47:32 -0500
From: Vladimir Vervelsky vspace$$$total.net
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