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Date: Mon, 21 Dec 1998 08:02:22 +0100
From: Eugeniusz Janicki ejanicki$$$friko3.onet.pl

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Poland.




Date: Sat, 19 Dec 1998 14:31:53 -0500
From: ERNIE TORRES erniet$$$webspan.net

I was trying to get information on the Web about
the healing waters of Truckavech. I understand that
this is a Healing Spa located near Lviv.

If you know a webpage that can give me information
about it, please let me know as my wife would like to
go there.

Thank you very much!

Ernie
ErnieT$$$Webspan.net




Date: Wed, 16 Dec 1998 22:53:58 -0800
From: Edward J Mroz ejmroz$$$ns.sympatico.ca

My parents were born in a village just outside Lwow, in the early 1900's
at a place called Bulchney( I think that's right). Do you know of any
place that I can gather more information on this area?

Would appreciate any help, guidance that you can give me.

Reagrds EDZIU




Date: Sun, 13 Dec 1998 12:44:36 EST
From: RAD2310$$$aol.com

I have been reading your page on Lviv this morning. My grandmother was from
Nestrov, formerly Zolkiew. When my family came to this country they came with
their church records. If possible, I would like to find out if any of my
relatives are still in the area by researching church records. The family
names are Iwaniuk & Matusz. Can you offer any suggestions as to how I may be
able to continue further?

Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Mark T. Miles




Date: Wed, 9 Dec 1998 23:59:09 EST
From: Rose3756$$$AOL.COM

Hi.My name is Oksana Biletskaya. I am 25 years old girl originaly from
Lvov.I left the city in 1992 and now live in Brooklyn ,New York.I studied at
school #4(Lomonosova street)and in musical college.I will be really glad to
get a e-mail from anybody from school #4,or people who probably know me,or
anybody who knows about jewish center on Ugolnaya street(who knows people
there),or anybody from Lvov who just want to chat.My e-mail address
is:Rose3756$$$aol.com




Date: Sat, 5 Dec 1998 00:38:17 EST
From: Hildebird$$$aol.com

Maybe you can help me. I like to find addresses with the last name of Graf. I
met Dr. Graf in 1941 in Lemberg and would like to know if some of his children
or grandchildren are still alive. Dr. Graf was Jewish . At the time when I
saw him last, he was hiding his wife and children in a chimney. I forgot the
name of the hospital
were he worked as a surgeon. Dr. Graf was my hero, my guide to all the many
years. He was one of the bravest and kindest man I have ever known.
Thank you ...Hilde Bird
My E-mail address is Hildebird$$$aol.com. My address is:
Hilde Bird 152 Oakvale Dr.
Charleston, Wv
25314




Date: Fri, 4 Dec 1998 23:03:10 EST
From: Catymarko$$$aol.com

My wife's grandfather was Maelic (Max) Rosner. Max was born in 1896 in a small
town in either Luxzaury or Mikulicoyiue. Max's parents were Joseph Rosner and
Rosa Oelgieser (or Ohlgiesser; AKA Rose Giesser). Also, Max had 2 brothers -
Label (Louis) and Julius Rosner (Julius is thought to have perished in the
camps). Both Louis and Max immigrated to New York (the Bronx) in the early
1900's.
Other names shown on Max's birth certificate include Hershel Rosner a
proprietor from Mikulicoyiue, Moses Grossman - witness / proprietor from
Mikulicoyiue, Imil Margulies - proprietor from Mikulicoyiue and Malke Lauger -
midwife from Mikulicoyiue.
Neither my wife nor I are familiar with the geography or language of the area,
any help that can be provided would be greatly appreciated. We are at
catymarko$$$aol.com. Many thanks - John & Karen Terry




Date: Mon, 30 Nov 1998 12:19:30 -0800
From: Kym Sutton mykie$$$ptw.com

I love your web page!! In working on my genealogy research I recently
discovered that my mom's side of the family is from Lvov. Her parents came to New York City in the very early 1900's from Lvov. I am just starting on my mom's side of the family. Her parents were Ellis Island immigrants from Poland...possibly from the Lvov area. I know very little about my mother's side of the family. She was born Judy Teresa Tomczak in New York City. (She passed away in 1990.) I used to have a copy of her birth certificate, but it is in storage at my sister's house in Spain. My mom talked vwery little about her family. I'm not sure why...I know she always said she was the black sheep of the family. I am unsure of her parents names. I know the name Barney was mentioned a few times and her mom's name was different on her birth certificate than she remembered...Josephine or Rosie (maiden name something
like Chemelenska??). She had some brothers and sisters. I remember the names Teddy, Teresa and Jocko but that^Òs it. One brother worked at Jack Dempsey's bar in New York and Jocko was a jockey. My mom got married and moved away and from what I can tell only went back once, maybe twice to see her family in New
York.

If anyone knows of any Tomczaks or Chemelenska (spelling???) from the Lvov
area please contact me.

Kym Sutton
Lancaster, California
mykie$$$ptw.com




Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1998 01:57:57 -0500
From: Ron Cyran roncyran$$$multiverse.com

Hello people of Lvov,
My name is Ron Cyran my Great grandfather lived in Lvov his name
was Wasyl Habyl. He was born 1890 moved to America and got married in
1908. To a lady named Anna Hursick. He died in 1949 and she died in
1936, if any one in Lvov knows if they may be related to these people
please get back to me. I'm doing a family pedigree chart.and I would
love to ad you to the chart.I live Ohio North America. You can E-mail me
at: roncyran$$$multiverse.com or http://multiverse.com/~roncyran




Date: Tue, 24 Nov 1998 14:35:50 -0800
From: Rubins rubins$$$enteract.com

Hi,
I really enjoyed your site. My great-grandmother and great great
grandfather came from Lemberg. I was wondering if there is a way to do
research on them.

Thanks,
David




Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1998 13:31:15 -0800
From zptchny$$$istar.ca Thu Nov 26 15:35 CST 1998

Thank you for the fascinating site. I too am looking for relatives who
may still be in the L'vov area. My father's parents both came from this
area. Although they met and married in the Canadian province of Manitoba
their families knew of each other in Ukraine. North American documents have
the usual smattering of Polish, Austrian or other origins filled in, but it
has always been known that our origins are Ukrainian. My grandfather's
family name is spelled Zapotichny in Canada, Zapotoczny in America and
Zapotozny in France. My grandmothers family name was spelled Pauli, only a
Canadian spelling is known. I have found many people of Polish ancestry with
the last name Zapotoczny but I have not found any close connection. Any
information at all about these family names from the L'vov area would be
deeply appreciated.

Glenn Stephen
(Zapotichny) Zapton

zptchny$$$istar.ca




Date: Sun, 22 Nov 1998 20:15:24 -0600
From: Gary Stoik gstoik$$$mb.sympatico.ca

My name is April Stoik (Rodzinski), Winnipeg, Manitoba CANADA
I am working on our family tree and found that Artur Rodzinski spent
most of his childhood in Lvov, where he studied Music and Law. If
anyone can give me more information on this it would really help.
Artur Rodzinski was born to January 2, 1892 of Polish parents in
Dalmatia, Yugoslavia. He spent most of his childhood in the
city of Lvov attending school taking, piano lessons and in due time,
enrolling into the local university to study law. With the
out-brake or World War 1, Joseph Rodzinski, (Artur's father A general in
the Polish army) sent his wife and son to Vienna.
Here, at age 22, the young Rodzinski was able to continue his law
studies at the university. He also enrolled in the Academy of
Music. In 1916 Rodzinski completed his law studies and received a
doctorate in law.
With the end of the war in 1918, Artur Rodzinski was able to return to
Lvov, Poland and try to make a living in music. He soon
found work conducting the pit orchestra at the Lvov Opera house, where
he made his debut directing Verdi's Ernani. In 1920
he moved to the Theater Wielki (Grand Theater) in Warsaw, Poland. From
1925 to 1929 he worked with Leopold Stokowski
(the conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra). Following his association
with Philadelphia and Stokowski, Rodzinski moved to
California, conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic for the next four
years.
In 1933 (until 1943) Rodzinski held the position of conductor and Music
Director of The Cleveland Orchestra. During his
tenure he introduced the novel idea of presenting opera in the concert
hall; and on January 31, 1935, he conducted the fully
staged American premiere of Shostakovich's controversial opera, Lady
Macbeth of Mtsensk. This was one of many opera's
he would conduct with the orchestra. Rodzinski expanded the orchestra's
repertoire, in particular, with 20th century music.

Upon leaving The Cleveland Orchestra, Rodzinski became conductor and
Music Director of the New York Philharmonic
followed by the same position with the Chicago Symphony.




Date: Sun, 22 Nov 1998 17:06:07 -0500 (EST)
From: Rob Guzek aabt$$$webtv.net

Hello:
We believe our Grandfather was born in or near Lvov. His name was Joseph Guzek. We believe he came to the US around 1900. Other relatives went to Canada and Australia around this time. We would appreciate any guidance regarding our search.

Thank You,
R. S. Guzek




Date: Sun, 15 Nov 1998 13:56:37 -0800
From: Alexandra Pohran Dawkins apohran$$$islandnet.com

Hello. I am the Professor of oboe and chamber music at the University of Victoria in Canada. I visited Lviv in 1993 and am now trying to contact some people there. Do you by any chamce have email addresses of musical organizations in Lviv? I am looking in particular for The Lviv Chamber Orchestra, the Lysenko Institue of Music or any organization of performing musicians, a union or society. Thankyou very much.
Alexandra Pohran Dawkins




Date: Thu, 12 Nov 1998 23:55:24 -0500
From: "Deb Davis" debd$$$ij.net
I have visited you wonderful site many times in the last few months. I am currently
researching for a book under progress with your beautiful city as the origins of my main character. The book encompasses both WWI and WWII. If any are interested in sharing history, please feel free to contact me at anuschka_d$$$hotmail.com. I would be most interested in speaking with you.

Deborah Davis
Florida, USA




Date: Wed, 04 Nov 1998 14:53:51 -0500
From: Jerry Cushing cushing$$$magicnet.net

I thank you for your web page about the cty of Lwow aka Lvov aka Lwiw aka Lemberg. I am a professioanl genealogist seeking to estabish kinship and settle an estate matter pending in the US Probate Coourt. As such, I am desirous of obtain various documents pertaining to births, marriages and deaths that occurred in Lwow from approximately 1880 to 1929. Would you advise me by e-mail (cushing$$$magicnet.net) as to the email or postal address of the Office of the Registrar of Vital Statistics in Lwow or of
the Provincial Archives in Lwow. Perhaps one of your readers may have this information also. I appreciate your website and eagerly await further responses.
Gerard J. Cushing
Kissimmee, FL 34742
(407) 933-4778 Phone
(407) 933-7458 Fax
cushing$$$magicnet.net




Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 17:24:35 EDT
From: Lebn$$$AOL.COM

Very informative page.
I need the current address of the Lviv Archives. My grandmother was born in Lemberg about 1874, she was named Fanni KNOLLER and her father was born about 1845, he was Alexander KNOLLER, and his father was Aaron KNOLLER. I would like to write to the Archives for Birth, Marriage, and Death records for the period
covering 1820-1920.

I can write in English or Ukrainian, can anyone give me the Archive address, and tell me if the Archives holds records of the Jewish community of Lemberg?
Thank you
in advance.

Eleanor Bien
Fairfax, VA




Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 00:49:19 -0600
From: Barbara Sherrrod bsherrod$$$webaccess.net

Looking for info about nearby town of GLINIANY and family names SINGER
(beer garden owners) and BLUMENREICH. Emigrated to USA in 1880's. I am
at bsherrod$$$webaccess.net Many thanks.




Date: Sun, 11 Oct 1998 09:11:42 +0100
From: Heyden Harrison heyden$$$zschimmer-schwarz.co.uk

My father in law Stefan Bobryk was born on a small farm near Lvov in
1924.He visited his family there in the 70s and also in Canada and the
USA.He died some years ago.
If any of his family wish to contact my wife or myself, they can do so at
heyden$$$zschimmer-schwarz.co.uk
This my works e mail address.




Date: Fri, 09 Oct 1998 13:48:59 -0400
From: "J.Lucki" jlucki$$$interlog.com

Thank you for providing this page, it has been most informative. My
mother and I are interested in knowing if we have relatives still living

in L'viv/L'vov. My mother's father was Stefan Sankowski born December
23, 1901 in L'vov. We don't know much else other than the fact that he
had 3 brothers and 1 sister (our assumption is that my mother would have

several cousins). He was in the Russian army in WW1 and came to Canada

sometime around 1927. He settled first in Sasketchewan and then came to

Toronto. We're not sure if Sankowski is one of those 'common' names in
L'vov (i.e., like Smith), so perhaps, our search may take a long time!
Any information would be most welcome.
Thanks!
Carey Szykolka
email: jlucki$$$interlog.com




Date: Tue, 6 Oct 1998 22:06:12 -0300
From: Simon Fargion meridiana$$$galactica.it

i visit your site from italy
i collect old books edited in your country
compliments for your site
simon silvio




Date: Fri, 25 Sep 1998 18:35:50 +0200
From: Marta Nazarczuk-Blonska mablon$$$polbox.com

Really great Page! I am very impressed!

Marta
Nazarczuk-Blonska




Date: Tue, 15 Sep 1998 03:59:52 EDT
From: PoochieBud$$$aol.com

Thank you for providing this page. I've never been to L'viv, however my
ancestor's are from the area. For now I will use my nic-name "Bud" and I would
like to give some infomation about our family. My cousin and I are trying with
little success to obtain information regarding our family prior to there
arrival into the U.S.. First, my Mother was born in Lvov, Poland, as per her
birth certificate, as Stephania (Stella) Leona Fischer, on April 21, 1911 and
her brother, Edmund Edward Fischer, born October 19, 1912. In addition, What
few documents we have been able to obtain, show's the various spelling's as
Lvov, Lviv, Lwow as Poland, but Lemberg as Austria. This obviously makes our
heritage somewhat confusing. My grandfather, grandmother, Mother and Uncle,
Migrated to America Aug/Sep 1913, I do Have the ship's name and actual date of
departure and arrival NYC. But First let me get back to my great-grandparents
and grandparents. As we know our great-grandparents remained in Lemberg, his name was Martin Fischer, her name Katarina Bialakowska, and that they where
from Weisenberg, Austria. My grandfather Martin Charles Fischer, Born
November 12, 1884 Lemberg Austria and my grandmother Paulina Rojewska, born
November 1, 1887 (not sure of spelling) Vyshanka, Austria on the death
certificates. However on the ship documents for 1913 and the 1920 Census my
grandmother show's Place of birth as Galicia/Au.,as the country and the mother
tongue Polish. They Settled in Pittsburgh (southside) Pa. as many Poles did,
at the time. Unfortunately, both died at age 34 from Flu/Pneumonia. They had
three other children born in Pittsburgh, Pauline Julia Fischer, Martin Charles
Fischer II, and Matthew (Mieczyslaus) Paul Fischer. All 5 children where
placed in the Holy Family Orphanage in 1921 when both parents had passed away.
Should anyone, who also listed there families, as I have read, and may have
some info or opinion, let us hear from you. As for myself, I wonder if I'm
German, Austrian,Polish,Jewish,Galitzen or whatever.
If I have a church or documented records is there a
central archives or other office i should contact and should I have anything I
write translated into the Ukraine language, is there any possible advice you
can offer me.
Thanks for taking the
time to read this, I'm hoping I didn"t make it too confusing. Best Wishes to
all, Bud




Date: Wed, 9 Sep 1998 01:26:51 +0200
From: Klaudiusz Wesolek wpo$$$gpkprm.gov.pl

Zdorovenky buly!
Very good webpage! Wonderful pictures!!!
Do You know if it is any webpage of Volodymyr Volynsky?
S Bohem
___________________________________
Klaudiusz Wesolek
http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/7803/




Date: Wed, 9 Sep 1998 01:05:39 +0200
From: Klaudiusz Wesolek wpo$$$gpkprm.gov.pl

I would like to invite You to C-EUROPE discussion list, devoted to
Central-European politics, history and culture. You may learn more about it
from the page:
http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/7803/c-europe.html
You may see the archives:
http://mail.iyp/org/Archiwum/c-europe/

Best Regards




Date: Wed, 2 Sep 1998 09:10:16 +0200
From: Yossi Spindler YossiS$$$gilat.com

Hi Everyone,
My Grandmother and Grandfother are from Brzozow In Galicia.
They Were killed in the World War II after imigrating to Belgium.
me and my father are trying to locate any family members or friends that are still alive.
If anyone Knows Joseph Spindler or Kella/Bela Buchbinder... I will be most gratefull for any information.

Joe Spindler.
yossis$$$gilat.com




Date: Sun, 23 Aug 1998 18:44:04 +0300
From: sivana11 sivana11$$$ACTCOM.CO.IL

menia zovut dani ia iz izraila ia sam iz LVOVA




Date: Mon, 3 Aug 1998 16:02:41 -0400
From: David.Waxman$$$donovandata.com

Hi, My name is David Waxman. My grandparents are from Lvov, from a small "shtetlyl" that was called Tismenitz before the war. There were 600
families in this shetyl before the war, only 10 survived. They left what
was then Lvov, Ukrane in the the late 50's and went to Israel. Then then
emigrated to the United States in the Early 60's. My mother was a baby
during the war and my Grandmother survived the war by escaping to Siberia
while my Grandfather was mobilized. They all were re-united after the war,
but over 70 members of the family perished. Our family names are
Weiner, Glotzer, and Fischbein. If there is any one out there that may
know of other people or decendants of this town or of these last names I'd
love to communicate with you.
E-Mail david777$$$jps.net




Date: Mon, 27 Jul 1998 21:52:35 -0400
From: msfleis$$$IBM.NET

my name is Alan A. Fleischer. I am doing family research. My father
Benjamin was the youngest of ten siblings. He came to the U.S. in
1884 via Hamburg from a small shtetl near Lvov. I have recently learned that the town or shtetl was called Zezmer. This name could of course be an
Americanized version of the Russian &/or Polish &/or Ukrainian name for that place. DOES ANYONE
KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS. THANK YOU.Alan A. Fleischer
msfleis$$$ibm.net




Date: Thu, 23 Jul 1998 00:40:22 EDT
From: HYBCEMOE$$$aol.com

Hello to everyone in L'vov, the most beautiful city in the whole world! I was
born and raised there and I miss it very-very-very much. For the last 6 years
I've been living in New York which became my second home. If anyone reading this note may know me, PLEASE send me your E-mail. I'll be more than happy to respond.
Take care, everyone

Lina Kremsdorf




Date: Sat, 11 Jul 1998 17:06:03 +0100
From: "B.L.Cohen" B.L.Cohen$$$bio.gla.ac.uk

Thank-you for this Guest Page, through which I made contact with "lost"
cousins. We descend from one of the Finkel families of Toporow (60 km NE of
Lvov). We still seek information about 19th Century Toporow inhabitants,
especially those named Finkel, Baral and Tannenbaum.

Dr B. L. Cohen
Molecular Genetics
University of Glasgow,
Pontecorvo Building,
56 Dumbarton Rd
Glasgow G11 6NU
Scotland, UK.

Phone: (+44) (0)141 330 5103 (direct line)




From: GERVID CHRISTENSEN gervid$$$get2net.dk
Date: Friday, July 10, 1998 7:56 AM

we have locking too find where my grand mama iss from
she was born 30/03/ 1896
smolanka , galicien , østrig
we have looking all places , but cant´find the name smolanka
do you now if its a little town , . have you heard about it.
she´s name was antonina bojko. and she come to danmark ,and get merried to my grandpapa the year 1918.
on that time galicien was østrigsk, what is it to day ukraine ?
we cut like to se on day , vhere she have lived.
do you have a old map from that time on a libery, ? cut we right to that?
please help if you can . thank you

gervid christensen, industrimarken 12, 3300 frederiksværk. danmark

gervid$$$get2net.dk




Date: Sat, 27 Jun 1998 19:37:21 +0200
From: Ihr Name willu$$$bluewin.ch

Beste Grüsse an Erika Welter, Wolfgang Göhler, Kristel aus Dresden, mit denen ich sehr befreundet war in früheren Jahren.
Ich warte auf die Briefe von Euch.

Dr. Ph. Boris Bujwol
Tugan Baranovskistr.30, kw 20
Lviv 5, Ukraine 290005




Date: Tue, 23 Jun 1998 20:00:32 -0400
From: Bill Milbaugh wmilbaug$$$columbus.rr.com

Hi. I'm Zhanna and 20 years old. Im live in Ohio right now but I
was born in lvov, Ukriane .I want find more information about deaf school in lvov. Please I need your help to you find about deaf school from www or deaf history books? If do you have any find out about this ?? Because I have many deaf friends in there.
Please you will send me a message
Thanks





Date: Thu, 18 Jun 1998 20:24:06 -0400
From: Valerka valerka$$$banet.net

Vsem Privet!! =)))
This is a really great page!!!
i used to go to school #84 in Sihov i was there till 6th grade and then moved to New York.
now i have been here a little over 4 years.
I was born in 1982. if anyone just wants to chat or has any questions email me at valerka$$$banet.net .
Please visit my Web Site at
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Campus/9383/index.html .
i am a web designer and i am starting to program in VB (visual basic)
By the way, if anyone visits my web site, please sign my guestbook =)))
by the way, since this is "computer age" and so many people have internet right now, i am hoping some of my friends have it too.
if you have heard anything about a jewish center in Lvov on Ygolnaya 2, or if you go there Please email me, i would really love to hear anything about it and how it's going....i have lost contact with all my friends but 2 of my best friends. i speak good russian but i cant write in it too well or fast, i have just bought a keyboard with cyrillic characters on it, and i'm begining to type in russian =)
well, thanks for reading this if you have =)

Valera Shukhman




Date: Thu, 18 Jun 1998 20:06:19 +0300
From: Tal Vardi anro1$$$netvision.net.il

Hello everyone who knows me !
I'm Anatoliy Rozenman, was bord in the Lvov sity
in the 1968. I lived on the Ploshad Vossoedineniya 2A/5,
until 1990. I was study in 52 school and Politechnical Insitut
on Radio Faculta.
Now I live in Israel and I very want to find all my old friends.
Every one who knows me, can leave me your message on:
anro$$$iaa.gov.il or anro1$$$netvision.net.il
http://members.tripod.com/~tal_vardi

Your homepage is grate and fantastic!
Your make my day. I try to visit Your site a lot of time.
Don't stop this grate work.

My best wishes for You.

Tal Vardi.
ISRAEL.




Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1998 17:08:37 +1000
From: alla.krapivsky$$$ac.com

Dear Nikolay.
Hello!
Thanks so much for such a tremendous home page for one of the most
beautiful cities in the world!! I was born and lived in Lvov until 1980, and wanted to thank you for the pictures and the Music!! I live in Melbourne, Australia now, and your Music clips mean that my Australian and American friends can now hear the music that I love and grew up with.

Thanks once again, and please keep this going.....

Kindest regards, Alla




Date: Sat, 06 Jun 1998 10:05:30 +0300
From: Ars ars$$$yours.com

Hi boyz n' giglz!
Me Sasha Lutsky, bornn 57 (yeah... alter kaker...)
Used to live in LVOV till 72 on LERMONTOVA STREET 3/6,
Studied in 54 school on VERESHCHAGINA.
>From 72 live in TEL-AVIV.
Anyone who can help me to find my old friends in LVOV
from 25 years ago (...) welcome to drop me a message.

Love,
Sasha.




Date: Fri, 05 Jun 1998 20:24:24 +0200
From: harold hurel hurel$$$eleves.enpc.fr

Bonjours,
I am a french student in political sciences and urban developpement and
found your site very informative. I am planning to go to Lviv this
summer (end of July) and would like to meet people from the place. Any
tips about the city (unexpensive accomodations, YH, places not to
miss...) would be welcomed.
Encore merci pour ce site et à bientôt,
Harold HUREL




Date: Wed, 03 Jun 1998 23:00:56 +0100
From: Dave SKOLOSDRA daveskol$$$mcmail.com
Reply-To: dave$$$mcmail.com

PLEASE HELP!!!!
i am trying to locate any relatives of my father, HIS NAME IS BELOW,
WASYL SKOLOZDRA FROM ROZWADIW GALICIA
BORN 19TH JANUARY 1923 HE WAS\IS THE YOUNGEST OF A LARGE
FAMILY.
he was sent to germany when he was 16yrs old. he has not had any contact
with any members of his family since .please can anyone help?
i am his eldest son, i am one of four sons of his.he now lives in
england.




Date: Mon, 25 May 1998 01:02:35 +0400
From: leonid yeshu leonard3y$$$1stnetusa.com

Velmishanovni panove.
Dyzhe vdyachniy vam za chudovy mitt oglyanuti moye ridne misto. Pro sebe skazhu shco prozhiv y Lvov{I} z dnya narodzennya 1958, dyzhe radiy pokazati svoyim dityam nashe misto, nazhal vshe nepamyatayut.Yzhe 9 rociv y Americi, a yak hochetsya pogylyati po Rinku.
Shciro bazhayu vam uspihiv u vashiy roboti.
Leonid Yeshu
(12 rokiv PTO "Elektron" 19ceh
(3 roka na zaliznich. vokzali )
Navicno Lvivyanin.
Syogodni meshkayu y Los Angeles.




Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 23:14:51 -0700
From: mlauffer mlauffer$$$vtx.ch

Hi,
I am julita Kryzar, and I want go in Ukraina next summer with my car, specialy in Lviv and, of course, Tcherniovtzy...
Is some people help me, if i need some special visa for entry in
Ukraina?
Thank you




Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 14:33:04 +1000
From: Ilene.Lorenz$$$dpc.vic.gov.au

Your homepage is fantastic!
My Grandfather was born in L'wow in 1920, his name is Micheslow Lorenz.
He now lives in Melbourne, Australia (with me) and misses the old L'wow very much.
He would love to hear from anyone who lives, or has lived in L'wow... at
ilene.lorenz$$$dpc.vic.gov.au




Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 14:11:47 -0700
From: Nestor Wolansky Nestor.Wolansky$$$worldnet.att.net

A great page! The diverse comments and opinions from the many visitors provide an especially wonderful background. Congratulations to Nick Babin for a job well done, and for providing information on the city he loves!

best regards
Nestor Wolansky
Berkeley, Calif.




Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 13:26:17 +0000
From: ck194$$$columbia.edu

i will visit lwow in the fall, and i discovered that my grandfather used to live in a street called szeptyckic, in the thirties. it is close to the train station, but i don't know what it is called now. he also had a tartac in smolno. could anyone tell me anything about these places?
my e-mail is: ck194$$$columbia.edu

caterina klusemann




Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 14:12:22 -0700
From: Jacob Daniel Broder jdbroder$$$svn.com.br

My name is David Broder, I live in Salvador-Bahia-Brazil and my
grandfather came from toporow on 1935. his name is Jacob Krim Vel
Broder, his mother and father was Izaak Krim Vel Broder & Sophia
Halpern and his sisters was Perse Krim Vel Broder, Raquel and Rebeca
Krim Vel Broder.
If someone know news about that family, pls contact-us.

jdbroder$$$svn.com.br




Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 18:31:30 -0700
From: Michael Gross mgross49$$$idt.net

I want to thank you again for your site. I emailed you about my family
name and because of one of your Links and some continued research after
years of research I finally found the spelling. My Great-Grandfather's
name was Nathan Loshchever from Lemberg, Galicia, he migrated to the
United States sometime around the turn of the century. So not to bore
you with too many details I just want to say "thank you" again.




Date: Sun, 10 May 1998 11:45:49 -0700
From: Michael Gross mgross49$$$idt.net

I just loved your site! I have been doing some research for quite a
long time and I just found your site. The first time I have seen
pictures of the city. My Great-Grandfather came from Lemberg-Lvov
around the turn of the century and before he immigrated to the United
States our family name was changed due to the fact that all of the
families records were burned in the synagogue. My Grandfather before he
died told me how to pronounce the name but he did not know how to spell
it. I will try to spell it just how it sounds...Loschuver... I know
this is not the way to spell it but I have tried many resources and
there does not seem to be any name or variation of this name. If anyone
has any idea or any way of finding out please contact me. Thank You in
advance.




Date: Sun, 10 May 1998 10:47:08 -0500
From: Sam Dorfman samd$$$wavetech.net

Nikolay privet
this Sam from Natasha's Party
good job on your page

it was nice to meet you

CEMKA




Date: Sat, 9 May 1998 15:09:02 +0200
From: Nicola Naderer nicola$$$gewi.kfunigraz.ac.at

my name is nicola naderer and i am working on old german texts written in
an austrian monastery called "seckau" (university graz, austria).
i have read that books of this monastery came to the university library of
LWOW in ~1782.

do you know: who can give me information on old books in the Lwow
university library?
(book: "Necrology Maioris", 12th - 15th century (?),
written in Seckau = Seccoviensis)

thanks for your help!
nicola naderer




Date: Fri, 08 May 1998 20:35:53 -0400
From: Nancy Parisi parisi$$$mindspring.com

My grandparents lived in Brzozow, Poland. Many of our traditions when I
was a child were Ukrainian. When my grandmother's exiled brother, Adam
Rychicki, died in 1945-48, in England of TB, a member of the family was
living in Lviv. I, too, am looking for family. If anyone is relatives of
Helena Rychlicka, wife of Kaczimierz Wegrzynowski, please contact her now
elderly granddaughter, Nancy Gorzkowski Parisi, at Email:
parisi$$$mindspring.com Thank you for your beautiful web site. NAP




Date: Fri, 08 May 1998 14:32:39 -0700
From: perach$$$ix.netcom.com

I am searching for:
BORIS MALYAR (or MALIAR), his nick name is BOREA
Suppose to be about 70 years old and always lived in L'vov.
He is my mother's first cousin. Her maiden name has been Genny
Operstein.
I will appreciate any information regarding the above or his children or
grandchildren.
If somebody has a more direct way to find people in L'vov, please e-mail
to me.
Thanks,

Arie Zukerman
California
tel 714-759 9161



From: 2rhinos$$$nais.com (Betty, Owen, Joanna and Allison)
Date: Thursday, April 30, 1998 7:48 PM

I am doing some research on my family which emigrated from Magroverin the late 1800's - early 1900's If anyone has ever come across the names"Rumelt," "Rumeld" or "Kammerman," please E-mail me back. Thank you.




From: AnFel22 AnFel22$$$aol.com
Date: Monday, April 27, 1998 11:39 PM

Thank you, Nikolay, for a great virtual tour over my home-city!
I got actuall charge and insparation.
My name is Anton, and i'm pre-medical student of Long Island
University.,New York.
Let me tell you also that i'm really home-sick guy, who tries tocollect
everything that regards to Lvov/Lviv.
Thanks again!




From: Bernd Fichtner FichtnerB$$$t-online.de
Date: Monday, April 27, 1998 12:58 PM

Suche Auskunft über Frau Lili Schreier

Sie war im Spätsommer 1941 Leiterin der Jugendkolonie Kosow/Galizien.Frau Schreier hat sich sehr entgegenkommend und unterstützend gegenüberdem jüdischen Ghetto gezeigt, trotz des Widerstandes der ukrainischenBehörden, und der Ghettoküche unentgeltlich Lebensmittel zurVerfügung gestellt.

Wie ich in Erinnerung habe, hat Frl. Schreier ihrem Vater, Professorder Orientalistik, geholfen und mit ihm Ägypten und Pakistan bereist.Ihre Mutter, laut meiner Erinnerung ihrer Erzählungen, war die Schwesterdes Dichters Arnold Zweig.

Ich würde gerne mit Frau Schreier oder jemandem, der sie kenntoder ihrer Verwandschaft Kontakt aufnehmen und mich persönlichbei ihr bedanken.

Für eine Information wäre ich sehr verbunden.

Meine Adresse (Büro):
Komm.-Rat Danek Gertner
Fillgrader Gasse 7
1060 Wien Österreich
Tel.: +43-1-586 81 06
Fax: +43-1-586 62 60




From: aafleis$$$ibm.net aafleis$$$ibm.net
Date: Friday, April 24, 1998 11:48 AM

my name is Alan A. Fleischer. I do family research. My father
Benjamin was the youngest of ten? siblings. He came to the U.S.in 1884 via Hamburg from a small shtetl near Lvov. I have recently learnedthat the town or shtetl was called Zezmer. This name could of coursebe an Americanized version of the Russian &/or Polish &/or Ukrainianname for that place. DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS. THANK YOU.
aafleis$$$ibm.net




Date: Wed, 08 Apr 1998 20:46:32 -0800
From: Lyn brophy$$$c-zone.net

My Mother was born in a village near Lemberg-L'Viv, around 1900 and
emigrated to the US as a teenager. Looking for any relatives from
Strzeliskach nova. Grandfather was Aaron Lev Felker, a Rabbi fromthe
area. Grandmother, Chaje Rive Felker (Faber) - her family were cattle
ranchers.
Also, trying to contactthe Jewish community in L'viv. Understand that
there is a synagogue there. Hope to visit and attend High Holidaysin
near future. Anyone have any information? Carolyn Zebrack




Date: Wed, 08 Apr 1998 16:31:29 +1000
From: Vlad vlad$$$klever.net.au

I am very much interested in touch with my friend who lives in Lvivnow
.I'd lost his address and telephone number .His name is Andrey
Spiridonov.I would like any information about him.




Date: Sun, 05 Apr 1998 17:48:03 PDT
From: Julie Mendelson lviv69$$$hotmail.com

My name is Julie, and I was born in Lvov, and lived there for fourteen
years. Currently I live in Melbourne(Australia)for 5 years already.
Seeing your net site made me really home sick. I really missed my
beautiful city and I'm planning to go to Lvov next year for a holiday.

Your site was an invaluable source of information to me in that it
helped a great deal in terms of research. It also witholdsits unique
sentimental value in my heart and I would like to close by finally
saying thank you.




Date: Mon, 30 Mar 1998 13:18:33 +0300
From: Oleg Baranovsky oleg$$$usemb.kiev.ua

Hi.
Just came through you Lviv web page. It has bunch of beautiful images
there. I like them, really.

BTW, I have Lviv photo Gallery as well at
http://www.usemb.kiev.ua/Ukraine/gallery/Lviv/index.htmland would like to
invite you to visit my page as well.
--
regards, --ob.

Oleg Baranovsky *
http://members.tripod.com/~olegb/




Date: Sat, 28 Mar 1998 20:22:57 -0800
From: Igor Zhuravenko izhurave$$$ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU

I LIKE YOUR PAGE. I AM FROM LVOV, WAS BORN HERE, CLASS 1978, SCHOOL16 (
ALSO 58, 9 AND 12). I GRADUATED FROM LVOV MEDICAL SCHOOL IN 1983, AND
FOR SOME TIMES HAS BEEN WORKING THERE FROM 1989 TO 1991. NOW, I AM
LIVING IN BUFFALO,NY,USA FOR 6 YEARS. FINISHING SUNY AT BUFFALO,
POSTGRADUATED RESIDENCY PROGRAM.
IGOR ZHURAVENKO.
izhurave$$$acsu.buffalo.edu




Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 22:16:11 -0500
From: Vaclav vaclav$$$globalserve.net

Thank you for great page,
I spent in Lviv 38 years of my life
and I miss this beautifull town
very much.
Toronto, Canada
vaclavus$$$yahoo.com




Date: Mon, 23 Mar 1998 18:43:53 -0800
From: Natalie nchornaya$$$lwtc.ctc.com

While working on a project, I ran in to your webpage accidently and
loved it! Very good links. I am also from Lviv and itwas nice to see
so much information about the city and Ukraine overall.
Also enjoyed reading entries from the guest book.
Thanks
Natalia




Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 17:22:19 +0100
From: william vallone vallowll$$$mac20.bronxlab.unimi.it

Hallo,
I write from Milan. Lvov will remain a sad town for me. I had agirlfriend
here, since one year. Her name was Irina Feler. A few days ago Ireceived a
letter from her mother:Irina suddenly died the 9th of february:she was 22,
and I loved her! Please, if someone knew her, contact me. I justneed a
friend in Lvov: If someone can make an invitation for me to havea visa,
please contact me the same: I can pay him.
Bye, from William. Life is love




Date: Thu, 5 Mar 1998 12:09:33 EST
From: John Sosna JohnSosna$$$aol.com

Hello, my name is John Sosna and I'm from London, UK. I foundyour site by
chance and was very impressed.
I think my father's family came from Lvov or from its surroundsand I would
be very interested if anyone has information on where he (DrGiersz -Hirsch? - SOSNA
born on 28/5/1911) might have lived, dates of birth(he had two sisters)
etc. My fathjer left Lvov in 1939 and joined up with the Polisharmy in Hungary/Romania before being sent to Afrtica attached to the British8th Army. One of the replies I had from another site suggested that myfather came from Rowne and not Lvov (unfortunately I don't know and probablynever will).

If anyone should have any information please write tome/e-mail at:
John Sosna, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London WC1N 3JH, UK. Email:
JohnSosna$$$aol.com. Thank you in advance!





Date: Fri, 20 Feb 1998 20:53:39 -0000
From: steven L morrisl steven.morrisl$$$lineone.net

PLEASE HELP
I am trying to trace any family of my father who's name is PIOTRPAPIRNYK
who was born in zawadow,lwow poland my fathers date of birth is6,5,1921 he
left during the second world war and he has had no futher contactwith any
of his relatives if any body visiting this site knew my father orany
relatives please contact me at the following email add.
steven.morrisl$$$lineone.net




Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 19:55:32 -0500 (EST)
From: Alla Fridman fridman.2$$$osu.edu

Hi, My name is Alla Fridman.
I graduated from school # 77 class 1986.
I really injoied your page about Lvov.
Also I am looking for my former classmates. I live in Columbus,OH.
Thanks,
Alla.




Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 19:55:30 -0500 (EST)
From: Alla Fridman fridman.2$$$osu.edu

Hi,
My name is Anatoliy Yudovich.
I injoied the songs of Krichevski on your page.
Is there any way you could mail it to me? I'll pay the expences.
Also I am looking for my former classmates from school # 77 class1984.
I live in the US. And will be happy to talk to everybody frommy native city
Lviv.




Date: Fri, 13 Feb 1998 21:05:56 -0800
From: reg senchuk reg_senchuk$$$bc.sympatico.ca

first time here. my aunt visited some relatives in the country nearlvov
in the mid 1970's. grandfather was dmitri senchuk, grandmother wasannie
yaremko. any information on how to contact the government and possibly
find out if visa information, people visited is available? i ama
manager working with bctel in northern british columbia canada.would
like to visit in the future.




Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 01:16:15 -0000
From: "milltownhouse" milltownhouse$$$tinet.ie
Greetings from Ireland!
My boyfriend and I visited the beautiful city of L'vov on a tourof eastern
europe,
October 1996. We found the people so friendly and helpful,even though we
spoke no Ukrainian/Russian.
Unfortunately we have very few photos of the city as my camera broke(a
good excuse to return). But nevertheless it was a most memorableexperience for
us.
I am learning Russian at present and hope it will help me on mynext visit.
In fact someday I would like to master Ukrainian also!

Yours, Brede & Paul.




Date: Thu, 29 Jan 1998 17:40:10 +1100
From: cedric gould gouldc$$$ocean.com.au
I was born in Lvov on the 25th September, 1940. Myparents were Josek and
Genia Preminger. My mother and I survived the war in Cracowon Aryan
papers. My father and my ten months brother perished. My brother's name
was Jurek and he was taken from a Jewish creche.No one knew whathad
befallen him. I am writing my memoirs and I need to obtain someprimary
source material i.e copies of birth and death certificates of anymembers
of my family. My grandmother's name was Regina Preminger,I think. My
mother was born Genia Schindler in 1916 in a small town Krasne.Shehad two
brothers Abraham and Moishe both of whom survived in Russia( bothnow
deceased). Their children live in Israel. My motherdied in 1986. I would
be grateful if someone could advise me how to do a search of the"Birth and
Death"Registry to fined any of the above given names. My name isLucy Gould
and I live in Melbourne, Australia. My name at birth was Leahor Ludmila
Preminger.



Date: Sat, 24 Jan 1998 23:25:23 -0800
From: connie macisaac conn12$$$ns.sympatico.ca
I enjoyed your web site very much. I am looking forinformation on any
Hawrylaks who lived in Lvov and anything about their place of origin.
My father was born there and moved to Nova Scotia, Canada at theage of
two. Does anyone have any information?

Thank you very much

E. Hawrylak



Date: Wed, 14 Jan 1998 23:08:20 +0200
From: Eugene lef$$$inter.net.il
Thank you for your wwwork!
It's simply great.
Surly, we are from Lvov too, now living in Israel.
World is so large... But Lvov is only one.
Once more - thanks.

Rita&Eugene Fulshtinsky.




Date: Tue, 12 Aug 1997 14:13:07 -0700
From: Yuriy vlad$$$pcmagic.net

Hello Nikolay!
I've seen your page and was really impresed.I'm from Lviv too.
And I miss my sity very much.
so maybe You can add my page to Lvov-Lviv related 'home' pages.My page is

http://members.tripod.com/~TO_LVIV
And it's also devoted to Lviv.

Sincerely yours, Yuriy

vlad$$$pcmagic.net




Date: Mon, 5 Jan 1998 23:11:29 EST
From: TerryinSR TerryinSR$$$AOL.COM
I'm not sure if I already requested being added. Lookingfor family of my
grandfather who was raised in L'vov and was born 1881and came to NYC around
early 1900. His name was Stanislas Milaszewski. Storieshave been told that
he had a land holding.



Date: Sun, 04 Jan 1998 17:22:00 -0800
From: "Zoya V. Savage" zoya$$$RightAtHome.com
Hello from Washington State USA!I would like to travel to L'viv while I
am in Krakow. Can you recommend how I get 'Invitation'. Orthe easies
way to get visa..Take care!
Dan and Zoya



Date: Fri, 2 Jan 1998 13:59:52 GMT
From: B.L.Cohen$$$udcf.gla.ac.uk (B.L.Cohen)
How wonderful is the WWW! A search brought me to your Guest-book,where I found a cousin I have never before met. Thank-you.

Like him (Don Finkel) I would like information about the present-day
existence of the place one half of my family came from, Toporow,a village
on the river Bug, somewhere in the vicinity of Lvov and Prezemyzl
(spelling!), formerly in Poland, but now in Russia/Ukraine. Doesthis place
still exist and what is it called now? Is it in the Ukraine now?

I am also interested in finding out about the fate of my uncle Zelig
Finkel, who lived in Toporow and was a victim of the Holocaust.Can anyone
from Lvov tell me where such information is to be found?

Many thanks.

Dr B. L. Cohen Phone: (+44) (0)141 339 8855 ext 5103/5101
Molecular Genetics Fax: 330 5994
University of Glasgow,
Pontecorvo Building,
56 Dumbarton Rd
Glasgow G11 6NU
Scotland, UK.


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