Records for year: 2007
Date: Tue, 25 Dec 2007
From: Maaria zecanow$$$hotmail.com
Hi and Merry Christmas!
I have a long mail/search for relatives/my name etc.on the Family Three site.
My search is by the name ;Zecanow,my name is Satu-Maaria Heikkinen(now;Suonperä),from Sweden.
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2007
From: Jonathan Gorecki Jonathan$$$ultimatestaffing.ca Canada
Subject: Gorecki Family Members - Chicago Area?
My grandfather, John Gorecki from Kiev, Ukraine, born October 27, 1925
had a sister named Anna Gorecki (could have been Anne or Ann). They had
a younger brother, Walter Gorecki who was killed by a landmine.
My grandfather moved to Canada and has never been able to find his
sister. From what he remembers, he thinks she moved to the Chicago area
around World War II.
If anyone has any information as to where she may be, or
relatives/children and grandchildren of hers, it would be greatly
appreciated. My e-mail is: jgorecki$$$rogers.com
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2007
From: Tomas Mikus tomas$$$mikus.sk Slovakia
Subject: work / business opportunity
I am searching for partners to start business in Ukraine, do you know about anyone?
Tomas Mikus from Slovakia
Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2007
From: Leslie Krebs lrstoddard$$$gmail.com United States
Subject: Wasyl and Melania Rusyn (Mike and Millie Russen)
Wasyl and Melania Rusyn (Mike and Millie Russen) Came to America in 1907.
Wasyl in October according to stories. Melania
supposedly 3 weeks later. They settled in Benld, Illinois, he became a coal
miner (in Gillespie, IL) and they had seven beautiful daughters one of whom
is still living- my mother Catherine (Katarina) still living (90 on Nov 30.
I have viewed the passenger manifest for my grandmother at Ellis Island. I
believe it to be the real deal as I had always heard the word Galicia. Her
record shows she came from Mosty Wielkie. Where is it?
Wasyl died l(ikely) of black lung. Melania was struck and killed by a
train. They had raised 7 'strong' girls attending Greek Orthodox Church in
Have more, but for now, any information about this region so I can
understand why they were so driven to take the risk of coming here. Such a
brave thing to do? Or was the alternative much worse? I am learning and
would like to know what was happening in Mosty Wielke to make them leave
their homeland. (My grandfather is stated to be from Austria-Hungary, but I
do not as yet know a city of origin).
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2007
From: Matthew James sokar_god_of_death$$$yahoo.com United States
Subject: Ludwik Stelmasczcuk
Does anyone have any information on the parents or information on Ludwik Stelmasczcuk?
He was B. 1867 in Poland imigrated to America on the Noordam May 11 1902 arrived at Ellis Island.
Please contact me if you have any further information on his history.
Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2007
From: Alex Kosyk alex$$$akcreativegroup.com United States
Subject: Contact Alex Kosyk
I've just visited your webpage http://www.lvov.us
My name is Alex Kosyk . I am doing research on my family ancestry and will appreciate
any help. I am the grandson of Jozef Kosyk who was born on May 16th
1903 in region of Galica (during the Austro-Hungarian Empire) in the
village of Lubieniu Wielkim ( Lubień Wielki or Lubien) in the district of Gródek
Jagielloński (now called Horodok) province / territory of Lviv (Lvov, Lwow). The village is
located near the current city of Lviv in Ukraine.
Josef Kosyk was the son of Stepan Kosyk (Stefan Kosyk ) and Anna .
Jozef Kosyk emigrated to Argentina, in South America in 1930. He left behind
his parents, brothers and sisters.
His older brother Ivan Kosyk (Iwan / Jan / John) emigrated to the USA sometime
in the early 1900; provably sometime between 1905 and 1915. He was around ten
years older than Jozef.
Thank you for your help. Best regards,
Alex Kosyk alex$$$akcreativegroup.com
Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2007
From: Adz Kowalczuk adzkowalczuk$$$hotmail.com United States United
Subject: Kowalczuk Family Lviv
My name is Adam Kowalczuk and I am trying to trace members of my Grandfathers
His name was Ivan Kowalczuk and he was born 7th January 1924 in a village south
of Lviv. I think his fathers name was Dmitri and his Mothers name was Katarina.
I know he has at least one Brother.
He was sent to the camps in Germany during the war and settled in England
I am traveling to Lviv in January 2008 and would love to meet family while over
Can anyone please help?
Date: Sun, 1 Jul 2007
From: LK429$$$aol.com United States
Subject: Searching hospital records 1936-1937
My grandmother, Charlotta Gulden Tusch, died in Lemberg, Poland sometime
between 1936-1937. She died at a young age, right before the Holocaust, and I
would like to know the cause of death. How can I trace hospital records? Her
address was 20 Bernsteina St. Her husband was Jacob Tusch. He was a tailor of
women's coats. She had 3 children: Ignatz, Israel (Siunek), Betka.
Also, researching family names: GULDEN (Frieda, Max, Manek), and TUSCH. All
Date: Wed, 16 May 2007
From: Wyatt Kopp wyattkopp$$$yahoo.com United States
I am seeking any information on the Korczynski family from Skole, Galica. I
have another document that says he was from Korczyn which may be a village in
Skole. I am especially interested in any relatives of Wasyl Korczynski who came
to the United States in 1912. He changed his name to William Corchinski.
Wasyl Korczynski almost certainly had a brother Teodor Korczynski (Theodore
Korczynski) and Wasyl's father was Harry (English for possibly Hrynko or
Hirinko or Hyrnko) and his mother was Anne, but I do not know what Anne would
translate to. Wasyl's ethnicity was listed as Ruthenian and I understand he
spoke German, Russian, Yiddish and Polish.
He may have had a cousin Teodor Berunko in Jersey City, New Jersey and some of
Wasyl's family in the United States may have gone to Illinois. If you have any
information or know of any Korczynski's in the Skole area please have them
Date: Wed, 2 May 2007
From: Andrea Olkin andrea.olkin$$$gmail.com United States
Subject: Dear Jews in Galicia
I am researching what life may have been like for deaf Jews living in
Galicianer shtetls. If you have any information, please e-mail to andrea.olkin$$$gmail.com
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007
From: Eliot Handziak pastoreliot$$$yahoo.com United States
Subject: Handziak Family in Krasne, Galicia
I am searching for Handziak family members in what was Krasne, Galicia. My
great grandfather came from there in the early 1900's by himself. His name was
Jozef Handziak. I do not have much more information. But, if anyone is a
Handziak or knows of this family name please contact me.
Thank you Sincerely,
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007
From: Barb attic.gallery$$$sympatico.ca Canada
I am trying to find out information about the village of Kremerowka as my
mother was born there in 1932 and had to flee with her family in 1940. I
understand the village is no longer in Poland, but the Ukraine and according to
my uncle, no longer exists, except for farm land. I am planning my first visit
to Poland and would like to visit where my mother was born. Her birth name was
Albina Telega, parents John and Mary (Bak). She eventually came to Canada where
she met my father Joseph Dutchyn, whose roots where in Turnopal. She died in
1990. I would appreciate any information about Kremerowka.
Barabara Chappell (Dutchyn)
Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2007
From: Eva Robotnick erobotnick$$$gmail.com United States
Subject: Seeking family relatives that lived in Lwow and surrounding towns
during the Holocaust
My uncle Samuel RAAB and his sister were both born in Lwow. Samuel was born in
June or Dec 16, 1932. The exact date is unknown. My mother Frieda Raab was born
Sept 26, 1928
1. Is there any archives which I can contact to find him his exact birth date
and the address of the family in Lwow?
2. Is there any street maps of Lwow before 1939? We would like to make a trip
to Lwow this May and see if we can locate the family home there?
I am also looking for information regarding LIPMANN family that lived in
Boryslaw. Particularly, what happened to little Tusio (Naftali/Tedi) who was
approx. 3-5 years old at the time.
His parents were: father - Zygmunt LIPPMAN; mother - Lora (FISCHMAN) LIPPMAN
We think they died between 1940-1941.
Below is what I know about little Tusio.
Tusio was named after his grandfather Naftali Fischman.
In 1941/1942, Aunt Lora sent a letter (by smugglers) to come and take Tusio.
Boryslaw was already under German occupation but there wasn't a ghetto yet.
Tusio had blond hair and could be easily mistaken to be Christian. The little
boy would often say “I am Tudek”. The plan was to bring Tusio to a priest who
would take care of him, in case anything happened to both parents.
Carola had returned to Krakow and made arrangements with a "False Deutsche"
Pole, who was returning to Bielsko, to pay him for taking care of Tusio and
smuggling him to Krakow. The situation was urgent but the "False Deutsche" Pole
first needed to prepare false papers (from Krakow) for Tusio. By the time the
papers were ready, Tusio could no longer be found.
Aunt Erna survived WWII by living in Lwow with Aryan papers. She knew of Lora's
plan to hide Tusio with a priest in Boryslaw. After Lwow was liberated, she
traveled to Boryslaw to look for Tusio. No one in the town knew what happened
to the boy or to the priest – both could not be found. Tusio was about 5 yrs
old at the time.
Any help anyone can give me in learning what happened to this family will be
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007
From: Oral X oralxcaldas$$$uol.com.br Brazil
My name´s Zuleika Grzeskow Martinhão de Godoi.
I´m looking for Grzeskow Family.
Mother came from Poland, Buczacz - now Buchach, Ukraine.
We live in Brazil, South America.
Thank you very much for any information.
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2007
From: david spittler dws8222$$$hotmail.com United States
I am looking for any relatives, I know you are out there, related to my
grandmother Mary Sukmonoska. My grandfather, whom I never knew, last name was
Chomin. Mary came to the U.S. from Lvov and luckily missed the Titanic, then
took another boat. Mary's sister came later but then returned to the Ukraine.
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