From: "pykoo1" pykoo1$$$email.msn.com
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 10:21 PM
My maternal grandmother, Anna Makar, came from Galicia in
b.1891. I never knew what oblast, but I think it
may be this one because
someone else found Makars there. However,
Anna left many family members
behind in a village, not a city;
perhaps it was outside the capital. Her
mother's name was Sophie.
My mother often spoke of her heritage, about the
Tartars and Turks
invading long ago and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Anna
an aunt in Lowell, Massachusetts. I would be glad to
information with anyone seeing any connection to their
From: "Ronald V. Mlejnek" mlejnek$$$email.marc.usda.gov
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 11:45 AM
I am seeking information about the ZAICHOVSKI family of
(near Rzeszów and Przemýsl). The earliest
ancestor I am aware of is Josef
Zaichovski. His son, Kasimir, moved
to Vlkos Moravia and adopted the name
experience in getting records from this region, I would
advise. I have written all the archdiocese (in Polish) and
they have no records.
Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2000 6:28 PM
I am trying to trace information on my
father's side of the family. His last
name is Levovnik.
Any information, clues, hints would be greatly
From: "Denise Henderson"
Tuesday, December 26, 2000 5:28 PM
Hello! I visited your wonderful
site because my father was from Lvov. He
left there as a soldier in the
2nd WW and eventually settled in Scotland.
Unfortunately, due to illness
and then his death in 1963, he never saw his
Polish family again. I do
not know if he (we) have any surviving family
there. His name was
Zdzislaw Tadek Stelmaszczuk. If anyone knows of him or
any relatives I
would love to hear from you. I can be contacted at
Thanks. Denise Henderson
From: "Banner, Rita"
banner$$$sunydutchess.edu Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2000 8:19 AM
I'm trying to find information about my grandfather.
His name is Max
Banner, born 11/5/1889. He emigrated from
Knihynicze, near Rohytn, near
Stryz, near Burstyn in the
Ukraine. He and his brother, David, came to the
1906-1908. I would appreciate any information about them, or
locations where I can find records. Thank
From: "Gianluca Varone" GVarone$$$mclink.it
Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2000 5:42 AM
I am writing these few lines for congratulating you for the nice
your native town and to suggest you a little improvment
to it: another name
of your native town to be listed! Indeed the
Italian name is missing :-)
Lvov was always know here in Italy as "LEOPOLI": you mentioned
hystorical relations of Lvov with Italians (and with
Creeks???? Greeks, I
suppose) settling and living there so may be
you can add also this version
on the names list :-)
Previously I read of Leopoli only from my modern history
of the bloody battles fought in that spot of old
From: "Susan Scheichet" susan-scheichet$$$home.com
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2000 3:17 PM
I am trying to research my family tree. My relatives
are from a town called
Tarnopol. It is southeast of
Lvov. I was wondering if you had any
information on this town
or what the new name of it is. I hope you can
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 1:46 PM
endeavoring to trace the history and family of my mother, Valentina
Skuratowa, who was born in Lvov on January 17, 1919. She was taken away from her family
at the age of 17 and has had no contact with them since then.If there are any message boards or
directories that are available or other resources you may refer me to where
I can find any information about my mothers' parents and brothers that were
left behind, I would greatly appreciate it. Is there a directory of residents in
Lvov currently that is available for access? Thank you very much for your prompt
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 1:12 AM
hy , may be somebody could look for me, what
happend realy to my uncle, in Lemberg, the last time he wrote a later was
from there, telling her sister he was in good health .he told in that letter
he would writte soon in extensive lines all about his adventure.that ocured
in 1939. We never heard again about him.His name was Paul Löff Blum.And may
be there is any registrations about his death and how this took place. I am
very acknoledge to could write this lines and make contact so far away from
Santiago de Chile where i live to the other side of the world. thanks a
From: "RICHARD TOVIAH" richard.toviah$$$3web.net
Sent: Saturday, October 28, 2000 1:09 AM
Subject: Jewish Klimchuk's.
Hello, my name is Richard Toviah. I'm trying to get a hold of
Klimchuk. The reason is to learn more about him and to
find out if we are
related? I come from a line of Klimchuk's
from my mother's side. I am
originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba,
Canada. There were a large amount of
Klimchuk's that left the
Ukraine ending up in the US and Canada in the early
1900's. I 've
always wondered if that side were Jewish ? The reason why I
know is because I never knew or met anyone of them except
grandmother. She passed on when I was very young. If you know
please contact me at
richard.toviah$$$3web.net Thank you
From: "Kayte S" kaz24$$$usa.net
Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 8:19 PM
My ancestors were originally from Lvov,
Poland. I'm researching
some of my heritage and wonder if anyone
has any informantion
about the following family names. I believe
most of my family
emigrated from Poland in the 19-teens to avoid being
the Russian army during World War I.
you so much!
From: mailto:macmob$$$prodigy.net K MacIntyre
Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2000 7:31 PM
Hi, I just found your sight and find it
interesting, mainly because we are currently tracking the roots of my
paternal grandparents, from the community of Podhorce, which is apparently
100 kilometers from Lvov. One of the family names I am looking for is
very close to yours. It is Babij. Sound familiar or any
suggestions as to any further Lvov resources I could search? Thank
you, my email, in the event you have any suggestions is
Sent: Friday, October 13, 2000 9:36 PM
Please help me.
in 1940 my father was deported, he
died 15 years ago.
in 1939 he lived in Podzamcze 3, Lwow,Poland
my father was a businessman in 1939 and was
what happened to his wife?
Romuald J Dabrowski
Kazimiera Maria Tyszecka
Sent: Friday, October 06, 2000 11:28 AM
If you want Krichevsky in mp3 format , you can get 'em at
good luck .
From: "themerce" themerce$$$home.com
Sent: Thursday, October 05, 2000 9:28 PM
I would like to visit Lviv from Dec 15, 2000 to Jan 15, 2001.
looking for accommodation, apartment, etc.
email to me
Sent: Wednesday, October 04, 2000 1:50 PM
My name is Paschaloudis Paschalis and i am from
I studied in Lvov in Polytechnik Institut from 1984 to
My email address is ppasc$$$tee.gr
Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2000 6:51 PM
if any one knows about the skibicki family from turowka,
this is now part of the ukraine (i
think) , but used to be part of poland.
any thing at all would be very helpful E
Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2000 2:32 PM
Wednesday, 20 September 2000
My father was born in 1924 in Zeldec (now called
Zheldets?) about 32 km in distance from Lviv.
Do you know where I can find more information about
this place (photographs, civillian-records
for tracing family, web-sites,
I would appreciate your help, thanks very
From: "Richard Masters" mun00299$$$up.net
Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2000 10:27 PM
Am looking for Ludimilla, born March 13, 1950. If anyone runs
her. Ask her to email Dick Masters at
rmasters$$$up.net I know she is
From: "Public PC Patron" publicpc$$$library.ucla.edu
Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2000 6:58 PM
Hallow and the best wishes to all lvovites
From: "dorothy krynicki" dorothyk$$$mergetel.com
Sent: Saturday, August 19, 2000 9:47 PM
Subject: stopa family
I am interested in any information on the Stopa family from a
village outside Lwow, called Kremerowka. My Grandfather
was Jan Stopa
and my Grandmother was Maria, nee Tworek. They
had three children, two
of the names I know are Stanislaw, and
Janina. If you have any
information on this family, the
Tworek family or even on the village
itself i would appreciate your
posting it to this site.
Thank you for the opportunity to discover
Keep Smilin' Dorothy
Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2000 2:52 PM
I love your site ! I am a direct relative of Col.
Alfred Redl . I was born
lived in NY , LA
, Rio de Janeiro and now back in Vienna .
I will visit Lwow in
October for the first time . You site was very helpfull
From: "La La Larsen" la_la__$$$hotmail.com
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2000 2:27 PM
Hello. I just wanted to send you a note to let you know
I really enjoyed
your website. My bestfriend is currently in
Lviv learning about the history
of where his family
originated. I miss him dearly, and I wanted to touch a
of the history he is experiencing. Your website helped me do
that. Thank you.
From: "MELVIN ROGOW" mrogow$$$loop.com
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2000 8:21 AM
My maternal grandparents came from the Lviv area, originally
and more particularly from SKOLE and BOLEKHOV. I
am seeking information
re. STOLPER, GROLL , BLAU and
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2000 1:35 AM
Subject: Where was I born?
Hi my name is Rosemary.
I am having a bit of a problem, I know I was
sent to Great Ormond street hospital when I was very sick ay the age of 1+.
Now I do not have a birth cerificate and I wondered is there a way i can
check for my name, Now my sur-name has been changed due to the fact that my
parents are now seperated, but where can I go to look through archives and
stuff to find my self as no one wants to tell me where i really came from,
I'm beginning to wonder if I was adopted. nOt that it would stop me loving
my dear mum, but can you recommend a course of action. Please e-mail me with
suggestions at: rosepeaks$$$yahoo.com Thank you very
Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 11:42 PM
Subject: Looking for Information on lost Families in Poland, and
Czech, Slovak Republics, and Canada, America, South America, and
My immediate Polish Family Surnames lost From 1850 back to
1500 in Poland, and from 1890 through Today in Poland America. South
America, Mexico, and Canada, All 100% Roman Catholics.
Bura or Bury, Chrobak, Karnas, Kociuba, Dyrkacz, Wrobel,
Wiezniak, Wierniak, Urbaniak, Marasztyk, Pinkowciz, Pasciak, Paczkowski,
Lihota, Spindo,Tworzydlo Stadnick, and many more Surnames, Most are from
Laskowka, Drohobyczka, Villa Jawornik, Polski, Bratkowice, Bachorz,
Przemysl, Galicia, Warclaw. Krakkow, Nowy Sacz, Dubiecko, Czarny Rzeszow,
I Know of 2 Churches Parish Harta Bachorz, Poland
near Laskowka, St. Andrzej AP, Jawornik, Polski.
I had a Aunt Zofia Chrobak Szpak Born 5/03/1878, Lskowka,
Poland Parish Harta Bachorz, Poland, that went to Canada, from Her Husband
Jan Szpak was in Canada Already when Arriving Zofia caught Jan with another
woman, The Day Zofia Arrived in Canada, and was Gas to Death By her Husband
the same Day, This was between 1908 and 1910 in Canada, Province unknown to
Zofia was a Widow and had 2 Son's Adalbert Pasciak Born
1900 in Laskowka, and Jakub, Born 1903, Laskowka, Poland, and L;ost a Son
Karl Szpak, 1907, in Laskowka, Poland.
I need a Xerox Copy of Her Death Certificate, from Canada,
and also need the Details on what happen to Adalbert and Jacub
My Mothers' Families Her Father Jacob Anton Jakale or
Jokele, or Jokale Born Jan. 1887, Velke Pole, Czech, now Slovak Republic,
and Her Mother Cecilia Theresa Miklos, later changed to Nickols, Born June.
1889, Velke Pole, Czech, now Slovak Republic, Plus 2 Children Veronica Born
1908, Velke Pole, and Karal Thomas Born Jan. 1909, in Velke Pole.
Jokele or Jokale was changed to Jakale. Reason
unknown. These Families sofar also go back to 1500.
Looking for Dates and Places of Birth, Marriages, and
Deaths of All Families, Grandparents, Parents, Children Brothers Sisters,
Aunts, Uncles and All Greats plus Their Children and Spouses Families.
All 100% Roman Catholics.
Relatives Still in Czech, and Slovakia, Hungary,
America, and Canada Today.
I would surely appreciate any and All Information; I have
just Started My Family Genealogy. I'm 2nd Generation American
and 62 Years old and Handicapped. I type only with one finger, so
please bear with me; and I do not speak read or write any Foreign
Renard Chrobak, rfchrobak$$$alltel.net
From: "Renee Stevens" stevensr$$$mitre.org
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2000 4:56 PM
My parents, Zygmund Glattstein and Leona Seligman Glattstein
Lvov and left in 1945. They were among the very few
survivors of the
Janowska Camp and the Ghetto Lvov. My
brother, Georg, and sister,
Felicia, did not survive and were taken
away from my parents on August
13, 1942 in a massive Aktion that
lasted many days. Before the war, my
father had a store at 20
Sykstuska and they lived at 8 Sykstuska. My
Nesze Seligman, lived at 23 Sykstuska. My parents
because they were hidden by a good woman who kept them in
for 18 months.
If you have any
information about the Glattstein, Wolf or Seligman
families of Lvov
or of the Tennenbaum and Parnes families also of Lvov,
appreciate hearing from you.
From: "dhenderson" d.henderson$$$dundee.ac.uk
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2000 3:13 AM
Hi!. I enjoyed your excellent web site. The reason for
visiting is that
my father was from Lvov. He left there during the
2nd world war as a
soldier in the Polish army and eventually
settled in Scotland.
Unfortunately, due to ill health and then his
death in 1963, he never
saw his family again. His name was Zdzislaw
Tadek Stelmaszczuk. Do we
have any family out there?. If so, I
would love to hear from you. You
can contact me at
From: m.diuk$$$ntlworld.com matthew diuk
Sent: Friday, June 16, 2000 11:06 PM
hello is there any one who could help me trace
possible relatives from lvov, my father had a sister who stayed in the
ukraine . my fathers name is teodore diuk his sister was called olga. there
father,my grandfather owned a farm in lvov olga had achild or children she
would be 88 years old, if any one can help or tell me where to get help
please e mail me at m.diuk$$$ntlworld.com
Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 1:38 AM
Firstly I was surfin on the internet, and would like to know everything
about LVOV and I found your beautyfull and very informative site.
Maybe we would like to come to your country next year.
Further I will ask you for help to trace a
family for me. I find it usefull to introduce myself to you first
before I write this letter. My name is Adrian van Zantvoort, 42 years
of age and I live in Holland near Eindhoven.
About 15 years ago I start an research to
wartime crashed aircraft and locating their crews.My research is full
concentrated in the South-Eastern part of Holland.
During this time I built-up an archive in which
contains about 350 files of aircraft crashed in my research area. My special
interest is :the Poland flew in Fighter- and Bomber Command during the
second world war. For my concern it seems that they are far from forgotten,
which is not right. As you probably know the Poles liberated the
South-Western part of Holland in the war. As I told you previously I
live close to Eindhoven(famous about the Philips works) were a war cemetery
lies. This war cemetery are about 535 airmen buried(15 Polish
airmen). I looking for contacts with their families, which is very
hard. A few years ago I got in touch with a fiancee of a Polish
fighter pilot( who was killed on 5th March 1945 near Helmond which is close
to Eindhoven), and she would like to get in touch with his family. I found
everything out about the crash, but as I told you we would like very glad to
get in touch with his family.
I shall give you more info about
the Polish airmen in concern was;
Flight Lieutenant Stanislaw(Staszek) Jan
Litak born 3 January 1918
Armyservice number was P-1725. F/Lt
Litak was came from a very small village near LVOV. He was the
youngest of five children, and have four Sisters. He studied
Engineering at the Univercity, and his hobby was flying. By the outbreak of
the war, He escaped from Poland, through Greece and France and arrived in
England in the summer of 1940 where he volunteered for the RAF. On his leave
of the RAF, he met his later fiancee
Mrs Daisy Stothert. After his training
he was detached to the 316(Warzawski) fighter Squadron and flew Spitfires
and Mustangs. He was very talented in playing Piano, and painting art. On
the 5th March 1945 his plane was badly hit by enemy groundfire(FLAK),
managed to bale-out but his parchute refused. F/Lt Litak is now buried
at Eindhoven General Cemetery(War grave section). Daisy Stothert was very
confused about the death of Stanislaw Litak(still are!!), and have so many
plans in the future, also to met Stanislaw Litak's family in LVOV.
After his death ,She placed an memorial in memory of Stanislaw Litak at
Goosnergh(near Preston) in
Lancashire,England and she tried for many years to contact Stanislaw Litak's
family. With this I hope you are able to help me in this matter, or maybe
you have friends who are able to help me, or give me a link!!! It
would be a nice surprise for Mrs Daisy Stothert if she could in touch with
the Litak family. The info as written above
is all that we have I am affraid.
Maybe is there a register of Birth in the archives of LVOV. Thanks
very much for your help in advance and I hope to hear from you
Adrian van Zantvoort
Sent: Sunday, June 04, 2000 8:08 AM
Do you have to do with Lvov's
Do your friends have to do with this School?
Please visit Alumni
Don't forget to forward this message to your teachers and friends.
From: "MATTEO MALLARDO" m.mallardo$$$usa.net
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2000 10:05 AM
Hello, my name is Matteo. I was born and i live in Rome, my
father is italian
and my moter comes from Cracow. My mother's
grandfather was born in Lviv in
1880 where he lived until 1900 . I
decided with my parents to go visit this
beautiful city in the next
summer. Somebody can help me giving me some ideas
of nice places in
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2000 3:18 PM
I am a member of the Lviv mail group, which is comprised of
genealogists interested in finding information about their
relatives, and about the city of Lviv as well
as the towns near it. The
Lviv group is a subgroup of
Jewishgen, the online not-for-profit Jewish
organization. I have noticed that a number of people,
those of Jewish origin, who have left messages in your
guest book are also
interested in Lviv for genealogical
reasons. I remind them to try to avail
the ever-growing databases and other pages of
available at: http://www.jewishgen.org
myself am interested in a nearby small town, once known as "Szczerec""
now called Shcherets" or in Yiddish, "Shtcherzetz," which
is south southwest
of Lviv. It is there that my father, Hyman
Isaac FELDMAN, and his siblings
were born. His mother was
Ester Shutz, an orphan, who married Nathan FELDMAN f
Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
From: "paul CEMPA" ELVERN$$$webtv.net
Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2000 11:02 PM
As per my grandparents church marriage certificate, they were
were born sometime in the 1890's
emigrated to New York in 1911, and
married here in
Does anyone know
who I could contact for their church
Thank you very much.
New York, USA
Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2000 1:24 PM
looking for info about the ZIELINSKI surname
from the LWOW district, related surnames, BACHOR, FIKUS, PLUCHA, ROMANISZYN,
Date 2 / 5 /
From: "Leandro Yagust" yagust$$$arnet.com.ar
Date: Mon, 1 May 2000
I am looking for the surname Tepper ( Fanny Leon or
Fryda ). My mother Debora Tepper died in Buenos Aires , Argentina im 1972
and I am searching for any information regarding her family that was in
1944/45 in Poland. Thanks.
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2000 00:13:33 +0100
From: Simon Piasecki-Maxted
Hello there! Your site is a wonderful insight to a fabulous city. I am
trying to trace the family of my grandfather who was a son of Lvov. He
was an airman who escaped the Nazi tyranny but was finally killed in a
Wellington Bomber in 1944 with 301 Squadron. his name was Jozef Tadeusz
Piasecki. His sister is Veronika Ogorodnik and could still be living in
Lvov. If anyone can help or advise please do ... 50 years is too long
a family to be separated and there must be many of us that still
Simon Piasecki-Maxted monkies$$$dialstart.net.
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 08:37:02 -0400
From: "Steil, Simon"
Hi: my parents were born in Lviv and I was wondering whether you
sites or places where I may obtain information such as telephone
address books of previous years such as 1925, 1928 and 1929.
I am doing some genealogical research and any help would be
Also, does a register of emigres from Lviv exist for those
years prior to
The family names that I would like to
obtain information on are: STEIL,
MEIZELES OR MEISELES, FINEL, FERBEL,
MOZES. Info of any net site or
material on residents of Lviv
in the 1900 to 1940 time frame would be
using my home e-mail address of: ssteil$$$gmu.edu
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 13:22:09 -0700
From: LARRY NAPORA
From Larry Napora;
I'm looking to make
contact with Napora's . I'm not sure which part of
the Ukraine they were
from. I know my oldest aunt was born in Austria in
the late 1800's. Also
my mothers relatives left the Ukraine at the same time last name
Please contact me lpnapora$$$home.com.. I live in Winnipeg,
Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 14:58:38 -0500
From: Lilias Richardson
I am doing research of the family tree and have been stymied at this
My forefather arrived in Alt Elft Bessarabia in l816 and he
come through Lemberg or was born there in 1801..
However, the family is
background and I believe they
were part of the colonists who went to
in the early
1800s. The family name is Knodel. If anyone has any
or can help me with birth records, I sure would
appreciate it. My
father immigrated to Alberta in 1910 from
Alt Elft. Lil
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 00:17:55 -0300
From: Beno y Sibila
I'm looking for any
information concerning to my grandfather's family. He
came to Argentina
in the '20s from Lvov/Lemberg. Family name is Fisch and
they had a
sawmill in the area.
I've heard a concentration camp or a prisoners camp
was placed in the
sawmill area during World War II. Any information on
any of these would
be of much help.
Thanks a lot!!!
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 12:39:01 -0500
My mother was born in a village which is northeast
of Lvov...near a town
called Kamenka Bugskaya. I am trying to find
information about my
grandfather, my mother's father, who left Poland
about 1929 and settled
somewhere in Argentina near Buenos Aires. His
name is Theodore Kolodziej. I
loved your web site by the way and found
your guest pages very interesting.
Date: Sat, 18 Mar 2000 18:03:00 -0500 (EST)
From: Nell Nussbaum
I am loking for information on Humeniuk and Michalkiw. They were
Poland/Ukraine under various foreign rulers.
Thank you for any help.
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 14:32:39 -0500
From: "Steil, Simon"
My parents were born in Lviv
and left around the late 1920's. I am trying
to trace my family roots as
the lone survivor. I am looking for any
information on the
following family surnames: STEIL, MEISELES or
MEIZELES, FERBEL, FINEL,
MOZES, GOTTFRIED, LAUB, SCHLEICHER. My e-mail
Hope to visit Lviv very soon.
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 22:43:27 -0500
From: dave daniska
Would anyone have any information on Zygmunt
Jakubowski from Lwow,Poland?
He was partners before 1939,with his
brother Adam Jakubowski whom both
ran one of the largest publishing
companies in Poland,KS JAKUBOWSKI,which
was located at 11 piekarska
street,in Lwow up to 1939.
I would also like to find in Lviv a web site
or address of where the
kept from this time period.Thank
You, David e-mail: koko1$$$idirect.com
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 13:59:02 -0800
From: Thomas Ford Library
Where can I find info on Skibicki, Szwaluk,
Butynski families in and around Brody, Podkamien, Jasionow,
about 30 miles east of Lviv/Lwow.Do you know
anyone/student who lives in
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 13:46:50 +0100
I am looking for all about TEPPER from Stryy .
Pozhalosta, pishite mene fso o semye/rodine TEPPER iz Stryya.
bardzo, mie trzeba wszystko o familii TEPPER z Stryja.
schreiben Sie mir alles ueber die Familie TEPPER aus
mi prosim Vas vsechno o rodine TEPPERovych ze Stryje
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2000 14:54:56 +0100
Message to Alan Fleischer (I could not reach him at his old e-mail
My name is Michel Patcas (Zurich, Switzerland), and I
have found your
following message in the Lvov's Guest book.
: Mon, 27 Jul 1998 21:52:35 -0400
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
ABOUT THIS. THANK YOU.Alan A. Fleischer
My father was born in Zezmer in 1911, which is a shtetl near Riga and
town is called Ziezmariai. He left Lituania
as a child and emigrated with his
family to Belgium.
The family was
called Patz or Patzas in Lituania, later on it changed into
You may find some interesting information under http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/
(synonyms of Zezmer, map and even pictures of a synagogue).
can find additional data about our common origin, please let me know.
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2000 12:39:43 +0100 (MET)
I am looking for all about family TEPPER of Stryy. This family lived in
Poland to the World War Second, I think. Thank.
Mene nada fso shto znayesh za semyu/familiyu/rodinu TEPPER iz Stryya.
Ya dumayu, shto eta semya zhila v Polshe do vtoroy mirovoy voyny.
Please mailto: / Pozhalosta pishite na adres:
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 11:45:05 +0100
I am looking for all of the family TEPPER from Stryi . Thank.
nada fso, shto znayesh o familiyi Tepper iz Stryya. Spasiba.
Please mailto / pishite na adres: markovic$$$natur.cuni.cz
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 15:25:59 -0500
From: "Steil, Simon"
My parents came from Lviv and immigrated to Belgium in the late 1920's. I
am sole survivor. Family names I am researching are: Steil,
Meiseles, Ferbel, Mozes and Finel. Any information would
completing family tree and would love to find relatives.
address is: ssteil$$$gmu.edu
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 12:26:32 +0100
My name is Esther Erna BECHER. I was born in Lwow, then Poland, now
Ukraine, in 1925.
My father, Ignace Isaac BECHER left Poland for
Brazil in 1930; after a
year he moved to Buenos Aires, Argentine.
On 1932, my mother, Rozalie
BECHER, née STUTZ and her four children:
Diana born in l926, Julius born
in 1927, Wilhelm born in 1929 and
myself, immigrated to Buenos Aires.
My mother had a large family in
Lwow: her father Isaac STUTZ, her mother
Zivie EBERS and
nine brothers and sisters. My father had also
a large family in
Lwow. The names of my father's parents: Jaim BECHER
We lived at Platz Bernardinsky 15, Lwow.
I now live in Israel and my address is:
Jerusalem 97795, Israel
Until February I am staying at my daughter's Gisela
Michel. Her email is:
I am looking for some traces about my relative's fate .
Anyone with any clues please contact!
>Thank you in advance for your help.