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Beckersdorf - Could you help me please?

Soraya
 

Hi,
 I live in Brazil and I'm looking for my grand grand parents who immigrate to Brazil in 1995.
I have some informations that told me that they can come from Bekersdorf or Backersdorf, at that time it was part of Austrien Galizien but now it's seems to be part of Ucraine. I have only the german names but maybe because that were changed.
 
Their names are:
1. grand grand grand parents :
 
Bernard Toni/Thoni, married with Maria Schreier/Szrajia
 
2. Grand grand parents:
Johann Toni/thoni (born maybe in 1870) married with Catharina Ruprich, born in 8 march 1877 (father: Peter Ruprich married with Maria Krusch/Kruschenerch or something like that).
(These ones have immigrated to Brazil maybe in 1894/1894)
 
I've already found a map from this city (attached) but I coudn't found family records about it.
I'd really like to know if someone can help me with this records. At family search is impossíble to me to read because of the language, so, please if someone can tell about some places to search I'll thank you a lot.
 
Soraya Toni
Brasilia-DF, Brazil

[*Note from moderator:  Beckersdorf was a German village founded in the late 18th century and settled by Palatine Catholics and was located in eastern Galicia, today the western Ukraine. In 1939, all the German inhabitants of eastern Galicia, including the inhabitants of Beckersdorf, were resettled in Germany. Beckersdorf was near the town of Podhajce (in Ukrainian: Pidhaytsi), which is a short distance southwest of the city of Tarnapol (in Ukrainian: Ternopil). Beckersdorf now has the Ukrainian name Yustynivka. Good luck on your research! ]

Re: May also need some guidance!

andrew raver
 

Hello Yahoo Group;

Here is where I am stuck and need assistance.

I was using the "The All Galicia Database // Gesher Galicia" website which is very helpful - for all new members - check it out.

I found this record of my ancestor - Aron Moses Rawer.... Now I see his parent's name Getzel Rawer and Ginendel.


How I can find more records of them?
Appreciate any help you can provide...



Aron Moses [no surname]

son of Getzel RAWER & Ginendel

Date of Birth: 1-Jan-1851

Year of Registration of Birth: 1851

Sex: M

Town of Record: Brzeżany (now Berezhany, Ternopil’s’ka oblast, Ukraine)

House Number: 90

Godparent #1 - Given Name: Feibisch

Godparent #1 - Surname: HALPERN

Godparent #1 - Occupation or Title: Sandak

This record comes from the Brzeżany Jewish Births (1846-1864) database, page 34L, AKT number 8. The original records are held in The Central State

Historical Archives of Ukraine in Lviv and were added to this search engine on 1 August 2013. An image of this record can also be viewed on

FamilySearch/LDS microfilm #2405309, item #21. The Gesher Galicia unique record ID is GG-Brzezany-Births-655.



Thanks..


Andrew


Some Podhajce Research Tips

mervinr@...
 

To Podhajce Researchers:
 
I would suggest making full use of the information found at www.kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Podhajce
This website is maintained by our webmaster and fellow Podhajce researcher Jerome Schatten.
Please contact him at romers@... if you have any suggestion for additions to the site.
 
Once you have clicked on the website, look for the menu on the left-hand side of the page.
 
1.  Click on Yizkor Book.
2.  Click on Names in the Yizkor Book
3.  You will see a list of the names found in the book and the page numbers on which that name may
     be found in the translation provided.
 
Also on the same site:
1.  Click on Useful Websites
2.  Click on JewishGen Family Finder
3.  Click on Search the Database
4.  For Town, put in Pidhaytsi
     For Geographical Region, find Galicia and then click on Tarnopol Wojewodztwa.
     A list of Podhajce names being researched will appear.   Scroll down the list of names. 
     Perhaps you will find someone else who is researching your family name of a
     variation of it.
 
A link to GesherGalicia is also found under Useful Websites.  To make full use of that website,
a nominal membership fee is required. Here the town spelling is Pidhaitsi
 
The link titled All Poland Search Engine takes you to JRI-Poland.org  Here you may use Podhajce for the
town name.  New indices to be added next month include 1906-08 births and 1906,1910 marriages.
This will complete the posting of all Podhajce indices currently held by JRI-Poland.  If anyone wants to make a
contribution so they can obtain the Excel files of all those online indices, the qualifying contribution is
$75.  Instructions for contributing are at http://jri-poland.org/support.htm   Donors should be sure to apply
their contributions to “AGAD-PODHAJCE”.  Having the Excel files allows you to alphabetize them by
father’s last name and then by mother’s last name and thus make them more easily usable.
 
You might also want to consider researching at www.ancestry.com   Again, a fee is required for full access.
 
Well, no one said that genealogy is easy.
 
Jean Rosenbaum
Houston, TX
 
 
 
 
 
 

Re: Some Podhajce Research Tips

Cynthia Singer
 

Thank you Jean, once again.
Wishing you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving.
Regards
Cindy


On Nov 24, 2014, at 3:48 PM, mervinr@... [podhajce] <podhajce@...> wrote:

 

To Podhajce Researchers:
 
I would suggest making full use of the information found at www.kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Podhajce
This website is maintained by our webmaster and fellow Podhajce researcher Jerome Schatten.
Please contact him at romers@... if you have any suggestion for additions to the site.
 
Once you have clicked on the website, look for the menu on the left-hand side of the page.
 
1.  Click on Yizkor Book.
2.  Click on Names in the Yizkor Book
3.  You will see a list of the names found in the book and the page numbers on which that name may
     be found in the translation provided.
 
Also on the same site:
1.  Click on Useful Websites
2.  Click on JewishGen Family Finder
3.  Click on Search the Database
4.  For Town, put in Pidhaytsi
     For Geographical Region, find Galicia and then click on Tarnopol Wojewodztwa.
     A list of Podhajce names being researched will appear.   Scroll down the list of names. 
     Perhaps you will find someone else who is researching your family name of a
     variation of it.
 
A link to GesherGalicia is also found under Useful Websites.  To make full use of that website,
a nominal membership fee is required. Here the town spelling is Pidhaitsi
 
The link titled All Poland Search Engine takes you to JRI-Poland.org  Here you may use Podhajce for the
town name.  New indices to be added next month include 1906-08 births and 1906,1910 marriages.
This will complete the posting of all Podhajce indices currently held by JRI-Poland.  If anyone wants to make a
contribution so they can obtain the Excel files of all those online indices, the qualifying contribution is
$75.  Instructions for contributing are at http://jri-poland.org/support.htm   Donors should be sure to apply
their contributions to “AGAD-PODHAJCE”.  Having the Excel files allows you to alphabetize them by
father’s last name and then by mother’s last name and thus make them more easily usable.
 
You might also want to consider researching at www.ancestry.com   Again, a fee is required for full access.
 
Well, no one said that genealogy is easy.
 
Jean Rosenbaum
Houston, TX
 
 
 
 
 
 

Re: Beckersdorf - Could you help me please?

JK
 

Beckersdorf is still there but it has a Ukrainian name. All of its German inhabitants were expelled after the war. It was, like scores of other towns in eastern Europe, a settlement of German colonists who came on the invitation of Catherine of Russia (the incentives were free land grants and the right to practise your faith unhindered). Beckersdorf might have been a Mennonite settlement...check Roman Zakharii's webpage on Beckersdorf.

-----Original Message----- From: "Soraya sbrixi@... [podhajce]" Sent: 23/11/2014, 5:46 PM To: podhajce@... Subject: [podhajce] Beckersdorf - Could you help me please? Hi, I live in Brazil and I'm looking for my grand grand parents who immigrate to Brazil in 1995. I have some informations that told me that they can come from Bekersdorf or Backersdorf, at that time it was part of Austrien Galizien but now it's seems to be part of Ucraine. I have only the german names but maybe because that were changed. Their names are: 1. grand grand grand parents : Bernard Toni/Thoni, married with Maria Schreier/Szrajia 2. Grand grand parents: Johann Toni/thoni (born maybe in 1870) married with Catharina Ruprich, born in 8 march 1877 (father: Peter Ruprich married with Maria Krusch/Kruschenerch or something like that). (These ones have immigrated to Brazil maybe in 1894/1894) I've already found a map from this city (attached) but I coudn't found family records about it. I'd really like to know if someone can help me with this records. At family search is impossíble to me to read because of the language, so, please if someone can tell about some places to search I'll thank you a lot. Soraya Toni Brasilia-DF, Brazil


[*Note from moderator: Beckersdorf was a German village founded in the late 18th century and settled by Palatine Catholics and was located in eastern Galicia, today the western Ukraine. In 1939, all the German inhabitants of eastern Galicia, including the inhabitants of Beckersdorf, were resettled in Germany. Beckersdorf was near the town of Podhajce (in Ukrainian: Pidhaytsi), which is a short distance southwest of the city of Tarnapol (in Ukrainian: Ternopil). Beckersdorf now has the Ukrainian name Yustynivka. Good luck on your research! ]

Re: Some Podhajce Research Tips

Soraya
 

 
 
Hi friends, I'm a little confuse. Are this group and these records only about Jewish families? 
There are also  catholic or luteran records in here? 
My english is not very good so maybe a can not understand very well.
Soraya Brixi thoni
Brasilia-Brazil.


De: podhajce@...
Enviada: Segunda-feira, 24 de Novembro de 2014 14:48
Para: podhajce@...
Assunto: [podhajce] Some Podhajce Research Tips

 
To Podhajce Researchers:
 
I would suggest making full use of the information found at www.kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Podhajce
This website is maintained by our webmaster and fellow Podhajce researcher Jerome Schatten.
Please contact him at romers@... if you have any suggestion for additions to the site.
 
Once you have clicked on the website, look for the menu on the left-hand side of the page.
 
1.  Click on Yizkor Book.
2.  Click on Names in the Yizkor Book
3.  You will see a list of the names found in the book and the page numbers on which that name may
     be found in the translation provided.
 
Also on the same site:
1.  Click on Useful Websites
2.  Click on JewishGen Family Finder
3.  Click on Search the Database
4.  For Town, put in Pidhaytsi
     For Geographical Region, find Galicia and then click on Tarnopol Wojewodztwa.
     A list of Podhajce names being researched will appear.   Scroll down the list of names. 
     Perhaps you will find someone else who is researching your family name of a
     variation of it.
 
A link to GesherGalicia is also found under Useful Websites.  To make full use of that website,
a nominal membership fee is required. Here the town spelling is Pidhaitsi
 
The link titled All Poland Search Engine takes you to JRI-Poland.org  Here you may use Podhajce for the
town name.  New indices to be added next month include 1906-08 births and 1906,1910 marriages.
This will complete the posting of all Podhajce indices currently held by JRI-Poland.  If anyone wants to make a
contribution so they can obtain the Excel files of all those online indices, the qualifying contribution is
$75.  Instructions for contributing are at http://jri-poland.org/support.htm   Donors should be sure to apply
their contributions to “AGAD-PODHAJCE”.  Having the Excel files allows you to alphabetize them by
father’s last name and then by mother’s last name and thus make them more easily usable.
 
You might also want to consider researching at www.ancestry.com   Again, a fee is required for full access.
 
Well, no one said that genealogy is easy.
 
Jean Rosenbaum
Houston, TX
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Re: Some Podhajce Research Tips

mervinr@...
 

The information is basically for Jewish research.  For others, I would suggest ancestry.com.
 
Jean Rosenbaum
 

Sent: Sunday, December 07, 2014 5:25 PM
Subject: Re: [podhajce] Some Podhajce Research Tips
 
 

 
 
Hi friends, I'm a little confuse. Are this group and these records only about Jewish families?
There are also  catholic or luteran records in here?
My english is not very good so maybe a can not understand very well.
Soraya Brixi thoni
Brasilia-Brazil.


De: podhajce@...
Enviada: Segunda-feira, 24 de Novembro de 2014 14:48
Para: podhajce@...
Assunto: [podhajce] Some Podhajce Research Tips

 
To Podhajce Researchers:
 
I would suggest making full use of the information found at www.kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Podhajce
This website is maintained by our webmaster and fellow Podhajce researcher Jerome Schatten.
Please contact him at wlmailhtml:../../../undefined//compose?to=romers@... if you have any suggestion for additions to the site.
 
Once you have clicked on the website, look for the menu on the left-hand side of the page.
 
1.  Click on Yizkor Book.
2.  Click on Names in the Yizkor Book
3.  You will see a list of the names found in the book and the page numbers on which that name may
     be found in the translation provided.
 
Also on the same site:
1.  Click on Useful Websites
2.  Click on JewishGen Family Finder
3.  Click on Search the Database
4.  For Town, put in Pidhaytsi
     For Geographical Region, find Galicia and then click on Tarnopol Wojewodztwa.
     A list of Podhajce names being researched will appear.   Scroll down the list of names.
     Perhaps you will find someone else who is researching your family name of a
     variation of it.
 
A link to GesherGalicia is also found under Useful Websites.  To make full use of that website,
a nominal membership fee is required. Here the town spelling is Pidhaitsi
 
The link titled All Poland Search Engine takes you to JRI-Poland.org  Here you may use Podhajce for the
town name.  New indices to be added next month include 1906-08 births and 1906,1910 marriages.
This will complete the posting of all Podhajce indices currently held by JRI-Poland.  If anyone wants to make a
contribution so they can obtain the Excel files of all those online indices, the qualifying contribution is
$75.  Instructions for contributing are at http://jri-poland.org/support.htm   Donors should be sure to apply
their contributions to “AGAD-PODHAJCE”.  Having the Excel files allows you to alphabetize them by
father’s last name and then by mother’s last name and thus make them more easily usable.
 
You might also want to consider researching at www.ancestry.com   Again, a fee is required for full access.
 
Well, no one said that genealogy is easy.
 
Jean Rosenbaum
Houston, TX
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Re: Some Podhajce Research Tips

JK
 

I recall seeing ukrainian and polish catholic parish registers listing ethnic German Christian marriage and birth records on the Mormon databases ('' church of latter day saints'' database...LDS).

Re: Looking for Buchwald/Weittes(sp?)

daniel greenspan
 

Deb,
I was searching for my great grandmother (Chana Buchwald) online and saw your email to this conversation group from Feb 2013, in which you mentioned that you were going to travel to Podhajce to look into your grandfather Samuel's heritage, and that his mother's name was Chana Buchwald (and that her husband's last name was Weittes. Chana's husband's name was Aaron Wittes and their children had her last name as they had had a Jewish Wedding, which was not recognized by the authorities - thus the kids were considered illegitimate. My grandmother Ester Buchwald was Samuel's sister.  Samuel (my great uncle Sam) was brought over to the U.S. and worked in my grandparents kosher restaurant in Jersey City for a while. I believe that Samuel had a son Stanley and a daughter Arlene. My Jewish name is Zalman-Hirsch. I'm named after Samuel's brother (who died in a Carpathian sanatorium of TB) and who was, in turn, named after Chana's father Zalman-Hirsch. Please contact me.
Dan Greenspan

Chana Wittes Buchwald Podhajce

daniel greenspan
 

I was searching for my great grandmother (Chana Buchwald) online and saw an email to this conversation group from "Deb" "Idyslpr46@, from Feb 2013, in which she mentioned that she was going to travel to Podhajce to look into her grandfather Samuel's heritage, and that his mother's name was Chana Buchwald (and that her husband's last name was "Weittes"). Chana's husband's name was Aaron Wittes (he was a grain merchant and had a mill in Podhajce) and their children had her last name as they had had a Jewish Wedding, which was not recognized by the authorities - thus the kids were considered illegitimate. My grandmother Ester Buchwald was Samuel's sister.  Samuel (my great uncle Sam) was brought over to the U.S. and worked in my grandparents kosher restaurant in Jersey City for a while. I believe that Samuel had a son Stanley and a daughter Arlene. My Jewish name is Zalman-Hirsch. I'm named after Samuel's brother (who died in a Carpathian sanatorium of TB) and who was, in turn, named after Chana's father Zalman-Hirsch. How can I contact Deb.  I'm sorry if I've sent out more than one version of this, but I just joined the conversation group and I'm not quite up yet on how best to use it.
Dan Greenspan

Re: Chana Wittes Buchwald Podhajce

ldyslpr46
 

WE ARE MISHPACHA!!!!!!!! Will write to you privately.. thank you!

Re: Chana Wittes Buchwald Podhajce

mervinr@...
 

How exciting it is that our Podhajce Yahoo site helped two family members make a connection with each other!
 
Jean Rosenbaum
 

Sent: Monday, December 08, 2014 1:32 PM
Subject: [podhajce] Re: Chana Wittes Buchwald Podhajce
 
 

WE ARE MISHPACHA!!!!!!!! Will write to you privately.. thank you!

Re: Chana Wittes Buchwald Podhajce

jerome schatten
 

Podhajcers...


Yes indeed... it is exciting and gratifying to see folks find each other through this little group of ours. Congratulations to you both, and to Jean, who's tireless efforts kept things together for us over the years.
Best, Jerome Schatten --the list owner and webperson
Vancouver


On 2014-12-08, 5:45 PM, mervinr@... [podhajce] wrote:
How exciting it is that our Podhajce Yahoo site helped two family members make a connection with each other!
Jean Rosenbaum


*From:* mailto:podhajce@...
*Sent:* Monday, December 08, 2014 1:32 PM
*To:* podhajce@... <mailto:podhajce@...>
*Subject:* [podhajce] Re: Chana Wittes Buchwald Podhajce
WE ARE MISHPACHA!!!!!!!! Will write to you privately.. thank you!

Furtak, Gandurska, Mostova from Podhajce or Zlotniki

adam furtak
 

Hello everybody:) 

Furtak, Gandurska, Mostova from Podhajce or  Zlotniki- I'm waiting for any sign fro you:) if know anything about those surnames or heard about that.

Best Regards 

Adam


New AGAD Data and Links Added to the JRI-Poland Database

mervinr@...
 

Just wanted to be sure everyone saw this notice which includes the addition of some new data from Podhajce. Thanks to everyone whose contributions to JRI-Poland made this possible. Happy New Year to all my fellow Podhajce researchers. Jean Rosenbaum

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Halpern mark@...
Sent: Monday, December 29, 2014 9:22 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group Subject:
New AGAD Data and Links Added to the JRI-Poland Database Indices Placed Online


It is my pleasure to announce that data for 13 towns in Eastern Galicia indexed at the AGAD Archive have been added to the JRI-Poland online database as follows: B=births, M=marriages, D=deaths, (-) years are inclusive, (/) some years are missing - Boryslaw 1913 BMD - Drohobycz 1913 BMD - Gliniany 1893-1903, 1908-1913 B - Komarno 1877/1904 M; 1905, 1908-12 D - Narajow 1895-1910 B - Podhajce 1906-08 B; 1906, 1910 M - Przemyslany 1910-1913 M - Sambor 1906-1909, 1911-1912 B - Sokal 1906-1911 B; 1906-1913 D - Sokolowka 1913 B - Szczerzec 1906-1912 BD - Zablotow 1908-1911 B; 1896-1912 M; 1893-1906 D - Zolkiew 1862-1876, 1906-1907, 1909-1910 B; 1805/1871, 1906-11 M Indices Available to be Placed Online ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


JRI-Poland has also indexed records at the AGAD Archive that are not yet online. Our practice is that these record indices are placed online once the cost of indexing these records has been raised. Records for the following towns can use your help to make them available online. Links from AGAD Indices to Online Images ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Our Database Manager Michael Tobias has now linked all the AGAD Archive index entries up through Signature 3006 to the approximate webpage of images containing that record. The link ("View Nearby Image" in the left hand column of the search results webpage) should be within a few webpages of the correct image. Researchers will need to move forward and backwards based on the year and AKT number they want to view. Many of the AGAD records up through 1911 now have online images. Our linking team under the supervision of Howard Fink is working to link index entries to the EXACT webpage of images. For these towns, the link on the left hand column will read "View Image." The index entries for Bursztyn and Stanislawow have now been linked to the EXACT image page. My thanks to all the generous town project supporters and town leaders who make the addition of this data possible and to the considerable efforts of volunteers such as Hadassah Lipsius, Steve Zedeck, Howard Fink, Michael Tobias, and Stanley Diamond. Again, please consider contributing to the indexing of the records for your town.


Donations may be made online at
http://jri-poland.org/support.htm
It is the generosity of JRI-Poland supporters who recognize the key role that their donations have to help preserve the records of their ancestors that make JRI-Poland successful.

Re: New AGAD Data and Links Added to the JRI-Poland Database

jerome schatten
 

Here's a better rendition of the message Jean forwarded:

Just wanted to be sure everyone saw this notice which includes the addition
of some new data from Podhajce.  Thanks to everyone whose contributions
to JRI-Poland made this possible.

Happy New Year to all my fellow Podhajce researchers.

Jean Rosenbaum

-----Original Message----- From: Mark Halpern mark@...
Sent: Monday, December 29, 2014 9:22 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: New AGAD Data and Links Added to the JRI-Poland Database

Indices Placed Online
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
It is my pleasure to announce that data for 13 towns in Eastern Galicia
indexed at the AGAD Archive have been added to the JRI-Poland online
database as follows:

B=births, M=marriages, D=deaths, (-) years are inclusive, (/) some years are
missing

- Boryslaw 1913 BMD
- Drohobycz 1913 BMD
- Gliniany 1893-1903, 1908-1913 B
- Komarno 1877/1904 M; 1905, 1908-12 D
- Narajow 1895-1910 B
- Podhajce 1906-08 B; 1906, 1910 M
- Przemyslany 1910-1913 M
- Sambor 1906-1909, 1911-1912 B
- Sokal 1906-1911 B; 1906-1913 D
- Sokolowka 1913 B
- Szczerzec 1906-1912 BD
- Zablotow 1908-1911 B; 1896-1912 M; 1893-1906 D
- Zolkiew 1862-1876, 1906-1907, 1909-1910 B; 1805/1871, 1906-11 M

Indices Available to be Placed Online
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
JRI-Poland has also indexed records at the AGAD Archive that are not yet
online. Our practice is that these record indices are placed online once the
cost of indexing these records has been raised. Records for the following
towns can use your help to make them available online.

Links from AGAD Indices to Online Images
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Our Database Manager Michael Tobias has now linked all the AGAD Archive
index entries up through Signature 3006 to the approximate webpage of images
containing that record. The link ("View Nearby Image" in the left hand
column of the search results webpage) should be within a few webpages of the
correct image. Researchers will need to move forward and backwards based on
the year and AKT number they want to view. Many of the AGAD records up
through 1911 now have online images.

Our linking team under the supervision of Howard Fink is working to link
index entries to the EXACT webpage of images. For these towns, the link on
the left hand column will read "View Image." The index entries for Bursztyn
and Stanislawow have now been linked to the EXACT image page.

My thanks to all the generous town project supporters and town leaders who
make the addition of this data possible and to the considerable efforts of
volunteers such as Hadassah Lipsius, Steve Zedeck, Howard Fink, Michael
Tobias, and Stanley Diamond.

Again, please consider contributing to the indexing of the records for your
town. Donations may be made online at http://jri-poland.org/support.htm. It
is the generosity of JRI-Poland supporters who recognize the key role that
their donations have to help preserve the records of their ancestors that
make JRI-Poland successful. 

Hirschfeld family

adam furtak
 

Looking for Hirschfeld family from Podhajce.

Adam

 

anyone find their paternal ancestors military records? Circa 1890-1900

JK
 

Hello All,

Just curious if anyone ever found the military records of any of their paternal ancestors from Podhajce (1890-1900)

I am only looking for a DEFINITIVE SOURCE--please do not suggest any websites unless you definitely found 
military records for Podhajce.

I checked all the websites already recommended...maybe they don't exist (i.e. destroyed in Warsaw in WW2)?

thanks,
Jeff

Re: anyone find their paternal ancestors military records? Circa 1890-1900

Frank Bittner
 

If you find a confirmed source please let me know.
 
Frank Bittner


On Sunday, March 8, 2015 4:31 PM, "JK jeffckellner@... [podhajce]" wrote:




Hello All,

Just curious if anyone ever found the military records of any of their paternal ancestors from Podhajce (1890-1900)

I am only looking for a DEFINITIVE SOURCE--please do not suggest any websites unless you definitely found 
military records for Podhajce.

I checked all the websites already recommended...maybe they don't exist (i.e. destroyed in Warsaw in WW2)?

thanks,
Jeff




Re: anyone find their paternal ancestors military records? Circa 1890-1900

JK
 

absolutely :-)



From: "Frank Bittner frankabittner@... [podhajce]"
To: podhajce@...
Sent: Monday, March 9, 2015 1:13 PM
Subject: Re: [podhajce] anyone find their paternal ancestors military records? Circa 1890-1900



If you find a confirmed source please let me know.
 
Frank Bittner


On Sunday, March 8, 2015 4:31 PM, "JK jeffckellner@... [podhajce]" wrote:




Hello All,

Just curious if anyone ever found the military records of any of their paternal ancestors from Podhajce (1890-1900)

I am only looking for a DEFINITIVE SOURCE--please do not suggest any websites unless you definitely found 
military records for Podhajce.

I checked all the websites already recommended...maybe they don't exist (i.e. destroyed in Warsaw in WW2)?

thanks,
Jeff