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Eighteen files were translated resulting in nearly 23,000 lines of data.The last of the eighteen files has been added to the Kaunas Family List site at Finding that files like these exist is just the beginning of a project.In Kaunas, an interview with Professor Egidius Aleksandrovicius lays out the entire history of Jewry in Lithuania.In Vilnius, the family focus is re-established as they visit the National Archives where they learn a lot about the Freedlands and the Mindels, discovering crumbling nineteenth century archives that refer to what could be Michael's ancestors.The trail now points clearly to Baisogala, what was once a tiny shtetl in the Lithuanian countryside.Simon the guide knows of a Jewish cemetery on the outskirts, but it's a cemetery he hasn't seen for ten years, as it's been flooded for a reservoir, but by an amazing stroke of luck, the team tries a wooded hillside and...there it is, remnants of old and mostly illegible Jewish tombs, where, no doubt, Michael and Jonathan's ancestors are buried." (Producer: Neil Rosser //A Ladbroke Production for BBC Radio 4).
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Esther is a holocaust survivor who maried Moshe Kremer of Kurenitz ( also a survivor) the Kremer family is related to the Kramer family of the New York area who first brought Chabad to the U.
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Yerachmiel Berns A friend showed me a link with photos of the Jewish community in Crakow which you created: am interesting about the photo No. I like to use the photo for my dissertation about Deaf Jews Please feel free to contact me. Thanks, Mark Zaurov I just stumbled onto your website recently. .( during the war they escaped to the Soviet Union). Knowing that their forebears settled in the UK in the late 19th century they set off to try to find any trace of the Freedlands who came from Baisogala in Lithuania and the Mindels from Dunilovichy in Belarus.
My great-great-grandmother was Rachael Perlman, nee Chait, who was born in Baisogala, Lithuania around 1840. I note from your website an Asna Chait, nee Kriger. From 1946 to 1974, they lived in Vilnius For more information and pictures; SHUB is buried in the Jewish cemetery of Vilnius. As the journey progresses, it becomes a broader search- a search for Jewish life.
I plan to go to Slonim, where my grandfather was born. I am just wondering if anyone knows the names of the Magid Family shown on Vilna os-91. Leizer Gordin (z.l) was my great-grandfather, Michael Gordin(z.l) - my grandmother, Zelda Gordin (z.l) - my mother and I - Reuven Slutskin - was born in Daugavpils in 1934.