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Can you please give me some guidance on how to find any relatives, however distant, who may still be alive..... Do you have more informations of it and who have the photo? Smith, CLU, Ch FC, CLTC CA Insurance Lic# 0741819 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 600 Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Tel (323) 965-6327 Fax (323) 965-0941 Jewishgen: Dear all, One of my Grandfather's sisters; Roza SHUB, born Usdin ( c1894) married Solomo, son of Haim SHUB. Their children: - Simen, born in 1920 in Poland - Bella, born in 1932 in Poland . Christine Usdin France From: Alex Noyenski In your research on Slonim, have you come across a little village that was located near Slonim called Gnoino? These two countries once thronged with Jewish life, a life that was all but extinguished by successive regimes- Russian Czarists, Soviets and then the Nazis who, with the help of some Lithuanians, managed to totally decimate many towns and villages, or shtetls.
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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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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).