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127. Pfaller
Englestadt

Lu Ann Herin
luann.herin@home.com

126. Jerzy Waldemar Ochocinski
Shl-Feschostan, Germany. My father at the age of 15 in 1941 was put to work by the Germans on the farms in Germany, near Shl-Feschostan. He was also in the Polish Army later. Would like to find out more about the Polish children of the war and if there is a list of any kind from the Polish Army registery.

Susanna B. Harris
Susannahar@aol.com

125. Eduard Chabuz
Birthplace: Jandzcow; Last known wife's residence in Radom Date of Birth May 3, 1895; birthplace Jandzcow. Prisoner number 19.241 in Mauthansen. Number given on December 3, 1942. Incarcerated for Political Reasons (SV Pole). Last contact; letter to wife Maria in Radom censored by camp police 8/10/43. Postmarked but apparently undelivered. Transferred to Gusen (auxillary camp to Mauthansen) at some point according to camp records. Unknown fate after that. Looking for ANY information on either Eduard or wife Maria.

Ann Killion
akillio1@mediaone.net
Boston MA USA

124. Liszczak - Poland.
I am Polish and I want to know if my family members were killed in the Holocaust.

Nicole Murphy
NikkiLuck6@aol.com USA

123. Rodopoulos Spiros
1941-1945 Rodopoulos Spiros was my father. He was prisoner in Maria Lanzendorf and Flossenburg concetration camps. I am trying to locate any information regarding his life in the camps. If anyone knows something it will be a great help.

Nicholas Rodopoulos
Younrodo@netone.gr
Athens - Greece

122. Lily S. Woloszynowicz - Poland
I am trying to discover whether or not I have Jewish heritage. I know that my grandmother was Ukranian, living in Poland, during the war, and was in the camps. She escaped, married an American soldier, Horace Mitchell, and my father, Richard Michael Mitchell, was born in Frankfurt, Germany, 10-25-1947. They then moved to the States, where my uncle Daniel and aunt Lena were born. While my father was raised Catholic, I have had my doubts about whether Grandma Lily (not her real first name, it was changed when she came to the USA) is really Catholic. However, my father died when I was young and I have no contact with that side of my family. I am trying to find out the following information: what town was my grandmother from, what camp(s) she was in, what is her nationality.
Rebecca Mildren
nmildren@online.ru
Moscow, Russia

121. Albert Philip Fagot, Albert Philip Fagot de LaGarzinni
This is my grandfather i am looking up. I was never told anything of him except for the few things that my family BELIEVED to be true. which are: 1. name: Albert Philip Fagot OR Albert Philip Fagot de LaGarzzinni 2. his second last name was Clark/Clarke 3. he was believed to be french and left his homeland (wherever it was) to prevent persecution and even execution. 4. he WOULD have been persecuted because perhaps he knew TOO MUCH of the Nazi idealogy and plans. (i am not sure whether he was a Nazi (follower) himslelf or one of the many who did not comply with the Ayan race characteristics.) 5. he some how managed to reach central america and shortened his original name "Albert Philip Fagot de LaGarzzinni" to just Albert Philip Fagot. he would then add the letter "H" to Fagot renewing the family name to Fagoth, now my last name. 6. he some how managed to reach central america and shortened his original name "Albert Philip Fagot de LaGarzzinni" to just Albert Philip Fagot. he would then add the letter "H" to Fagot renewing the family name to Fagoth, now my last name. PLEASE HELP ME FIND MY HSTORY. HELP ME FIND THE STORY OF MY PAST.
Dina Carolina Fagoth
solkicarolina@cswebmail.com,
or kfagoth@bellsouth.net
miami, florida, united states of america

120. Gander - London
I am currently producing a photography project and website as a tribute to all those who died in these terrible times. During researching the holocaust i have been shocked and saddened by it and it has in turn inspired me to produce the above. I would like anybody who knows of people by the name of 'Gander' who were in the holocaust as it has been something that would mean a lot to me to know that someone along my name has been involved in this terrible crime that has leftsuch an impression and sadness in me. So please if anybody could contact me regarding that. God bless those who died, they'll never be forgotten
Christopher Gander
toolshed84@hotmail.com
England

119. Jezaps Krusts Werstat Holstz
prison camp Newstadt My parents were in the camp. My fathers name Jazeps Krusts and mother Bronislava Eisaks. They were in the camp until 1948. Does anyone know of this camp? Where did the people goe after the camp? They were from Latvia.
Anna Heilman
balloondecor@mwci.net
German Valley, IL 61039

118. Daniel Paminsk
1944 Poland
Monique Smith
mosmith838@hotmail.com
Milton Ontario Canada

117. Klatzo,David
Tookem, Tatvia
June Isabella Courting Gill
pvg@ix.netcom.com
Palm Springs, California. USA

116. Richter, Mottel/ Mordechai
Lemberg
Dr. Josef Richter Zelgstrasse 43 8003 Zurich Switzerland
josef.richter@swissonline.ch
Zurich Switzerland

115. Szydziak
Poland. She was my great aunt. My grandfather and great uncle escaped but we presume that she did not make it.... She was Polish but i don't know what her name was. Thank you if you have any information.She could have been married.
Lisa Szydziak
liexpress@rocketmail.com
Canada

114. Thomas Jedlinski
Bialystok Poland. Arrested by the NKVD December, 1939. Not heard of after that night.
I. MacDonald
joemacdonald@symaptico.ca
Canada

113. HEINZ/HEINRICH JOSEPH AND INGRID ZETTLIN
1942-1943 = Berlin, Germany. Heinz and Ingrid were deported in 1943 from Berlin,Germany. They left their infant son on a park bench and he survived Theresianstadt. I am looking for any surviving JOSEPH OR ZETTLIN RELATIVES.
Thekla
Thekla1@aol.com
Arizona, USA

112. Tadeusz Wrobel
Joseph Tylosky
tyloskypbs@worldnet.att.net
USA Florida

111. Mother: Rosalia Kit Hlawka
Poland or Ukraine. We have little information: Rosalia Kit came to England as a refugee, she said she was from the Ukraine, but we have reason to believe that she was a Polish Jew, in her last years she only communicated in Polish. She died 2 years ago aged 84. She lived in blackburn lancashire and met and married Michael Hlawka who died around 20 years ago. she moved to bolton where she lived until she went into an old persons home in Radcliffe. we do know that her family bred horses but she refused to talk about the war years. Any help would be gratefully received
Anne Hlawka
hlawka@btinternet.com
Bolton, Lancashire, England

110. Pahlmann
Bielefeld, Germany. Pahlmann family of Bielefield/Werther, Germany married to Ronsiek family lost in the early 1940's. Pahlmann family were Jews, but Ronsiek's were Catholics. Any records or starting point for Pahlmann family of Bielefeld/Werther Germany is welcomed. Y
Michael Ronsiek
militarycases@aol.com
Covington, Louisiana USA

109. Franckowiak
amanda gondek
mander2041@aol.com
fayetteville,nc,usa

108. Henryk and Irena Federman
From Warsaw/henrykow Poland. looking for my parents or any one whom knows the name above. My name is Hanka federman/szancer. My mothers name was Gliksman from Radom.her parents were from Lodz.I dont know many detail because I was a little child.I was born december 31 1936 in warsaw poland.
Hanna Federman/Szancer
mikeandhanna@aol.com
New York, USA

107. Bernard Siennicki, F
Warsaw, Poland. My name was Sonia Siennicki and I was in school in Lwow when the Russians invaded. I was taken prisoner and have never been able to find my family. They lived in Warsaw. My father's name was Lygmunt, my brother was Bernard and my sister was Rosalia. I would greatly appreciate any information I could get. Thank you.
Sharon Kayser
Quarriers1958@hotmail.com
USA

106. FAMILIA ELFENBAUM
1939-1946 LODZ-POLAND. Soy nieto de DAVID ELFENBAUM, quien se casó con fany FRENKEL O FRIENKEL NATIVOS DE LODZ, LLEGARON A LA ARGENTINA en 1922, un hermano suyo de nombre ABRAHAM HELFENBAUM, FUE A CANADA FRANCESA, QUEDARON EN SU PAIS HERMANOS HERMANAS Y MADRE DE MI ABUELO. QUISIERA SABER SU DESTINO, SI HAY SOBREVIVIENTES, YA QUE HABIA MUCHOS SOBRINOS EN POLONIA. NUNCA TUVE CONTACTO CON LA FAMILIA EN CANADA ME ENCANTARÍA SABER MIS ORIGENES Y SOBRE TODO QUE OCURRIO CON MIS ANTEPASADOS. GRACIAS.
GUILLERMO JOSE ELFENBAUM
elfengui@neunet.com.ar
NEUQUEN-ARGENTINA

105. RYCHLIK, Kazimiera
Chrzanow, Poland. My mother Kazimiera Rychlik as a child, together with her brothers Mieczyslaw, Julian, Franciszek and mother Adela, were taken in May 1942 from their home in Chrzanow to the Polenlager-32 camp in Oderberg (Bohumin, Czech Rep.) In Jan 1945 the camp was evacuated and my mother, together with brothers Mieczyslaw, Franciszek (Julian died in the camp) and mother Adela, were transported to Frauen KL Ravensbruck camp near Berlin. She was there from Jan 1945 to Feb/Mar 1945 (block 30 and 32). In Mar 1945 she, together with brothers Mieczyslaw and Franciszek (her mother died in the camp), were transported to Oranienburg-Germendorf camp, were she remained until liberation. She now lives in Poland. While there are documents confirming her stay in Oderberg, it is extremely difficult to receive any information about the camps Ravensbruck and Oranienburg (many documents were destroyed at the end of the war). I would appreciate any help on these matters.
Tad Philips
bija@senet.com.au
Adelaide, Australia

104. Paluchowicz
Mike Anstead
manstead@state.pa.us
Mechanicsburg, PA

103. Armin (Hermann) Schleichkorn
Gnazda, Slovakia
The only survivor from family in Gnazda. Escaped to Palestine on "illegal" ship in 1941. Younger brother, Morris, listed in German Auschwitz Death Registry. Trying to find out what happened to parents, sisters, aunts and uncles. Mother's family: GOLDBERGER
phkorn@hotmail.com
Montreal, CANADA

102. Goj, Stanislaw
Urbanowice, Silesia, Poland. Stanislaw Goj was a deserter from the German Army, and imprisoned. His father spent a couple of weeks in Auschwitz because of this. Stanislaw never returned home at the end of the War, and was rumoured to have ended his days in a German concentration camp. I want to find out what happened to him - he's my uncle.
Christopher Goj
christophergoj@hotmail.com
Berlin

101. Dunakowski and Bielinski/Bielynski
Poland. Very little known - some family emigrated to NY and Rochester, NY both just before WW II and -so I've been told- just after, survived from Dachau and Auschwitz (could be others).
Mary Ellen
MerryEllen@earthlink.net
Rochester, N Y USA

100. Skrzypczak,Veronika & Wilhelm Zullichau
Poland
karin1au@yahoo.com.au
Australia

99. Zloccowick
Hello, my name is Natasha Zloccowick. I am 16 years old, and my family and I have been searching for relatives for the past two years, to no avail. The majority of our family lives in Brazil, and including myself, there are only five ZLOCCOWICKS in the United States. We believe this name may be Polish, but we are unsure. If you or someone you know is a Zloccowick, please come in contact with us. I live in NY.

My email is ironbunny@msn.com
New Rochelle, NY

98. Szymenderski, Czeslaw
Wroclaw, Poland. He was taken away from parents sometime during holocaust at the age of fifteen.
Penny Baxter
happy_gerl@hormail.com
Australia

97. Druzinski, Ciarkowski, Zawodny (these are all surnames)
Where are all my relatives??? I'm only 17, but I have tried to find some kind of word on what happened to all of my family in Poland. Out of all the research we have done, we found someone with my surname (ciarkowski) living somewhere in Germany. I understand that my great grandparents had gone back to Poland during WWII to help aid their village (village name not known) and they murdered by Nazis. Many of my family members have blonde hair and blue eyes (as I do also) so there is a chance they could have been forced into work camps and survived somehow. If anyone has heard of anyone from the holocaust with these surnames, please contact me. Every bit of information would help me tremendously. I would be very grateful. Thank you!
Rachel "pee chee" Ciarkowski
peeps_127@hotmail.com
Detroit, Michigan, USA

96. Joachim Friedner
1945 Krakow,Poland. Joachim was released from the concentration camp , Ebensee, May 1945. He was 21 years at the time. He was originally from Krakow Poland. Any information on him would be helpful.
ashley havlin
ashleyhavlin@hotmail.com
Canada

95. Rozenbaum, Joshua
1943-46 Tarnobjec. Remained behind when family was exiled to Russia. Sister Helen(a)? Wife Leah. Sons Izthak (1912) and Berish (1924)
Heidi Rosenbaum
hiho56@aol.com
Rockaway Park, New York

94. Stanislaus Zagrodnik
Czarna -Tarnow Poland. I am searching for parents of Peter and Frank Zagrodnik from Czarna Tarnow Poland and other family. Parents were Stanislaus and Maria (Wilk)Zagrodnik.Peter and Frank immigrated to the Us abt 1900 to Hatfield Mass. Unable to find rest of family.
Richard Zagrodnik
rangerzig@aol.com
Palm Harbor Fla

93. Giacone
Italy - Village of Giaconera
Looking for assistance I recently learned that many of my family were killed in the 40's by Nazis in Italy, any sugestions or assistance ??
kenneth giacone
gicone@aol.com

92. Antin (Anthony) Zukowsky Zukowski, Zhukovskyj
Pomorjany, Brody.
My grandfather's name was Antin (Anthony) Zukowsky (his last name could be spelled in many different ways...Zukowski, Zhukovskyj, etc, depending on who handled documents during the second world war. His nickname was Tos'ko. The only scars I know of were scars on both wrists, where manacles had dug into his wrists while he was interred at Bereza Kartuzka (a concentration camp). I also would like to know if you have any idea where I can obtain records of Bereza Kartuska, a concentration camp in Poland/Belorus? I know that Aushwitz has extensive records available but I have had a heck of a time trying to find out the exact location of this particular camp. Any chance you would have knowledge of this camp, and how I could get access to whatever records they may have made public regarding my grandfather and his internment there?

My grandfather aided and hid Jews in Western Ukraine during the Second World War. I would like to know how one would go about searching for witnesses or people who were indeed helped by my grandfather in order to have my grandfather publicly recognized for his bravery by having his name included in The Rightous among Nations list. I realize this search may be fruitless, due to the length of time that has elapsed between now and then. He lived in Pomorjany, Brody (where he hid Jews in his home) and Lvov, all towns and cities in Ukraine. My aunt (his sister-in-law) is still living and could stand as one witness. My mother (his daughter) is also living and could stand as another witness. I know of three other people who knew of this and are also still living. I do not know the names of the people he hid, but there may be someone who might remember his name. My grandfather was also a prisoner of war in the concentration camp at Bereza Kartuska. Do you know where I can get any additional information on this particular concentration camp (ie. names of prisoners, dates, pictures of the camp etc). Any internet searches I have done have yielded very little information. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you! With much gratitude.
RSHK@aol.com
Roma Sonia Horodysky-Kowcz

91. DZIUBA - KOCH - BUCK
GLIWICE, POLAND. I am looking for Albina Dziuba Koch, Walter Koch, twin brother and sister Erich and Erika Koch born in 1941. Also looking for Adolf Buck, father of Margerete Dziuba. Mother and Father of Albina are Jan and Kataryna Dziuba. My Mother, Margerete Dziuba, was seperated from her family during the war. She thinks she was about six years old at the time? She ended up in southern Germany and then the U.S.. Records show Albina married in 1940 to I assume Walter Koch because later records show Walter as being the father of Erich and Erika born in 1941, a year after being married.
William S. Lovelace
Lovelace931@cs.com
Tallahassee, Florida

90. Mrzjlaki, Karlovac
Croatia. I am searching for my grandfather who went MIA in WW2 after being taken by the Nazi Armed Forces. My mother never knew her father because of this and we just want to know his whereabouts, alive or not.
Julie Sobolewski
superjules@optusnet.com.au
Australia

89. Jwan Beljakowa, Klawa Beljakowa, Maria Beljakowa(neeWerosowa)
Location: = Dachau, Auschwitz, Heidlberg, Krolow. Germany & Poland Description: = Seeking information on fate of theses people for other surviving members living in Australia
Bjorn
misty2000@optusnet.com.au
Australia, Qld

88. Michal Born, Roman Wolinski, Ludwig Wolinski, Edward Wolinski, Czeslawa Wolinski/Kucharski; Sylvester Wolinski; Felitzia Born/Sulkowski; Zofia Born/Ebel; Anna Born/Monczewski
Warsawa and Gniezno; also Izabelin. Aleksandra Lotocki nee Born was taken off the streets of Warsaw in 1942 to a German labour Camp. Eight years later in 1950 as a displaced person she immigrated to Australia with her son, Waldemar. She has never seen any of her family again. Michal Born, her father lived in Warsaw, a jeweller and silversmith and was the youngest of thirteen children. Known siblings are: Anna who married a Monczewski and had 2 sons Bronislawa and Klemens; Felitzia who married a Sulkowski who was a prison warden in Warsaw and had 3 sons - Witold, Roman and Boleslaw; and Zofia who married an Ebel and lived on an orchard [orange grove] in Izabelin and had 2 sons, Gerard and Henryk. Michal maried Stanislawa Wolinski who died in 1934 in Warsaw. Michal is believed to have come from Manheim in Germany and was protestant. The Wolinski family came from Gniezno, in Posen. Wojciech Wolinski married Elzbieta Ratuszna, lived at Cierpiegi 13 in Gniezno and had six children. Stanislawa [the eldest] who married Michal Born; Sylvester; Roman; Edward; Czeslawa and Ludwik Sylvester: headmaster in Boys school about 10 km outside Gniezno. he was in the Army Reserves; believed killed Roman: born in 1918 conscripted into the army in 1939 aged 21; believed killed. He was an artist and photographer Edward: also a school teacher in Gniezno; taken to a concentration camp in 1939 Csezlawa: married a Kucharski and had 2 sons; lived behind the Gniezno Cathedral [bishops garden] Ludwik married a Bogna? and was an engine driver in Poznan, had a son Janusz. Also Miecislaw Miniakowski last seen in labour camp in 1945, possibly Ladhe.
LOTOCKI
lotocki@ozemail.com.au
Australia

87. Milos Stefanek
Zena O'Connor
rzl@bigpond.com.au
Sydney, Australia

86. Goniadz, Poland
My father was born in Goniadz, Poland around 1903. I am trying to get any information I can about that shtetel. Population, characteristics, etc. Most of all, what happened to it, during Hitler's onslaught? I am not looking for reperations, or property rights. Just historical facts. If you can help me with my research, I would be tremendously appreciative. Thank you so much for your time and consideration!

Marvin Chonofsky
sherlock1@rcn.com
USA

85. Stankiewicz
I am not sure where to look. My father was born in Poland on Sept 2, 1915 Stefan Stankiewicz. He passed away when I was 10 and I never knew his life history. I think he came from Vilna or Wilnov not sure if either exist or are spelled correctly. they are from memory. I never met any of my father's family and would love to get in contact with anyone who knew my father or his family I do know that my grandmother was named Aniela.
Aniela Stankiewicz
AAStankiewicz@aol.com
California

84. Sonia Demitrowa
My grandmother was a Russian woman who was in a concentration camp during WWII. I was told that she was in Auschwitz, but that may be wrong. She spoke six languages fluently. She was very beautiful and had blonde hair and blue eyes. She survived the camp and did not want to return to Russia and so she came to the U.S. with my grandfather who was Captain Leonard Buck in the U.S. army. I was told that she falsified her papers, perhaps claiming that she was Polish, I do not know if this is true. She committed suicide when my mother was three, in 1950. My grandfather refused to speak of her and he has passed away. I need to find anyone that knew her or is related to me. Please contact me with anything you know that may help me.
Eva Prettyman
evaprettyman@juno.com
USA

83. Jochimiak, Joachimiak, Jachimiak, Ambrose and Marianne nee Marciniak Kobylata przedcz. Ambrose and Marianne had 13 children and one grandchild who left them in 1928. In the beginning of the war there was contact between them but after the war they were never heard of again. Ambrose Jochimiak was born 1846 Maryann Marciniak 1855 known names of children Francis , Joseph born 1894 stella, stephanie, Ignatuius born 1898 vincent and ruth. Last place known was in kobylata przedcz poland Frances married Joe Brzezinski they had a child named Helen. they lived in Kracow.
Patricia McClure
RavenWings@home.com
Olympia, Wa USA

82. WISNIEWSKA, MARIANNA
1939 - 1945 - Lyse, Poland. I am trying to help my mother-in-law recover some lost memories from during the war. We are trying to determine where she was held captive as a slave labourer on a farm. Here is her story: Her maiden name was Marianna Wisniewska. She was born on September 13, 1922 and was taken from her home in Lyse, Poland, not far from Kolno. She remembers: a)The region was Ostpreussen and believes she was somewhere close to Koenigsberg. b)There were mostly women labourers but also some Polish soldiers. c)The farmer fled his land around the end of 1944 when the Russians started to push the Germans back. d)The slave labourers were ushered back to Gdansk, sometimes on foot and sometimes by truck. e) In Gdansk they were put into boats and taken to Germany. If this story sounds painfully familiar and anyone out there remembers Marianna, or Maria Wisniewska, please contact us. We would appreciate hearing from you. Thank you.
Julie Jazwinski
resultsplus@globalserve.net
Aurora Ontario Canada

81. Leon Block - Stutthof
My Grandfather, Leon Block, was a defender of the Gdansk Post office Sept 1 1939. He was taken to Stutthof and was amongst the first 50 men killed in Nazi Camps in Poland. I am interested in any information about the defense of the Polish Post office in Gdansk (Danzig) and any information about my Grandfather who is buried in Zaspa.
Larry Papa
ecp@bendcable.com
Bend, Oregon
USA

80. Jacob Hausner
1945. Auschwitz. I know very little about this man except he was eldery and died in Auschwitz in 1945
.
Gary Rutherford
krosteen@yahoo.com
newcastle upon tyne
united kingdom

79. Chaim Bruck, Samuel Bruck
Krakow, Poland

Rhonda Brick
rhondabrick@excite.ca
Montreal Canada

78. Chilko or Chilkoski
Sakowize

John Chilko
s3296415@student.anu.edu.au
Canberra, ACT , Australia

77. Seminck, Juliaan - Brussels Belgium
Arrested Brussels 1942. Mauthauzen camp:nr 131939 Died at Mauthauzen camp:31/3/1945. Who knows more?
Seminck, Rosalinde
pebbles1@pi.be
Belgium

76. Schwarzstein, Dawid - Warsawa, Poland
I am looking for any kind of information on my grand-father, Dawid Schwarzstein. He disappeared during the II world war. He lived in Poland, owned a shop for electrical material in Warsawa. He was married to Eugenia Rosengart and had two sons. One of them was my father, Symcha Jerzy Schwarzstein, who studied psychology in Warsawa before the war and migrated after the war to Brazil.

Marco André Schwarzstein
biaab@uol.com.br
Brasília - Brazil

75. Kustulow, Kustulov, Anna,Victor,Michael,Lora,Leonid, Albert
1940 to 1945 - Starodub, Russia Province of Brajask. My father's name is Michael.His father was Victor who was killed. Michael and his mother Anna were taken by the Germans. I believe they were taken in 1942 to Shtudgard,Critezheim Germany my father was about 9 or 10 years old I'm not sure if the last name Kustuslow is the correct spelling. I am searching for my fathers brothers, Leonid and Albert (Alec) and his sister Lora. He believed his address was 75 Leninskay in Staodub, Russia. At the time my father and his mother were taken his brothers and sister were not around and he did not know what happened to them. If you have any information I would be most gratful. Thank you and God Bless.

Liza Latwinski
WG170@aol.com
Northville, Michigan, USA

74. JOHANN VIEHMANN
1940-1946 - KREUZNACH, RHINELAND

MICHAEL BERRY
MICHAEL460924@AOL.COM
QUINCY

73. ROSA DRUCK (?) - Vilna, Poland
DID ANY JEWISH HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR KNOW MY MOTHER ROSA DRUCK BORN IN VILNA, POLAND ABOUT MAY 1918 WHO WAS ENSALVED IN THE VILNA GHETTO THEN FORCED TO NAZI OCCUPIED ESTONIA WITH MANY OTHER JEWISH WOMEN THEN BY THE SS TO STUTTHOFF CONCENTRATION CAMP WHERE MY MOTHER WAS POSSIBLY RESCUED OR FREE BY THE RUSSIAN TROOPS. PLEASE TRY TO HELP ME WITH ANY INFORMATION AND ANY COMMENT WOULD BE WELCOME. I BELIEVE GOD HELPED MY MOTHER TO SURVIVE, ONE OF THE VERY FEW JEWISH PERSONS WHO SURVIVED SEVERAL NAZI CONCENTRATION CAMPS.

e. nathanael kemer
whales1111111@yahoo.com
NYC

72. DABROWSKI, ROMUALD - 1940 LWOW POLAND
PODZAMSZCE 3 LWOW, POLAND Description: = BRZESC NAD BUGIEM POLESIE POLAND. DABROWSKI FAMILY ARISTOCRATS TOMASZ ADAM OWNED BREWERY, WIFE KAZIMIERA MARIA NEE TYZESCKA COAT OF ARMS STRZEMI. ROMUALD DABROWSKI BORN JANUARY 9 1914 DWORZEC STOLIN POLESIE POLAND WAS EDUCATED IN POCHAYEVSKAYA LAVRA (LARGE MONASTERIES oRTHODOX) WENT TO Hi SCHOOL BRZESC NAD BUGIEM POLESIE POLAND (5 years classical type)1st wife JOZEFA NEE WIERZBICKA HER FATHER MICHAL WIERZBICKI IN 1941 LIVED IN DELEJOW STANISLAWOW. 2 SONS WLADYSLAW DABROWSKI BORN MAY 1939 AND MICHAL BORN DECEMBER 1940. 1940 OUR FATHER WAS DEPORTED AND LOST ALL FAMILY TOUCH FOREVER, VIA IRAN IRAQ WITH POLISH FORCES UNDER BRITISH COMMAND ENDED UP IN PALESTINE. I NEVER HAD ANY CONTACT WITH MY FAMILY, NEVER MET ANYONE EVER, AND KNOW NOTHING ABOUT ANYONE. AM DESPERATELY SEARCHING FOR ANY LIVE FAMILY MEMBER ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD AS MY LATE FATHER TOOK HIS SECRET TO HIS GRAVE 16 YEARS AGO.I LIVE IN THE USA

NADIA LARSEN NEE DOMBROWSKI

nadialars@aol.com
Tucson Arizona USA

71. Renate Krochmal - Vienna, Austria
All I know is that she was born October 3rd 1935 in Vienna, Austria. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Savannah
Mayflower3414@aol.com
Snohomish, Wa. USA

70. Trofim Laganiak (Lahaniak) - Ukraine- possibly Lopuszna area
My grandfather, and his half brothers and sisters were sent to work camps and separated and never reunited. His stepfathers name is Nicholli Kundyk and their mother's name was Maria. My grandfather was around 15 and put to work, he was sent to different work camps. His date of birth is August 8. His mother's maiden name was possibly Laganiak or Lahaniak. Trofim met Tatjana Harburuk in a work camp in the infirmary. She had cut her finger while working in the kitchen and he had an accident that severed part of his foot. This was at a camp in Germany. Tatjana was from Wishniv, Ukraine. Her mother's name was Nadja and her father was Kalenyk, she also has a sister Anastasia and a brother Timothy. I also have the names Polashka and Uchimka Harburuk, but am unsure of their relation. Please relay any information you may have.
Julie Runge, Granddaughter
Ggrimes@Rochester.rr.com
United States

69. Horbanowicz - Poland
My grandparents survived the Holocaust but will never talk about it.i have done extensive research about it and would dearly love to find out how many family members i lost as a result.as i feel a need to include all of them in my weekly prayers!
Shane Horbanowicz
proffesser2001@yahoo.com.au
goulburn,n.s.w. australia

68. Vandebeek, Josef
Hoeselt Belgium. prison hasselt Belgium: 6/12/1943 14/4/1944 ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? gross strehlitz 7/5/1944 30/10/1944 gross rosen 30/10/1944 ?? ?? ???? nr gross rosen;82588 was stil in camp by evacuation died in sulingen germany 19/5/1945 hoe nows more????
Verkeyn Danny
danny verkeyn pebbles1@pi.be
Belgium

67. Irving Dorman - Germany
My great-great uncle who was Russian was taken and brought to Germany. We believe he was brought to Daushau, but we're not sure. I'm just trying to find anything about him, I don't know much about my lineage.
Michelle C. Ratis
Silleangel@aol.com
Lake Grove, New York, USA

66. Salamon Ossendrijver and Sarah Zwart - Amsterdam Holland
Dit waren de ouders van mijn oma (cornelia Ossendrijver).Heel haar familie is omgekomen in concentratie kampen,velen in Auschwitz. Is er iemand die die Salamon en Sarah in die tid heeft gezien of kan er iemand vertellen wanneer ze zijn geboren/overleden? Alles is welkom! Mijn oma was getrouwd met A Van Hamersveld.
Peter van Hamersveld
p.hamersveld@chello.nl
Purmerend Holland

65. Kocinski
Poland. Any info on any Kocinski's or Kocinska's.
iankaren@btinternet.com
Oldham, UK

64. Meyer
Frankfurt.
Michlle Karpf
Michelle_Karpf@bigfoot.com
Central Islip,NY 11722

63. Lowenberg - Levenberg
Auschwitz, Riga, Moscow. We ask your help in our search for PAUL-THEODOR LOWENBERG or PAULS LEVENBERGS. His brother is still searching for him! A photo is available at http://remember.org/unite. It is a single frame from the film taken by the Russian Army Photographer when they liberated Auschwitz on 23 January 1945. What happened to Paul LOWENBERG after that? - can you help us in any way? Do you know anyone we can ask? The following is all we know of him: Paul was born on the 20th January 1922 in Halle/Saale, Germany. He emigrated to Riga (Latvia) in 1939 to work on a local farm as part of his 'Hachsharah' training for a life as a farmer in Palestine. Did he ever get to Israel? His last known address in 1941 was c/o Ostrovskis, Lacplesa iela 52/54 dr59 Riga, Latvia: We believe that Paul was deported to Auschwitz by the Nazis when the Germans invaded the Soviet Union. There is a possibility that Paul may have gone to Moscow after being liberated from Auschwitz His father DAVID LOWENBERG, had gone to Moscow from Berlin as a Latvian Citizen in 1941. The father held the German title of 'Diplom-Ingineur' and had been offered a job to head a Machine Tool Factory in Moscow.
Please contact Search and Unite

David Lewin
156 Totteridge Lane
London N20 8JJ UK
davidlewin@bigfoot.com
Tel: +44 208 446 0404
Fax: +44 208 445 8732

62. CZERAWONABRODA
My Grandfather, 2 Uncles & Aunt Bodzanow, POLAND.
I am searching for my father's family from Poland Bodzanow. My Grandmother was in France and in contact with them actually had documents to bring them to France and just at that time Poland was invaded by the devil himself. Never again have we heard or found any records at all.

André Brody (Son of Joseph Brody (Czerawonabroda)
ajb9@ix.netcom.com


61. Pagel
1930-1949 Germany. Doctor, married to anne-lisa pagel.
Evan Cohen
petsumo@msn.com
USA...SC...Greenville

60. Barney, Rosenberg
Poland.
Kristina Rosenberg
krosenbe@speakeasy.org
Philadelphia

59. Ivan (or John) Dankiw
Hospital in Poland. This person is my stepfather's brother who has been missing since he was taken from their home as a young man to service in the German army.the army had taken over their town near sanouk,ukraine and was getting the young men together to serve their needs.ivan managed to escape once only to be forced back.he was last heard from when he wrote that he was in a polish hospital with a "cold".the family immigrated to germany after the war and eventually were sponsored to the united states.they settled in colchester,conn and only 2 siblings are still alive. they are deeply religious and would appreciate any info on their lost brother.i have gone to the american red cross but they have not been able to help.
gail freeman
dalefreeman@msn.com
connecticut

58. Irmgard Ottolie Schorr
My plea is simple, My Grandmother was German and alive during World War II. I do not know if any of my German side of the family were in the Holocaust, but if you knew Irmgard Schorr, I would be very, very grateful for any information you have. She married a man called George Sheerin in 1949 in Echte in Germany.
Stewart Mackenzie
wildstewart@cableinet.co.uk

57. SUMNER MOORE KIRBY.
My American Protestant Grandfather was arrested by the Vichy on Dday,1944 and then sent to Camp Noe,then to Buchenwald,and on to a subcamp name of "LEAU" to his death? I would appreciate any help.My grandfather's name was He was the son of Fred Morgan Kirby,partner of F.W.Woolworth.He was arrested and eventually murdered and even though there may be many reasons WHY,I still have not procured the one document which tells me WHY he was arrested in the first place,or WHY he was beaten to death by guard within camp Leau.
Cassandra Kirby-Conahay Freund
CKCF1@aol.com

56. Korman - Lodz, Poland
My parents (Lois Korman and Fanny Korman) left their large families in Lodz in about 1928 for the U.S. I would appreciate anyone who knew any Korman family during the pre-world war II era to get in touch with me. Thank you.
Morry Korman
mkorman@juno.com
Bellevue, WA , U.S.A.

55. Steinitz - 1939-1945 - Czechoslavakia
My Grandfather's Sister and Her Whole Family, No Response from them since 1939 . Her Maiden name was Steinitz, I do not know her Married name. Was the family killed in a Concentration camp during WW2 ? We just realized they were probably Jewish !!! My Grandfather's Name was Julius Steinitz
Linda Steinitz Vehlow
Lsvehlow@frontiernet.net
Dutchess , New York U.S.A.

54. Otto Ignatz Eisner
Bohutice, Czechoslovakia
Born April 26, 1910 in Bohutice, Mor. Krumluv. Last address: Brunn, Bahnofstr. 2, Czechoslovakia, in KZ Gross-Rosen, since Sept 1940. Died at KZ Gross-Rosen, March 1942. Wife Maria (Mitzi) now living in Germany. Daughter Karin. Looking for someone who knew him in KZ.
Karin Richter (daughter)
merlot40@gohip.com
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

53. Alexander & Samuel Levin
Rokitno WyBynskie, Poland
Looking to make contact with Alexander & Samuel Levin who live in Toronto. Their survival was due to Father Ludwik Wrodarczyk and Mrs. Felicija Masajada (my ancestor). Would like to make contact with them to learn more about my ancestor.
C. Masajada
keepersmom@worldnet.att.net
United States

52. SCHUDMAK, HENRY JOHN ROBERT
SANOK, Poland?
I was born in Adelaide 1947. My father served in the British and Australin navy medical corp. He spoke 7 languese. He told me of his travels in Europe, but would not talk about the war just to say it was very bad and that one day he would tell me all, but he died in Edinbourge Scotland 25 years ago and told me nothing. I have made contact with a lady in Queens New York who's mother had the same name, but came from a different area in Poland. All my life I have longed to know my roots. Can anybody out there help? I now have 4 chilren who ask question and I have no answers. There are no other SCHUDMAKS in AUSTRALIA. He did tell me that he lost all his family in the war and he did not want to bring up his sad history.
Elizabeth Ann ROBINSON
Schuddy100@aol.com.au Brisbane
Brisbane Australia

51. JOZEFOWICZ, Jozef - PTOK, POLAND
My Great-grandfather, Grand-mother, Grand-aunt, and two Grand-uncles were all killed by the Gestapo for helping the Allies during World War Two. My Great-grandfather (Jozef Jozefowicz) married Vernice Stankowicz, and had 6 or 7 children. My Grandfather (Walenty) came to the U.S. in 1913 along with his brothers John and Frank. The remainder of the family remained in Poland. My Grandfather used to send mail to a little village in Poland called Ptok. It is near Bialystok. When I would ask my Grandfather about the relatives in Poland, he would simply tell me that they were all dead. That they had been hanged by the Gestapo for helping Allied soldiers. While my Grandfather professed to be Christian, the Jozefowiz surname is quite Jewish, and my Grandfather could speak fluent Hebrew even though he never attended school. He was also fluent in Russian, German, Polish, and English. Any help in finding out more about my relatives would be greatly appreciated.

Mike Jozefowicz
ns0u@aol.com
Dubuque, Iowa, USA

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