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J Childs   
childsej[the at sign]
I am looking for maternal Grandfather who came from Minsk, Russia and came to America, his name (American) was Walter Smolnik and he married Steccia who lived in Poland which was across the border from Minsk. Anybody with information would be greatly appreciated.

Neil Greenberg   (Miamia, Florida USA)
n.greenberg[the at sign]
My fathers famiy immigrated to South Africa in the 1920's from the village of Trostaynets near Gaisin. My grandfathers name was Pesach Greenberg. Would appreciate any information on Trostaynets. My mother was also one of the "Ochberg" 200 orphans that were atken to South Africa in 1921. Her family name was Gaby and I do not know exactly where she was from. Would appreciate any information on her also. Thanks

Josef Opalka   (Moss, Norway)
lmagnus[the at sign]
I am looking for my half-brother Jerry Tarnowski. Born ca 1946 in Tel-Aviv. Hes mother`s name was Anna Pieczonka and fathers name was August Opalka. They was not married. Mother and son moved too USA after the war. August Opalka went home too famely in Poland. Jerry or Jerzy live now some place inn USA. Please help.

Lars Magnusson   (Moss, Norway)
lmagnus[the at sign]
We are looking for Jerzy Tarnowski born in Bagdad 1943. He`s mothers name was Anna Pieczonka. Can you please help us. He have a brother in Norway ho want too meat him. He`s name is Josef Opalka.

akunwata i na nri   (anambra anaocha)
obika_link[the at sign]
My grandparents left Brest Litovsk in 1931. I would like to contact people who qre related or may know about Goland and Urin family from that city. I would like to receive information about nigria

Sebastian   (Poland)
loso[the at sign]
I am looking for any information about my fathers family (his father name is Roman Lysiak from Nekholsty) or maybe anyone know any contact (email) to people in Nekholsty
Sergei: ---
Hannia: PolishRoots - History
Many in CIS countries have migrated from villages to urban areas for economic reasons.
Lysiak's listed in Brest White Pages.
: 9

. 243716
. 444709
. 453168
. 25161
. 453220
. 352656
. 417814
- 209554
. 467520
Nekholsty is a hamlet w/o its own post ofc. Consider writing Village Administrator and inquiring re any surviving family still residing in the village???
s. Nekholtsy
p. Bolshoye Motykaly
Brestskij raion
Brestskaya Oblast
Belarus 225033

Jan Widome   (Washington, DC USA)
jan[the at sign]
Searching for any information on family from Vidomlya (between Brest-Litovsk and Kamenets-litovsk). Surnames may be Widom(e), Widomlansky, Videmlansky, Widem, or any likely derivative from the Yiddish "Vidomlansky". Have also heard name might be Widomdelinsky.
Will appreciate any help.

Wojciech Okulicz   (Toronto, Canada)
I am looking for a grave of my Grandfather Stanislaw Okulicz which died in fortress Brest in 1935. Also I want to exchange emails with all Akulich and Okulich people.

lauren snitcher   (cape town, south africa)
any recommendations about hotels to stay in pinsk?

lauren snitcher   (cape town, south africa)
tyfield[the at sign]
my maternal grandmother braindel gezunterman was born in pinsk in about1911 and was brought to south africa by isaac ochberg in 1921. does anyone have any information about the gezunterman family? i know there was an older sister called frieda and my grandmothers father's name was moshe.

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