Records of the Sheinbach family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 5 records for the surname Sheinbach (including soundalike names and spelling variants) in the All Galicia Database (the AGD), Gesher Galicia's free searchable collection of genealogical and historical records from the former Austro-Hungarian province of Galicia, which is now eastern Poland and western Ukraine. Here is a sampling of some of the results you can find there:

  • Henriette SCHOENBACH
    1889 birth record from Podwołoczyska Jewish Birth Records (1877-1893 and 1901-1910)
  • Eisig SZENBACH, son of and
    and , daughter of and
    1920 marriage record from Sanok Jewish Marriage Index (Grooms Only) (1916-1939)
  • Mindla Gitla SZENBACH
    1929 death record from Sanok Jewish Death Index (1914-1939)
  • Mendel SZENBACH
    1931 death record from Sanok Jewish Death Index (1914-1939)
  • Chaim SCHEINBACH, son of and
    and , daughter of and
    1936 marriage record from Leżajsk Jewish Marriage Index (Grooms Only) (1877-1938)

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Records of the Sheinbach family in Logan Kleinwaks' Genealogy Indexer website

There are 182 search results for the surname Sheinbach at Logan Kleinwaks' Genealogy Indexer website, a few of which are listed below. Note that results listed below are limited to purely Galician sources, such as telephone and business directories from Galician cities, or school records, but they do not include the many other sources available on his website that span all of pre-war Poland. You may need the free .DjVu web browser plugin to view these files.

  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 455 {y94}
    ... first we heard of it) and after several weeks an official report arrived that he had died of pneumonia. This was a well-known Nazi ploy at the time when the killings were still on an individual basis. I would like to mention one of those who had escaped to Russia and returned home with a horri-fying tale of what he had suffered there. This was Mendel Scheinbach, may God avenge him, son of David Scheinbach of blessed memory. He had been caught by the Russians in 1939, while crossing the San River but, being a minor (15 years old) had not been deported to Siberia but left in the "Brigitki" Prison in Lvov. When the Germans were at the gates of Lwow the NKVD, prior to its retreat, took all the prisoners, some 300 in number, into the courtyard and executed them all with automatic fire ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 500 {y94}
    ... to side, The word "batlan" according to modern Hebrew usage, denotes a man who fritters away his time heed-Iessly, wasting his days with nothing to show for them. This was not so in the past. When people called a man "batlan" they meant that he had no traffic with the vanities of the "real" world but devoted his days and nights to what was truly important — God-worship. Zalmaleh Scheinbach, or Zalmaleh, as he was called, was one of the shtetl’s outstanding "bat-Ians" (within the second connotation of that word) and most of his time was spent in the "Beis Hamid-rash". He and his wife eked out their living from a wretched stall which she would put up every morning near their room, beneath the roofed pavement, the "potchine". Once a week, on market day, Zalmaleh was ap-pointed "peeper ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 577 {y94}
    ... 110 A. Levite 132 H. Bank 130 S. Filler 143 Z. Levite 145 Escape A Postcard from Brzozow A letter The years of Bereavement The "Auschwitz Collection" At the brother’s Grave A Journey to the camp of death "Impressions" of Brzozow FAMILIES OF THE SHTETL My Father's House M. Scheinbach 147 My Father’s Home M. Amit 148 My Family G. Seelenfreund 150 The Oestreicher Family H. Bank 151 The Schertz Family H. Bank 152 The Ringel Family H. Bank 153 The Trachman Family H. Bank 153 The Kintzler Family H. Bank 154 A letter B. Berglass 154 A letter ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 578 {y94}
    ... A. Levite 43 Anti-semitlsm in Brzozow H. Bank 63 Youth movements A. Levite 66 The "Gordonia" M. Bank 67 PORTRAITS Rabbi Shalom Gabel H. Bank 69 My Grandfather H. Bank 70 Max Wilner 72 Yekaleh A. Levilc 47 R' Z. Scheinbach A. Levite 5.' R. J. Glickman H. Bank 77 My Grandmother F. Einzigcr 73 Mgr. A. Seelenfreund H. Berger 79 HOLOCAUST AND DESTRUCTION The "Poland Document" Y. Weitz 35 In a German prisoner camp H. Bank 94 Memories L. Fass ...
  • 1932 Krakow City Address Directory + Miscellaneous Province Directory, image 686 {d696}
    ... .. Długosza 3. — Wiktor, urz. pryw., Starowiślna 81. Scheinbach Izaak, stolarz, Podbrzezie 3. — Józef, inżynier, św. Sebastjana 4. — Józef, majster stoi., Podbrzezie 3. — Mechel, kupiec, św. Sebastjana 4. Scbeinberg Jakób, blacharz, Nowa 3. — Mendel, kupiec, Rejtana 8. Scbeiner Chane, hafciarka, Miodowa 25. — Joel, pom. handl., Wąska 12. — Mendel, krawiec, Miodowa 37. — Samuel, krawiec, Skawińska-Boczna 12. Scheinerman Abraham, kupiec. Żmujdzka 16. — Chiel, rzeznik, Estery 5. — Samuel, rzeznik, Jakóba 3, tel. 163-48. Scheinfeld Chaim, prakt. dent.. Brzozowa 18. — Hirsch, parasolnik, Brzozowa 18. Scheinman Hirsch, kupiec, Kalwaryjska 7, tel. 117-53 — Wolf, kupiec. Zamojskiego 24. Scheinok Józef, handlowiec, Bartosza 2. Scheinowitz Abraham, podróżujący. Katarzyny 1-3. — r. Lamensdorf Abraham ...

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