Records of the Amsterdam family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 35 records for the surname Amsterdam (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:

  • Joel Isaak JAKUBOWICZ, son of Jakób JAKUBOWICZ and Jenta ASCHKENARG
    and Hanna AMSTERDAM, daughter of Simon ERNST and Róża
    marriage record from Nowy Targ Jewish Marriages (1924-1927, 1930, 1934, 1936, 1937)
  • Rachmiel AMSTERDAM
    1825 death record from Brody Jewish Deaths (1815-1861)
  • Hennie, daughter of Luser AMSTERDAM
    1826 death record from Brody Jewish Deaths (1815-1861)
    1872 death record from Lwów Jewish Deaths (1805-1880)
  • [no given name]
    1905 school record from Gorlice Jewish School Records (1893-1925)
  • Abraham AMSTERDAM
    1912 school record from Jagiellonian University Jewish Medical Students/Doctors (1851-1918)
  • Samuel, son of Schachne STEMER and Hawe
    1919 birth record from Krościenko nad Dunajcem Jewish Births (1919-1926, 1931, 1937-1938)
  • Leib Mates AMSTERDAM
    1920 birth record from Gwoździec Jewish Births (index books) (1920-1935, 1937-1938)
  • Poltil AMSTERDAM
    1920 death record from Klasno-Podgórze (Wielickza) Jewish Deaths (index book) (1918-1942)
  • Izydor AMSTERDAM
    1922 birth record from Lwów-Zniesienie Jewish Births (index book) (1852-1857, 1870, 1914-1939)

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Dabrowa Tarnowska, Poland
GG Member #22 Dix Hills, NY
Aug 26, 2019
Tarnow, Poland
GG Member #22 Dix Hills, NY
Aug 26, 2019
Dabrowa Tarnowska, Poland
GG Member #380 San Francisco, CA
Dec 12, 2017

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

There are 107 search results for the surname Amsterdam 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.

  • Husiatyn Yizkor Book (1968), image 278 {y198}
    ... In the important Jewish communities of Turkey, Constan-tinople and Salonika, active projects to ransom the captives were organized. David Caracassani, an emissary of the Jews of Con-stantinople, visited many Jewish communities in Italy and Hoi-land between 1650 and 1652 in order to raise funds for that pur-pose. The Jewish community of Livorno pledged 25% of its budget in 1655 to help the captives. Large sums were likewise collected in Venice, Amsterdam and Hamburg. The Jews of Po-land themselves began to contribute as soon as they started to recover from the "flood" that had engulfed them. The Jews of Posen (Germany) sent a representative to Turkey twice. The Lithuanian Jewish community took an active part in this cam-paign and raised considerable sums to alleviate the captives’ suffering ...
  • Iavoriv Yizkor Book (1979), image 142 {y63}
    110 JAW0R0WER JEWS IN THE UNITED STATES By Dp. NATHAN E. BIRN The very first Jews to come as !■migrants to North America were of Spanish and Portugue-se origen. They arrived in New Amsterdam - now the City of New York - In 1655, many years before the founding of the United States republic. They had set sail from Recife 1n north Brazil. The occupation of that part of Brazil by the Portuguese 1n 1654 caused the Jewish population there to flee In fearful anticipation of a second Expulsion and the resumption of the Inauisltlon.Most returned to Holland. However, a group of twenty ־ three daring Individual Jews resolved to begin once again on the ...
  • Krakow Yizkor Book (1959), image 119 {y259}
    ... וחבריו המשכילים. 53 1833—1911. יליד קראקא. למד שם בכית המדרש אצל ו׳ אברהם יעגנער ור״ משה יעקב רמביצר. למד באיניברסימאות שנכון ובהירלברג בשנת 1862 הוזמן לכהן כמנהל בסמינר לרבנים באמשטרראם. בשנת 1874 נתמנה רב כאמשסרואם ובהולאנר הצפונית. היה רב חרר. זכר. לאותות הצסיינות מן השלסונות. בחב : Die Teorien iiber Wcscn und Ursprung dcr Tosefta (1874 5 Kritisch dargcstcllt (Amsterdam כרכי הגהות ל־»1 מסכתות התלמוד (פראגקפורם 1896—41905 אחר מותו הוציא בגו הערותיו למשנה תורה : *Adnoutiones Giticaead Mosi ־ (1929) "Maimonidcs codicem Mischne Tora. 54 1836—1887. יליד קראקא. שם למד באמיבדסיסה רפואה, השתלם בצרפת. עבר בסומאשוב. בנו — המוסיקאי זדנ־יסלב בירגבויס ...
  • Rzeszow Yizkor Book (1967), image 727 {y74}
    ... ben Heshel, Rab-bi of Cracow, had also been Rabbi in Dukla anJ subsequently in Tarnopol during the years 1718-1724. He was then appointed Rabbi in Reisha where he serv-cd until 1728, and was afterwards rabbi in Glogow, where he proclaimed a ban on Rabbi Moses Haim Luzzato. During that period he was also rabbi of Lwow and District. In 1740 he was appointed Rabbi in Amsterdam, where he took an active part in the Eibeshuetz — Emden controversy. He was the son-in-law of Hacham Zvi Ashkenazi and therefore the brother-in-law of Reb Jacob Emden. He died on the 7th day of Passover 5515 (2.4.1755). The Rabbi to follow him was Moshe Nathan son of Rabbi Israel. 11) Following him came Reb David Bcr ben Reb Aryeh Leib, Rabbi of Zamosc. 12) When the latter was invited to become Rabbi in Lwow ...
  • Rzeszow Yizkor Book (1967), image 728 {y74}
    ... jail by order of the Elders of the Community for creating disturban-ces. Of the Rabbis who followed him we know: 1) In 1648 the Rabbi was Reb Hertz. 2) In 1653 the book "Petah Teshuva" (The Gateway to Rcpentence) by Reb Gabriel Ben Ychu-da of Reisha, was published in Amsterdam. It descri-bes the distress caused by the Cossaks in 1648. 3) In Reisha Reb Aaron Samuel Kaidenower, author of "Birchat Hazevah" (Blessing of the Sa-crifice) became rabbi. He was subsequently rabbi in Frankfort on the Main and in Amsterdam. 4) After him Reb Mordcchai served as rabbi, following a term as Rabbi of Podhcitze. 5) In 1685 the Rabbi was Reb Moshe, who wrote an Approbation to the work : "Zechor L’Abra-ham". 6) He was followed as Rabbi by Reb Shneur bc:1 Hanoch, who wrote ...

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