Records of the Berglas family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 55 records for the surname Berglas (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:

  • Chana PALOGE, son of Abrahm PALOGE and Hena BERGGLAS
    1843 birth record from Rzeszów Jewish Births (1842-1866)
  • Hinde Ruchel POLOGE, daughter of Abraham and Chaia BERGLAS
    1859 birth record from Rzeszów Jewish Births (1842-1866)
  • Isac Ber BERGER, son of Selig BERGER and Hinde BERGLAS
    1863 birth record from Rzeszów Jewish Births (1842-1866)
  • Pessel BERGER, daughter of Selig BERGER and Hinde Porie BERGLAS
    1865 birth record from Rzeszów Jewish Births (1842-1866)
  • Ryfka BERGLAS
    1890 birth record from Leżajsk Jewish Births (index book) (1881-1890)
  • [no given name]
    1898 school record from Gorlice Jewish School Records (1893-1925)
  • [no given name]
    1899 school record from Gorlice Jewish School Records (1893-1925)
  • [no given name]
    1901 school record from Gorlice Jewish School Records (1893-1925)
  • [infant], son of Alter BERGLAS and Sure Gittel AMSTER
    1905 birth record from Radymno Jewish Births (1905-1913)
  • [infant], son of Alter BERGLAS and Sure Gittel AMSTER
    1905 birth record from Radymno Jewish Births (1905-1913)

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

There are 198 search results for the surname Berglas 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.

  • Rzeszow Yizkor Book (1967), image 697 {y74}
    ... when Nahum Sternheim was present. Mr. Sternheim sang the melodies and Max played them on the piano and recorded them on paper. Nahum Stemheim’s songs have been sung in practically all the Yiddish theatres. His good-natured face was always smilling, even though he was as poor as a church-mouse and barely had a crust of bread at home. Front row from right: Moshc- Tuch. fcld. Regina ' Sturmlaufer. ' Jaacov Berglas. Middle row from left: Rosenwnscr. Jechiel, Friedman. Yaacov Goldman. . Kripcl Back row. from right: Naftali Baum. Malka Friedman. Chaim Plutzer. Bnci Zion members in 1934.
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 421 {y94}
    ... upon for help, informed on them and the whole family was killed. I also lost my brother. Hcrsch-Zvi Stiglitz and his wife in the shtetl of Kolbashov. A total of one hundred members of my family were lost in the Holocaust. It is my wish to thank Mr. Ha’im Bank for taking upon himself the great task of perpetuating the me-mory of our martyrs. New York. 19.10.81 Betty Berglass My name is Betty Berglass, formerly Bluma Stiglitz. I was born in Brzozow and was the youngest of seven children in my family. My father’s name was Ephraim Stiglitz and dur-ing the last few years he lived in Reishe. He and my step-mother were killed together with my sister Hanna and her husband Ravhun, as well as their six children and my sister Esther. Those ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 577 {y94}
    ... 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 C. Kaplan 155 A forgotten family S. Weiss 155 My family E. Weiss 156 My shtetl and family B. Hann 157 The Henig family A. Levite 158 A tragic family R. Seelenfreund 160 R’ Israel Feith H. Bank 161 Our family A. 1. Laufer 162 The Jewish ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 525 {y94}
    ... is blown, reminiscent of the main Shofar blowing of Rosh Hashana which is fast ap-proaching. The Shofar, an indispensable appurtenance of Rosh Hashana, is kept locked in a cupboard beneath the Torah Scrolls, anxiously protected from cracks which would make it unfit for blowing. After "Shahrit". when the synagogue is emptied, the Clois youths open the cupboard with the help of a burglars’ key, take out the Shofar, the height of their ambition, and practice blowing it. Some of them blow with true virtuosity, putting the specialist "ba’alei tki’ah", whose prerogative this is, to shame. On Rosh Hashana these youths stand tensely by, hoping for the "ba’al toke’a" to fail, so that the embarrassed Gabbai would be forced to give the Shofar to one of them. The moment the "lucky" one is handed ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 435 {y94}
    ... . She crossed her heart and with tears in her eyes replied that nothing was left from her mother... When we began talking she told me that after the liquidation of the Jews from Brzozow, two sisters and a brother from the Birnbaum family, the Chey-der teacher Josef Aaron Birnbaum was their father, lived in a ruined house in Borkowka. According to the daughter’s story, Mrs. Bargiel would throw a loaf of bread into the hiding place, until they were discovered one day and as the result of a Polish informant taken by the Gestapo. It was very difficult for me to decide whether or not to enter the apartment in which I had lived. As I mentioned earlier, the apartment is now oc-cupied by the landlord’s daughter. Setting aside my unpleasant feelings in such emotional moments, strong desire ...

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