Records of the Boehm family in the All Galicia Database

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Family & Location Researcher Researcher's Location Date Added
Ropczyce, Poland
GG Member New York, NY
Sep 26, 1994

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

There are 199 search results for the surname Boehm 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.

  • Chrzanow Yizkor Book (1989), image 400 {y114}
    ... a few months, he too resigned when Merin accused him of profiting from the liquidation of goods belonging to those who were deported. The last chairman of the Judenrat in Chrzanow was the well-known chairman of the community councils in Sosnowiec and Bendzin, Wladek Boehm. Apparently Merin wasn't very comfortable with Boehm's presence at the central office, and sent him to the difficult Chrzanow assignment in an attempt to get rid of him. In Chrzanow the Kripo took a few dozen Jewish families every day. Although Boehm himself was a victim of Merin's machinations, he was altogether subservient to his boss in Sos-nowiec, viewing all local problems from the perspective of the central office. He grew anxious when he was unable to provide the proper number of women and men for the labor ...
  • Chrzanow Yizkor Book (1989), image 412 {y114}
    ... internal and external enemies, there arose a gap in the Judenrat—a gap that could not be filled. The Judenrat had no direction. Chaos reigned, just as the Germans intended, because by that time the plan for complete annihi-lation had already been worked out. It wasn't convenient for the Germans to have to deal with conscious, proud Jews like Betsalel Cuker. In the meantime Merin sent Dr. Boehm to Chrzanow to serve as commissar, repre-senting Merin as leader of the Judenrat. At the end of April, in addition to the contin-uing individual Kripo (Gestapo) cases, the Germans hung seven Jewish martyrs in Chrzanow, in a gruesome spectacle. Apparently this was the signal for the complete liquidation of Chrzanow Jews. These actions were intended to terrify the Jews and throw them into panic ...
  • Iavoriv Yizkor Book (1950), image 96 {y62}
    ... religious banners, moved along the streets that were splashed with Jewish blood. The flock chorused hymns of their church in the name of the Prince of Peace. On November 8, the German security police put an end to the slaughter. A number of holder Jew* leaped off the death train speeding them to Belzec. Sonic like David Badian, Shiinen Kanigal, the brothers Hayim and Shmucl Unger. Chaye Boehm and her two children, Simclc Strich and child, Blume Amhach. Esther Blitz and her two children, Wolf Katz of Oszomla, Sime Mendelsohn and others, landed safely and even returned to Jaworow. Among those who were killed in the attempt to save their lives were Elka Wurzel, Moses Eichenbaum, Shmuel Mendelsohn, etc. Youthful Jadzie Beer got her skirt caught in the car window. She dangled in mid air until ...
  • 1933/1934 Krakow City Address Directory + Miscellaneous Province Directory, image 454 {d3534}
    ... 30. Bodnicka Franciszka, śpiewaczka, Salinar- na 29. — Jadwiga, nauczycielka, Salinarna 29. — Marja, wł. realn., Salinarna 29. Bodnie ki Stanisław, kier. zakł. kamień., Sa- linarna 29. — Tadeusz, kier. zakł. kamień., Salinarna 29. Bodziński Marjan, em. nacz. poczt., Zielna Boczna 8. Badzori Antoni, urzędnik wojew., Domini- kańska 11. — Zofja. urzędn. pryw., Batorego 10. Boehm AVitold, przemysł., Urzędnicza 30 Bogacki Władysław, prof. gimn., Krowo- derska 67. Bogacz Helena, urz. pryw., Czysta 21. — Jadwiga, naucz.. Bracka 5. — Marja, nauczycielka, Zamenhofa 3. — Marja Zofja, urzędniczka, Wolska 22. Bogaczewicz Karolina, kasjerka, Długa 28. Bo gal Ludwik, urz. Kasy Chorych, Lanc- koron ska 2. Bogatyński Emil, em. urz. Magtu, Szlak U. — Władysław ...
  • 1932 Krakow City Address Directory + Miscellaneous Province Directory, image 405 {d696}
    ... 11.1. Bodzińska Franciszka, introligatorka, Smoleńsk 17. Bodziński Kazimierz, artysta-malarz, Smoleńsk 17. — Marjan, cm. nacz. poczt., Ziclna-Boczna 8. — Michał, artysta dram. i filmowy, Smoleńsk 17. Bodzioch Stanisław, czci. stolarski, Parkowa 1. Radzoń Andrzej, ślusarz. Gęsia 16. — Anna, urzędn., Zagrody 14. — Stanisław, ślusarz kol., Krzemionki 18. — Zofja, urz. pryw., Batorego 10. Boehm Witold, przemysł., Urzędnicza 30. Bogacka Marja, wd. po restaur., Kaz. Wielkiego 142. — Zofja, pryw., św. Filipa 11. Bogacki Władysław, restaur., Kazim. Wielkiego 142. — Władysław, prof. gimn.. Krowoderska 67. Bogacz Bronisław, krawiec, Traugutta 13. — Franciszek, szewc, Traugutta 13. — Helena, urz. pryw.. Czysta 21. — Jadwiga, naucz., Bracka 5. — Jan, ucz. kraw.. Dąbrowskiego 14. — Jan, elektromonter ...

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