Records of the Dindas family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 6 records for the surname Dindas (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:

  • Freide DINDAS, daughter of Wolf
    1846 death record from Mościska Jewish Deaths (1827-1885)
  • Moses Josel DINDAS, son of Hersch and Perel
    1855 birth record from Mościska Jewish Births (1827-1882)
  • Mariem DYNDA
    1867 elections record from Skała and Turylcze Voters List (1867)
  • Hersz DINDAS
    1872 death record from Mościska Jewish Deaths (1827-1885)
  • Jankiel DINDAS, son of Josef DINDAS
    1880 death record from Mościska Jewish Deaths (1827-1885)
  • Majer Hersch DINDAS, son of and
    and , daughter of and
    1904 marriage record from Leżajsk Jewish Marriages (index book, grooms only) (1877-1938)

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

There are 168 search results for the surname Dindas 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.

  • Galicia Yizkor Book (1968), image 418 {y169}
    ... eso esta pidiendoles a 10s hijos y herederos de tan glorioso pasado una lapida al menos, para que todo aquello no se borre de la memoria de quienes han tenido la suerte de construir sus hogares en tierras distantes de la martir e inolvidable Galitzia judia. Ill En la mayoria de 10s casos no hemos tenido otro posibilidad que la de conformarnos con 10s testimonios de testigos presenciales de 10 que a 10s judios les toco soportar "funto a los rios״ de Galitzia, segun la frase biblica de Jeremias. Otras paginas estan escritas pr plumas avezadas. Pero tambien ellas est6n tintas en el dolor de memorias de
  • Berezhany Yizkor Book (1978), image 489 {y48}
    ... we didn't suffer human casualties in the brief initial period From the start Polish officers and generals deserted the frontier. The roads were jamed with refugees, soldiers and vehicles. There was confusion from constant bombardment by the German airforce. The air-attacks caused heavy losses We helped fleeing people with whatever we could. It is difficult to describe the prevailing confusion and despair. On Tunday morning. September 17. 1939 we heard on the radio that the Soviets had crossed the Soviet-Polish border. We breathed relief. The great misfortune passed us by. THE SOVIET RULE 1939—19-11 hen Soviets entered Brzezany. over night chaos broke loose, though without bloodshed. The uppermost were made lowly and the lowly be■ came uppermost- First of all the Soviets released from jail ...
  • Brzezany Yizkor Book (1978), image 489 {y91}
    ... didn’t suffer human casualties in the brief initial period. From the start Polish officers and generals deserted the frontier. The roads were jamed with refugees, soldiers and vehicles. There was confusion from constant bombardment by the German airforce. The air-attacks caused heavy losses. We helped fleeing people with whatever we could. It is difficult to describe the prevailing confusion and despair. On Tunday morning. September 17. 1939 we heard on the radio that the Soviets had crossed the Soviet Polish border. We breathed relief. The great misfortune passed us by. THE SOVIET RULE 1939—1941 hen Soviets entered Brzezany. over night chaos broke loose, though without bloodshed. The uppermost were made lowly and the lowly be-came uppermost. First of all the Soviets released from jail ...
  • Busk Yizkor Book (1965), image 182 {y99}
    ... 178 סםר בוםק BUSKER LADIES AUXILIARY }'Jmtmler, !964 2)tar 5ntr.d 1U . ryentfy appeal to you to le(p us continue our uorl for our Irtll MM 1*1 Jdsratt. "Dlt uiOnitS My rats* Art used to lefp our JJrotLrr: help themselves throuyl our Dr.. il«cu ^dund in Jsraef, p(ui th* financial aid ur y,vt to 1L aytd and uidots-ed. VL l you yiire 11» your support Lj atieptiny th* rut fond 11(lets for our Card Party whirl niff I* Ud «wi *Simday afternoon, 2›, Ci ruler 1311, 196-3 ...
  • Dobromil Yizkor Book (1980), image 80 {y140}
    ... for holidays) and occasionally a "maase-buch", a Yiddish story book for a greitzer (S.M.) (16) "Yomtov," pronounced "Yontif" in Yiddish, is a religious holiday. To "daven" is to recite, or participate in the recital, of the set liturgy of psalms, piyyutim (po'st-Biblical religious poetry) and other ritual texts. Although these rituals for week-days, Sabbaths, and holy days fill several volumes, observant Jews by dint of constant repetition can often recite much, or even most, from memory. I use "davenin" for the noun, ,'daven-ing’* for the present participle. Pronounce the a in ,,daven" as in "art". (17) Tshortkover and Belzer: These were splinter quasi-sects among the many Chassidic quasi-sects, taking their names from the towns where their founding "rebbes" lived. Typically they ...

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