Records of the Doppelt family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 4 records for the surname Doppelt (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:

  • Leib DOPPELT
    1907 tax record from Austrian Ministry of Trade and Industry - Alcohol Sales (1906-1910, 1914)
  • Leib DOPPELT
    1907 tax record from Austrian Ministry of Trade and Industry - Alcohol Sales (1906-1910, 1914)
  • Leib DOPPELT
    1907 tax record from Austrian Ministry of Interior - Production and Sale of Alcohol (1900-1908)
  • Samuel Leib TUCH, son of Benjamin and Scheindel DOPPELT
    and Henryetta Hinda WUNDER, daughter of Leib Dawid and Feige REISNER
    1939 marriage record from Rzeszów Jewish Marriages (certificates) (1939-1942)

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

There are 139 search results for the surname Doppelt 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.

  • Czortkow Yizkor Book (1967), image 475 {y125}
    ... book, as their financial contribution to the Gmiluth Chesscd Fund which was ultimately used for the publication of the hook, constituted a considerable part of the cost of publication. May this hook he a Monument for the martyrs of our town. VAAD HASSEFER CZORTKOW WE WILL NEVER FORGET We, the members of the Rabbi David Moses Friedman Society, wish to express our deepfelt sorrow, pain, and sadness of the tragic happenings to our dearest and closest from the city of Czortkow. We will never forget what the German, Polish, and Ukrainian murderers did to our families. We will always remember that the whole Christian world looked 011 apathcticaly, while our brethren were being massacred and gassed. We cry out to the Almighty ...
  • Dobromil Yizkor Book (1980), image 138 {y140}
    ... minutes. The trains were of the old fashioned kind, and when they wanted to get them-selves moving, they would sigh and creak, and then the boiler would let off the steam with such a blast that could blow a man off his feet. Leading away from the square were several side streets where the Jewish population dwelt. In particular one alley was called the "Schuster Gass" (Cobbler Street), not be-cause only shoemakers lived there (no, there also dwelt tailors, bakers, joiners, tinsmiths, saddlers and still others) but because on that street there was always more going on ("toomlen"), especially "Shabbos after kiddush."6 As you have so far been reading about Dobromil, you must have thought "well, not so bad." Nu, so I want to take you into the surrounding alleys. It is wholly natural ...
  • Husiatyn Yizkor Book (1968), image 275 {y198}
    ... mentioned about the Ukrainian leaders of that era: even less is said about their crimes vis a vis the Jews. In very important tomes written by historians of great renown, the murder of these thousands is accorded a few words. It is to offset this act of in-justice by the biased historians that I have enumerated these crimes against humanity. I have done it also to shed light on this tragic era for future historians and the readers who were not aware of these events. No one will dare to deny that the Jewish people, brought up in the spirit of the Bible, have contributed greatly to western civilization. Wherever they dwelt they added immeasur-
  • Sambir Yizkor Book (1980), image 384 {y6}
    ... . This attempt did not succeed. In 1869, some 300 children studied in three large Heim, and the rest in fifteen smaller ones. In 1876, Shomer Israel already exercised influence in Sambor, their newspapers Habokcr Or and Der Izraeli! were distributed in the city in a considerable number of copies. In 1904, Rabbi Aharon Levin was accepted as Rabbi of Sambor. Admorim (Hassidic rabbis), too, dwelt in Sambor, In the years 1831-1848. the Admor Moshe Eichenstein resided there; he was the author of the book Tefila I'Moshe, and the brother of Rabbi Zvi Hirsch from Zydatziuv. His son. Rabbi Yehuda Zvi. moved to Rozela and founded a dynasty there. His sec-ond son. Rabbi Yehiel Michal. author of the book Aiereih Zkainim* served a certain time as Admor in Sambor. At the end of the century. Rabbi ...
  • Sambir Yizkor Book (1980), image 396 {y6}
    ... press was founded in about 1617, in the village of Uherce, near Sambor. In 1618 the first Russian book, entitled "Sob-ranje wokratce slowec w Uhercach" was pub-lished in Uherce. The population Up to the 19th century there were no official statistics concerning the number of residents in Sambor. The researchers therefore rely on the records that were retained about the number of houses in the city, and according to that number, they ascertain the number of residents. In 1568 there were 536 houses in Sambor and its suburbs. According to the researchers, an average of seven persons dwelt in each house, so that, in the aforementioned year, the

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