Records of the Dziadura family in the All Galicia Database

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

There are 177 search results for the surname Dziadura 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.

  • 1933/1934 Krakow City Address Directory + Miscellaneous Province Directory, image 426 {d3534}
    ... z o. o. w Krakowie (508). 14 11 Nalepa Katarzyna (96). parcele. 36 9 Galiszkiewicz Marja (40). 38 204 Gałuszkówna Józefa (391). 40 Michalski Kazimierz „Wektor" Ska z o. o. w Warszawie (463) 42 59 Patrz ul. Masarska 1. 44 71 Kleinkopf Simche i Feigla (169). 46 265 Marzec Helena (171). 48 73 Drżał Feliks i Marja (170). 50 86 Dziadur Florjan (185). WIŚLNA — Dz. I. 1 191 Patrz ul. św. Anny 2. 3 176 Dr. Bednarski Tadeusz i Hele- na (481). 5 177 Kozłowska Zofja, Tadeusz, Kazimierz, Mieczysław, Cze- sław, Zygmunt i Bocheńska Marja (480). 7 178 Polska Krajowa Kasa Pożycz- kowa (479). 9 179 Schornstein Berta ...
  • Baranow Yizkor Book (1964), image 243 {y32}
    ... the child would begin to learn Chumosh (Bible). The traditional starting was "Vayikro" (Leviticus). The child's beginning to learn Chumosh was an occasion for celebration. Candies and cookies were to be distributed among the classmates and on the Sabbath neighbors and family were invited to share in the celebration. The child sat in Cheder all day. Contrary to supposition, it was not too strenuous on the child. The studies weren't difficult and the time spent over the Sidur (prayer book—primers were not available in Baranow) was in short intervals. On the other hand the child was always in company of friends—children of his own age, and from early childhood he acquired the social habit of adaption and accommodation. The older the child became, the more strenuous his studies and the more ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 526 {y94}
    ... to penetrate the thick fur and reach the heart... (Translated by Horzlia Dobkin, Haifa) up for "shmoneh-esreh". Sunk in prayer, shaking de-voutly and praying with deep intent, they try to clear their closed eyes of their experiences in the market, to break their thoughts away from it. It is difficult for the frozen fingers to turn the siddur’s pages but the glowing oven and the warmth of the prayers thaw them slowly, so that the blood- Avraham Levite / THE DAYS OF AWE give them a few coins here and there to get rid of them. Not so the women, still excited by the unfor-gettable experience of "meeting" their mother or father. Everything still seems unreal to them and they ...
  • Rzeszow Yizkor Book (1967), image 741 {y74}
    ... were mandatory through the Public School system of Austrian Galicia. At the beginning of the 20th century the United States Government introduced a literacy test as a pre-requisite for immigration into the country. The read-ing and writing of Yiddish or Hebrew was then ac-cepted as meeting this ruling. Even the lowliest a-mong Jews was able to read his daily prayers in the Siddur, and could write in Yiddish. Guardians of the laws, rules and regulations of Jewish community life were at that time the Govern-ment-approved Chief Rabbi, the Satanover Rav, and his associates in the Shuts and the Bet Din, the Jewish autonomous judiciary. The Readers in prayer (Baalei Tcfilla) and Readers of the Torah Scrolls, as well as the Cantors, were subject to the approval of these religious ...
  • 1933/1934 Krakow City Address Directory + Miscellaneous Province Directory, image 141 {d3534}
    ... Ag. Poręba k/Zawiercia 1 Ag. Sosnowiec 3 U. p. Poronin 1 1 Ag. Smęgorzów Ag. Pradła 1 Ag. Spytkowice k/Clhabówki U. p. Prądnik Czerwony 1 1 Ag. Spytkowice k/Zatora U. p Prokocim 1 Ag. Staniątki U. p. Proszowice 1 1 U. p. Stróże 1 Ag- Przeciszów Ag. Sól Ag. Przecław 1 1 Ag. Sporysz Ag. Ptaszkowa Ag. Sołuszowa ...

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