Records of the Einziger family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 9 records for the surname Einziger (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:

  • [no given name]
    1907 school record from Gorlice Jewish School Records (1893-1925)
  • [no given name]
    1909 school record from Gorlice Jewish School Records (1893-1925)
  • [no given name]
    1912 school record from Gorlice Jewish School Records (1893-1925)
  • Wolf EINZIGER, son of and
    and Gitel Gizela BLEIWEIHS, daughter of and
    1937 marriage record from Tarnów Jewish Marriages (index book) (1936-1943)
  • Reizla EINZIGER
    1940 other record from Nowy Sącz Punishment Books (1940 -1942)
  • Dawid EINZIGER
    1940 other record from Nowy Sącz Punishment Books (1940 -1942)
  • Estera EINSIGER
    1940 other record from Nowy Sącz Punishment Books (1940 -1942)
  • Rena BELDEGRÜN-EINZIGER, spouse of , grandchild of , , ,
    Holocaust record from Nowy Sącz Forced Labor (1942)
  • Jakob Nathan EINZIGER, spouse of , grandchild of , , ,
    Holocaust record from Nowy Sącz Forced Labor (1942)

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Family & Location Researcher Researcher's Location Date Added
EINZIGER in
Jaslo, Poland
GG Member #1941 Philadelphia, PA
USA
Jul 24, 2019
EINZIGER in
Nowy Sacz, Poland
GG Member #1941 Philadelphia, PA
USA
Jul 24, 2019
EINZIGER in
Nowy Sacz, Poland
GG Member #1941 Philadelphia, PA
USA
Jul 24, 2019

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

There are 73 search results for the surname Einziger 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.

  • Bielsko-Biala Yizkor Book (1973), image 196 {y76}
    ... Breslauer Kaufleute den Zoll über Bielitz zu umgehen. Die Teschner Zollpächter wussten dem einen Riegel vorzuschieben. Sie errichteten in Bielitz auch eine Zollstätte, die wohl von einem Mitglied der Familie verwaltet wurde. Die-ser Zolljude dürfte der Begründer der Bielitzer jüdischen Ge-meinde gewesen sein. Er blieb dort, denn ein Bericht vom Jahre 1700 weiss von ihm zu berichten. "Hier sei nur ein einziger Jude, habe die Mauth (den Zoll) und den Brandtwein in arrenda (Pacht) schon durch 30 Jahr, gebe weiter kein Schutzgeld". Wie aus diesem Bericht ersichtlich, hatte dieser Jude dessen Name uns bisher nicht bekannt geworden ist, sowohl den Zoll, als auch den Brandtweinausschank, in der Herrschaft Bielitz gepachtet. Er zahlte damamls kein Schutzgeld an die Behörde, wahrsheinlich ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 472 {y94}
    ... There were many other DP camps in Germany at that time of a similar type and we used to com-municate with one another in cultural and sporting activities. Gradually, as people left for other places, the camps became smaller and Landsberg was closed in 1949. My brother Ben had left for Sydney, Austra-lia in 1947, and I followed him in 1949. Fela Einziger / CROSSING OF THE The crossing was very difficult and dangerous. We hid in every passing village to avoid the German patrol. Every step was in jeopardy. Our guide instinc-tively, like an animal, avoided danger. Icek rushed me so that we would reach the River "San" before daylight and cross to the other side of the river. We were forced to pass ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 497 {y94}
    ... remember until today... I will never forget when my father, of blessed memory, was sick for a long time, and Reb. Yoshe Glickman’s youngest son, Reb Itshak residing pre-sently in Cholon, sat at my father’s bedside day and night trying to comfort him in every possible way. In the mid-thirties Reb. Joshe passed away and his widow, Freidale, remained with her daughter Ethel Fela Einziger (Penner) / MY GRANDMOTHER CHANAH of her son (my Father) and she took this grief with her to her final resting place. You never heard from her a real sound of laugh-ter. On special family occasions her face put on a petrified, thoughtful expression. I’m sure that at this particular moment she was thinking of her beloved My Grandmother, an anxious expression on her face, was always at work ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 507 {y94}
    ... " was the enlistment of tht pupils of the Polish Gymnasium, a group consisting of Yossek Laufer, Finkel Tcich, Yehoshua Schweber, may God avenge him, Yaffa Einziger, the late Shmu’el Fiderer and Me’ir Bank (Feingold), long may he live. Also Moshe Schweber, Moshe Selenfreund (Amit), Totchi Feit and others. In 1935 Yossek Einziger was the first to emigrate and he was followed by Moshe Bank, Moshe Green, Minna Shertz, the sisters Esther and Yaffa Einziger, Shlomo Weiss, Moshe Selenfreund and the late Shmu’el Fiderer. To our eternal sorrow most of the pioneers whose hearts were set on emigrating were prevented from doing so by the limitations on immigration set by the Government of the Mandate. Many of these belonged to our movement. True, there was some illegal im-migration at the time ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 508 {y94}
    ... Mordechai Shertz, Hersch Meleh Spindler, Hersch Wendliger, Dreza Krenzler, may God avenge them, and Moshe Bank (Feingold) Meir Weiss, Shlomo Weiss, Minna Shertz Wela Shertz, Sonka Spindler, Esther Levi and others whose names have been lost in the passage of time. Later we were joined by many others among whom were Moshe Green (Bezim), Yoseph Einziger Esther Einzinger, Yoske Weiss and Shaul Reich, the Reich sisters — Recha and Adelle. Anda and Dolla Diller. Yaffa Zuckerman, Regarded from the Jewish point of view there was not much to be said for our shtetl. Such a place was described by Jewish folklore as "a dew and rain village" (tal umattar), a reference to the fact that this expression appeared in parenthesis in the prayer book in the smallest type-setting available. To streng-then ...

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