Records of the Flamenbaum family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 26 records for the surname Flamenbaum (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:

    1823 death record from Drohobycz Jewish Deaths (1816-1852)
    1847 property record from Stryj Franciscan Survey (1847)
    1847 property record from Stryj Franciscan Survey (1847)
    1847 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
    1852 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
  • Munisch FLOMENBAUM
    1857 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
    1858 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
    1861 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
    1861 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
    1862 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)

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

There are 41 search results for the surname Flamenbaum 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.

  • 1909 Stryj Gymnasium Report, image 66 {s51}
    ... do egzaminu poprawczego po wakacyach 1. KLASA III. c 1. Bezuszków Włodzimierz 18. 2. Biliński Bogusław Wacław 19. 3. Dolnicki Zenon Lubomir 20. 4. Dutkiewicz Piotr 21. 5. Dzerowicz Eugeniusz 22. 6. Fabiański Stanisław Maur. 23. 7. Polturak Maryan 24. 8. Probst Rudolf 25. 9. Rogalski Julian 26. 10. Smoluchowski Jan Br. Fr. 27. 11. Stern Natan 28 12. Biliński Bazyli 29 13. Buchsbaum Ozyasz 30. 14. Fediów Michał Emil 31. 15. Fedorowicz Stefan 32. 16. Flamenbaum Efroim 33. 17. Głowiak Józef 34. Gogojewicz Stanisław Hausmann Wilhelm Horodyski Maciejczak Jarosł. Ingber Leon (na ogół) Jaworski Franciszek Krokay Zygmunt Paweł Lewicki Miron Lipschütz Aba Mazepa Bronisław Poluk Tymoteusz Petryszyn Jan Piotrowski Stanisław Bronisł. Sawicki Bazyli Skorut Stanisław (na ogół) Steinhardt Leon (na ogół ...
  • Mielnica Yizkor Book (1994), image 294 {y323}
    Charles Zarucki, N.Y. 1994 Roze Zarucki (Flomenbaum), N.Y. 1994 their families in the U.S.A. Basia, who married Joseph Zarucki (Charles Zarucki's parents). They had (3) three children: 2 girls Szprince and Pesie and Szaje (Charles) who is the only survivor. Kreindel who married Chaim Garbarski from Rozyszcz * they had a family, but remained in Poland and perished. Five sons: Pinchas - who married Gitel Beirish from Drozden Family, no survivors. Srulik, Shloyme, Moishe and Shike - all married with families - nobody survived. This family history is ...
  • Mielnica Yizkor Book (1994), image 315 {y323}
    ... from first hand information, are engraved deep in my heart and memory and I will never forget. about his escape from digging the trenches where the Jews of Melnitza were murdered, and he was taken for dead. Throughout the night Yitzhak told me about the murders and humiliation suffered by the Jews of Melnitza and amongst them were members of my family. During the time of the German occupation they met their untimely deaths, killed by the Germans and their Ukrainian helpers. During our The Families: Peltz, Milgeher, Wolach, Flomenbaum. in the 30's Picture: Courtesy of Mrs. Roze Zarucki, New York 46
  • 1903 Galicia and Bukovina Business Directory (Austrian Central Cadastre, Vol. 10), image 630 {d3536}
    ... Lazar u. Freilich Taube * Berennapf Rachel u. Honig Cliana Rifka * Fröhlich Taube * Grün Beile Freide u. Honig Jochwet * Iler- schlag Malka u. Anger Sara * Honig Rifka * Kohn Alte * Kohn Meilech * Koss Raehol * Lipsker Chaja * Lipsker Simon * SpielmannBeile * Spira Feige * Trop Beila u. Maleeh Chaja * Vogelfang Chana. Schuhm: Flaumenbaum Jos * Forscher Moses * Gross Simon * Grün Mechel * Gruszczyński Ign * Honig Simon »Kalita Peter * Kalita Stanisl * Kecki Stanisl * Kremer Nathan * Niedbałowski Franz * Plaza Wojciech * Pula Ladisl * Schacher Viktor * Trybulec Alex * Trybulec Jos * Trybulec Wojciech. Schuhwhdr: Gärtner Simon * Wind Israel. Selekwhdr: Jarosz Stanisl. Sodawassererz: Fischmann Israel Mei- lcch ...
  • 1911 Stryj Gymnasium Report, image 86 {s53}
    ... Józef (na egół) 20. Sabadaszka Ilko 21. Sadowski Stanisław 22. Stryhanyn Teodor 23. Szaraniewicz Mikołaj (na og.) 24. Wolicki Mikołaj KLASA IV a. 1. Brüstiger Leon 2. Ćwikliński Juliusz 3. Probst Wiktor 4. Treitler Dawid Wróblewski Bolesław Ackermann Wolf Borowiczka Henryk Brill Mojżesz Ćwikliński Kazimierz Dobosiewicz Michał Dusyl Leopold (na ogół) Dym Szymon Flomenbaum Efraim (na ogół)38. 39 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Garbień Józef 15. Gąsior Kazimierz 16. Hilewicz Antoni 17. Horowitz Salomon 18. Hubert Mieczysław 19. Ingber Leon 20. Janiszewski Władysław 21. Jarosz Stanisław 22. Jastrzębski Franciszek 23. Kłodnicki Stanisław 24. König Aleksander 25. Köngsberg Luzer 36. 37 26. Köstenbaum Leib (na ogół) 27. Lang Ferdynand (na ogół) 28. Lindscheid Henryk 29. Mondschein Aleksander ...

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