Records of the Ippen family in the All Galicia Database

There is currently 1 record for the surname Ippen (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 the result:

  • Mesulem IPEN, son of Rachmiel IPEN and Mariem
    and Anna MAHLERMAN recte PUSZ, daughter of Gerszon MAHLERMAN recte PUSZ and Lea
    1929 marriage record from Stanisławów Jewish Marriages (1928-1930)

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

There are 145 search results for the surname Ippen 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.

  • Baranow Yizkor Book (1964), image 242 {y32}
    ... discussions or deals would drown out the sounds of the prayers. Saturday afternoons would find circles of Jews congregating in the "Marek". A good deal of verbal bantcrings would be heard here. The kibi-tzers would analyze the week's activities of "Kohol," the distribution of the Alyioth, and intersperse their observations with mild gossip and off-color jokes. 'I'lic town enjoyed these "open Uf forums" and one looked forward to these sessions. Later in the afternoon, weather permitting, the women moved out their chairs and sat in front of their homes and exchange Sabbatical greetings with the men strolling leisurely to Shuhl. Subsequently the sitters would close up thus forming clusters of female gatherings in the "Marek." Here confidences were exchanged, the latest styles discussed ...
  • Berezhany Yizkor Book (1978), image 500 {y48}
    ... down from generation to generation. The last member of this renowned family was the famous Graff Potocky, whose palace was In a nearby village Rai. On the west side of the town was the park. Across the park stood the Polish community center "Sokol". At the back of the center stood an old. neglected building, called "Reitschule". Close to this forsaken building lay. a wide open field, which belonged to the fire-brigade. The center of the town ran symmetrically. It's central buidding was the "Town-hall". It was a big square building, surrounded by a spacious yard. It consisted of two floors with a tower in the center. In the tower was set a clock, visible from all four sides of the town. The tower also bore the crest of Graff Potocki. a five angled cross. Surrounding the base of the townhall ...
  • Bielsko-Biala Yizkor Book (1973), image 141 {y76}
    ... in the year 1951 in Biala-Bielsko. Our mother Rozalia, the daughter of Genendel and Mordechai Hirsch Loichter, was born in the year 1888 in Zborowitze near Tarnow and passed away in the year 1964. Our aunt Rachel Eisen, Israel Eisen's widow and her sons Moshe and Natan with their families were murdered by the Nazis. Jacob Eisen was a honest and generous religious man. He left his door open for everyone who needed some adivce or help. He was one of the few Jews that had a farm in the area. In this farm he prepared Chalutzim before they would immigrate to Israel. He taught them how to work and provided their needs. As the war broke the whole family escaped and after the war they came back to Biala-Bielsko. The parents didn't get permission to leave Poland and they stayed there, but their ...
  • Bobrka Yizkor Book (1964), image 230 {y80}
    ... of us to tour the country. One day. on a Thursday two weeks before Rosh Mashanah, we visited the Kibbutz Beth Alpha where we expected to meet our Boibcrkcr landslcit who took part in organizing the Kibbutz and were members of the place. We asked a young lady the whereabout of Beril Beker and she told us with a smile to go to look at the small little houses whose doors by the way, stood open, and where we would see a reJ blanket, that would be Bckcr’s room. We found At the meeting which we held on June 24. 1962, in the meeting room of the Boibcrkcr Sick & Benevolent Society, individual receipts were handed out to those who donated to the fund on March 25th. These receipts was brought from the Boibcrker committee in Israel. When we organized our committee in the United States ...
  • Brzezany Yizkor Book (1978), image 494 {y91}
    The Jair Synagogue he "Jair Synagogue ", on Tarnopolska street was broken open and plun-dered, and thus it remained. "Rabbi Mendele Synagogue" abbi Mendele Synagogue" located on Strazacka street was burned down during the bombardment of the Nazis. The "Old Stretiner Klois" he "Old Streiner Klois". which was located near the renovated syna-gogue. was turned into a grain store house during the rule of the Soviets. The "Rozler Klois" he "Rozler Kloiz". which was situated on the north west side of the "Big Synagogue'" became ruined and forsaken. The "Potiker Kleizel" he "Potiker Kleizel". which was housed in Reb Jidels Synagogue, was ...

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