Records of the Krinitz family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 25 records for the surname Krinitz (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:

  • Elias KRINITZ
    1894 census record from Korolówka Residents (miscellaneous list) (1857-1928)
  • Eliasz KRINITZ
    1894 census record from Korolówka Residents (miscellaneous list) (1857-1928)
  • Joachim KRINITZ
    1894 census record from Korolówka Residents (miscellaneous list) (1857-1928)
  • Dawid LAGER, son of and
    and Jenta Dwosia KRINITZ, daughter of and
    1904 marriage record from Obertyn Jewish Marriages (index book) (1861-1938)
  • Sima LEITNER / KRINITZ, daughter of Hersch Ber KRINITZ and Ettie KRINITZ
    1905 death record from Nadwórna Jewish Deaths (1902-1911)
  • Nusyn EKERLING, son of and
    and Rifka KRINITZ, daughter of and
    1910 marriage record from Obertyn Jewish Marriages (index book) (1861-1938)
  • Chaja KRINITZ
    1920 census record from Korolówka Residents (miscellaneous list) (1857-1928)
  • Klara KRINITZ
    1921 census record from Korolówka Residents (miscellaneous list) (1857-1928)
  • Klara KRINITZ
    1921 census record from Korolówka Residents (miscellaneous list) (1857-1928)
  • Jozef KRINITZ
    1923 census record from Korolówka Residents (miscellaneous list) (1857-1928)

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

There are 189 search results for the surname Krinitz 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.

  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 415 {y94}
    ... than his sister. Just after Andjia began her studies at the Jaglo-nian University at Krakow tragedy struck the family. Dr. Horowitz, who had suffered from kidney stones, was obliged to undergo an operation, shortly after which he died. The widow left for Cracow with her children so as to make it easier for her to pay for their studies. Andjia took a job as a h’gh-school teacher and went to Krinits, a famous spa, on her holidays. It was there she fell ill and her condition became so serious that when the doctors finally realized she had typhoid fever it was too late to savee her and, the young girl’s life was lost. I next heard about this unhappy family at the height of the war in 1942. The woman who had been my father’s secretary for many years wrote to me in Warsaw that ...
  • Mosty-Wielkie Yizkor Book (1975), image 439 {y347}
    Memorial Book LXX are: "Morris Rosenfeld’s Beginning", "Sources For the Study of the Yiddish Press in the United States, 1870 — 1900", "Goldfaden and Shomer", "First Union of Yiddish Writers in the United States", "The Yiddish Press in America, 1875 — 1885", "Philip Krantz and the Journal, Di Proletarishe Veit", "Philip Krantz’s Literary En- counters", "Important Moments in the History of the Yiddish Press in the United States", "When Hebrew and Yiddish Made Their Appearance in the United States", "Yiddish Idioms in Yehoash’s Translation of the Bible", and others of the same nature. All of the above-mentioned studies, as well as many others ...
  • Skala-Podilska Yizkor Book (1978), image 163 {y93}
    ... Samuel New York, USA Feuerberg. Abraham (Diedin the USAI Fisch, Hinde Haifa. Israel Fisch, Chaskel Haifa. Israel Fisch, Yitzhak New York. USA Fisch. Fischel (Diedin New York in 1969) Plitt, Max New York, USA Plitt (Schnitzer), Chaya (Diedin N. Y. in 19671 Fleischman, Israel New York. USA Pecker, Israel Bnei Brak. Israel Pecker, Tzirel Bnei Brak. Israel Frenkel (Krantz), Sara Los Angeles. USA Frenkel (Hyman), Frieda Los Angeles. USA Frenkel (Schafiroff). Mira Los Angeles, USA Frenkel (Stein), Rita Los Angeles. USA Frenkel, Moses New York, USA Frenkel, Nunia New York, USA Zimmerman, Zygmunt New York, USA Zimmerman. Sophie New York. USA Zimmerman, Daniel New York. USA Kasirer, Benny Haifa. Israel Kasircr, Moses Haifa. Israel Kirschner, Urn Buenos Aires. Argentina Kirschner, Joseph ...
  • Skala-Podilska Yizkor Book (2009), page 224 {y109}
  • Drohobycz Yizkor Book (1959), image 106 {y147}
    ... Jasienicka Solna 2079 31 (4) Kolpiec 1259 29 (27) Korosnica/Yosefsberg 912 8 (5) Kropiwnik Nowy 1809 80 Kropiwnik Nowy 42 18 Kropiwnik Stary 1376 78 Kropiwnik Stary 34 14 Krynica 1441 52 (39) Letnia 2835 53 (47) Loipwica --- --- (6) Lisznia 1361 30 (37) Litynia 2449 29 (31) Lastowski 1329 44 Luzck Dolny 1065 40 (25) Majdan ...

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