Records of the Rothenstreich family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 81 records for the surname Rothenstreich (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:

  • Hinda ROTHENSTRAUCH, grandchild of , , ,
    Holocaust record from Lwów Ghetto Residents (1941-1943)
  • Jos ROTENSTREICH
    1827 property record from Jagielnica Landowners (1827)
  • Selig ROTHENSTRAUCH
    1847 property record from Nadwórna Landowners (1847)
  • Basia ROTTENSTREICH
    1848 death record from Probużna Jewish Deaths (1817-1876)
  • Hersz ROTTENSTREICH
    1850 death record from Probużna Jewish Deaths (1817-1876)
  • Melech ROTTENSTREICH, son of Nusym
    1856 death record from Probużna Jewish Deaths (1817-1876)
  • Feiga ROTTENSTREICH
    1858 property record from Kołomyja House Owners (1858)
  • Mordko ROTTENSTREICH
    1858 property record from Kołomyja House Owners (1858)
  • Sure ROTENSTREICH, daughter of Schaia and Chaie HEUMAN
    1858 birth record from Rzeszów Jewish Births (1842-1866)
  • Rachel ROTENSTREICH, daughter of Schaia and Chaia HEUMAN
    1861 birth record from Rzeszów Jewish Births (1842-1866)

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Family & Location Researcher Researcher's Location Date Added
ROTHENSTREICH in
Anywhere in Galicia
GG Member San Diego, CA
USA
Jun 23, 2019
ROTENSTREICH in
Kolomyya, Ukraine
GG Member Ramat Gan,
ISRAEL
Feb 8, 2018
ROTHENSTREICH in
Buchach, Ukraine
GG Member Voorhees, NJ
USA
Mar 5, 2015

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

There are 61 search results for the surname Rothenstreich 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.

  • Sambir Yizkor Book (1980), image 368 {y6}
    ... of Hanoar Hazioni developed later. Sambor, therefore, was the cradle of the Hanoar Hazioni movement. Gordon ia The youth movement Gordonia, named after A. 1›. Gordon, was founded in Sambor in 1929, after the bloody events in 1־retz-Israel. Its founders were Aryeh Ben-Yosef (Shuminer). Motek and Buzu Shahar. and Aryeh Taustein. Shuttle) Maitz. Shulamit Horath (Stcffa Finsterbusch) and Natan Rothenstreich, members of the Sambor branch of Gordonia, left for Lvov after some lime, to do active work in the movement's center there. Also active in Sambor were the Association of Jewish Women, and the Ezra Society. The latter succeeded, in 1924, in financing emigra-tion to Palestine of 95 halutzim (apparently most, or some of them, refugees from Rus-sia). In 1935. a coordination committee ...
  • Sambir Yizkor Book (1980), image 370 {y6}
    'twenties, led by Zvi Dorenberg, Zvi Til-man, among others. After some years of its existence, it organized the religious pioneer-ing youth movement B'nei Akiva. 771e Revisionist Patty This party was founded in Sambor in 1926 by the students David Koch, Alexander (Olek) Licberman, Zigmunt Reichman, Yehoshua Rothenstreich and Moshe Straus-man. They established a society of academics called Hashmonai, which had a clear revision-ist program. They were active mainly among high-school students, whom they encouraged to participate in courses for military training connected with the schools. Their youth movement Betar came into existence later; it ...
  • Sambir Yizkor Book (1980), image 371 {y6}
    ... it bore a Jewish character. It was an illegal party, many of its members having been condemned to pro-longed periods of imprisonment for their activities in it. zionist parties and movements Clenetal Y.ionisl Party This party was involved in ail the activities of the Jewish Community and the municipality, including those connected with social welfare and culture. In the 'twenties. Dr. Fishel Rothenstreich was its president. In the 'thir-ties. Isaac Knepl led it. Among its outstand-ing activists were: A. Goldberg, Dr. Halprin, Kleinhaus. David Kalter. Nehcmia Lan-ginger. Maitz and A. Shor. Hamizrachi and Hapoel Hamizrathi Mizrachi. the National Religious Party, was founded after the First World War; among its leaders were Shalom Dir. Avraham Gottes-diner. Avraham Krug, and Shniucl Metzger ...
  • Sambir Yizkor Book (1980), image 374 {y6}
    ... Lvov. ITS ADMINISTRATION THE JEWISH COMMUNITY AND Until 1923 there were no elections in the Community and the administration that had served before the first World War. led by Elimclech Goldberg, continued to serve. In the first elections in the days of Polish rule, the results were as follows: Zionists — 5, Hamizrachi — 5, Agudat Israel — I, Arti-sans' Union — 2, personal lists — II. Dr. Fishcl Rothenstreich was elected president of the Jewish Community; his deputy, too. was a Zionist. In 1930 the Community administration was dissolved. Non-party Shlomo Margulis was appointed "commissar", and he cooperated with the Agudat Israel. The Zionists who had been named to the administration re-signed from their posts. In the elections which took place in 1934. the General Zionists together with ...
  • Sambir Yizkor Book (1980), image 376 {y6}
    ... majority of the children who received only traditional education studied in the modern Talmud Tora which Rabbi Aharon Levin founded during the First World War. In this school the children also studied secular subjects, conforming to the Compulsory Education Law. In 1926 a complementary school for girls. Beit Yaakov, was added. In 1921. a Hebrew school. Tarbuth, was founded by Dr. Fishcl Rothenstreich, with 144 pupils attending in 1922. This school played a decisive role in imparting the values of national-Zionist education and a know-ledge of the Hebrew language; it also served as a hotbed for the pioneer youth move-ments. Fisher. Frankel. Komorovski and Shumincr taught there. After the free com-pulsory education law came into effect, this school could no longer be maintained for budgetary ...

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