Records of the Schnabel family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 19 records for the surname Schnabel (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:

  • Sura SCHNEBEL, daughter of Israel
    1815 death record from Lwów Jewish Deaths (1805-1880)
  • Dwore SCHNEBEL, daughter of Israel and Rochme
    1824 death record from Lwów Jewish Deaths (1805-1880)
  • [no given name] SCHNEBEL, son of Israel and Rochme
    1825 death record from Lwów Jewish Deaths (1805-1880)
  • Jitte, daughter of Isac SCHNABEL
    1842 birth record from Brody Jewish Births (1815-1861)
    1847 death record from Lwów Jewish Deaths (1805-1880)
  • David SCHNABEL
    1848 other record from Kołomyja Reichstag Petitions (1848)
  • Dawid SCHNABEL
    1848 other record from Kołomyja Reichstag Petitions (1848)
  • Abraham Heshil SCHNEIBEL
    1848 other record from Kołomyja Reichstag Petitions (1848)
  • Berach SCHNEIBEL
    1848 other record from Kołomyja Reichstag Petitions (1848)
  • Dawid SCHNABEL
    1848 other record from Kołomyja Reichstag Petitions (1848)

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

There are 192 search results for the surname Schnabel 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.

  • Horodenka Yizkor Book (1963), image 54 {y190}
    ... Josel Rosenkranz Jzig Silber Schlomo Dolingcr Feibel Rosenkranz Jankel Schniirer Dawid Weiskem Hersch Wasser Abraham Guther Leib Dolinger Jankel Wasser Samuel Wasser Seclig Haschel Chaim Zuckcrmann Abisch Hochman Josel Katz Josel Prehauser Hcrsch Offenberger Salamon Frajer Chaim Prehauser Seinwel Silber Leib Luster Josias Mayer Jichil Silber Joel Kirschner Berl Katz Moses Offenberger Nossen Sturmer Noa Katz Obadia Offenberger Jakob Bruckner Moses Katz Moses Jurman Moses Kndpfncr Hindc Karin. Schomcr Fink Maier Diamant Borouch Schdnbrum Moses Rath Herschs ...
  • Kolbuszowa Yizkor Book (1971), image 805 {y239}
    ... children Miriam (1886-1942) and Hirsch Diamant Children: 1) Rachela, 2) Sima, and 3) Reisel Scheindel (1887-1967) and Schabse Nussbaum Golda (1889-1942) and Markus Huttner Children: 1) Cyrla, 2) Chana, 3) Lieba, 4) Noach, 5) Abraham, 6) Schulem, 7) Aron, 8) Perla, 9) Chiel Blima (1892-1942) and Isak Weitz Children: 1) Moses, 2) Chaje, 3) Perla. 4) Milka. 5) Seinwel Lea (1898-1967) and Jacob Landau Children: 1) David. 2) Noach, 3) Herzel, 4) Regina Reisel (1901-1942) and Josef Nussbaum Children: 1) Chiel, 2) Itta יזכרם אלקינו לטובה עם שאר צדיקי עולם, וינקום לעינינו נקמת דם עבדיו השפוך. By: ISRAEL AND MIRIAM BLITZER CHIEL BLITZER SARA BLITZER
  • Nadworna Yizkor Book (1975), image 341 {y373}
    ... family, and many more members of the large Bodnar family whose names I do nat recall any more. You saw our neighbors there: the sisters Jawetz, the Awners, Zauderers, Hartmanns, Bitt- manns, Lowis, Bergers, Neuhauses, Rinzlers, Brum- bergers, Zweiflers, Feders, Eti-Dwojre, Friedmanns, and more, and more... It was not borrible for them to watch, but rather amusing, how a young woman (Seinwel Zauderer's daughter) who gave birth to a child in this gathering place, was taken away together with these unfortunates. Well, Christian charity manifested itself in this place, in all its glory. I have, of course, related only fragments of all the tortures which the unfortunates had to endure that day in the gathering place in front of the church ; in order to repeat everything ...
  • Baligrod Yizkor Book (1964), image 421 {y24}
    824 FOREWORD This Yizkor book is written then, both as a memorial to our dead and as a symbol of our rebirth. It is written to show the world the spirit of the Jew. As important as mere personal survival is to each and every one of us, the survival of an idea, of a faith, of a religion, of the right to be different is more important than even life itself. Fach time we take this Book in hand we reconfirm our faith that we as Jews can not be obliterated from this earth. For, no matter how many of us arc gassed, or how many of us arc cremated, so long as one of us survives, or so long as one of our hooks remains or one of our ideas endures, wc ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 405 {y94}
    ... human feelings could remain indifferent to their bitter fate. Stanislav Rogovsky may also be counted among those chosen few. His sympathy and warmth towards the unhappy victims find expression in his writing, particularly so in his identification with his protago-nist, Shlomo Adler. He tries to describe the Jewish tragedy as seen through the prism of Shlomo Adler, symbol of the whole Jewish community. His helplessness in the face of his destiny is that of a cripple who, because of his disability, cannot escape his bitter fate. It is also the reason why the monsters put him among the bewildered children and the aged, in spite of the fact that he is in his prime, turning him, as it were, into the ,,representative" of the victims. We have omitted many passages and descriptions from ...

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