Records of the Zinader family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 35 records for the surname Zinader (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:

  • Chaje ZINADER
    death record from Stanisławów Jewish Deaths (1845-1863)
  • [infant], son of Chaim Dawid ZINADER
    death record from Stanisławów Jewish Deaths (1845-1863)
  • Bluma CINADER
    1851 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
  • Ester, daughter of Mortko ZINADER and Golde FLEISCHER
    1854 birth record from Drohobycz Jewish Births (1816-1869)
  • Sure ZYNADER
    1856 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
  • Feige ZINADER
    1861 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
  • Jacob ZYNADER
    1862 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1847-1863)
  • Sosie ZINADER
    1872 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1864-1876)
  • Neche ZINADER
    1873 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1864-1876)
  • Moses CINADER
    1876 death record from Stryj Jewish Deaths (1864-1876)

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

There are 167 search results for the surname Zinader 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.

  • Bobrka Yizkor Book (1964), image 226 {y80}
    Allvveil זל סבי בת זפיי (Laroentation») EIIRLICH MO I SI IK commemorates EHRLICH SENDER. Gram! father EHRL1CH BERL. Father EIIRLICH SARAH. Mother EIIRLICH -ElZBR. Brother EIIRLICH AVROHOM. Brother EHRLICH ROISE. Sister EHRLICH BRONIA. Sister EHRLICH CILKA. Sister EHRLICH LKIBISII, Cousin EHRLICH CHAJTSHE. Cousin KNGELKEKG RIUIS commemorates ENGELBERG HERSH. Brother and his family FKDKK ‹*11 ASYA commemorates LOSER bon YIZCHACK and wife YITTE MANES ben YIZCHACK with wife ELKE and two ...
  • Bolechow Yizkor Book (1957), image 133 {y82}
    ... מאד הוכו באכזריות בהזדמנויות שונות. מספר יהודים הועברו למאסר בכלא סטאניסלבוב, ממנו איש לא חזר (גם לא גוויתו). לפי התקנות שפורסמו, היה חייב כל יהודי מגיל 14 ומעלה להתחיל לעבוד. למעשה ריב הנוער עבד עוד לפני הוצאת ההוראות הנ״ל. במקרים רבים אפילו זויף הגיל, על מנת להתקבל לעבודה. עד מהרה קבלו כל העובדים באמצעות לשכת עבודה תעודות Ausweis מטעם Sicherheits Polizei und Sonder Dienst שבדרוהוביץ. מספרי Ausweis'.T בבוליחוב היו בדרך כלל מ־114000 עד 116000. יחד עם התעודה הזאת נתנו גם סרטים לבנים עם מגן דוד שבמרכזו האות „Arbeiter) "A). על כל סרט הופיע מספר המתאים אה שהופיע ^Ausweis. המגן דוד והמספר היו רקומים בחוט אדום. עד 1.12.42 כל העובדים היהודיים עוד קבלו שכר עבודה אפסי. במפעלים מסוימים, כגון .hobag" g. m.b.h* (לאחר מכן .delta" g.m.b.h", לשעבר Panstwowy Wieiki Tartak ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 416 {y94}
    ... . Wearing his best clothes he hired Sender the porter, to carry the stools he had made to the Union’s Office at the other end of the shtetl, it being beneath the dignity of a man of good family to cart furniture in the street. Meeting Behr Hennig on the way, the young man greeted him and Behr, in the homely spirit of the shtetl, asked him where he was going and what was the furniture that Sender was carrying before him. When the youth told him the story, Behr s3id : 44My son, you will never be a carpenter !44 ״Why ?’’ came the astounded question. 44Because a craftsman is proud of his handiwork while you, instead of proudly carrying the stools you made through the streets of the shtetl for all to see, have hired a porter to carry them..." Needless to say, Behr was right ...
  • Chrzanow Yizkor Book (1989), image 419 {y114}
    ... headed by General Schmeltz. To this department belonged those who would later become the Angels of Death for Chrzanow Jewry, such as S.S. Obersturmbanfuehrer and former German Army major, Heinrich Lindner, his adjutant Bruno Ludwik, Sergeant Knol, and the Ruma-nian Germans Dr. Messner and Kutshinsky. Anyone who received a certificate of work from this department soon had to pay a substantial sum, called "sonder," to the S.S. each month. Those who made these payments felt—or convinced them-selves—that they were safe from being sent to the labor camps. As in other cities throughout Poland, so too in Chrzanow the ghetto began to be enclosed at the end of 1940. First of all the Plantn became totally Judenrein. The Judenrat, which until then had been quartered at the Jewish community offices ...
  • Chrzanow Yizkor Book (1989), image 481 {y114}
    ... memory, and his logical analysis. He was a man of deep erudition both in Talmudic and secular knowledge, and he had a modern, relevant approach to all of the problems of Judaism in general, and to Jewish research in particular. Reb Shmuel represented a fine Jewish synthesis of deep religiosity and modern humanist thinking. In addition, Reb Shmuel, along with his brothers Reb Chayeml Grajower from Kwocala and Reb Sender Grajower from Jaworzno, were known throughout Western Galicia for having the most thorough knowledge of the Book of Books—the Five Books of Moses, the Prophets, and the Writings. As a good Hebrew stylist and grammarian, he devoted a great deal of study to the older Jewish literature. Catholic clergy visited him frequently, in order to hear his opinions regarding ...

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