Records of the Zinglot family in the All Galicia Database

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

There are 67 search results for the surname Zinglot 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.

  • 1917/1918 Lancut Realschule Report, image 16 {s124}
    ... Kozakówna Danuta (hosp.) 28. Pondel Ignacy 45. Mösówna Marya (pryw.) I 29. Rejman Roman 46. Rendlówna Anna (pryw.) 47. Szpilówna Józefa (pryw.) I Klasa V Balicki Stefan I 20. Bem Tomasz 21. Bieniasz Józef I 22. Cierpisz Emilian popr. z mat. 23. Curzytek Jan I 24. Czado Władysław 25. Danielewicz Jan I 26. Domka Jan I 27. Dumnicki Witołd wyst. 5/12 1917 28. Fleszar Bronisław I 29. Ginter Antoni popr. z hist. nat. 30. Jnglot Roman I 31. Jnglot Stefan I 32. Jabłoński Roman, do 10 10 33. 1917 do wojska I 34. . Kolek Roman Landau Bernard I 35. , Lizak Karol popr. z łac. 36. . Machalski Franciszek I 37. . Matyka Emil 38 Mazur Józef popr. z geom. wykn Meder Mary9n I Mędrak Henryk I Nawojski Józef Ostrowski Tomasz Paluch Józef niekl. Rybak Tadeusz, I Sekunda Maryan popr. z franc. Sitarski Michał ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 474 {y94}
    ... place, and do other types of forced labor. A little later, a Judenrath (Jewish Council) was formed and it was responsible for supplying Jewish labor for any work required by the Germans, such as chopping wood, one’s being obedient to our Jewish heritage and tra-ditions, as well as being a good Polish citizen. How-ever, I was never really given the chance to be the latter, since I was an adolescent when the Nazis singled us out as a special species to be destroyed. Before that, I remember, as a small child of three years, going to Cheder (Hebrew school). These were happy, carefree days, playing with other Jewish children, learning and studying, although we had to do this six days a week, from early morning to even-ing and we often fell asleep from exhaustion. The Rabbi in charge ...
  • Kolbuszowa Yizkor Book (1971), image 814 {y239}
    ... Glazel’s wife, on whom they found money. Bluma, her daughter, approached with her two children to plead for her mother. The murderers shot the two women and the two children to death. They singled out for special atrocities some Jews who were wearing a tallis koton. First they beat them bloody. Then they ordered them to dip the tallis koton in the blood and polish the German boots with them ... Lipnica and Pinhas Rosmarin of Kolbuszowa. Next they turned on a number of beautiful young girls. They undressed them naked and thrust their hands into their most intimate parts looking, as they claimed, for concealed valuables. While this was going on at the square, another S.S. unit and some policemen were in the alleys from which the Jews had come. Anyone they met was shot. They thus killed my uncle ...
  • Kolbuszowa Yizkor Book (1971), image 841 {y239}
    ... Aushwitz. Among the wounded were 30 Jews, including: David Leidner, Aaron Birenfeld, David Birnbaum, Rabbi Ben-Zion Horowitz of Majdan, and others. All had to be buried on the Gentile side of the cemetery, Jews and Christians alike, while all the Polish soldiers, including the Jewish ones, were buried in one common grave. Our suffering was aggravated by the fact that only Jews were singled out for forced labor but soon we learned that our Polish neighbors were obliging the Germans by pointing out where we Jews lived. At that time German soldiers also entered Jewish homes sys- tematically, claiming that they were searching for arms and, while
  • Kolbuszowa Yizkor Book (1971), image 859 {y239}
    ... was headed by Bezalel Grunstein, the community head, and Hirsch Gewirtz, secretary of the community and of the Free Loan Society. They told of Mr. Loew's speech in which he sharply criticized certain towns in Galicia because due to their accusations and informing, the townspeople in America refused to cooperate with the Galician organization in America and as a result their aid was delayed. He singled Kolbuszowa out for special praise, heaping superlatives both on the Kolbuszowites in America for their loyal devotion, and the local people for their dedicated work for the community, which deserved to be held up as a model for other communities. The 1937-1938 Report The official report sent by the Society on April 28, 1938, for the year 1937-1938 (from April 1, 1937 to March 31, 1938 ...

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