8186Re: [S-R] Brezlow?
- Sep 1, 2003At 02:54 PM 1/09/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>ahoj Nick,She didn't convert to Judaism the family was Jewish , My father was born in
>My theory of the location of Brezlow ? is different.
>In 1923, a Sidi Hirsch, age 28, married, Hebrew, emigrated to
>her husband's (Benjamin Hirsch) address : 416 E. 3rd Street NYC.
>Her Last Residence was Wien (Vienna), Austria.
>In Yiddish Sarah is Sore , so perhaps Sidi was named Sadie ?
>Her birthplace was Brezlow ?, Czechoslovakia .
>There was no country called Czechoslovakia until the WW I Hungarian
>peace treaty in 1920.
>In Upper Hungary (Slovakia) R.C. parish churches kept the Jewish
Nove Mesto nad Vahom . I have a birth place of Velke Polo for my uncle and
on his immigration papers ( to Australia) it says The village of Pole and
then Uherce , Topolcany . Does that help?
As you say there was no Czechoslovakia when any of my father's family was
born, but papers produced after 1920 say Czechoslovakia , my father told
me they were Slovak, there are relatives of my aunty's living in Nove Mesto
NV. I have got some limited information from them but like Oliver Twist I
I'll see if the FHC has films for Bánovce nad Bebravou.
Thanks for your help.
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