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  • ralph
    Dear Natalie, Trust you got all my material, Regards Ralph ... From: Natalie Jones To: Vistytis@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 7:55 PM
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 7, 2008
      Dear Natalie,
       
      Trust you got all my material,
       
      Regards
       
      Ralph
       
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 7:55 PM
      Subject: Re: [Vistytis] Vilkaviskis !

      Thanks Ralph! Unfortunately, I can't read Hebrew so I will need help deciphering the gravestones. There is one with the name Cohen. Can you tell me what it says? My great grandmother' s maiden name was Dora Cohen.

      Natalie

      ralph <salinger@kfar- ruppin.org. il> wrote:
      Dear Natalie.,
       
      Greetings from Kfar Ruppin, Israel,
       
      The pictures at our site: http://www.lysurge. net/wayne_ genealogy/ public/vilk2007 where taken by Wayne and I
      when we cleaned up the cemtery last year.
       
      Thats almost all there are !
       
      Regards
       
      Ralph
       
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 1:38 PM
      Subject: Re: [Vistytis] locating family/history in Lithuania

      My paternal grandfather came from the same town. Where did you find photos of the tombstones? I would be interested in finding any for the Krohn family.
       
      Natalie

      berel goldfarb <berel18@yahoo. com> wrote:
      IT MAY TO SIMPLE BUT RESEARCH  LITVAK  AND FOLLOW THE LEADS ALSO RESEARCH THE NAM EOF THE TOWN I AM PRETTY SURE I SAW IT WHEN I WAS LOOKING FOR VILKAVISKIS
      I HAVE  BEEN ABLE TO FIND   FAMILY TOMBSTONES PICS OF THE TOWN
      AND EVEN THE ADDRESS OF THE HOSUE  MY FAMMILY LIVED IN
      HOPE THIS IS  USEFULL SOME HOW
      bEREL


      mal simon <coach7157@yahoo. com> wrote:
      Hello,  My wife's maternal grandparents came from a small village near Vilnius.  We think it may have been Wysztinec (Poland in those days) and now Vistytis in Lithuania.  We are going to Poland and Lithuania in May to try to locate some history of the family and possibly any family members.  Does anyone have advice as to how we can get some information before we go?  Thanks.   Mal Simon

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    • berel goldfarb
      tHERE ISA PARTAIL REGISTRY OF NAMES I WILLTRY AND FIND IIT FOR U ralph wrote: Dear Natalie., Greetings from Kfar
      Message 2 of 6 , Jan 8, 2008
        tHERE ISA PARTAIL REGISTRY OF NAMES I WILLTRY AND FIND IIT FOR U

        ralph <salinger@...> wrote:
        Dear Natalie.,
         
        Greetings from Kfar Ruppin, Israel,
         
        The pictures at our site: http://www.lysurge. net/wayne_ genealogy/ public/vilk2007 where taken by Wayne and I
        when we cleaned up the cemtery last year.
         
        Thats almost all there are !
         
        Regards
         
        Ralph
         
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 1:38 PM
        Subject: Re: [Vistytis] locating family/history in Lithuania

        My paternal grandfather came from the same town. Where did you find photos of the tombstones? I would be interested in finding any for the Krohn family.
         
        Natalie

        berel goldfarb <berel18@yahoo. com> wrote:
        IT MAY TO SIMPLE BUT RESEARCH  LITVAK  AND FOLLOW THE LEADS ALSO RESEARCH THE NAM EOF THE TOWN I AM PRETTY SURE I SAW IT WHEN I WAS LOOKING FOR VILKAVISKIS
        I HAVE  BEEN ABLE TO FIND   FAMILY TOMBSTONES PICS OF THE TOWN
        AND EVEN THE ADDRESS OF THE HOSUE  MY FAMMILY LIVED IN
        HOPE THIS IS  USEFULL SOME HOW
        bEREL


        mal simon <coach7157@yahoo. com> wrote:
        Hello,  My wife's maternal grandparents came from a small village near Vilnius.  We think it may have been Wysztinec (Poland in those days) and now Vistytis in Lithuania.  We are going to Poland and Lithuania in May to try to locate some history of the family and possibly any family members.  Does anyone have advice as to how we can get some information before we go?  Thanks.   Mal Simon

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      • Natalie Jones
        Thank you! That would be appreciated. There is a Cohen gravestone photograph. Can someone tell me what it says? My great grandfather s wife s maiden name was
        Message 3 of 6 , Jan 8, 2008
          Thank you! That would be appreciated. There is a Cohen gravestone photograph. Can someone tell me what it says? My great grandfather's wife's maiden name was Dora Cohen. I am also looking for the name Marwillsky.
           
          Natalie

          berel goldfarb <berel18@...> wrote:
          tHERE ISA PARTAIL REGISTRY OF NAMES I WILLTRY AND FIND IIT FOR U

          ralph <salinger@kfar- ruppin.org. il> wrote:
          Dear Natalie.,
           
          Greetings from Kfar Ruppin, Israel,
           
          The pictures at our site: http://www.lysurge. net/wayne_ genealogy/ public/vilk2007 where taken by Wayne and I
          when we cleaned up the cemtery last year.
           
          Thats almost all there are !
           
          Regards
           
          Ralph
           
           
          ----- Original Message -----
          Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 1:38 PM
          Subject: Re: [Vistytis] locating family/history in Lithuania

          My paternal grandfather came from the same town. Where did you find photos of the tombstones? I would be interested in finding any for the Krohn family.
           
          Natalie

          berel goldfarb <berel18@yahoo. com> wrote:
          IT MAY TO SIMPLE BUT RESEARCH  LITVAK  AND FOLLOW THE LEADS ALSO RESEARCH THE NAM EOF THE TOWN I AM PRETTY SURE I SAW IT WHEN I WAS LOOKING FOR VILKAVISKIS
          I HAVE  BEEN ABLE TO FIND   FAMILY TOMBSTONES PICS OF THE TOWN
          AND EVEN THE ADDRESS OF THE HOSUE  MY FAMMILY LIVED IN
          HOPE THIS IS  USEFULL SOME HOW
          bEREL


          mal simon <coach7157@yahoo. com> wrote:
          Hello,  My wife's maternal grandparents came from a small village near Vilnius.  We think it may have been Wysztinec (Poland in those days) and now Vistytis in Lithuania.  We are going to Poland and Lithuania in May to try to locate some history of the family and possibly any family members.  Does anyone have advice as to how we can get some information before we go?  Thanks.   Mal Simon

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        • Natalie Jones
          Thanks Ralph! Unfortunately, I can t read Hebrew so I will need help deciphering the gravestones. There is one with the name Cohen. Can you tell me what it
          Message 4 of 6 , Jan 8, 2008
            Thanks Ralph! Unfortunately, I can't read Hebrew so I will need help deciphering the gravestones. There is one with the name Cohen. Can you tell me what it says? My great grandmother's maiden name was Dora Cohen.

            Natalie

            ralph <salinger@...> wrote:
            Dear Natalie.,
             
            Greetings from Kfar Ruppin, Israel,
             
            The pictures at our site: http://www.lysurge. net/wayne_ genealogy/ public/vilk2007 where taken by Wayne and I
            when we cleaned up the cemtery last year.
             
            Thats almost all there are !
             
            Regards
             
            Ralph
             
             
            ----- Original Message -----
            Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 1:38 PM
            Subject: Re: [Vistytis] locating family/history in Lithuania

            My paternal grandfather came from the same town. Where did you find photos of the tombstones? I would be interested in finding any for the Krohn family.
             
            Natalie

            berel goldfarb <berel18@yahoo. com> wrote:
            IT MAY TO SIMPLE BUT RESEARCH  LITVAK  AND FOLLOW THE LEADS ALSO RESEARCH THE NAM EOF THE TOWN I AM PRETTY SURE I SAW IT WHEN I WAS LOOKING FOR VILKAVISKIS
            I HAVE  BEEN ABLE TO FIND   FAMILY TOMBSTONES PICS OF THE TOWN
            AND EVEN THE ADDRESS OF THE HOSUE  MY FAMMILY LIVED IN
            HOPE THIS IS  USEFULL SOME HOW
            bEREL


            mal simon <coach7157@yahoo. com> wrote:
            Hello,  My wife's maternal grandparents came from a small village near Vilnius.  We think it may have been Wysztinec (Poland in those days) and now Vistytis in Lithuania.  We are going to Poland and Lithuania in May to try to locate some history of the family and possibly any family members.  Does anyone have advice as to how we can get some information before we go?  Thanks.   Mal Simon

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          • Natalie Jones
            I don t think so. ralph wrote: Dear Natalie, Trust you got all my material, Regards Ralph ... From: Natalie Jones To:
            Message 5 of 6 , Jan 8, 2008
              I don't think so.

              ralph <salinger@...> wrote:
              Dear Natalie,
               
              Trust you got all my material,
               
              Regards
               
              Ralph
               
               
              ----- Original Message -----
              Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 7:55 PM
              Subject: Re: [Vistytis] Vilkaviskis !

              Thanks Ralph! Unfortunately, I can't read Hebrew so I will need help deciphering the gravestones. There is one with the name Cohen. Can you tell me what it says? My great grandmother' s maiden name was Dora Cohen.

              Natalie

              ralph <salinger@kfar- ruppin.org. il> wrote:
              Dear Natalie.,
               
              Greetings from Kfar Ruppin, Israel,
               
              The pictures at our site: http://www.lysurge. net/wayne_ genealogy/ public/vilk2007 where taken by Wayne and I
              when we cleaned up the cemtery last year.
               
              Thats almost all there are !
               
              Regards
               
              Ralph
               
               
              ----- Original Message -----
              Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 1:38 PM
              Subject: Re: [Vistytis] locating family/history in Lithuania

              My paternal grandfather came from the same town. Where did you find photos of the tombstones? I would be interested in finding any for the Krohn family.
               
              Natalie

              berel goldfarb <berel18@yahoo. com> wrote:
              IT MAY TO SIMPLE BUT RESEARCH  LITVAK  AND FOLLOW THE LEADS ALSO RESEARCH THE NAM EOF THE TOWN I AM PRETTY SURE I SAW IT WHEN I WAS LOOKING FOR VILKAVISKIS
              I HAVE  BEEN ABLE TO FIND   FAMILY TOMBSTONES PICS OF THE TOWN
              AND EVEN THE ADDRESS OF THE HOSUE  MY FAMMILY LIVED IN
              HOPE THIS IS  USEFULL SOME HOW
              bEREL


              mal simon <coach7157@yahoo. com> wrote:
              Hello,  My wife's maternal grandparents came from a small village near Vilnius.  We think it may have been Wysztinec (Poland in those days) and now Vistytis in Lithuania.  We are going to Poland and Lithuania in May to try to locate some history of the family and possibly any family members.  Does anyone have advice as to how we can get some information before we go?  Thanks.   Mal Simon

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