names: Skernevitsy, Skernyevits,
Location: 41.0 miles WSW of Warszawa
Jewish Population in 1900: 3,069
A very moving memorial poem dedicated to remebering the lost Jewish shtetls of Poland
Yizkor Books (2
from LDS microfiche Birth. Marriages
and Deaths 1846-1867
Jakubowicz/Szmulowicz families only
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I have a copy of an excellent book - Wlodarczyk, Edward. A History of the Jews of Skierniewice. Skierniewice: Propress, 1993.written by a retired non-Jewish Engineer living in Skierniewice. .The book writen in Polish has yet to find an English translator . The book contains tables and statistics relating to the Jewish population of the Shtetl among which are:
a. Lists of
Jews who left property in
Skierniewice. (67 addresses)
Information relating to my family
roots in Skierniewice Poland
I have made a manuscript copy of the members of the Lodz Synagogue in London 1897
I should be happy to check references if you e-mail me.
The Jewish Chronicle Archives accessible online at www.thejc.com/archives has several reference to the Lodz Synagogue .membership etc
A graphic illustration of extreme difference in the of quality of life within the Lodz Ghetto between those
struggling to survive starvation and brutality and those who took on the role of leadership under the Nazis.
may be gathered from this website.
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