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Mielec Landsmanshaftn 


 

In the 1960s, the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) microfilmed the Jewish incorporation records for Landsmanshaftn and other town and country-related organizations incorporated in New York County the period from 1848-1920. These Landsmanshaftn provided social and economic services and support for their members. The following Mielec Landsmanshaftn [home town associations] are recorded in the microfilms:

               Organization

Year of Incorporation

Doc. Number

Congregation Bnai Jehuda Anshe Mielez

1902

2320

First Mielitzer Young Men's Benevolent Society

1903

773

Congregation Beth Hachneses Anshei Mielec

1916

5263

 

In 1989, the Jewish Genealogical Society, Inc. (New York) began an effort to identify the names and cemetery locations of all Jewish burial society plots in the New York metropolitan area. These include plots of landsmanshaftn, synagogues, family circles, fraternal organizations and labor unions. The following Mielec Landsmanshaftn plots are listed:

 

Congregation Beth Hachneses Anshei Mielec

Synagogue

Wellwood - Block 49, Section 3

Congregation Beth Hachneses Anshei Mielec

Synagogue

 New Mt. Carmel - Section 2, Block 1, Map 20A 

Congregation Beth Hachneses Anshei Mielec

Synagogue

Beth David (Elmont) - Section BB, Block 2

Congregation Beth Hachneses Anshei Mielec

Synagogue

Washington (B'klyn) - Section 4, Post 369

Erste Mielecer Chebra Kranken Unt. (post)

Landsmanshaft

Washington (B'klyn) - Section 4, Post 370

Meltzer Chevra

Family Circle

Mokom Sholom  -  Gate 25

Mielitzer Chevra Bnei Yehuda Horwitz Anshi Sfard

Landsmanshaft

Acacia  -  Gate 1

Mielnicer Unt. Verein Anshe Oestereich

Landsmanshaft

Washington (B'klyn) - Section 2, Post 191

Mielnicer Unt. Verein Anshe Oestereich

Landsmanshaft

Montefiore  - Block 56, Gate 408/E

 


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