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The Imiak Family
Lomza, Poland
cir 1927

TOWN INDEX
Lomza

also known as Lomzha and Lomzhe
Located in Lomza Gubernia in present-day Poland
44.3 miles W of Bialystok...78.8 miles NE of Warszawa
Longitude 53 degrees, 11 minutes, Latitude 22 degrees, 05 minutes

Museum of Family History links that refer to Lomza:

Postcards from Home (Family Photographs from pre-war Lomza):
The Ciechanowiczs
The Cymes Family
The Children of Herzk Yosef and Sura Cynkus
The Cynkus Family Return to Poland
The Farbarowicz Relative
The Family of Morris and Zlata Figa
Figa Family Photos
The Firer/Fuhrer Family
Israel and Sarah Goldman
The Gwasdowicz Family
The Imiak Family
The Kaiser Family from Lomza
The Perlo Family
Three Siblings
Leia and Michel Windenberg

The Family of Yisroel Gersh Windenberg
The Windenberg and Appelbaum Families
The Zolondz Family
Portraits from the Rembrandt Studio

Photographic Studios of Europe: The Rembrandt Studio
Synagogues of Europe: Lomza
Holocaust Memorials of Eastern Europe: Lomza
How Our Families Came to America: From Lomza to Ellis Island
My Family Tree: Chatzkel and Lena Burack
Eastern European Jewry: Life Under Czarist Rule
The Map Room: Lomza 1915-25
Visions of Lomza 2005
Visions of Early Lomza
Society Gates: Lomza
Society Gates: Lomza-Gac
Cemetery Project: Lomza society plots in New York and New Jersey
Cemetery Project: Lomza/Gac society plots in New York


External links of interest to Lomza researchers:

ShtetLinks: Lomza
 Lomza Jewish Cemetery Foundation
Lomza Yizkor Book

 


**Visions of Lomza 2005**
 

Lomza State Archives
building
 

View from a Lomza hill

View of Lomza
town square

Lomza town square

View from Old Cemetery

Old Lomza Cemetery matzeva
 

Old Lomza Jewish Cemetery
matzevot

Matzevot in the
Old Lomza Cemetery

Old Lomza Cemetery
matzeva

New Lomza Cemetery
sign
 

New Lomza Cemetery
matzeva

Matzeva from New
Lomza Jewish Cemetery

New Lomza Cemetery
matzevot


 


Matzeva from
New Lomza Cemetery

Memorial plaque at
New Lomza Cemetery
 

Many matzevot
in the
New Lomza Cemetery

Old Jewish Cemetery

Old Jewish cemetery

View from old cemetery
 

Entrance to Lomza town

Lomza government building

Memorial plaque to Jews who lived in Lomza during World War II
 

Lomza street scene

Lomza apartment buildings

Old Lomza building

Lomza Rynek
 

 


Street off Rynek

Lomza street scene

Taxi Carriages

The River Narew

Street Carriers Union

Talmud
Torah



 

 

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