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Yudel Yezerski
Vilnius, Poland
29 Jul 1921

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Vilnius

also known as Wilno, Wilna, Vil'nyus, Vil'no, Vilnia and Vilna
Located in present-day Lithuania
138.6 miles NE of Bialystok...167.3 miles NE of Lomza...244.3 miles NE of Warszawa
Longitude 54 degrees, 41 minutes, Latitude 25 degrees, 19 minutes
Museum of Family History links that refer to Vilnius:

Postcards from Home:
Gedalia and Fruma Kowarski
Yakov Kopel and Sarah Tzitza Ekman
Ozer and Faiga Trapunski
Elizabeth Singer and her Sister
The Yezerski Family
Dovid Sher
Chana Hinda Sher
The Sholom Trapunski Family
Yenta and Gershon Radovsky
The Tenengoltz Family
Yehuda Hofstein

Yung Vilne
Peretz Miransky
Shmerke Katsherginski
The Vilna Troupe
Kadison, Buloff, and the Vilna Troupe
The Future Vilnius Jewish Library

Photographic Studios of Europe: The Chonovitz Studio

Holocaust Memorials of Eastern Europe: Vilnius
How Our Families Came to America: From Vilnius to Ellis Island
Cemetery Project: Vilnius society plots in New York and New Jersey
Society Gates: Vilnius
Visions of Vilnius 2005


External links of interest to Vilnius researchers:

LitvakSIG
Vilnius City Municipality

The Museum of Genocide Victims
Museums of Lithuania
The Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum
Eilat Levitan's Vilnius page
Preview of documentary "When the World Was Ours"
 




 

 

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