Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland

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Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland Vital Records Indexing

The Jewish Cemetery of Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland

The Jewish Colonial Trust, Ltd. - Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland

 

Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland Vital Records Indexing

As part of the Jewish Records Indexing - Poland project for Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland, we have continued with our efforts to translate the vital records for Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland. To date, we have translated 1829-1831 as well as 1868-1877 - over 1,335 records!

Recently we received copies from Poland of the indexes for 1840-1859 and 1877-1882 which total 2,130 records. In order to have them computerized and made available, we are in need of donations. We need to raise a couple hundred additional dollars, which isn't a lot if everyone contributes a little.

If you are able to support this effort, please send a check to Sheila Salo, 5607 Greenleaf Rd, Cheverly MD 20785 It should be made out to JRI-Poland with a memo of Grodzisk Maz. Phone for VISA/Mastercard at 301-341-1261 All contributors are welcome and all donations of at least $50 will get a copy of the entire index prior to it ever being made publicly available.

SURNAMES that were found in the records mentioned first are listed below. TOWNS that are near Grodzisk Mazowiecki are listed below.  Your contribution IS TAX DEDUCTIBLE. See www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl for more information on the Jewish Records Indexing of Poland project.

Click here to download a surname-town cross-reference for Grodzisk Mazowieki and several nearby towns.

SURNAMES that were found in the records include: Aba, Abrachamowicz, Abramovich, Abramson, Albert, Altman, Apelman, Arnzon, Aronson, Aronzon, Artman, Aysenishwitz, Ayzensztat, Bainbarg, Bainbarm, Bainvol, Barenshtein, Baum, Bedzak, Beinbaum, Beker, Belfer, Bender, Berenbaum, Berenholtz, Berkovich, Bernbaum, Binental, Biner, Birenbaum, Birnbaum, Biter, Blykhman, Bogutsky, Boim, Boiman, Boker, Bonk, Bonko, Booro, Borgen, Bork, Borkovska, Borkovsky, Bornshtain, Borsztein, Braitman, Bram, Brantstain, Bratshtain, Braun, Bresler, Bretshtain, Brezinsky, Brikman, Briner, Bron, Brongoshevsky, Bronshtain, Brukharzh, Brykman, Bryl, Brylant, Brzhesinsky, Brzhezinsky, Bsiak, Budnik, Bukhtsinsky, Burgeman, Burman, Burmann, Burshtyn, Bursztyn, Bygier, Chakov, Cyrla, Dantsiger, Davidovich, Davidowicz, Diament, Dittman, Dliament, Draer, Draerman, Dub, Dytman, Elblinger, Elin, Elving, Engel, Epshtain, Epsztein, Erlich, Erlikh, Erlikhman, Faig, Faigenbaum, Faigenbert, Fain, Fal----, Feldman, Feper, Feratenberg, Filisop, Filizop, Filkrim, Filozop, Fishenfeld, Fisher, Fishman, Flyagman, Flyam, Flyapan, Fogel, Fraerman, Fraidshtern, Fraindshtern, Franka, Frenkel, Fridman, Frishman, Frits, Fritz, Froerman, Fryd, Frydman, Fryshman, Fryts, Fuks, Funtovich, G_____ky, Gaer, Garbarzh, Gatard, Gaufman, Gelbard, Gelbarg, Gelbart, Geldbard, Gelender, Geles, Gellender, Gering, Gernbaum, Gernikovich, Gershiovich, Gevor, Gevor ?, Ginksman, Gips, Gitard, Glimkovich, Globus, Godys, Goldberg, Goldfarb, Goldrakh, Goldshtein, Golgshtein, Golodfarb, Golshtain, Gorshkovich, Gotard, Gotchard, Gotfraind, Gotkharb, Gotkhard, Gotlib, Grabeka, Grinberg, Grinisinski, Grinshpan, Grinshtain, Gritz, Gryn, Grynshpan, Gryshpan, Gryts, Grzhimek, Grzhymek, Gu__don, Gulden, Gut__d, Gutgeld, Gutgeld , Gutgleit, Gutglig, Gutglik, Gutgold, Gutkgeld, Gutkind, Gutman, Gutmand, Gutovich, Hascbarg, Hinz, Holsztein, Iesionovich, Ioskovich, Isizygiet, Itskovich, Izumirfut, Jerarich, Jolering, Jolirsz, Jramirfus, Jute, Kachka, Kalinsky, Kamen, Kamenovich, Kamerfuks, Kamerfur, Kaminsky, Kanfer, Kaplan, Karshavsky, Kartsash, Karvaser, Kats, Katz, Kaufman, Kazirog, Keizman, Khabergrits, Khabergrytts, Khaiman, Khaina, Khalband, Khalshtat, Khamer, Khansband, Kharsh, Kherink, Khershkovich, Khershtovich, Kheryng, Khiliovich, Khilovich, Khirsh, Khoffman, Khofman, Khokhman, Kholshtain, Khopshtoin, Khorshkevich, Khoufman, Khubergryts, Kirshenbaum, Klainberg, Klimkovich, Klotsman, Klyainberg, Knaster, Kneler, Knopenmakher, Knopmakher, Kon, Kone, Koper, Kopermashkovich, Kornsztein, Kortsarzh, Koruosh, Korzho_, Koziat, Kozirog, Kozitsky, Kraevsky, Krasovsky, Krauz, Krosovsky, Krots, Krupka, Kuman, Kunts, Kure, Kurts, Kutsen, Kutz, Kuyavsky, Kykhster, Labkhaber, Laibeykier, Laibtsiger, Laibtsyger, Laikhter, Laizerovich, Lakh, Lakh, Lakhman, Landenbarg, Landt, Landtman, Lasman, Laufer, Laybaykicr, Laybeygier, Lenenman, Lensman, Leon, Lerer, Lesman, Levantel, Levental, Leventyl, Levin, Levkovich, Lezenman, Liberman, Libermann, Libkhaber, Libkhaver, Lichtensztein, Lidzkiy, Liebohaber, Likhtenshtein, Likhtman, Lina, Lina , Lindenberg, Linkhaver, Lipkhaber, Lipshits, Lipshyts, Livazer, Lowkowicz, Lubliner, Lupshits, Luzb, Lyabtsiger, Lyaizerovich, Lyakh, Lyakhman, Lyandau, Lyasman, Lyatovich, Lyaufer, Lyubartovsky, Lyubliner, Lyubmener, Maerovich, Margules, Maslovich, Mayerovich, Michroki, Mikhlovich, Mikhroskaya, Mikhrosky, Mikhrovsky, Miler, Milkhyar, Miller, Milner, Milshtein, Minkindorf, Mints, Mirenshtein, Mirnshtain, Mishroski, Mitsmakher, Mlynarek, Mlynarsky, M---movich, Molinitsky, Morgenshtern, Morgenshtorn, Myk, Naftal, Naiburg, Naidorf, Naigaus, Naikhus, Naiman, Naimark, Neiman, Neybaum, Nukhimovich, Nul, Nusen, Nutkovich, Nysenkholts, Nysenkholtz, Olen, Orlovich, Orzsochomski, Osman, Pasternak, Peker, Perelman, Perlov, Permuter, Peshovsky, Pilgrim, Pitkevich, Platman, Pletman, Plonsky, Ponovsky, Poznansky, Prafman, Provizor, Przhityak, Przhityk, Przhitytsky, Przhybyshkevich, Przhytyk, Przhytytsky, Przytyk, Pshytyk, Pytkovich, Rad, Radbard, Raigratsky, Raigrodzky, Raigrotsky, Raikhenberg, Raikhman, Rais, Rakhtshaid, Rappa, Rat, Ratsker, Rauchman, Rekhtman, Rekhtshait, Riterband, Rodbard, Rotbam, Rotbard, Rotbaum, Rotman, Rotstain, Rozen, Rozen__, Rozenberg, Rozengolts, Rozenkhalts, Rozenkhelts, Rozenkholts, Rozenkholtts, Rozental, Rozentsvaig, Rozerzfelch, Rubaum, Rubin, Ruda, Rudo, Ruth, Rybak, Ryterband, S______, Sa__mon, Salay, Sapiro, Senalovich, Shaika, Shainberg, Shapira, Shapiro, Shatar, Shaya, Shchetsin, Sherman, Shidlo, Shimkovich, Shitenberg, Shlinger, Shliva, Shlyakh, Shlyang, Shlyank, Shnaler, Shpaisendler, Shpaiskhendler, Shpak, Shpasendler, Shpeisman, Shperling, Shpigelman, Shpikhler, Shpilberg, Shpiro, Shrager, Shtaferman, Shteirn, Shtfir, Shtiglits, Shtigold, Shtokgold, Shtrasman, Shtyber, Shtyferman, Shtyglits, Shtyglyts, Shubsak, Shubzak, Shubzak, Shufliger, Shulimovich, Shvarishtain, Shvarts, Shvartsshtain, Shvartsshtein, Shverin, Shvering, Shydlo, Shymkovich, Sikora, Simanevich, Skornik, Skurnik, Slavatensky, Sokolovsky, Sokot, Solay, Spichler, Synaliovich, Synchler, Szpichler, Tayndberg, Tenebaum, Teper, Tirkeltaub, Tirkieltaub, Toerman, Tofman, Trakhsbetryger, Traksbeshriger, Traksbetreger, Traksbetryger, Triling, Tsiklfarb, Tsimerman, Tsudykovich, Tsukerman, Tsuper, Tsvaishpan, Tsvilikh, Tsviling, Tsygel, Tyrkeltoub, Vaigashrel, Vainberg, Vaintraub, Vaisapel, Vaisfeld, Vaisman, Vaitman, Vaitser, Varshavsky, Vaserman, Vasershtain, Ver__khaim, Verner, Vertkhaim, Vilba, Vilner, Vinter, Viskitsky, Vlotslavsky, Vodka, Vofkovich, Voitser, Vol__, Volf, Volfovich, Volkhovich, Vontsel, Vortkhail, Vrona, Vyskob, Vysypka, Walch, Walt, Waye, Waynestek, Wayt, Yagoda, Yakubovich, Yankeliovich, Yankilevich, Yankliovich, Yanklovich, Yasionovich, Yesyonovich, Yonkelshtein, Yudlinsky, Yunkeles, Yuviler, Zaid, Zaitman, Zak, Zakhginsky, Zamlynsky, Zand, Zander, Zatman, Zelman, Zelmanovich, Zeltser, Zhuravsky, Zhurkosky, Zhurkovsky, Zhykhlinsky, Zilberbarg, Zilberberg, Zilberman, Zilbershtain, Zilbershtein, Zilberstern, Zimerfogel, Ziskind, Zisman, Zylberberg, Zylberg, Zylbershtain, Zylbershtein, Zylbershten, Zyman, Zyselbaum, Zyskind, Zysman

TOWNS that are within 10 miles of Grodzisk Mazowiecki include: Łażniew, Łuszczewek, Adamów, Błonie, Baranów, Bartoszówka, Białuty, Bieganów, Bieniewice, Bieniewice, Bieniewiec, Biskupice, Borzęcin, Borzęcin Mały, Bramki, Bramki Ludne, Bronisławów, Brwinów, Budy Grzybek, Budy Józefowskie, Budy Michałowskie, Budy Mszczonowskie, Budy Stare, Budy Zosiny, Bukówka Nowa, Bukówka Stara, Buszyce, Chlebnia, Cholewy, Chroboty, Chruślin, Chrzanów Duży, Chrzanów Mały, Chrzanów Nowy, Chylice, Chyliczki, Chyliczki Stare, Ciemne, Ciemne Gnojna, Ciepłe, Czubin, Dąbrówka, Dębówka, Domaniew, Domaniewek, Drzewicz, Drzewicz Nowy, Drzewicz Stary, Duchnice, Duninpol, Duninpol Towarzystwo, Falęcin, Feliksów, Gole, Gongolina, Górna Wieś, Granica, Henryszew, Holendry Baranowskie, Huta Zabiowolska, Izdebno Kościelne, Jaktorów, Jastrzębnik, Józefów, Kłudno Nowe, Kaczków, Kaleń, Kamionka, Kanie, Kaski, Komorów, Konotopa, Konstantów, Kopytów, Korytów, Kostowiec, Koszajec, Kotowice, Kozłowice Nowe, Kozłowice Stare, Kozerki, Krakowiany, Kraśnicza Wola, Kręczki, Krosna, Krze, Krze Duże, Krze Małe, Książenice, Kuklówka, Lisice, Młochów, Makówka, Mariampol, Marjampol, Miasto Komorów Ogród, Miasto Ogród Komorów, Międzyborów, Milanówek, Mościska, Moszna, Myszczyn, Nadarzyn, Natolin, Nowa Wieś, Nowa Wieś, Nowa Wieś, Nowe Kozłowice, Nowy Łuszezewek, Ołtarzew, Oddział, Oddział Nowy, Oddział Stary, Odrana Wola, Odrona Wola, Odrzywół, Odzdział, Święcice, Ojrzanów, Opypy, Osiny, Osowiec, Ostoja, Otrebusy, Otrębusy, Owczarnia, Płochocin, Parole, Parzniew, Pęcice, Pieńki Słubickie, Pieńki Zarębskie, Pilaszków, Piorunów, Podbuszyce, Podkowa Leśna, Pogroszew, Polesie, Prushkov, Pruszków, Przeszkoda Zarzeczna, Pułapina Nowa, Pułapina Stara, Radonice, Radonie, Radziejowice, Radziejowskie, Radziejowskie Budy Nowe, Radziejowskie Budy Stare, Regów, Rokitno, Rozalin, Rusiec, Słabomierz, Słubica, Sędziszowice, Siestrzeń, Skuły, Sokołów, Stanisławów, Stara Kozłowice, Stara Wieś, Stary Łuszczewek, Strumiany, Strumiany Dolne, Strumiany Górne, Strzeniówka, Suchy Las, Szamoty, Szamoty Małe, Szamoty Wielkie, Tłuste, Terenia, Tworki, Urzut, Wąsy, Walędów, Walendów, Walentów, Wawrzyszew, Witki, Wolica, Wolskie, Wyczółki, Wyczułki, Wyględy, Zabłotnia, Zabia Wola, Zaborów, Zaby, Zalesie, Zaręby, Zazdrość, Zboiska, Zdżary, Zelechów, Zółwin, Zuków, Zyrardów

 

The Jewish Cemetery of Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland

In 1998, Ada Holtzman and Benjamin Yaari, both from Israel, photographed and documented all remaining gravestones from The Jewish Cemetery of Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland.  Along with the help of Gary Palgon of Atlanta, Georgia and Serge Rozenblum of Paris, France they raised money to fund the project and publish a book documenting the information.  To purchase a copy of the book, visit The Jewish Cemetery of Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland

 

The Jewish Colonial Trust, Ltd. - Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland

The Jewish Colonial Trust (JCT) was founded by Theodore Herzl in 1899, to serve as a financial instrument for the Zionist movement.  The company's activities in the diplomatic field focused on the purchase of the right of settlement in the Land of Israel from the Ottoman government and in the financial field, in granting credit for the establishment of Zionist activities in the Land of Israel. The company established a number of subsidiaries which consequently became well known, including the Anglo Palestine Bank which later evolved into the Bank Leumi of Israel company.

Individuals throughout the world invested in the JCT as a way to support the Zionist causes.  Today, many of the shares that were purchased remain unclaimed.  The list below includes those individuals from Grodzisk who may make claims today for those shares. 

To redeem your shares, visit http://www.jct.co.il/contact.html

Surname Firstname City
Schmul Asch Grodzisk
J.D. Biener Grodzisk
Luzer Braun Grodzisk
Ber Goldfarb Grodzisk
Berek Grunberg Grodzisk
Josef Gutgeld Grodzisk
Antoin Hordliezka Grodzisk
Chaim Pletman Grodzisk
Isachar Weiemann Grodzisk
M.Chaim Zanger Grodzisk