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We have another version of this picture taken minutes minutes apart with some of the men in a different position. The Polish garage mechanic, Tadeusz Kuzibau, is standing next to the motorcycle I wonder if You know about the fate of Ryfka Boszes. My Mother, Chana, married my father Yosel Turkienicz, or Turkenicz. After marriage in David Horodok,or David Grodak March 12, 1919 or I believe the Jewish calendar was Feb, 14, 1919 They then left to my Fathers home town of Stolin (nearby) till approx: April or May 1921, when they left for America.
After Grodno City (more than 9000 records), the largest collections are for Krynki (1900 entries) and Amdur ("Indura") (1400 entries).
The most common surname appears to be LUBICH, with over 300 entries (almost all form the city of Grodno).
Male heads of households have patronymics, so there are actually many more individuals referenced in these records than the 22,148 records themselves.
The explanatory information for the Belarus Revision lists has also been updated so it now included information about the Belarus Revision Lists dataset as well as this new dataset.
My relation to the Kraines of Smorgon is via Esther nee Kraines was born in Smoron to David Kraines son of Yitzcak Kraines.