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Jewish Genealogy Portal: A Guide to Jewish Projects and Resources on Geni

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  • Nussen DAWID Tuchendler (1931 - 1942)
    Third child or Chawa and Szyra Tuchendler born in Naiselsk Poland. When the war broke out in 1939 David was a child of 8 years old. He was deported to the Warsaw Ghetto with his parents. After struggli...
  • Robert Hahn (1861 - 1933)
  • Klara Meskova (1911 - 1979)
    Qualified pharmacist. Worked in family pharmacy in Lucenec as one of the two professionals there, the other being her brother-in-law, Laszlo Diamant. In the late 1940s/early 50s, she became the pharmac...
  • Tamás Szilagyi (c.1932 - d.)
    If anyone knows anything about him, please let me know. I hope, that he is still alive as he is my last relatively close family member on that side other than my Mom thanks
  • Edward Settel, Dr. (deceased)

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