Razel Necha Danziger (Goldberg)
|Also Known As:||"Rose", "Rojza Necha", "Dancigier", "Danciger", "Chana", "Rajzla"|
|Birthplace:||Rawa, Lubartów County, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland|
|Death:||Died in Radom, Radom County, Mazowieckie, Poland|
Daughter of Chaim Wolf Goldberg and Chawa Laja Goldberg
|Managed by:||Private User|
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If she died in 1925, as according to the Radom records indexed by JRI-Poland, then Maer left her behind when he brought Elka/Ella and her 5 youngest children from Bremen to Baltimore at the end of 1913. But then maybe David Paris was right that her last name was GOODMAN and we are following the wrong person. ============ Poland, Jewish Records Indexing-Poland, Births, 1550-1993 about Rajzel Necha Goldberg Name: Rajzel Necha Goldberg Gender: Female Birth Date: 22 Sep 1856 Father's Name: Chajm Wolf Father's Age: 23 Mother's name: Hana Leffel Mother's Age: 20 Film: 718612 LINE: 29 DEATH: 1925 156 D DANCYGIER Rajzla Nacha 75y F Chaim Wolf GOLDBERG Chana Laja GOLDBERG Also her name: "I am very certain that her name is Goodman...not Goldberg as it is written on the Polish Ancestry Records. I will send you an old family tree that my mother typed with the verbal assistance of my g-parents Paris & g-Ma Fishman in the next few days which started this ball rolling. Goodman is the name provided by Mary Danziger Paris. It could be wrong. It could be right." Susan Paris, Feb 2014.
"In the town of Uhnow (Rawa Ruska, Lwow),in the early days of German Occupation, June-August 1941, The Germans made the local Jews destroy the bimah of the synagogue, take out the Torah scrolls to a muddy field, chop some woods then set the scrolls on fire. "They say that several Ukrainian women grabbed some of the Torah Scrolls and saved them, right under the nose of the Germans. They say that 'if you start up with the God of the Jews, the end won't be good' ".The witness does not say what happened to the scrolls afterwards. (Rzeczlinski nee Judenberg Serril (Sonia), 'Rzeczlinski Serril (Sonia) relates' in, Rotner Rabbbi Nathan, Sefer Zikaron le Hibniv (Uhnow) ve ha sviva (Memorial Book of Uhnow and vicinity), , published by the Landsmannschaft of Uhnow and vicinity in Israel, Tel Aviv, 1981, p. 23 of the English part )."