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Jewish Families of Babiak

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The purpose of this Project is to collect and identify Jewish Families connected to the town of Babiak, Poland. It is only 7 miles from the town of Sompolno and 10 miles from Kolo. It is likely that interaction between these nearby towns resulted in marriages between residents.

Babiak is a village in Koło County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, in west-central Poland. It is the seat of the gmina called Gmina Babiak. It lies approximately 17 kilometres north of Koło and 120 km east of the regional capital Poznań. The village has a population of 1,700. Source: Wikipedia

Babiak is located in Kolo County, Kalisz Gubernia, Poznan Province. Before 1900 it was in the Russian Empire. at Latitude: 52°21'00 Longitude: 18°40'00 USBGN: -492,488

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Records on the Yad Vashem Victims of the Holocaust database include about 150 people who were born or residents in Babiak. Some additional people were living in larger cities. Several individuals were collected by Pages of Testimony, a rich source of information for researchers. Submitters of PT's are themselves indexed now and can be searched. Names of victims include Adler, Alpert, Bash, Berkowicz, Bornstein, Brand, Buks (many), Fozenski, Friedman, Glueckmann, Gostynska, Hans, Hanz, Jacobus and Fogel and many more..