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  • Thankful Villages of WWI & WWII

    Thankful Villages= From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thankful Villages (also known as Blessed Villages[1]) are settlements in both England and Wales from which all their then members of the armed forces survived World War I. The term Thankful Village was popularised by the writer Arthur Mee in the 1930s. In Enchanted Land (1936), the introductory volume to The King’s England series o...

  • First World War - British Conscientious Objectors

    Conscientious Objectors (COs) ...in Britain during the First World War A conscientious objector (CO) is an "individual who has claimed the right to refuse to perform military service" on the grounds of freedom of thought, conscience, and/or religion. Conscientious objection is usually the refusal to collaborate with military organisations as a combatant in war or in any supportive role. P...

  • Twersky Rabbinic Dynasty

    Twersky Family from Chernobyl The Twersky family tree has more than 25,000 names on it, and stretches back to the early 1700s, in the town of Chernobyl. The family not only boasts a legacy as a Hasidic dynasty — with the exception of a handful of Hasidic groups from Hungary, almost all Hasidic sects can trace their lineage to Twersky rabbis in Chernobyl — it has given us many pr...

  • Saint-Michel-de-Bellechasse, Québec, Canada

    Aperçu Overview Saint-Michel-de-Bellechasse ( carte map ) Toponymie Toponymy « Saint-Michel-de-La-Durantaye » : Entre 1698 et 1844, la paroisse Saint-Michel se trouvait sur les terres de la seigneurie de La Durantaye . Indiquez les lieux dans Geni How to Input Locations in Geni Standard Location Names for Québec, Canada ... 1671 et avant : Pl...

  • Cimetière du Père-Lachaise ‧ Paris ‧ France

    —WORK-in-PROGRESS—collegae BIENVENUE!—2013-jul-04-do-05:32—jMVu— Le cimetière du Père-Lachaise doit son nom à François d'Aix de La Chaize , plus connu comme le père Lachaise qui, en ce lieu, possédait une maison de campagne en dehors des murs de Paris (du 17ème siècle). Cimetière du Pè...

  • The Byzantine Empire - Βασιλεία Ῥωμαίων, Basileia Rhōmaiōn

    The Byzantine Empire was the predominantly Greek-speaking Eastern Roman Empire throughout Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Known simply as the Roman Empire or Romania by its contemporaries, the empire was centered on the capital of Constantinople and was ruled by emperors in direct succession to the ancient Roman emperors after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire. This project is to c...

  • Secretary Generals of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

    Secretary-General of the OEEC № Secretary-General Time served Country of origin Robert Marjolin 1948 – 1955 France France René Sergent 1955 – 1960 France France Thorkil Kristensen 1960 - September 1961 Denmark Denmark Secretary-General of the OECD № Secretary-General Time served Country of origin Thorkil Kristensen 30 September 1961 - 3...

  • Samuel Irvine Death

    in Victoria?Death Reg # 2163Newspaper cutting Ballarat Star 24th Mar 1870Manse , Miners Rest to Coghill's Creek Cemetary

  • Citron, Citroen, Tzitron, Citrin, Cytryn Family

    According to some sources, the Citrons were a family of Levites traded in Etrogs in Portugal's ancient Jewish Quarter Castelo de Vide after being expelled in 1492 from Spain. They were driven out again six years later from Portugal, and the Citron clan moved to Genova in Italy, and from there split three-ways: one family group moved to Russia the second group went to Poland, and the third moved...

  • Toronto FC (MLS)

    Toronto Football Club , commonly referred to as Toronto FC or simply TFC , is a Canadian professional soccer club based in Toronto, Ontario. The club competes in Major League Soccer (MLS) as a member of the Eastern Conference. The club plays its home matches at BMO Field, located at Exhibition Place on Toronto's shoreline.Toronto FC began play in 2007 as an expansion team, and was the first Can...

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  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC (MLS)

    Vancouver Whitecaps FC is a Canadian professional soccer team based in Vancouver, British Columbia that competes in Major League Soccer (MLS) in the Western Conference of the league. The Whitecaps are the 17th team of Major League Soccer and replaced the USSF Division 2 team of the same name. The club has been owned and managed by the same group since their USSF days, having graduated to MLS af...

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  • Bank for International Settlements Heads

    Chairman of the board and president Gates W. McGarrah United States of America April 1930 – May 1933 Leon Fraser United States of America May 1933 – May 1935 Leonardus J. A. Trip Netherlands May 1935 – December 1939 O. E. Niemeyer United Kingdom May 1937 – May 1940 January 1940 – June 1946 Ernst Weber Switzerland December 1942 – N...

  • Jewish families from Prašný Újezd (Prasch Aujest), Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the Bohemian village of Prašný Újezd (Prasch Aujest) in the Czech Republic.

  • USA Portal

    About the United States Portal The United States portal is created in order to facilitate those researching ancestors or relatives in the United States or elsewhere in the world but with American roots. We encourage everyone with links in the United States to communicate and explore a common ancestry. In this portal you will find sources and discussions that will help you with your resear...

  • Concordia University Wisconsin

    Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) is a private liberal arts college located in Mequon, Wisconsin. The school is an affiliate of the 10-member Concordia University System operated by the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod (LCMS). The university's mission statement reads: "Concordia University Wisconsin is a Lutheran higher education community committed to helping students develop in mind...

  • Indiana Wesleyan University

    Wesleyan University (commonly referred to as IWU) is a private, evangelical Christian, liberal arts university headquartered in Marion, Indiana, that is affiliated with the Wesleyan Church denomination. IWU is the largest member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities and the largest private university in Indiana.

  • French Huguenot Progenitors of Sharon Doubell

    French Huguenot Progenitors of Sharon Doubell ===via Joel Michael Doubell Louis Cordier, Snr ‎ – 8th great grandfather** Louis Cordier, SV/PROG ‎ – 7th great grandfather**x Francoise Martinet, SM/PROG – 7th great grandmother*** Suzanne Cordier, SM ‎ – 6th great grandmother***x Louis Fourie, SV/PROG – 6th great grandfather* Sara Barendsz C...

  • Shenandoah Virginia Settlers

    I am doing research about my 3rd GGF Henry Sprenckel. There is not much information, except land description of his that was sold in 1812. Other deeds reference Henry Sprenkel's land. (a Hottel deed for one). This site is to reference both early settlers and 18th century settlers: any one who was a settler of Shenandoah Virginia between 1600's and 1800. Thanks, Joan Nathan _______________...

  • Wabash College

    College is a small, private, liberal arts college for men, located in Crawfordsville, Indiana, United States. Founded in 1832 by several Dartmouth College graduates and Midwestern leaders, Wabash is ranked in the top tier of national liberal arts colleges by U.S. News & World Report. The trustees have consistently rejected calls to institute coeducation, leaving Wabash one of the country's thre...

  • John Halke

    His life and times

  • Jewish Families from Kulchin/Kulchiny/Kolczyn Ukraine

    Looking for families from Kulchiny.

  • China at the 2014 Winter Olympics

    This project focuses on the athletes who are likely to represent China at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Once Olympic trials have been held, the list will be refined to cover only those confirmed to be Olympians in 2014. Please note that the lists below are incomplete; indeed, the lists for some sports have not been started at all yet. Your help with this project is greatly appreciated! ...

  • Notables of the Korean War

    The Korean War (25 June 1950 – 27 July 1953) was a war between the Republic of Korea (supported primarily by the United States of America, with contributions from allied nations under the aegis of the United Nations) and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (supported by the People's Republic of China, with military and material aid from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics). T...

  • Governors of Jamaica

    List of Governors of Jamaica From List of Governors of Jamaica and Governor-General of Jamaica This is a list of viceroys in Jamaica from its initial occupation by Spain in 1509, to its independence from the United Kingdom in 1962. For a list of viceroys in Jamaica after independence, see Governor-General of Jamaica. Contents 1 Spanish Governors of Santiago (1510–1660) 2 English ...

  • Kien Family

    Kien Family members Name (Other Surnames) Place of Death Date of Date of Death Hebrew NameHebrew Date Age Burial Date KIEN, Josef 03-Mar-1902 68 05-Mar-1902 No Image Available Plot Comments Cemetery NameCity / Country Section: T1 Group: 51 Row: 2 Grave: 28 Address: 1090, Grüne Thorgasse 12, Occupation: gew. Bauunternehmer Tomb: No Urn: No Wiener Zentralfriedhof / Tor IVien...

  • Imigrantes Portugueses do Concelho de Resende ao Brasil / Portuguese immigrants of Concelho of Resende to Brazil

    Este é um subprojeto relacionado ao Projeto Maior Brasil: Imigrantes Portugueses ao Brasil / Portuguese immigrants to Brazil Aqui estão relacionados os imigrantes portugueses que vieram ao Brasil do Concelho de "RESENDE"

  • Chicago State University

    State University (CSU) is a state university of the U.S. state of Illinois, located in Chicago. The University is a member-school of Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

  • Union Institute & University

    Institute & University (UI&U) is a private, non-profit, doctoral-granting, research university that specializes in limited residence and distance learning programs. The Union is accredited by the The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Its main campus is in Cincinnati, Ohio, and operates satellite campuses located in Vermont, Florida, and Califor...

  • University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

    University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) is a historically black university located in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States. Founded in 1873, the second oldest public institution in the state of Arkansas. UAPB is a member-school of the University of Arkansas System and Thurgood Marshall College Fund. It is known popularly by its moniker the "Flagship of the Delta".

  • International Monetary Fund Managing Directors

    Managing Directors of The IMF Camille Gutt - 6 May 1946 – 5 May 1951 Ivar Rooth - 3 August 1951 – 3 October 1956 Per Jacobsson - 21 November 1956 – 5 May 1963 Pierre-Paul Schweitzer - 1 September 1963 – 31 August 1973 Johan Witteveen - 1 September 1973 – 18 June 1978 Jacques de Larosière - 18 June 1978 – 15 January 1987 Mic...

  • Burke's Peerage - 107th Edition - Irregularities and Proposed Corrections

    Burke's Peerage - 107th Edition Irregularities and Proposed Corrections The purpose of this project is to note and draw attention to information which is believed to be incorrect found in the above 3 volume publication linked to profiles on Geni. If you find or know of such irregularities please list them below, making sure that the proposed correction is fully backed up with reference to p...

  • Dickenson College

    Dickinson College is a private, residential liberal arts college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, United States. Founded in 1773 as Carlisle Grammar School, Dickinson was chartered September 9, 1783,[4] six days after the signing of the Treaty of Paris, making it the first college to be founded after the formation of the United States. Dickinson was founded by Benjamin Rush, a signer of the United St...

  • State of North Dakota Project with Counties

    This Project is for those who were born, lived, and died in the State of North Dakota

  • Polio Survivors

    Polio Survivors: This project is for those who SURVIVED polio. If they Died from Polio or a complication of Polio, please add them to: People Who Died from Polio (Polio) in the Cause of Death Portal Alternate Names: polio, poliomyelitis, infantile paralysis Tags : polio, poliomyelitis, infantile paralysis, handicaps, paralysis, bone deformities, abortive poliomyelitis Poliomyelitis, o...

  • World Bank Presidents

    Presidents of The World Bank Group Eugene Meyer (June 1946 – December 1946) John J. McCloy (March 1947 – June 1949) Eugene R. Black, Sr. (1949–1963) George D. Woods (January 1963 – March 1968) Robert McNamara (April 1968 – June 1981) Alden W. Clausen (July 1981 – June 1986) Barber Conable (July 1986 – August 1991)

  • Butler Family around James Butler, 9th Earl of Ormond

    Scope of Project To document the Butler Family around James Butler, 9th Earl of Ormond (1496-1546) .

  • Royal Victorian Medal

    The Royal Victorian Medal (RVM) is a decoration established by Queen Victoria in April 1896. On 14 May 1912, King George V further confirmed the institution of the medal with an additional royal warrant. A part of the Royal Victorian Order, it is a reward for personal service to the Sovereign or the royal family, and is the personal gift of the sovereign. Although the Medal is related to the Ro...

  • Royal Victorian Chain

    The Royal Victorian Chain is an award instituted in 1902 by King Edward VII as a personal award of the monarch (i.e. not an award made on the advice of any Commonwealth realm government). Although it is similarly named (and has a similar insignia and ribbon), the chain is not an award of the Royal Victorian Order .

  • Arizona Outlaws (USFL)

    The Arizona Outlaws were a professional American football team that played in the United States Football League in the mid-1980s. They were owned by Fresno banker and real estate agent William Tatham, Sr., who had briefly owned the Portland Thunder of the World Football League. They started play in 1984 as the Oklahoma Outlaws .

  • Baltimore Stars (USFL)

    The Baltimore Stars were a professional American football team which played in the United States Football League (USFL) in the mid-1980s. They were owned by real-estate magnate Myles Tanenbaum. They were the league's dominant team, playing in all three championship games and winning two of them. These two championships were won in 1984 and 1985. The 1984 championship was won as the Philadelphia...

  • Birmingham Stallions (USFL)

    The Birmingham Stallions were a franchise in the United States Football League, an attempt to establish a second professional league of American football in the United States in competition with the National Football League. They played their home games at Birmingham, Alabama's Legion Field. They competed in all three USFL seasons, 1983–1985. During their run, they were one of the USFL's...

  • Boston Breakers (USFL)

    The Boston Breakers were a team that played in the original United States Football League (USFL) in 1983. They would relocate to New Orleans after the season and would become the New Orleans Breakers .

  • Houston Gamblers (USFL)

    The Houston Gamblers were an American football team that competed in the United States Football League in 1984 and 1985. The Gamblers were coached by veteran NFL head coach Jack Pardee in both their seasons. They were noteworthy for introducing former Middletown (Ohio) High School football coach Glenn "Tiger" Ellison's Run & Shoot offense to the world of pro football.

  • Denver Gold (USFL)

    The Denver Gold was a franchise in the United States Football League, an attempt to establish a second major professional football league in the United States, playing a springtime season, from 1983 to 1985. The Gold played their home games at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado.

  • Viganj

    VIGANJ HISTORY Population Register Izvor: Vekarić - Stanovništvo poluotoka Pelješca 1889. BASILJINA: zaselak DONJA BASILJINA: 1. pok. Ivan (Antunov) MIRKOVIĆ (nekoc KOVAČ) (1) + Nikola Nikolin TOMIĆ-BUMANJA (7) 2. pok Stjepan (Matov) KULIŠIĆ (1) + pok. Marin (Marinov) ŠEPAROVIĆ (1) 3. Luka Tomin CARI�...

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  • 1937 Springboks vs Australia and All Blacks (outgoing)

    The 1937 South Africa tour to Australasia was one of the most successful Springbok tours in history, so much so that the touring team was nicknamed the "Invincibles". The squad was captained by Philip Nel. The tour started on 26 June 1937 at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Australia with a 9–5 win over the Wallabies. The Springboks followed up the win with an emphatic 26–17...

  • American Colonial Governors

    American Colonial Governors This project is designed to capture pre-statehood Governors of entities that eventually became American States. (other than those designated as Territorial Governors) Territorial Governors are included in a separate Geni project: Spanish and French colonial governors of Louisiana are included on pages 3 and 4 of the Geni project "Govenors of Louisiana": List ...

  • 1912 Springboks vs United Kingdom and France (outgoing)

    The 1912–13 South Africa rugby union tour was a collection of friendly rugby union games undertaken by the South Africa national rugby union team against England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and France. The tour also took in several matches against British and Irish club, county and invitational teams. This was the second South African tour of the Northern Hemisphere, after the very success...

  • 1968 Springboks vs British Lions (incoming)

    In 1968 the British Lions toured South Africa. The tour was not success in terms of international results, the Lions losing the Test series against South Africa by three matches to nil, with the other match drawn. The Lions won 15 of their 16 non-international matches, losing only to Transvaal. The touring party was captained by Tom Kiernan, coached by Ronnie Dawson and managed by David Brooks....

  • Anglo Boere Oorlog/Boer War (1899-1902) MAFEKING Kamp/Camp

    Mafeking People in this camp 6992 People who died in this camp 1453 Understanding the history of Mafeking camp presents special problems. For a brief period it had the highest death rate of any camp, in October 1901 reaching a staggering 4132.741 per thousand per annum for children under twelve, the MO calculated. Yet this mortality occurred in a camp which, immediately before that, h...

  • Early Families of Suffield, Connecticut

    Starting with Kent family of Suffield, we'll collect, clean up, "MP," and write good profiles About Me narratives for the early families of Suffield, Connecticut. Please email Hatte Blejer or any of the collaborators to join the project if you are interested. The list from the above website is shown below. Feel free to add any additional families who settled early in Suffield, certainly tho...

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  • Ordførere i Bjerkreim kommune

    Dette prosjeket har som hensikt å samle alle ordførere som har sittet i Bjerkreim kommune. En stor takk til Bjerkreim kommune for hjelp med liste over alle ordførere. Det mangler en god del, men det jobbes med saken. Ordførere i Bjerkreim kommune 1838-1839: Thønnis Tollefson Bjerkreim 1840-1841: Rasmus Rasmusson Osland 1842-1843: Omund Adsem 1844-1845: Erik Erichson Espeland 184...

  • Polish settlers in South Africa (1652-1910)

    Among the first European settlers in South Africa (Cape Colony) the greatest number came from The Netherlands, France and Germany. Poles, alongside the British, Scandinavians and Portuguese were less numerous, but would also come into the area later on. Up to the end of the 18th century, the ancestors of such contemporary Afrikaner families as Drosky, Jankowitz, Knoop, Kroll, Kube, Troskie, Sch...

  • Christopher CROSS and Mary Ann LITTLE and Mary Ann PECKHAM descendants (son of Charles CROSS and Rose FLOOD)

    For all the descendants of Christopher CROSS and his two wives Mary Ann LITTLE and Mary Ann PECKHAM.Reunion of this family is planned for 2020

  • "David Scott" (Female Emigration) - arrived Australia 25 October 1834

    This project is to capture all the people who arrived in Sydney on board the "David Scott" on 25 October 1834 Female migration to Australia commenced under the Emigration Commission of 1831-1832. The Commissioners assisted hundreds of women to migrate and in 1832 despatched two ships whose only passengers were female emigrants: the Red Rover from Cork to Sydney and the Princess Royal from L...

  • Northern California Veterans Cemetery

    Northern California Veterans Cemetery is located in Igo, California. Find a Grave

  • Notables of Freehold Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey

    This project aims to document notable residents of Freehold. From Freehold Township Heritage Society » Freehold History This land was first sighted by European Venetian John Cabot while sailing along the coast in 1498. The Lenni Lenape Indians originally inhabited the area called Freehold Township. It wasn’t until September 1609 that the first European actually set foot at S...

  • U.S. at the 2016 Summer Olympics

    This project focuses on the athletes who are representing the United States at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Please note that the lists below are incomplete; indeed, the lists for most sports have barely been started. Your help with this project is greatly appreciated! Update: Please click here for the official Team USA roster , regularly updated. The Athletes Arch...

  • Millikin University

    University is an American co-educational, comprehensive, private, four-year university with traditional undergraduate programs in arts and sciences, business, fine arts, and professional studies, as well as non-traditional, adult degree-completion programs (PACE) and graduate programs in business administration and nursing. Millikin's campus is in Decatur, Illinois and serves approximately 2,40...

  • Northeastern Illinois University

    Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) is a public state university located in Chicago, Illinois. NEIU serves 10,000 students in the region and is a federally designated Hispanic Serving Institution. The main campus is located in the community area of North Park with three additional campuses in the metropolitan area. NEIU has one of the longest running free form community radio stations, WZ...

  • Northern Illinois University

    Illinois University (NIU) is a public research university located in DeKalb, Illinois, United States, with satellite centers in Chicago, Hoffman Estates, Naperville, Rockford, and Oregon. It was originally founded as Northern Illinois State Normal School on May 22, 1895, by Illinois Governor John P. Altgeld as part of an expansion of the state's system for producing college educated teachers. D...

  • Bradley University

    University is a private, mid-sized university in Peoria, Illinois. Founded in 1897, Bradley University currently enrolls 5,700 students.The Bradley Polytechnic Institute was founded by philanthropist Lydia Moss Bradley in 1897 in memory of her husband Tobias and their six children, all of whom died early and suddenly, leaving Bradley a childless widow. The Bradleys had discussed establishing an...

  • United States House of Representatives from Alabama

    As described: * Alabama's current delegation to the United States House of Representatives. 1st district -- Bradley Byrne 2nd district -- Martha Roby 3rd district -- Mike Rogers 4th district -- Robert Adelholt 5th district -- Mo Brooks 6th district -- Gary Palmer

  • University of Denver

    University of Denver (DU) is a coeducational, four-year university in Denver, Colorado. Founded in 1864, it is the oldest independent private university in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States. DU enrolls approximately 5,600 undergraduate students and 6,100 graduate students. The 125-acre (0.51 km2) main campus is a designated arboretum and is located primarily in the University Neigh...

  • Invasion of Grenada (Operation Urgent Fury)

    Urgent Fury was a 1983 United States–led invasion of Grenada, a Caribbean island nation with a population of about 91,000 located 160 kilometres (99 mi) north of Venezuela, that resulted in a U.S. victory within a matter of weeks. Triggered by the house arrest on 12 October 1983 and murder of the leader (19 October 1983) of the coup which had brought a revolutionary government to power f...

  • Revolutionary & Heroic Muslim Women Leaders

    Muslim Women Leaders & Activists Contrary to popular belief, Muslim women have served as revolutionary and heroic leaders. Yet this image is not what our history records or what our present reflects. For example, the current Prime Ministers of Bangladesh ( Sheikh Hasina Wazed ) and Mali ( Cissé Mariam Kaïdama Sidibé are Muslim women. Similarly, the current Preside...

  • Turning back the pages: A chronicle of Calcutta Jewry by Esmond David EZRA

    List of all persons mentioned in the 1986 book "Turning Back the Pages: A Chronicle of Calcutta Jewry" by Esmond David EZRA I have added the index of persons into the documents. If you are interested in a person that I have not yet updated, please send me a message with a link to the person and I will try to do it quickly for you (There are over 2500 people in the book) This is a work in pr...

  • Jewish Families form Zbraslavice, Czech Republic

    Zbraslavice (german: Sbraslawitz, older also Preßlawirz ) is a village and municipality in Kutná Hora District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. in 2006 there were 1352 inhabitans, no Jews. Jewish Community In 1724 there were 11 Jewish families in Zbraslavice. Yet, no family names. Jewish Cemetery The Jewish cemetery originated in 1797. It includes 200-...

  • Gen. Ely S Parker Do-ne-ho-ga-wa, or “Open Door”

    This Project is to make known the Notable Native Americans like Gen Ely S Parker who were involved in American government and or Military Operations. Now we have created his profile and some of his family tree. Let's continue to build the tree! Those who collaborate are free to add to this project, and help shape it. Thank you. -Jamey of-ely-s-parker/ Gen Ely Samuel Parker ...

  • Jewish Families of Arad, Romania

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from Arad, Romania. ARAD, city in Transylvania, western Romania; until 1918 within the borders of Hungary. Jews are first recorded there in 1717. Regulations for the burial society were drawn up in 1750. Jewish occupations during this early period were mainly connected with producing and selling alcoholic beverages and the grain trade...

  • Jewish families of Mława, Poland - הקהילה היהודית במלאבה, פולין

    Dedicated to the memory of 400 years of a Jewish community that was brutally annihilated by the Nazis, in WWII. A sub-Project of Jewish Communities of Mozavia District, Poland This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Mława, Poland. Photo: Mlawa ghetto in World War II. Jewish men in forced labor. ...

  • Oberholzer family name

    This project aims at tracking the various branches of the Oberholzer family, whose origins are in and around Oberholz, in Switzerland. The surname has evolved over time, and variations include the following: Oberholtz, Uberholtzer, Overholser, Oberheuser, Overhults, VanHulser, Overhuls, Overhalser, Overhalt, Atherholt, Obold, Uberholser, Overholtzer, Overholt, Overhulster and Oberholser etc...

  • Port Elizabeth - Suburbs And Townships

    Names Of Suburbs And Townships In Port Elizabeth ADCOCKVALE After Walter Clement Adcock , City Councilor from 1928 and Mayor, 1936/7. ALGOA BAY The name of the settlement before it became Port Elizabeth in 1820. It still retained this name in shipping circles until quite recently. ALGOA PARK From Algoa Bay. Formerly known as "Northdowns" and used as a military camp in Worl...

  • Donovans Scatchpad

    Please don't Join or Follow Test Project Names Of Suburbs And Townships In Port Elizabeth ADCOCKVALE After Walter Clement Adcock , City Councilor from 1928 and Mayor, 1936/7. ALGOA BAY The name of the settlement before it became Port Elizabeth in 1820. It still retained this name in shipping circles until quite recently. ALGOA PARK From Algoa Bay. Formerly known as "No...

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