Czerniak

FROM LEN LEVIN 6/15/07: Hi Judy, My maternal grandfather, Hyman Nichinsky, came to England from Klodawa late in the 1880s, changing his name to Cohen His anglicized parents' names were Lewis & Annie. Lewis, a tailor & retired soldier, is reputed to have been murdered by cossacks, so Annie , her daughter Eva & the 4 other sons followed Hyman to England . Eva , Harry & Barnet lived out their lives in England, while Hyman & Joe went to live in Australia, & Marks went to Canada. I gave the family tree details to Elaine Herrett, who gave me your email address, also to Honey Bot in Toronto. My g-grandmother was also from Klodawa. She was Hyman's mother-in-law, & her name was Yetta Cymber, ( or Simber). I have a tree of her parents & siblings, if this is of value to you. She married in Klodawa Jacob Czerniak from neighbouring Przedecz. Regards Len Levin.

FROM ROCHELLE EISNER 1/1/08:Hi Judy, My name is Rochelle and I was searching my father's family and I found your inquiry about this family name. My father was from Lodz, Poland and survived with 2 sisters from the Holocaust. They lived in Germany after the war. He and his sister Ester came to Chicago and his other Ewa sister went to Isreal and then came to Chciago in the 1950's. When my father came to the US his name was changed when he entered from Elias Island to Scheiniak.
 All three of them ended up in Chicago. He also has family who settled in Toronto and New York.Is your family also from the same home town??  Let me know.Rochelle.

Email from "Helen" 10/17/07: Szajniak is my maiden name. Are you rsearching the family.Helen.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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