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Summary of Selected Contents from Landsmen

Volumes 1 - 22 (nos 1-2)

[Journal of the Suwalk-Lomza Interest Group for Jewish Genealogists]

An efficient way to use this Contents summary is to first view our Index of Articles by Town.  Make a note of the Volume and issue citation for each item in the Index of interest to you. Then return to this Contents page and scroll down the list below for the issues of interest. To reach those issues quickly, click on the Volume number below:

V1  V2  V3  V4  V5  V6  V7  V8  V9  V10  V11  V12  V13  V14  V15  V16  V17  V18  V19  V20  V21  V22

Vol. 1 - No. 1 (1990)

Vol. 1 - No. 2 (1991)

Vol. 1 - Nos. 3 - 4 Double Issue (1991)

Vol. 2 - No. 1 (1991)

Vol. 2 - Nos. 2 - 3 Double Issue (1992)

Vol. 2 - No. 4 (1992)

Vol. 3 - No. 1 (1992)

Vol. 3 - Nos. 2 - 3 Double Issue (1993)

Vol. 3 - No. 4 (1993)

Vol. 4 - No. 1 (1993)

Vol. 4 - Nos. 2 - 3 Double Issue (1994)

Vol. 4 - No. 4 (1994)

Vol. 5 - No. 1 (1994)

Vol. 5 - Nos. 2 - 3 Double Issue (1995)

Vol. 5 - No. 4 (1995)

Vol. 6 - No. 1   Special Anniversary Issue (1995)

Vol. 6 - Nos. 2 - 3 Double Issue (1996)

Vol. 6 - No. 4 (1996)

Vol. 7 - No. 1 (1996)

Vol. 7 - Nos. 2 - 3 Double Issue (1997)

Vol. 7 - No. 4 (1997)

Vol. 8 - No. 1 (1997)

Vol. 8 - No. 2 (1998)

Vol. 8 - Nos. 3 - 4 Double Issue (1998)

Vol. 9 - No. 1 (January, 1999)

Vol. 9 - Nos. 2 - 3 Double Issue (June, 1999)

Vol. 9 - No. 4 (1999)

Vol. 10 - Nos. 1 - 2   Double Issue   (2000)

Vol. 10 - Nos. 3 - 4   Double Issue   (2000)

Vol. 11 - Nos. 1 - 2   Double Issue   (2001)

Vol. 11 - Nos. 3 - 4   Double Issue   (2001)

Vol. 12 - Nos. 1 - 2   (Double Issue)   (2002)

Vol. 12 - Nos. 3 - 4   (Double Issue)   (2002)

Vol. 13 - Nos. 1 - 2   (Double Issue)   (2003)

Vol. 13 - Nos. 3 - 4   (Double Issue)   (2003)

Vol. 14 - Nos. 1 - 2   (Double Issue)   (2004)

Vol. 14 - Nos. 3 - 4   (Double Issue)   (2004)

Vol. 15 - Nos. 1 - 2 (Double Issue) (2005)

Vol. 15 - Nos. 3 - 4 (Double Issue) (2005)

Vol. 16 - Nos. 1 - 2 (Double Issue) (2006)

Vol. 16 - Nos. 3 - 4 (Double Issue) (2006)

Vol. 17 - Nos. 1 - 2 (Double Issue) (2007)

Vol. 17 - Nos. 3 - 4 (Double Issue) (2007)

Vol. 18 - Nos. 1 - 2 (Double Issue) (2008)

Vol. 18 - Nos. 3 - 4 (Double Issue) (2008)

Vol.  19,  Nos. 1-2   (Double Issue)  (July, 2009))

Vol. 19,  Nos. 3-4   (Double Issue)   (Jan. 2010)

Vol. 20,  Nos. 1-2  (Double Issue)  (July, 2010)

Vol. 20,  Nos. 3-4  (Double Issue)  (Jan. 2011)

Vol.  21,  Nos. 1-2   Double Issue  (July, 2011)

Vol. 21,  Nos. 3-4   Double Issue   (Feb. 2012)

Vol. 22,  Nos. 1-2  Double Issue  (Sept. 2012)

Highlights of  the  New Vol. 22,  Nos.  3-4  Issue  [April 2013

– A large number of Jewish records for the Suwalki District towns of Bakalarzewo/Baklerowe, Filipow, Przerosl and Suwalki which were not filmed by the Mormons - the so-called “PSA” records - obtained directly from the Polish State Archives in Suwalki.  As most of these are marriages and deaths -- extracted in full detail - they have information on many families from other Suwalk-Lomza towns as well.

– All B and D Jewish records reported in the town of Lomza (1826-1886) which have data on persons who came from any of the five towns in Szczuczyn District:  Grajewo, Radzilow, Rajgrod, Szczuczyn and Wonszosz.  Our extracts include data on all related witnesses, and survivors - and much information on mothers and wives - none of which is found on the internet.


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