Recently, I came across the family history. My great great great grandmother,
Idell Heilweil married Yitzrach Weber and lived in Premszyl (I think I spelled that
right) around 1850.
My great great grandmother was Hannah Weber, and she married
Hersh Lazar Boxer and moved to Dembitz. They had nine children. Rose
(my grandmother) Sidney, Ida, Sara,Dan,Walter, Sophie,Abraham, and Louis.
My grandmother and great uncle Sidney were definitely born there.
We know that
there were cousins in Dembitz at the start of the war. With the last name of
Weber and Bogner (Leib Bogner).
My paternal grandfather Shmuel Sackler (Samuel Seckler here) was born in
Radomysl-Wielke. He had a sister Elka.
That is all I know. I am trying to
gather as much info as I can for my little one.He's seven. I want him to know
of his family, and as much about Shoah as possible when he's old enough. I've
been in the Jri Poland site, but I keep hitting brick walls. iI know that my great
great grandparents did come here, with all the kids, but its DEFINITE that my
grandma was born there, and there was family there at the start of the war.
Your website has moved me beyond words. The thought that my family might be in
that cemetery with the destroyed gravestones (and worse) is very upsetting.
there's anything you know, or anything you can find out,
let me know at email@example.com.
Thank you so much for all you have done.
You are "landsman" as we say here!!! You see, my grandmother died here
in America before I was born, and my grandfather when I was two.
I never got to know them, and I think my son has the right to know
as much as he can, and to understand the holocaust so it NEVER HAPPENS
Much love from America...