Relatives in Lodz

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Pablo Edronkin

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The presence of the Skowronek bankers in Lodz is relatively recent; records indicate that some of its members appeared there in the second half of the XIX century.

Several surnames related to the Skowronek clan were present in Lodz; one, of course, was Skowronek itself. The surname appeared after 1920 if existing records of the city are not lacking. Wladislaw Skowronek[1.236], one of the brothers of Hena, Józef and Abraham Skowronek, and who was a CPA, established a large accounting firm there. Two of his sons, Khaim[1.237] and Mosze[1.239], married Lea Szerman[1.238] and Jenta Pachiarski[1.240], respectively and from Lodz, and later went to live in Belgium. Pawel[1.241], another of his sons, also had before WWII several of his in, in Lodz. Szerman is the same family in Lodz as in Warsaw; they were musicians, and the name is linked to Schoenberg in Radom (see Relatives in Radom) as well.

Thorough the study of the Goldkorn family name (see Goldkorn) the connection between the name Blat in Warsaw and the same name in Lodz becomes also a proven fact, and from the Blats from Lodz derive those of Frankfurt. We still have not included these in our tree and have not connected them to the rest of the Blats directly, but according to what can be extracted directly from searches performed at Yad Vashem databases, a branch of the Lodz Blats split and went to Frankfurt in the second half of the nineteenth century.

The Rozen testimonies (see Yad Vashem Pages of Testimony) and Jewishgen.org also describe several other names related to the family both Lodz and Warsaw, like Sonnenberg, Klepfisz, Brandeis and Alter, proving beyond doubt the links between the people named similarly in both cities.


Auth: P. Edronkin.
Royalty III, Pablo Edronkin.



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