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It is rumoured that he may have come to South Africa via Germany, as apparently that is where he worked as a tailor for a Mr Liepner, hence him adopting the surname for professional reasons.
Which route he took to get to South Africa is not known. Has spent coins Title: South African Who's Who 1916 Page Number: 395 His will and death notice have no information that could help us either.
Please specify town(for vital records) or district research group (and town of interest) for other types of records, and include your e-mail address with your contribution. i'm looking for his family, seems to be killed during the war, thanks, regards Cyvann From: Ahuva Traube Hi, My grandfather’s family – Yogel – came from Slonim.
I’m looking for any pictures of the Yeshiva that you might have, information on them, and any familial ties they might have had to the Zakheim family?