Lubetkins and Allied Families Genealogy

ariogala Lubetkins and Allied Families Genealogy

Ariogala

The Lubetkin family originated in the shtetl of Ariogala in the Kovno Guberniya (region) of Lithuania. Now, there are Lubetkins all over the world, including such unexpected places as Rome, London, and Montevideo, Uruguay!

On this page, we post specific research about different branches of the family. If you’re doing research on any of the lines in our Surnames page, please let us know.

Our allied families are also important.

You’ll find research about SUSSMAN, KIRSCHNER, GROSSBART, SCHRAM, ROSEN, and many others. Please contribute to our efforts if you can! Join our effort to piece our family tree together.

 

Visit the Surnames list to see if you find a name you know that’s connected with our family.

Surnames on Our Family Tree (Updated February 2010)

On this page, you can find our library of hyperlinked family trees. We use the Web Page generation capabilities of Millennium Software’s Legacy Family Tree Deluxe 7.x.

Ziviah! Visit this page to learn more about Ziviah Lubetkin. By permission of the Ghetto Fighters’ Kibbutz, Lohamei HaGettaot, we have scanned and posted the the brochure about Ziviah Lubetkin on our site. The brochure, The Dream, The Revolt, The Vow, is now available in Word for Windows text format for downloading. It is 34 pages long.

Arnold Dreyblatt is a cousin on the Ziviah Lubetkin branch. He maintains a web site showcasing his art at http://www.dreyblatt.de/

Books By — and About — Our Family Members

We post a listing of books written by our family members — and about them. You can buy these books from our Middle Chamber Book Store, an Amazon.com affiliate.

Photo Archives

I am rebuilding the photo gallery. If you have photos to contribute, please let me know. You can send them via email if they are already digitized, or send the photos. We’ll scan them and return the originals.

Lubetkin Family Project at Ghetto Fighters House

The Lubetkin family has a great opportunity to help fund Holocaust education projects at the Ghetto Fighters House.