Pomerantz Cousins Club
Pomerantz Cousins Club
89 Bluet Lane, San Antonio, TX 78213-2601, USA
Cousins Club email should be sent to the
Pomerantz Cousins Club
Headlines (click on them to go to full
for Other Branches of the Pomerantz Family (Posted 10/7/00)
Story of Cousin Albert Maltz, By Dick Goldberg (from The Pomerantz Post)
A History of Pruz'any (April, 1999)
Regular Features (click for full story)
Welcome to new readers
More on the Cousins Club
Pomerantz Family history
How to obtain the Pomerantz Family Tree
Previously Posted Items
Do you know the whereabouts of the Goldie
Milton Friedman is looking for the family of Goldie Pomerantz who lived
in the New York City area. Goldie had a daughter whose first name is unknown
but who married a man by the name of Jack Mates. Goldie's maiden name was
Krieger. If you have any information about this, please contact Milton
Note from the PCC: Milton is not a relative of our branch of the Pomerantz
family, but we are happy to assist him in his search.
Do you know the whereabouts of Phyllis
Does the name Phyllis Pomerantz (maiden name) mean anything to you?
The Phyllis we are looking for is not a relative of ours. This search
is posted at the request of someone who is looking for her and has requested
our assistance. Phyllis is a long lost friend of the requester.
Phyllis grew up in Queens, NY and spend the summers in Lake Hopatcong, NJ.
Phyllis would be in her early 50s. If you know of Phyllis, please
contact the Pomerantz Cousins Club at the email address shown above.
CPSA (Children of Pruzany and the
Surrounding Area) Web Site
Jay Lenefsky of the above-named organization has contacted the Pomerantz
Cousins Club suggesting that the membership may be interested in his group and
in their website. The latter may be found at this link: http://members.xoom.com/cpsa/cpsa.htm
. This site contains a wealth of information on Pruz'any, including
maps, history, and information useful for genealogy. A few members of
the PCC have already explored portions of the site and found information there
that was previously unknown to most or all of us.
Welcome, Newcomers to this Website! If
you have reached this page through information contained in the Pomerantz
Post, welcome! Through the Post, you already know about the
Pomerantz Cousins Club and its various activities. Through this Pomerantz Family
website, we hope to promote the activities of the PCC and to make it easier for family
members to contact and stay informed about each other. If you would like to be
listed on this website under the "Family Members" section, please send an email
to the address listed at the bottom, including whatever information you want posted, such
as your name, email address, and any other information about you or your family. If
you are one of those adventurous people with their own existing web pages, please send
along the address. If you have family news you think may be of interest, such as
births, weddings, graduations and such, please send them along for the "News"
More on the Cousins Club:
The Pomerantz Cousins Club is a worldwide organization that was
established and is sponsored by the descendents of David and Miriam Pomerantz
(who were born in the early 1820's in Pruz'any, in what is now Belorussia,
but was once Lithuania and once Poland). The PCC is a non-profit organization run by
unpaid volunteers who have collected (and continue to collect) a wealth of information on
family members, present or past. If you are interested in the Pomerantz Family and
have not contacted the PCC, we encourage you to do so. In that way you can both
learn what has been uncovered about the family and contribute any new information you have
that may be unknown to others. The PCC has very detailed information about family
members who are known descendants of David and Miriam Pomerantz, going back nearly 10
generations, but they are eager to fill in missing information and to learn of any
Pomerantz family members who are related to any siblings or cousins of David and Miriam.
history of Pruz'any is available at this site. The rest of
the Family History is under development. We are looking for a volunteer who is both
a good historian and a good writer to work with the historical materials contained in the
Cousins Club archives to write a family history.
Available at a nominal charge from the Pomerantz Cousins Club; the address is at the
top of this web page. The tree is very large - it takes up the better part of a wall
- and so must be mailed to you in a shipping tube.