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#lim-2:Robert Limon with the Hope Diamond in 1975
Robert Limon, Inc. is a family owned and operated firm founded in 1950, with roots back to 1920. It was in 1920 that Jacob Limon, Robert's father, opened his own "trade shop", designing and manufacturing the finest handmade jewelry in platinum and gold for retail jewelers in the Washington, DC and Richmond, VA areas. After twenty years of training and experience in his father's shop, Robert Limon, by then a well qualified platinum and gold craftsman who had completed the gem courses offered by the Gemological Institute of America, and had earned membership and the title "Certified Gemologist" in the prestigious American Gem Society, left his father's firm and opened his own trade shop and gemological laboratory in 1950. for the rest go to http://www.limons.com/robert_limon.htm
#lim-3:Righteous Choreography
As Jose Limon was dying of cancer, he was determined to create one last dance. Thirty-six years later the work, inspired by Jewish legend, is being revived.
Susan Josephs - Special To The Jewish Week
During the period he created "Psalm," Jose Limon discovered he had prostate cancer but kept it secret from his company. Like the Lamed-Vov, the 36 righteous men of Jewish legend who shoulder the sorrows of the world, Limon intended to transform his suffering into an act of redemption.
"Psalm" premiered in 1967, five years before the famed modern dance choreographer's death. "While full of gorgeous material, the overall thread of the piece never quite connected," says Carla Maxwell, who has served as artistic director of the Limon Dance Company for the past 25 years. Because of his physical condition, Limon felt an urgency to "move onto the next piece as soon as possible. But "Psalm has some of the most virtuistic ensemble dancing ever created and I had a dream to tackle this piece again."
Attempting to strike a balance between solving choreographic conundrums and remaining true to Limon's original vision, Maxwell has staged a major revival of "Psalm," which will receive its New York premiere at the Joyce Theater on April 29. The new "Psalm," which first premiered at the 2002 Winter Olympics Arts Festival in Salt Lake City, has a score by the composer Jon Magnussen and a message both specific to Jewish history and relevant to the general human condition. Performed by the company's 13 dancers, this ensemble work features signature Limon-based movements that emphasize expansiveness, theatricality and the choreographer's technique of connecting the external motion of the body with the internal processes of the psyche and spirit.
"From beginning to end, the dance is a whole series of rituals that culminates in a message of rebirth and hope," she says.

Limon had read the book "The Last of the Just," by Andre Schwarz-Bart, one of the first novels to chronicle the plight of the Jews during World War II. Inspired by its message of survival, Limon wrote in his choreographer's notes that he wanted to create a dance "that would be an evocation of the heroic power of the human spirit, triumphant over death itself."

Into his dance, Limon took the idea of the Lamed-Vov, and created the figure of a lone, just man. Limon's just man, like the 36 righteous men of the Lamed-Vov, bears the burden of the world's suffering. But he also "carries a message of hope," says Maxwell. "So much of Limon's work is about people rising out of destruction. With "Psalm", he saw what happened to the Jewish people and wanted to place it in a universal context."
Maxwell, who first joined the Limon Company as a dancer in 1965, recalls the Mexican-born modern dance icon as an "avid reader who was always curious about other cultures. He was always able to take a specific theme and make it into a universal statement," she says.
Like many of those who studied with Limon, who co-founded his company with Doris Humphrey in 1946, Maxwell speaks of her dedication to preserving her mentor's work as if it's an activity like breathing. "How could I not do this work?" she says. "When Jose passed away, there was no precedent for a company continuing without its founder. We felt that Limon's technique is so profound and that his dances are like a canon of literature. We knew that if we disbanded, his work would disappear."
Pointing to a recent resurgence of interest in his technique, Maxwell observes that Limon based his teachings on the "natural functioning of the human body that emphasized moving from the inside out, essentially from your soul," she says. Like Martha Graham and other pioneers, "he believed in purposeful movement and that through modern dance, you could communicate grand ideas and passions."
For Maxwell, "Psalm" stands out as a dance that's particularly emblematic of Limon's movement philosophy. "I'm so proud and happy to share this dance with the public," she says. "It is another Limon masterpiece brought to light."

#lim-4:John K Limon
Professor of EnglishEDUCATION:
BA: Harvard, 1973; PhD: UCal Berkeley,1981.
COURSES TAUGHT:
Contemporary American Novel, Seminars on Modernism and Faulkner,
American Literature to 1860.
PRIMARY FIELDS OF INTEREST:
American Literature and the History and Philosophy of Science and of War, Stand-up Comedy.
OTHER INTERESTS:
Race Theory, Queer Theory, American Popular Culture, Sports Theory, Intelligence Theory, Kafka
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John Limon is one of those people you hear a lot about at Harvard, but rarely come across. Someone who gets into Harvard because he's a mathematical whiz and then goes on to graduate summa cum laude in English literature. Someone who comes in as a shy and reclusive freshman and leaves with three good friends and lots of acquaintances among students and faculty. Someone who ignores the college literary scene and all the undergraduate publications -- Advocate, Crimson, Independent, Lampoon -- and then has two finished novels making the rounds of publishers in New York when he gets his diploma......
Writing After War: American War Fiction from Realism to Postmodernism
by John Limon
Editorial Reviews
Synopsis
In Writing After War , John Limon develops a theory of the relationship of war in general to literature in general, in order to make sense of American literary history in particular. Applying the work of war theorists Carl von Clausewitz and Elaine Scarry, John Limon argues that The Iliad inaugurates Western literature on the failure of war to be duel-like, to have a beautiful form. War's failure is literature's justification. American literary history is demarcated by wars, as if literary epochs, like the history of literature itself, required bloodshed to commence. But in chapters on periods of literary history from realism, generally taken to be a product of the Civil War, through modernism, usually assumed to be a prediction or result of the Great War, up to postmodernism which followed World War II and spanned Vietnam, Limon argues that, despite the looming presence of war in American history, the techniques that define these periods are essentially ways of not writing war. From James and Twain, through Fitzgerald, Faulkner, and even Hemingway, to Pynchon, our national literary history is not hopelessly masculinist, Limon argues. Instead, it arrives naturally at Bobbie Ann Mason and Maxine Hong Kingston. Kingston brings the discussion full circle: The Woman Warrior , like The Iliad , appears to condemn the fall from duel to war that is literature's endless opening. This book is intended for students and scholars of American literature.
Book Description
In Writing After War, John Limon develops a theory of the relationship of war in general to literature in general, in order to make sense of American literary history in particular. Applying the work of war theorists Carl von Clausewitz and Elaine Scarry, John Limon argues that The Iliad inaugurates Western literature on the failure of war to be duel-like, to have a beautiful form. War's failure is literature's justification. American literary history is demarcated by wars, as if literary epochs, like the history of literature itself, required bloodshed to commence. But in chapters on periods of literary history from realism, generally taken to be a product of the Civil War, through modernism, usually assumed to be a prediction or result of the Great War, up to postmodernism which followed World War II and spanned Vietnam, Limon argues that, despite the looming presence of war in American history, the techniques that define these periods are essentially ways of not writing war. From James and Twain, through Fitzgerald, Faulkner, and even Hemingway, to Pynchon, our national literary history is not hopelessly masculinist, Limon argues. Instead, it arrives naturally at Bobbie Ann Mason and Maxine Hong Kingston. Kingston brings the discussion full circle: The Woman Warrior, like The Iliad, appears to condemn the fall from duel to war that is literature's endless opening.
The Place of Fiction in the Time of Science
A Disciplinary History of American WritingJohn Limon
In this major new book John Limon examines the various ways American authors have approached the writing of fiction (and justified that writing) in an age increasingly dominated by science. He focuses in particular on Charles Brockden Brown, Edgar Allen Poe, and Nathaniel Hawthorne - three highly articulate and highly alarmed witnesses to the professionalisation of science, the great crisis in modern intellectual history. It was, he argues, especially specially difficult for American writers to face this crisis since they could make no appeal to traditional values: America, after all, had never really been a pre-scientific society
Stand-Up Comedy in Theory, Or, Abjection in America by: John Limon
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DSP Group, Inc. (a fabless semiconductor company that is a leader in the residential wireless markets. )
Zvi Limon has served as a director of the Company since February 1999. Mr. Limon is currently self-employed. He served as Chairman of Limon Holdings Ltd., a consulting and investment advisory firm, from October 1993 to July 2000. the son of Mexican immigrants, Commander Frank Limon was raised on the southwest side of Chicago and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Xavier University and a Master's Degree in Public Administration from the Illinois Institute of Technology; and Commander Frank Limon began his illustrious law enforcement career in 1977 and was assigned to serve as a police officer in the 9th District; and through perseverance and diligence, Commander Frank Limon began his steady rise through the ranks of the department receiving promotions to Detective of the Area 1 Violent Crime Unit, Sergeant of 11th and 12th Districts, the Organized Crime Division, instructor for the Education & Training Division and Watch Commander and Field Lieutenant of the 14th District; and on February 26, 1999, Superintendent Terry G. Hillard named Frank Limon to serve as the Commander of the 13th District;
Commander Frank Limon's achievements are secured in the belief that education, hard work and professional dedication can achieve the "American Dream" that his parents hoped for all of their children; and WHEREAS, Commander Frank Limon is a highly able and dedicated law enforcement professional who, throughout his career, has earned our great admiration and respect. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the President and Members of the Cook County Board of Commissioners on behalf of the people of Cook County take this opportunity as part of National Hispanic Heritage Month to express official gratitude to Commander Frank Limon for his tireless service to the Hispanic community as a law enforcement professional; and
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I was named Eustacia Juanita Limon. My Brazillian born father dropped the diacritical mark in his last name some years prior to his similar disinheritance of any paternal responsibility a few days after I was conceived. Eustacia after an uncle, named Eustace, and I've always been called the latter, an act which may have been influenced by or been the influence of, my many "boyish" early habits: stickball with the Fleischmann twins, Detective comics, Robinson Crusoe, and the early and frequent use of the rejoinder "douche bag".
After a guilt soaked but otherwise happy childhood in various ethnic ghettos in Queens, I went to Hunter College where I did a double major in Russian literature and cell biology. The former for Tolstoi and the latter because, by dictate, I was to be a pharmacist.
Fate had different plans however and I did a stint as a genuine spook in the USSR in the midst of the cold war. Well, the "mission" wasn't very glamourous. As an MLS student who spoke Russian I had been picked to do an exchange program at the _____ Biblioteka in, then, Leningrad. One day, a week before my departure, two federal agents came by and asked me to pass along an envelope to Piotr V______ who would contact me upon my arrival. It all went off without a hitch but that, dear diary, is how one can become a government pawn. I was twenty three! ..... to read the rest go to...
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Vilnius Ghetto List ;
LEHMAN, Samuel 1896 Rudninku 7 - 4 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 216 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942
LIMON, Faitel 1910 Strasuno 15 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 349 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942
LIMON, Rachel 1912 Strasuno 15 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 349 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942

Name(Other Surnames) Date of Death Date of Birth/ Age More InformationCemetery Name / City / Country

LEAMON, Augusta 25-Jul-1953 View Full Burial RecordKovner / West Roxbury / USA

LEAMON, Julius 09-Jun-1964 View Full Burial RecordKovner / West Roxbury / USA

LYMAN, Barnet 12-Oct-1946 View Full Burial RecordOnikchty / Melrose / USA

LYMAN, Lewis 10-Mar-1999 Age: 87 View Full Burial RecordVilno / West Roxbury / USA
The 1915 Vsia Vilna Database ;
LEMAN _Eval Karl Kalvariyskaya Street 2-17 1915 167
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory)
LEMAN Gust Iv Shveytsarsky Lane 3 1915 167
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory)
LOMAN G
Preobrazhenskaya Street 7 1915 172
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory)
LOMAN Kh
Preobrazhenskaya Street 7 1915 172
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory)
LUNIN Girsh Ios Bolshaya Street 20 1915 174
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory
LEMAN, Jockel Israel Transcribed from videotaped narration. Unverified. 1888 Pasvalys Panevezys Kaunas Transcribed videotape narration / Vital Records / Births


Dotnuva
Kaunas
Kaunas
LIMON Borukh Itsko Head of Household
49


December
1868

795

Military list
KRA/I-61/1/1398LIMON Yankel Itsko Relative
40

LIMON Abram Itsko Relative
37

LIMON Shloma Itska Yankel Son
13 in 1866

Glebokie
Disna
Vilnius
LAYMAN David Yankel Head of Household
31 14


3
January
1851

387175

Revision List
LVIA/515/15/878LAYMAN Rubin David Son
7

LAYMAN Chaim David Son
4

LAYMAN Freyda Kalman Wife
30

LAYMAN Sora Kalman Daughter
5

TownUyezdGuberniya Surname Given Name Father Relationship Age ThisAge Last Reason LeftYear Comments Date PageRegistrationFormer Registration Publication TypeArchive / Fond etc Glebokie
Disna
Vilnius
LEYMAN Yankel Mendel Head of Household
65 47


3
January
1851

37229

Revision List
LVIA/515/15/878LEYMAN Gershon Yankel Son
16

Converted 1856

LEYMAN Shepshel Yankel Son

Conscripted 1839

LEYMAN Girsha Yankel Son
11

LEYMAN Sora Riva David Wife
55

Pandelys
Zarasai
Kaunas
LIMAN Iosel Abram Izrael Head of Household
49

missing
a distiller

1845

729146135

Family list
KRA/I-49/1/1372LIMAN Izrael Iosel Abram Son
23

missing

LIMAN Monesh Iosel Abram Son
21

missing

LIMAN Itsko Iosel Abram Son
18

missing

TownUyezdGuberniya Surname Given Name Father Relationship Age ThisAge Last Reason LeftYear Comments Date PageRegistrationFormer Registration Publication TypeArchive / Fond etc Pandelys
Zarasai
Kaunas
LIMAN Fayvis Choduk (Tsodyk?) Head of Household
38


present; lives in Raguva? parish; a tailor

1845

734190213

Family list
KRA/I-49/1/1372LIMAN Chaya
Wife
34

LIMAN Royuza Fayvis Daughter
11 1/2

 Grandparents of David Bar Nezer:LIMAN, David Ber ( son of Yankel) and Etla KHAIMOVICH ( daughter of Leiba Iankel )
Vabalninkas
Panevezys
Kaunas 11/9/1905
24 Elul 5665 LIMAN, David Ber KHAIMOVICH, Etla Iankel

Ponedeli [Pandelys] Leiba Iankel

Vabalninkas 26 20 Both single - Family from Ponedeli [Pandelys] helper of Rabbi Iudel JOFE Tsalel TSODIKOV Ovsei ANESH Vabalninkas 1905 marriage 8 2291760 / 2
849
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13 July 1920 Birzai Birzai Birzai LIMANAS / [LIMAN], David Yankel Head of household born in 1870 Rokiskis 204725/625 loader Internal Passport Application LCVA/1600/4/876
LIMANIENE / [LIMAN], Eta Wife 36 in 1920 Internal Passport Application LCVA/1600/4/876
LIMANAS / [LIMAN], Zelman David Son 13 in 1920 Internal Passport Application LCVA/1600/4/876
LIMANAS / [LIMAN], Levi David Son 11 in 1920 Internal Passport Application LCVA/1600/4/876
LIMANAITE / [LIMAN], Mina David Daughter 9 in 1920 Internal Passport Application LCVA/1600/4/876
LIMANAITE / [LIMAN], Muse David Daughter 7 in 1920 Internal Passport Application LCVA/1600/4/876
LIMANAITE / [LIMAN], Riva {mother of David Bar Nezer} David Daughter 6 in 1920 Internal Passport Application LCVA/1600/4/876
LIMANAITE / [LIMAN], Maria David Daughter 1 in 1920 Internal Passport Application LCVA/1600/4/876
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13 July 1920 Birzai Birzai Birzai LIMANIENE / [LIMAN], Eta Yankel
born in 1884 Vabalninkas, Panevezys Uyezd 204726/626 housewife Internal Passport Application LCVA/1600/4/890
1 Aug 1925 Birzai Birzai Birzai VAINERIENE / [VAINER], Ite
(LIMANAITE / [LIMAN]) Yankel
born in 1890 Krost estate, Papile District, Siauliai Uyezd

LIMON, Reveke David Ber, Iankel Ete, Leib Iankel NOKHUMOVICH 27/8/1912 27 Elul Birzai Panevezys Kaunas Family came from Pandelys Birzai 1912 F20 2290696 / 4 LVIA
Name Father Mother Spouse Residence Comments Date of Death
DD/MM/YY
Hebrew Date Age Cause of Death Town Uyezd Guberniya Place Recorded Year Record # Microfilm
Item
Image
Archive / Fond
LEYMAN, Yankel Mordkhel Volf Khlibatsiai? 4/9/1890
0.5 Rokiskis Panevezys Kaunas Rokiškis 1890 Not filmed


KRA/210/1/621/33
LIMAN, Shimkho-Faivish Israel-Josel Pandelys 15/12/1891
3 Tape Worms ('Helminth') Kupiskis Panevezys Kaunas Kupiškis 1891 2331378
3

LVIA/1226/1/2094
LIMAN, Zavel-Beinis Ovsei-Karpel Kupiskis 27/12/1911
19 Tevet 1 Cough Kupiskis Panevezys Kaunas Kupiškis 1911 2331378
7

LVIA/1226/1/2098
LIMANAS / [LIMAN], Jankelis Izraelis Basa Pandelys 2/8/1928
86 Old age Pandelys Novo-Aleksandrovsk Kaunas Rokiškis 1928 31 Not microfilmed


LVIA/1817/1/244
LIMANIENE / [LIMAN], Fruma Sora Pandelys 18/6/1927
74 Old age Pandelys Novo-Aleksandrovsk Kaunas Rokiškis 1927 25 Not microfilmed


LVIA/1817/1/244
LIMON, Iosel Ber Yankel Elyash Pandelys 30/4/1896
7 weeks Rokiskis Panevezys Kaunas Rokiškis 1896 Not filmed


KRA/210/1/621/55
LIMON, Hena Mordkhel Iankel Khana SHTEIN Pandelys, Rokiskis district The deceased a married;She died in Jewish hospital,buried on 24-Dec-1937 in Panevezys Jew cemetery. Document No.969/971 in centre archive.Maiden name-ROZENBERG 23/12/1937
19 Tevet 5698 76 cephalic grippe No.8 Panevezys Panevezys Panevezys 1937 F 106 Not Filmed


LVIA/1817/1/216
MIKOLEVICIENE / [MIKOLEVICH], Seina Mendelis JAKUBSONAS / [IAKUBSON] Ita LIMANAITE / [LIMAN] Pandelys 29/10/1927
66 Old age Pandelys Novo-Aleksandrovsk Kaunas Rokiškis 1927 38 Not microfilmed


LVIA/1817/1/244
MOREINAS / [MOREIN], Mendel Leizer Zalkind Pera LIMON Panevezys, Pusaloto str.32 The deceased a married-was a tradesman;He died in one's apartment,buried on 22-May-1932 in Panevezys Jew cemetery. Document No.153 in centre archive 20/5/1932
14 Iyyar 5692 1905 suspensus No.49 Panevezys Panevezys Panevezys 1932 M 46 Not Filmed


LVIA/1817/1/216
Rokiskis
Paneve×ys
Kaunas 28/2/1889 LIMON, Yankel YAKOBZON, Rivke Zelik

Pandelys Shmuyla Movsha

Pandelys 24 24
Rokiškis 1889 Marriage Not microfilmed /

KRA / 210 / 1 / 621 / 21
Kupiškis
Paneve×ys
Kaunas 24/2/1906
12 Adar LIMON, Leiba PERES, Khasa-Raska Zelik-Rubin

Pandelys Shulim-Khaim

Kupiškis 26 24 Both single D. PERES Aron KASEL Shebsel GERSHUNI Kupiškis 1906 Marriage 2331378 / 6

LVIA / 1226 / 1 / 2097
Panevezys
Panevezys
20/8/1929
14 Av 5689 MOREIN, Mendel SHMUKLER, Sora Leizer Zalkind
Pera LIMON
Birzai Eizer
Mera Leia KRECHMER
Panevezys,Pusaloto str.5 1905 31 Bridegroom an unmarried, born in Paroveja manor,Birzai district-was a baker; Bride an unmarried, born in Vabalninkas,Birzai district-was a housewife Berel RIKLIS Khatskel ABEL Leizer IELIN Panevezys 1929 Marriage 337 Not microfilmed /

LVIA/1817/1/167
Kupiškis
Paneve×ys
Kaunas //1930 NEISTATORAS / [NEISTATOR], Gersonas LIMONAITE / [LIMON], Riva Elijos
Bunes
Paneve×ys Leibo
Rases PERESAITES / [PERES]
Paneve×ys 25 22 Groom Born 1905 In Paneve×ys, Bride Born 1908 In Pandelys - M. RAPEPORTAS M. ASAS Kupiškis 1930 Marriage Not microfilmed /

LVIA / 1817 / 1 / 167
Plunge
Telsiai
Kaunas 9/10/1873
1 Cheshvan TUBNIYAS / TUBLIYAS, Shlioma LEIMAN, Zloty Mikhe David

Navush Shimkh
20 18
Shlioma KHAROK Movsha PAS Leib SHAFIR
LIMAN, Iosel Ber Yankel Elya, Zelik Ruvin Rivke, Shmuyla MOVSHOVA 3/3/1896 Rokiškis Paneve×ys Kaunas Pandelys Rokiškis 1896 Not Microfilmed / KRA / 210 / 1 / 621 / 38
LIMAN, Rakhil-Basha Ovsei-Karpel, Zelik-Ribin Dina, Iankel 11/10/1912 13 Heshvan Kupiškis Paneve×ys Kaunas Father registerd, Pandelys - Named by D. PERES / Rabbi’s helper Kupiškis 1912 F16 2331378 / 10 LVIA / 1226 / 1 / 2101
LIMAN, Khaia-Rivka Ovsei-Kasriel, Zelik-Rubin Dina, Iankel 26/7/1908 11 Av Kupiškis Paneve×ys Kaunas Father registerd, Pandelys - Named by D. PERES / Rabbi’s helper Kupiškis 1908 F18 2331378 / 8 LVIA / 1226 / 1 / 2099
LIMAN, Zavel-Beinis Ovsei-Karpel, Zelik-Rubin Dina, Iankel 9/12/1910 21 Kislev Kupiškis Paneve×ys Kaunas Father registerd, Pandelys - Mohel - Abram-Eliash PELOVICH , Bris, 1910, December 16 / Kislev 28 Kupiškis 1910 M19 2331378 / 8 LVIA / 1226 / 1 / 2099
LIMAN, Israel Ovsei-Karpel, Zelik-Rubin Dina, Iankel 3/5/1906 21 Iyar Kupiškis Paneve×ys Kaunas Father registerd, Pandelys - Mohel - Abram-Eliash PELOVICH , Bris, 1906, May 10 / Iyar 28 Kupiškis 1906 M15 2331378 / 5 LVIA / 1226 / 1 / 2096
LIMAN, Nakhemia Israel-Ioel, Zelik-Ruvin Sora-Leo, Israel 2/1/1900 Kupiškis Paneve×ys Kaunas Father registerd, Kupiškis - Mohel - David PERES / Rabbi’s helper , Bris, 1900, January 9 / - Kupiškis 1900 M1 2331378 / 5 LVIA / 1226 / 1 / 2096
LIMAN, Movsha Shmuel Rivka JOFE 28/12/1925 Paneve×ys Paneve×ys Kaunas circumcision date, 10-Jan-1926;Rabbi Berel SHPEIER; Father a coachman - Recorded, 10-Jan-1926 Paneve×ys 1926 M 6 Not Microfilmed / LVIA / 1817 / 1 / 214
LIMAN, Simen Zelik David Ber, Iankel Ete 11/12/1906 7 Tevet Butgoft estate Panevezys Kaunas Born in the estate Butgoft, family came from Pandelys Birzai 1906 M26 2290696 / 4 LVIA/1226/1/1959
LIMANAS / [LIMAN], Leizeris Smuelis Rivka JOFFEAITE / [IOFFE] 3/3/1924 Panevezys Panevezys Kaunas Lived in Krekenava Panevezys 1924 M23 not filmed / LVIA/1817/1/212
LIMON, Reveke David Ber, Iankel Ete, Leib Iankel NOKHUMOVICH 27/8/1912 27 Elul Birzai Panevezys Kaunas Family came from Pandelys Birzai 1912 F20 2290696 / 4 LVIA/1226/1/1959
Name Father, Grandfather Mother, Grandfather Mother Maiden Surname Date of Birth
DD/MM/YY Hebrew Date Town Ujezd Guberniya Comments Place Recorded Year Record # Microfilm / Item Image Archive / Fond
LUNIN, [Simon] Isaak Simon Nechame SKUDOWITZ / [SKUDOVICH] 29/5/1919 Panevezys Panevezys Kaunas the record is in German Panevezys 1919 M17 not filmed / LVIA/1226/2/209
NEISHTATOR, Rokha Gershon Riva LIMON 23/7/1931 9 Av 5691 Panevezys Panevezys Kaunas Father registered in Panevezys, Respublikos str.82 - was a shoemaker - recorded - 24-Jul-1931 Panevezys 1931 F 590 Not microfilmed / LVIA/1817/1/214
Name Father Age Comments Type of Record Day Month Year Town Uyezd Guberniya Archive/Fond/Inventory/File Record # Page #
LEMIN, Yane cabman; 4 in family Box Taxpayers 20 December 1892 Vieksniai Siauliai Kaunas KRA/I-49/1/17525 11 27
LEMIN, Yaine poor; 4 in family Box Taxpayers 23 September 1904 Vieksniai Siauliai Kaunas KRA/I-49/1/23518 8 43
LEMIN?, Yaine? 4 in family; poor; cabman Box Taxpayers 20 December 1896 Vieksniai Siauliai Kaunas KRA/I-49/1a/389 9 69
LENIN (LELIK), Shmuel Girsha 1 in family Taxpayers 12 May 1870 Dotnuva Kaunas Kaunas KRA/I-61/2/4203 148 309
LIMAN, Albert Izrail 17 pupil, 50 rubles Postal Savings Bank Records 23 February 1911 Kupiskis Ukmerge Kaunas KRA/I-117/1/2 2372
LIMAN, Yankel Elya Zelik 2 in family, commerce, medium rich Box Taxpayers 1889 Rokiskis Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-49/1/16110 192
LIMAN, Yankel Izrail 63 born on Peysach 1839 in Pandelys, lives in estate Krastai, Zarasai u., Pandelys town-dweller, carrier, 105 rub. Postal savings bank records 10 February 1902 Rokiskis Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-134/1/2 693 190
LIMON, Zavil Izrel 3 men in family, has house and shop Box Taxpayers 1885 Pandelys Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-49/1/14650 133 65
LIMON, Zelik Rubin Izrel 4 men in family, day laborer, poor Box Taxpayers 1885 Pandelys Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-49/1/14650 134 65
LIMON, Yankel Izrel 2 men in family, 'pacter', poor; lives in Papilys Box Taxpayers 1885 Pandelys Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-49/1/14650 185 66
Name Father Age Comments Type of Record Day Month Year Town Uyezd Guberniya Archive/Fond/Inventory/File Record # Page #
LIMON, Benyamin Zelman Yankel Eliyash Men Avoiding Conscription 1910 Pandelys Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-6/1/27 312 289
LIMON, Mendel Izrael Yankel Eliyash Men Avoiding Conscription 1912 Pandelys Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-6/1/27 384 290
LIMON, Karpel Rubin Yankel Men Avoiding Conscription 1914 Pandelys Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-6/1/27 513 292
LIMON, Yankel Izrael Real Estate Owners 1913 Pandelys Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-6/1/10 34 535
LIMON, Izrael Mikhel Real Estate Owners 1913 Pandelys Zarasai Kaunas KRA/I-6/1/10 99 537
LOMAN?, Itsko Gdal 163 in book of Ekaterinoslav Governor Alphabetical List of Jewish Men in Lida District 1875 Lida Lida Vilnius LVIA/380/120/772 6947
LOMAN?, Gersh Itsko Alphabetical List of Jewish Men in Lida District 1875 Lida Lida Vilnius LVIA/380/120/772 6948
LOMAN?, Abram Itsko Alphabetical List of Jewish Men in Lida District 1875 Lida Lida Vilnius LVIA/380/120/772 6949
LOMAN?, Mordukh Aron Itsko Alphabetical List of Jewish Men in Lida District 1875 Lida Lida Vilnius LVIA/380/120/772 6950
LOYMAN, Lipka Rubin 6 his father belongs to Glubokoye Jewish community since 1868 Residents 1875 Village of Goroviye, Plisa Subdistrict Disna Vilnius LVIA/381/11/1580 285 11
Name Father Age Comments Type of Record Day Month Year Town Uyezd Guberniya Archive/Fond/Inventory/File Record # Page #
LOYMAN, Yankel Rubin 3 months his father belongs to Glubokoye Jewish community since 1868 Residents 1875 Village of Goroviye, Plisa Subdistrict Disna Vilnius LVIA/381/11/1580 286 11
D
PIMSHTEYN], Dobe Itsik
born in 1916 Rostov 941/1441863 housewife Internal Passport Card KRA/66/1/941
PIMSTEINAS / [PIMSHTEYN], Mone David Itsik
born in 1910 Kaunas 10374/1377436 gardener Internal Passport Card KRA/66/1/10374
PIMSTEINIENE / [PIMSHTEYN], Rakhel Basha
(LIMANAITE / [LIMAN]) Ovsey Karpel
born in 1912 Pandelys 1662/081347 worker

Liman Mina
Mina Liman was born in Birz, Lithuania in 1910 to David and Etel.
Prior to WWII she lived in Birz, Lithuania. During the war was in
Kovna, Lithuania. Mina perished in Kovna. This information is based on
a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on 20/06/1999 by her
brother Israel Liman, a Shoah survivor HAavoda Street 9, Tel Aviv 03-
620 2129
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Liman Pinkhas
Pinkhas Liman was born in Birz, Lithuania in 1927 to David and Etel.
He was a child. Prior to WWII he lived in Birz, Lithuania. During the
war was in Birz, Lithuania. Pinkhas perished in the Shoah. This
information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left)
submitted on 20/06/1999 by his brother Israel Liman from Tel Aviv
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Liman David
David Liman was born in Birdz, Lithuania to Yaakov. Prior to WWII he
lived in Birdz, Lithuania and married to Etel Chaimovitz. During the war was in Birdz, Lithuania.
David perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of
Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on 20/06/1999 by his son Israel of Tel Aviv
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Liman Marishka*
Marishka Liman was born in Birdz, Lithuania in 1923 to David. She
was a pupil. Prior to WWII she lived in Birdz, Lithuania. During the
war was in Birdz, Lithuania. Maria perished in Birdz, Lithuania. This
information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left)
submitted on 20/06/1999 by her brother, a Shoah survivor
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Liman Leiwik
Leiwik Liman was born in Birzai, Lithuania in 1907 to David and
Etel. He was a rabbi and single. Prior to WWII he lived in Birzai,
Lithuania. During the war was in Riga, Latvia. Leiwik perished in 1942
in Riga, Latvia. This information is based on a Page of Testimony
(displayed on left) submitted on 01/11/1956 by his sister Rivka Bar Nezer
from Kibutz Hamaapil