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Your Search returned 42 results for - Rogal (1 - 42 displayed)

First Name Family Name Civil Year of Record Record Location
Abraham Rogal 1918 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Abraham Rogal 1972 Atlanta, GA- Crest Lawn- Beth Jacob, Marietta Blvd.
Abraham Rogal 1918 The Chicago Jewish Community Blue Book - List of officers and members of Chicago's Jewish Organizations
Abraham Rogal 1918 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, May 17
Albert Rogal 1940 Elmont, NY- Beth David, Elmont Rd.
Alice C. Rogal 1988 Ridgewood, NY- Mt. Judah, Cypress Ave
Eva Rogal 1993 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon,
Harry Rogal 1945 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon,
Judith Rogal 1984 Ridgewood, NY- Mt. Judah, Cypress Ave
Julius S. Rogal 1980 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Louis D. Rogal 1963 Ridgewood, NY- Mt. Judah, Cypress Ave
Mary Earlix Rogal 1994 Atlanta, GA- Crest Lawn- Beth Jacob, Marietta Blvd.
Sarah Rogal 1931 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Sidney B. (Mrs.) Rogal 1944 Combined Jewish Appeal 1944 List of Contributions, Greater Boston
Solomon Rogal 1933 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Family Fund Rogal-Cohan 1944 Combined Jewish Appeal 1944 List of Contributions, Greater Boston
Milton S. Rogalin 1905 Brooklyn, NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave
Sonia Rogalin 1967 NY Rensselaer County: Wills
Benjamin Rogaliner 1921 Brooklyn, NY- Salem Fields, 775 Jamaica Ave
Julius Rogaliner 1908 Annual Report of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum of the City of New York, 1908. List of Donors and Members
Julius Rogaliner 1910 Report of the Eighty Seventh Annual Meeting of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, 1910 List of Donors and Members
Julius Rogaliner 1911 Report of the Eighty Seventh Annual Meeting of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, 1911 List of Donors and Members
Julius Rogaliner 1912 Report of the Eighty Seventh Annual Meeting of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, 1912 List of Donors and Members
Julius Rogaliner 1913 Report of the Eighty Seventh Annual Meeting of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, 1913 List of Donors and Members
Maurice Rogaliner ------ Brooklyn, NY- Salem Fields, 775 Jamaica Ave
Rachel Rogaliner 1921 Ozone Park, NY- Acacia, Liberty Ave.
Albert M. Rogall 1914 List of payments made to Hebrew Free Loan Society in the Twenty-third Annual Report from January 1 to December 31, 1914, printed in 1915. Society building at 108 Second Avenue, New York
Carrie Rogall 1997 Norridge, IL- Westlawn, West Montrose Ave
S. Rogalski 1918 The Chicago Jewish Community Blue Book - List of officers and members of Chicago's Jewish Organizations
Abraham Rogalsky 1951 Ridgewood, NY- Mt. Judah, Cypress Ave.
Bessie Rogalsky 1934 Los Angeles, CA- Mt. Carmel, Gage Ave.
Dora Rogalsky 1905 Brooklyn NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave.
J. (Mrs.) Rogalsky 1912 Chicago, IL- Notices Archive,The Sentinel
Jacob Rogalsky 1923 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Jacob Rogalsky 1923 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, December 14
Joseph J. Rogalsky 1914 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Mnucho Rogalsky 1905 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Sarah Rogalsky 1920 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Tillie Rogalsky 1920 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Alfred Rogaly 1945 American Jewish Year book- Necrology - OTHER COUNTRIES
Henry Joseph Rogaly 1934 American Jewish Year Book 1934-1935, Necrology, Other Countries
Sarah Leah Rogalsky Rothkowsky 1917 Distinguished Jews of America

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