Oldstein/Altstein/Aldstein/Altsztejn and Stackowitz/Stasiovicz Families Polish Origins

Oldstein/Altstein/Altsztejn/אלטשטיין Family

Stackowitz/ Stasiovicz/ Стасіовичь Family

10/27/1855 Birth Matys Nosan Sztaszowicz in Zakroczym

Slotnick / Zlotnicki Злотннукого זלוטניצקי Family

Nowy Dwor, Mazowiecki, Poland

Morton Knecht photos

Jewish Gen Community Nowy Dwor

Jewish Gen Families Nowy Dwor

JRI Poland Nowy Dwor, Alan K'necht, Town Leader

Nowy Dwor Virtual Shtetl

Nowy Dwór Jewish Memorial

Nowy Dwor surnames (JRI Poland)

Facebook Page

New York Public Library Nowy Dwór Yizkor Book (Yiddish)

Pinkas Novy-Dvor (English)

Nowy Dwor portion of the Szczuczyn Yizkor Book

Zakroczym Sheli (Yizkor Book)

Nowy Dwor Jewish Survivors in Europe

Nowy Dwor History 1939-1945

The Museum of Family History --Nowy Dwor

Nowy Dwor in WWII

Great Video on Facebook of Jews in Poland before WWII (not Nowy Dwor)

European Borders 1000-year History of Changes (video)

Variations of the name "Nowy Dwor"

Feb 6, 1874 Marriage registered in Nowy Dwor of Lewek DULC, 24, from Weliszow in Neporent? district, son of Icek and Brajna nee LEJZOROW to Hana Jochwet ILART, 20, from Nowy Dwor, daughter of Abram Wulf and Bejla nee JUDKOW

Which led to the identification of the following, which I'd had on file:

1/23/1931: Death Louis Dultz, age 80 years, beloved husband of Anna, nee Elart, devoted father of Henry, the late Morris, Fannie Slotkovitz of Los Angeles, Cal., Abraham, Samuel, Joseph, and Birdie Friedland, fond brother of Frank, Samuel, and William, 15 grandchildren. Funeral from the late residence, 1140 s. St. Louis-av., Monday. Jan. 26, 10 a. m., to Keozer cemetery, Waldheim. Please omit flowers.

Which led to death records on Family Search where Nowy Dwar has become Novidfov, Russia and Novidfor, , Russia.

Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths
Name   Louis Dultz
Event Date      23 Jan 1931
Event Place     Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Gender            Male
Race    White
Age     80
Birth Year (Estimated)           1851
Birthplace      Novidfov, Russia
Father's Name Isaac Dultz
Father's Birthplace   Novidfov, Russia
Mother's Name            Dk
Mother's Birthplace  Novidfov, Russia
Occupation      Retied Baker, Bakery
Residence Place          Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Spouse's Name            Arna Dultz
Burial Date      26 Jan 1931
Burial Place     Forest Park, Cook, Ill.
Cemetery         Krozer

Illinois, Cook County Deaths
Name   Louis Dultz
Event Type      Death
Event Date      23 Jan 1931
Event Place     Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address          1140 S St Louis
Gender            Male
Age     80
Marital Status  Married
Race    White
Occupation     Baker
Birth Year (Estimated)           1851
Birthplace      Novidfor, , Russia [BTS: Nowy Dwor]
Funeral Home Piser Undertakers Co
Burial Date      26 Jan 1931
Burial Place     Forest Park, , Illinois
Cemetery         Kroger
Father's Name Isaac Dultz
Spouse's Name            Anna Dultz
Informant's Name       Henry Dultz
Entry Number 2333

May 18, 1937: Petition for Naturalization Samuel Stachowitz
Nova Dubor

World War I Soldiers from Nowy Dwor
Hymie Dultz WWI
1916, Hymie Dultz. Born ND: 25 Sep 1895. US Army.
Valerie Kent collection (UK).

1920 circa. Sam Stackowitz. Born Poland 26 Mar 1895, US Army Corporal.
Sam & Hilda Stack/Allan Stack/Marsha Stack Sylvia collection (US).

1918 circa. Israel Seidenberg (born 1900) and Max Stasevich (Born Poland 06 Mar 1901). Polish Army. from Brenda Seidenberg Zecharia (IS).    
The mothers of Hymie Dultz and Sam Stachowitz were sisters in the Oldstein/Altstein family.      
  Max Stasevich and Sam Stachowitz were cousins, as were Max and Israel Seidenberg.    

Reverse of circa 1918 portrait of Matys Stasiovich and Sura Zlotnick
Fotografja Artystyczna M. J. Juress, Nowy-Dwór. From the collection of Fanny Stachowitz Supovitz, via Bebe Supovits Baer, via Randy Baer Lewis.

July 10, 1919, New York Times: Nowy Dwor Pogroms

Morton Knecht, son of Iser Lejor Knecht son of Aaron Lieb Knecht son of David Zvi (Hersh) Knecht + Sura-Cypra Altstein
there is much detail in this video regarding life in Nowy Dwor before the war

USC Shoah Foundation - Survivor Interviews

Run on Thu, 24 Sep 2020 10:47:19 -0600

Testimony link
Experience Group
Interview Details
Name Gender Relationship
Survivor Date Of Birth
Place Of Birth
Date Of Death
Cause Of Death
Place Of Death
Testimony link
Jewish Survivor
Jan 20, 1995
Don Mills
 Knecht Morton   M Self Yes Jul 12, 1926
Poland Nowy Dwór (Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland)

name at birth:Knecht
other name:Motek
other name:Mordecai
Białystok (Białystok, Poland)
Birsk (Bashkir ASSR, Russia, USSR)
Modlin (Warsaw, Poland)
Munich (Germany)
Nowy Dwór (Poland : Ghetto)
Nowy Dwór (Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland)
Siedlce (Lublin, Poland)
Warsaw (Warsaw, Poland)
 Knecht Iser Leizor  M fathers Yes 1903

 Knecht Raisel Rose  F mothers Yes

 Radzinsky Faiga   F sisters Yes

 Dreksler Iska   F sisters Yes

 Birnbaum Chana   F wives Yes

 Bermanson Avrum   M cousins No

  Ethel   F aunts No

 Knecht Sura Rivka   F grandmothers Not Specified
 Knecht Aaron   M grandfathers Not Specified @ 1852
@ 1942
Poland Nowy Dwór (Poland : Ghetto)
 Radziner Shia Mordechai   M grandfathers Not Specified
World War 1
 [Radziner]    F grandmothers Not Specified

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