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on February 11, 2007 at 8:28:12 pm
 

OLEJARZ

In the 1997 I set up olejarz.com. Over the course of the last ten years I have heard from people with the Olejarz name from as close as New Jersey, USA, where I live, and as far as France and Poland. Olejarz is of Polish origin.

 

My father, Leijb Olejarz, was a Polish Jew who survived the Holocaust and wound up in Berlin at the end of the Second World War where he met my mother in Berlin. My sister was born in Berlin in 1949. My father went to the USA and my mother and sister followed a year or two later. I was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1952. My parents’ marriage came apart and my father disappeared. My mother said he moved to Israel and from the time I was 7 or 8 I never heard from my father again. It was only after my mother's death in March of 2005 that I learned that my father did move to Israel and at one point asked that I visit him. My mother never told me of his request. To this day I do not know where my father is or if my father is dead or alive.

 

When we lived in Brooklyn my father had a cousin who lived in the Boro Park section. I have lost touch with them.

 

I invite others with the last name of Olejarz to contribute to this page and make connections.

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