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Frans van Doesum (Gaanderen NL)|
van.doesum.oct[the at sign]freeler.nl
I'm in search for a village or town called Perlstein or Perlstajn or spelled whatsoever. From there must a jewish immigrant be come to Holland in the 18th or nineteenth century. I'm describing now the history of his firm, a small distillery in Doetinchem (Netherlands). I'd like to know where his family came from. In the websites of Grodno I found several Perlsteins.
Thank you for answering.
Kathy Benach Cobillas (St. Peters MO USA)|
kcobilla[the at sign]mail.win.org
My grandparents are from the town of Brzec. Israel Calkie born 1891. Chana Benach born 1908. They both died at Auschwitz. Where exactly is Brzec now and are their any family in the area? Thank you. Your site is full of wonderful information.
Sergei: Brzec (Brzesc) is the Polish spelling of the city of Brest.
Вячеслав Миньков |
vminkov1[the at sign]yandex.ru
Разыскиваю людей которые могут хоть
что-нибудь рассказать о сыне Миньков Олег Вячеславович 1977 года.Проживал г.Брест Бульвар Космонавтов 120 кв 13
Бывшая теща отказывает в информации
Сказала что он вместе с матерью Ириной
Ивановной 5 лет назад уехал в Канаду
Насколько это правда я незнаю.Теща работала при начальнике транспортной милиции ст.Брест У нее все в руках.Из
официальных источников добиться ничего
Sergei: Translating to English:
Looking for anybody who can tell me about my son Oleg Viacheslavovich Min'kov (born 1977). He lived in Brest on Kosmonavtov blvrd, 120-13.
Mother-in-low doesn't give me any information about him. She told me that he and his mother Irina Ivanovna left to Canada 5 years ago. I don't know if this true.
Alan Benkovic (Cologne/Germany)|
alan[the at sign]benk.net
I found your side very informative and interesting. As a frequent guest of the beautiful City of Pinsk, it is very interesting for me to learn more about this region.
Please continue with your excellent work.
Sergei: Thank you. Glad to hear that you like my work.
Richard Pacter (Naples, Florida)|
pacter[the at sign]att.net
I am searching for famiky tree data on my Grandfather who came from Divin (Diwin or Dzivin). Harris Pacter emigrated to USA in 1898, Brother Neoch and Sister Malkie emigrated 1920, and Sister Devora? Any genealogy help appreciated.
Daniel Kleysa (Gdansk)|
dk_aztec[the at sign]wp.pl
My grandfather Wladyslaw was born in 16.02.1924 in the village Linowo, Prozany (Linovo Pruzhany) district. His mothers name was Dorota Zychcinska and his father name Eugeniusz. In 1941 he was taken Germany to village near Lebork (Lauenburg), today this city belongs to Poland. He lived in this city. Now I'm looking for any information about his family in Linovo.
Marcos David Werka (Belleville, NJ)|
mdwerka[the at sign]hotmail.com
Hi . I.m looking for any information that links me to my family. My grandparents were born in Brest Litovsk and went to Brazil. My grandmother.s name was Anesia Biluk and my grandfather.s Gregorio Biluk.
Marcos D. Werka
nora cristina grana de ismael (Rawson-Chubut-Argentina)|
mara-solange[the at sign]infovia.com.ar
Hello: I'm looking for family.My father in law Lavrentiy Smol born in kamenest-litovsky,brest-grodno,Rusia 08-10-1893,his sister desappeared into argentina she name was Hanna or Crispina.Thanks,Nora.
elaine biblin spiegel (mom kosovske) (illinois usa)|
el529[the at sign]aol.com
Help needed on towns--My mother's maternal kOSOVSKY/GOLDMAN cousins are pictured in Drogichin belarus yizcor book; but grammpa said his town of Drohichin was on bug river--he left to find work in odessa. Does the Bug/Bud River also run thro" the other town in belarus? some of these town spellings are lithuanian, polish, russian etc; but are they pronounced the same way? DROHICZYN DROHICHIN DROGICHIN DROCHITCHEN--which of these towns is closest to odessa? i need to know where we are from so i can try to find surviving relatives? does the name Kososvsky come from Kossovo? is Kossovo near any Drochitchen town? is it near odessa? please send a response thanks elaine
Sergei: DROHICZYN DROHICHIN DROGICHIN DROCHITCHEN - it's the same town in different spellings. Drogichin is not on Bug river, it's about 60 miles from this river. But there is a channel between Bug and Dneeper close to Drogichin (Dneprovsko-Bugski Channel).
Kossovski is an adjective formed from Kossovo (in Russian).
Odessa is about 800 km from Drogichin (or 1100 km by car).
elaine biblin spiegel (northbrook il usa)|
el529[the at sign]aol.com
list your messages in bigger jewish sites--not many people will come to your webpage;am researching suranme of BIBLIN and KOSOVSKY--any phonetic spelling (jewish families)family came from Drogichin on bug river--but there are 2 different locations belarus/poland
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