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Matthew Kruse   (Fargo, ND, USA)
krusem[the at sign]lawrence.edu
I just wanted to thank you for this wonderful site. You helped my uncle Gregory Wiley contact my relatives.
Sergei: I'm happy that I can help people to meet each other.

john milejski   
www.jam[the at sign]freenet.de
Looking for families named Homaniuk or Ivaniuk or Evaniuk especially those related to the family Giersz or Giersch and or Malinowski.

David A. Ontonovich   (Toronto, ON CANADA)
dontonovich[the at sign]sympatico.ca
In search of information about the "ANTONOVICH" family. My grandfather "Nykyfor Ignatovich Antonovich" was born 9 February 1885 - I believe in Vorotno. His moved to Canada (Sault Ste. Marie, ON) in 1913. His passport was issued by Baykovski administrative office in Grodno District on Tuesday 26 February 1913. Aside from his passport and a few Canadian pictures taken in the early 1900's ... we have very little information about his family. He passed away in 1949 just before my parents were married. Any information, pictures or suggestions on how to proceed further are most welcome. With much appreciation (and thanks). /David

wayne potrebenko   (woking alberta canada)
wkpl[the at sign]netscape.net
interested in stories or pictures about pozeshin or maciewiche. would like to hear stories about the war or relatives. grandparents elisey potrebenko and stephania tarnowski just left one month before german attack. anyone know where or how hleb [hiyuw?] potrebenko was killed?

Jorge Sosinowicz   (BAriloche Argentina)
jsosinowicz[the at sign]hotmail.com
I am looking for anyone that may have information on my families village of boschnya which was in Poland untill the Second World War when it became part Belarus. I am still hoping for information about family members or pictures etc of the village then and now.
my grandfather was leaving in boschnya until 1927 or 1929.
Any information would be appreciated.

Sergio Iatchuk   (São Paulo - Brazil)
s_iatchuk[the at sign]ig.com.br
Does anybody have old or new pictures from Rataychitsy (small village) in Brest Region?
ThankYou
Sergio.

Phyllis   (Kosow Poleski (Kossovo))
fill4man[the at sign]msn.com
www.jewishgen.org/family/themillsepstein.html
Hi, My grandfather (Epstein) came from Kosow Poleski(Kossovo). His mother, Rikel (Kantofsky/Kontobsky) Epstein Ketsky (Kleckyn) never left. There was still family in the area, in the 1930's...

Sergio Iatchuk   (Brazil)
s_iatchuk[the at sign]uol.com.br
I would like to know where is (was) located the village named "Zienk". Was it near Rataychistsy? Does it still survive?
Thank you.
Sergio

William Mikalik   (Winchester, Virginia, USA)
bmikalik[the at sign]appenv.com
I have a correction in my entry below, the former spelling of my Grandparents name was Mukallik. They had a daughter born in Dzivin, Divin, or Diwin (Polish spelling), Belarus in 1906, Anna Kelly Mukallik? And left for America around 1907 or 1908. My Grandfather Michael was born in 1883 and my Grandmother Mary (Marusia?) was born in 1885. Again, her maiden name was Mary Nee Mischuk. In addition, her brothers John and Anton Mischuk were also from this area. If anyone has any information on any living relatives from the Divin area, Kobrin District of Belarus, please contact me.

William Mikalik   (Winchester, Virginia, USA)
bmikalik[the at sign]appenv.com
My Grandparents are from Belarus, from the village of Divin or Dzivin. They immigrated to America around 1908. Their names were Michael and Mary Mikalik and had a child Anna that was born there. The name Mikalik is not the original spelling of the name but may have been Mikullik or Mikhalyuk. I believe I still have relatives in the Brest Region. My Grandmother's maiden name was Mischuk. Anyone with this last name combination from this village area may be related to me.

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