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Marcelo Goland   (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
mgoland[the at sign]hotmail.com
My grandparents left Brest Litovsk in 1931. I would like to contact people who qre related or may know about Goland and Urin family from that city. I would like to receive information about Brest.

Zeb Kantrowitz   (Ashland (Boston) MA)
My grandfather Joseph (Yoseph, Yussel) was born in Brest-Litovsk when it was part of Russian Poland. He left around 1905, but most of the family stayed. The family name may have been Kanterovitch. His fathers name was Herschel. We know they were alive prior to WWII. Some may have escaped to the east after 1939.

Eric POLKOTYCKI   (Toulouse (FRANCE))
eric.polkotycki[the at sign]libertysurf.fr
My grand father was born at PINSK in 1921; at this time, it was in POLAND.
During the war (in 1939 I think), he was sent in Siberia. After that, he moved in OPOLE (Poland), and then in France in 1960.
He told me many times about a village near Pinsk, Polkotycze (or Polkotichi), with a name that sounds like my family name. That's why I'm locking for people of my family who would be still around Pinsk.
like my family name

Nadia Larsen   (Tucson Arizona)
nadialars[the at sign]aol.com
Relatives and or friend who knew my late father Romuald Dabrowski born january 9th 1914 Brzesc nad Bugiem Polesie, went to school in Pochaiv at the Pochaivskaya Lavra (today Ukraine) parents Tomasz Adam and Kazimiera Maria nee Tyszecka.

Mitchell Kotler   (Hayward, CA, USA)
mkotler[the at sign]hotmail.com
www.geocities.com/bubblepup
I am seeking any information regarding people from or near Baranovichi who emigrated to Argentina or the U.S. before WWII. In particular, the family names of Kotler and Malachowski are of interest.

Frank Kreydich   (oak lawn, il 60454)
k9ofw[the at sign]yahoo.com
Looking for any information about the the names Kreydich or Kreidich and the name Karluk in Belarus from 1885 to about 1905 (when they left Belarus and came to the United States of America)

Alexander (Baliok) Baluk, Jr.   (Skokie,ILLinois,USA)
AGBaluk[the at sign]AOL.com
We are looking for the Luke Baluk Family members. Last contact from Zakale in the Pinsk, Brest Region.
Sergei: It seems this village was merged to the village of Psyshchevo, Ivanovo district.

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