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by Hania
05 Jul 2012, 19:04
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Saki, Grodno Gubernia, Brest
Replies: 7
Views: 4437

Re: Saki, Grodno Gubernia, Brest

Many villagers have moved to larger towns and cities for economic reasons. One Koziol listed in Brest . Find someone who speaks Russia and make the call.

У. Н. Козиол
Интернациональная Ул. (Int'l Street)
Telephone: your intl exit code+(375)-162-201551
by Hania
05 Jul 2012, 18:18
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Victor Maze or Mazur
Replies: 1
Views: 2941

Re: Victor Maze or Mazur

Following are the only records (Jewish) I could find for Kamenets-Litovsk. Locality/Town: KAMENETS Raion/Region: KAMENETS Oblast/District: BREST Country: BELARUS Archive Name: BREST OBLAST ARCHIVES Archive Locale: BREST Archive Type: ARCHIVES Document Type: CENSUS Year List: 1922; 1931-1938 Fond/Opi...
by Hania
16 Sep 2009, 19:48
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Looking for Parasevic in Baranovichi
Replies: 2
Views: 4244

Re: Looking for Parasevic in Baranovichi

Телефон ФИО, наименование организации Адрес 408716 Парасевич А А Парковая ул. д.49 410394 Парасевич В Я Советская ул. д.51 451942 Парасевич А А Тельмана ул. д.189 457822 Парасевич В Ф Войкова ул. д.28 470994 Парасевич А Ф Партизанский 3 пер. д.3 472443 Парасевич Н И Космонавтов ул. д.10 480174 Парас...
by Hania
27 Sep 2007, 18:42
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Searching for Family of Kirzner and Pachter
Replies: 1
Views: 930

Re: Searching for Family of Kirzner and Pachter

Much is still under construction, but a lot already very valuable to research.

BREST-LITOVSK, BREST, BRISK, BRESTYE, BERESTIE, BERESTOV, BRZESC, sometimes Russia or Poland and now Belarus - Jewish Genealo..
http://www.brest-belarus.com/Research_G ... ives.shtml
by Hania
27 Sep 2007, 18:41
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: segelov/segelovsky/treiger
Replies: 8
Views: 4734

Re: segelov/segelovsky/treiger

Much is still under construction, but a lot already very valuable to research.

BREST-LITOVSK, BREST, BRISK, BRESTYE, BERESTIE, BERESTOV, BRZESC, sometimes Russia or Poland and now Belarus - Jewish Genealo..
http://www.brest-belarus.com/Research_G ... ives.shtml
by Hania
26 Sep 2007, 22:13
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Grandfather
Replies: 1
Views: 772

Re: Grandfather

Greetings Serhej, This is what Nancy gave me as place of origin for Grandfather, Boris Merkousko. He was Pravoslawny, settling in Chicago IL. There has been some difficulty locating his immigration records. Nancy is convinced that the surname is not accurate. My grandfather-Boris Merkousko (Not corr...
by Hania
19 Sep 2007, 13:31
Forum: Разыскиваем родственников, уехавших из Брестской области
Topic: ищу Гончаренко Жоржа
Replies: 1
Views: 5331

Re: ищу Гончаренко Жоржа

Write them and as if they are your family. George L Goncharenko Age 74 813 N 21st St Montebello, CA 90640-2434 USA tel (323) 722-0309 _______________________________ Goncharenko, Susan Age:55-59 1173 E Meadow Wood Dr Covina, CA 91724-3612 USA tel(626) 915-6476 _______________________________________...
by Hania
14 Jun 2006, 19:29
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: looking for relative in USA
Replies: 1
Views: 1860

Re: looking for relative in USA

What was GGrandfather's given name? There was a Menascha and Pascha Schulkin traveling from Gomel in 1912. They were headed for Brooklyn. Father's name was Abram. The surname Schulkin/Shulkin is very common surname in States. In order to even start looking, one needs given names. PS> Between 1914-19...
by Hania
11 Jun 2006, 21:15
Forum: Genealogy
Topic: WW2 Forced Laborers
Replies: 0
Views: 4929

WW2 Forced Laborers

Records for WW2 Ostarbeiter/Forced Laborers in Germany > from Beryoza, Kobrin, Pruzhany districts, the abolished Divin, Ruzhany, Shershevo districts, and the town of Beloozyorsk
of Brest region

ZONAL STATE ARCHIVES IN KOBRIN
http://archives.gov.by/EArh/erxz_kobrin.htm
by Hania
01 Jun 2006, 20:27
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Looking for relatives in Sulichevo
Replies: 3
Views: 2132

Re: Looking for relatives in Sulichevo

Today village Sulychevo still exists > Drohychinskij raion/district > Brest Oblast/Region > Belarus, latest zip code is 225859. If you still want to reconnect to surviving family in Belarus consider either getting a local to make a personal search for you or you can write the Village Administrator G...
by Hania
17 May 2006, 14:44
Forum: Genealogy
Topic: JEWISH RECORDS FROM BELARUS
Replies: 0
Views: 5489

JEWISH RECORDS FROM BELARUS

JEWISH RECORDS FROM BELARUS AT THE LDS FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY!!!

BELARUS NEWSLETTER
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/ragas.htm

FamilySearch.org - Family History Centers
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library ... et_fhc.asp
by Hania
05 May 2006, 20:18
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Klibansky family
Replies: 12
Views: 5995

Re: Klibansky family

From late 18th century to 1919, Lithuania was a part of Russia. Klibansky (Klebanski, Klebonsky, Klebonski, Klebansky and all other transliterated variants) was a pretty common Jewish surname in this region. Yavneh was one of the two traditional religious school networks. The other was Tarbut. When ...
by Hania
02 Aug 2004, 21:36
Forum: Where is located this village or town?
Topic: need help figure out towns
Replies: 3
Views: 3596

Re: need help figure out towns

Prior to WWI, Pinsk (UEZD/District TOWN/Center***) was in Minsk gubernia (Minsk province) of the Russian Empire. Between the wars, Pinsk was in Poleskie wojewoidztwa (Polesie province) of Poland. After WWII, Pinsk was in the U.S.S.R. Today, Pinsk is in Belarus. Village, Cieplicz - red star http://ww...
by Hania
02 Jul 2003, 20:12
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Riazanifker Benevolent Association?
Replies: 2
Views: 988

Landsmanshaftn

above excerpted from:
How to Document Victims and Locate Survivors of the Holocaust
http://www.avotaynu.com/holocaust/landsman.htm
by Hania
01 Jul 2003, 23:57
Forum: Genealogy
Topic: State Archives of Brest Archives
Replies: 0
Views: 4988

State Archives of Brest Archives

Genealogical records of the State Archives of Brest Region

Genealogy-structure1
http://archives.gov.by/egobl/estrukt1.htm
by Hania
01 Jul 2003, 23:25
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Baida/Bayda/Bajda, Nick
Replies: 5
Views: 1622

Stefan & Anna Baida

As per Ellis Island, Stefan's wife was named Anna.
by Hania
30 Jun 2003, 15:20
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Riazanifker Benevolent Association?
Replies: 2
Views: 988

Re: Riazanifker Benevolent Association?

re RIAZANIFKER landsmanschaften New York City Library has all kinds of landsmanschaften lists. You might be able to find geographical info there??? United States History, Local History and Genealogy http://www.nypl.org/research/chss/lhg/genea.html PS>I am still out of town on business, so my time is...
by Hania
28 Jun 2003, 22:17
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Baida/Bayda/Bajda, Nick
Replies: 5
Views: 1622

Re: Baida/Bayda/Bajda, Nick

NA - Genealogy Research http://www.archives.ca/02/020202_e.html Saskatchewan Gen Web Project - SGW - Russian Saskatchewan Genealogy Roots http://www.rootsweb.com/~cansk/Saskatchewan/ethnic/russian-saskatchewan.html _____________________________________________________________________________________...
by Hania
28 Jun 2003, 21:36
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: kronstadt/kronshtat family
Replies: 6
Views: 4634

Re: kronstadt/kronshtat family

Bare in mind that immigrants frequently referred to their regional or district center as place of origin for geographical reference, because their own villages were small. There are a handful of Kronstadt listed on Ellis Island Records, showing them coming from Pruzhany, but after closer examnation,...
by Hania
25 Jun 2003, 00:29
Forum: Genealogy
Topic: NEWEST RELEASES THRU LDS
Replies: 3
Views: 2981

NEWEST RELEASES THRU LDS

Newest film releases thru LDS Greek Catholic parish registers transcripts (births, marriages, deaths) for Alba (Slonim), Grodno, Russia; later Alba (Iwacewicze), Polesie, Poland; later Al'ba, Brest, Belarus. Click on VIEW FILM NOTES to get details. Title details ('Parish register transcripts') http:...
by Hania
18 Jun 2003, 13:34
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Ancestors from Brest
Replies: 1
Views: 785

Re: Ancestors from Brest

You should be able to find immigration records for Brest Jews (1929-1939 Polish Alijah Passports to Palistine) @Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw Poland. There is also a list of city residents who went abroad in 1936-1937. This can be located @Brest Oblast Archives. Additionally Holocaust Record...
by Hania
18 Jun 2003, 13:13
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Family Niczyporowicz
Replies: 2
Views: 817

Re: Family Niczyporowicz

I hope that I am not misunderstanding your inquiry. The surname, Niczyporowicz, does appear in both the Philadelphia and El Paso White Pages. • J Niczyporowicz 8608 Alicia St Philadelphia PA 19115 215-673-6188 • J Niczyporowicz 8608 Alicia St Philadelphia PA 19115 215-934-6785 • A C Niczyporowicz 35...
by Hania
18 Jun 2003, 12:57
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Looking for grandpas relatives
Replies: 7
Views: 2768

ONE STEP AT A TIME

CAIRNRONA / CONSUELO / ALBANIA / POLERIC 1900 The CAIRNRONA was built by Swan & Hunter, Wallsend-on-Tyne in 1900 as the CONSUELO for the Wilson Line of Hull. She was a 6,025 gross ton ship, length 461.5ft x beam 52.1ft, one funnel, four masts, twin screw and a speed of 12 knots. She had accommod...
by Hania
17 Jun 2003, 08:50
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Looking for grandpas relatives
Replies: 7
Views: 2768

Re: Looking for grandpas relatives

Are you sure Grandmother (originally from Bratislava) actually came thru Ellis Island. If so, read instruction below carefully. Brataslava would have been a part of Austro-Hungarian Empire and records would show her as Hungarian (Madgyar) citizen? Her ethnicity might be another story. The surname st...
by Hania
16 Jun 2003, 10:43
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Looking for grandpas relatives
Replies: 7
Views: 2768

Re: Looking for grandpas relatives

All the details I presented to you were garnered from the ORIGINAL SHIP MANIFEST/handwritten copy @Ellis Island. Run the surnames as I spelled them thru Ellis Island link, w/o specifying gender. Click on the individual name and then click on to ORIGINAL SHIP MANIFEST. Notice the magnifying icon that...
by Hania
15 Jun 2003, 11:51
Forum: Looking for relatives in Brest Region
Topic: Looking for grandpas relatives
Replies: 7
Views: 2768

Yudchitz = Judscitz/Jutczitz

Yudchitz = Judscitz/Jutczitz he key to any of these searches is ascertaining EXACT PLACE OF ORIGIN. Immigrants frequently referred to their regional/uyezd center town as place of origin for geographical reference, because their own villages were small. As per Ellis Island Records, there were severa...