Very few people in Belarus have Internet access. Statistics says that only 1 of 1.000 Belorussians have a computer connected to Internet. All the others can't visit all these forums and web sites, read and post messages, receive and send emails. But they want to find there relatives too! So here are messages that were collected directly in the towns and villages of the Brest region. All the messages are sorted alphabetically by family name.
Looking for any information about Vasily Korogvich (Korogwicz) and Vasily Gladun. They moved from the village of Kleshchi, Ivanovo district probably to Canada or Great Britain in 1944.
Our Grandfather was born in 1919, his father’s name Nikifor. He left here a son Nikolay (born 1942) and a daughter Nina (born 1944), sister Maria (born 1930).
On the picture: Vasily Korogvich and Vasily Gladun in 1948.
Brest, BelarusPost response
Looking for descendants of our grandfather's brothers.
Our grandfather Ivan Petrukovich with his brothers Anton and Vasil went somewhere to America in 1912-1920 from the village of Obech, Pruzhany district. Ivan had returned to Obech in approx. 1921. He had daughters Olga (born in 1922) and Avkhisia (born in 1912).
Ivan corresponded with his brothers till 1934.
Another possible spelling of surname - Petrukowicz.
On the picture: the wedding of one of our grandfather's brothers.
B. Motykaly, BelarusPost response
Looking for Dyliuk Vladimir, father's name Kondrat. Vladimir was born 1900(?) in the village of Ruda, Kossovski povet, Grodno gubernia. He lived in Poland, then moved to USA. Looking for any information.Post response
My grandfather Ivan Markovets was born in 1902 in the village of Porostsy, Pinsk district (father's name was Fedor). He went to Australia and stayed there. He had 2 sons (?). There was a letter from him in 1960's, but my grandmother did not reply him. Looking for any information about him.Post response
My grandfather's sister Pelageya Pisarenko went to America in 1914 from the village of Uzmorie, Samara gubernia (Saratov region now). She married Aleksei Baychenko in Bay Port, Michigan. Lost contacts with them in 1953-1954. My grandfather's name was Peter Pisarenko, his father's name Nikolay. Any information will be helpful.PeterPost response
Looking for any relatives of Nikolay Krasney who went to South America in the beginning of 20th century. He was born in the village of Khomichi, Bereza district. His father's name Anton, sister's name Marfa. Thank you!Post response
Makushchenko Grigory was born in 1892 in the village of Khatki, Gomel region (it is Krasnoe Znamya at present time). He moved to Canada in 1915-1916. His brother Nikita left in Khatki. Their father's name was Akim. Looking for any information.Nina Makushchenko (Rybalko)Post response
Semen Trofimovich emigrated to America in about 1913 from the village of Zubachi, Bereza district. He was born in 1900, father’s name was Semen. His wife Nadezhda died in 1942. They had a son Victor and two grandsons. Looking for any information about them. Thank you.Natalia TrofimovichPost response
Looking for relatives in USA. Brothers Semyon and Kazimir Kumishcha (Kumiszcza) moved to USA in 1918-1919. Semyon was born in 1881, Kazimir was born in 1883. They were born in the village of Shemetovo, Sventyansky uezd, Vilna gubernia, Belarus (Russian Empire at that time). Their father's name was Petr, mother's name - Anna. Any information would be greatly appreciated.Eduard, the son of their younger brother.Post response
Yuri Rudovich went to Indiana, USA in 1914. He was born in the village of Butki, Ruzhany district (it's Pruzhany district at present time). His father name was Aleksei. He had a sister Olga. His children names are Katya, Olya, Vanya. His wife died in 1941. There was a correspondence with them till 1940s. Looking for any information. Thank you.