Here's the challenge of a lifetime!
I am trying to locate the whereabouts of a little village called
Voromzowska (nearest big city: Odessa)
The information I have been given doesn't add up though.
I have been through books, Russian website and even maps (!)
- without any luck.
It has been described by the only person left who can remember as:
"We lived by a mill in a little village on the Dniester River which was
called something like 'Voromzowska'.
It was located where an imaginary line crosses the river between
Jerson-on-the-Don (Herson) and Nikolaiev."
If you have ever heard of it, please help!
BTW I recently sent out a message concerning a male Hebrew name containing
the letters ch-n-h. >from the many responses I received (thanks to all who
responded!) it seems that the most likely name was Hanoch (Chonoh) or
DORF/DOFF (Lomza), KUPCHIK/COOPTCHICK (Odessa), ISOW/ISOWITSKY (Odessa),
GLEEK/GLICK (Riga), GLICKMAN/GLUKMAN (Warsaw), HERMAN (Kola/Khalish),
MARCUS (Varniai), PARNES (Brussels), WEITZENSANG (Warsaw), SACK/SACKS
(Lithuania), TWERIA/FREEDMAN (Gorsd)