Re: Jewish and non-Jewish families sharing the same last name: LEWAK #belarus


Mario Jeifetz <mjeifetz@...>
 

My gggfather Boruch TRUMPER lived and died in Mstibovo, Volkovysk.
I have found a lot of non-Jewish people surnamed TRUMPER around
the world, but a few of Jewish ones. Also I have not found any
(except one) Trumper searching in All Belarusian Database.

I guess some migration history involving Great Britain and Holland
to Lithuania, but I have not proofs.

May be the mystery of same surnames in Jewish and non-Jewish people
is one of the several reasons that help us to understand how after
more than 2000 years of persecution we are alive, and trying to dive
in our past.

Mario Jeifetz
Moises Ville-Argentina
Searching for:
NOVICK-REJOVITZKY-TRUMPER, Volkovisk, Mstibovo and Liskow, Belarus;
JEIFETZ, BOGOPOLSKY >from Israilovka(Grabarivka), Ukraine;
JESION, STOLEK, NAVRY, SZKLAREK, Plock,Poland.

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Dave Lewak wrote:
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I've discovered a set of Lewak families who are not Jewish, instead
they are Roman Catholic, and come >from the Lvov area of Poland.
My own family is Jewish, and comes >from Drohiczyn, in what is now
southern Belarus. The distance between Drohiczyn and Lvov seems to
be about 150 miles.
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