Palestine records from 19th and 20th centuries #belarus


Eric Mack
 

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State of Israel, >from the early 1800s thru the late 1900s.

Eric Mack,
Jerusalem

----- earlier posting ----
Subject: Brest-Litovsk, Palestine and Marseilles
From: Harry Auerbach <harry.geri@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2018 10:31:53 -0800

My grandfather was born, according to family lore, in Brest-Litovsk c.
1885. When he was very young, his mother took him to Palestine, where
she died, and he lived for some years in an orphanage, which I am
guessing was the Diskin Orphanage in Jerusalem. In 1903, he emigrated.
He evidently had some eye problem, for which he was quarantined in
Marseilles, before eventually landing in New York in 1904. I have been
able to find no documentary evidence of any of this. I would
appreciate any insight anyone might have regarding:emigration from
Brest-Litovsk to Palestine in the 1880's and 1890's; the Diskin
Orphanage, or quarantined emigrants in Marseilles at the turn of the
20th century. Thanks for any leads or hints.

Harry Auerbach
AUERBACH/MIRSKY (Brest Litovsk)
KOROBOV/NAHINSKY (Romny-Poltava)
GREENFELD/LEWKOWICZ (Lodz, Piortrokow Tribunalski)
RICE/MARGET (Vilnius)

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