Belarus SIG #Belarus DVOSKIN-DVOSHKIN-DVOSH #belarus


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For Myra Davis:
I have sent you the PECHERSKY and variants list already >from the
index. Just for information sake, I remember >from my ancient USY days, a
PECHARSKY family in Wisconsin, but do not know (no one knew about Jewish
genealogy back in the days of the dinosaurs) where they were originally
from.
DVOSKIN -- I did a check, sorry I forgot to do it before, here
are the results >from the index (including possible variations, such as
DUSHKIN and DVORKIN (which is being searched by Barbara Khait of New
Jersey). Again, the variations are important bcause of spelling mistakes
in the index, and mistakes in the recorder writing down the names:
I have starred the exact ones, but do not discount the other
variations.

1870: DUSHKIN, Yankel
DUSHKIN, Elia
1879: **DVOSHKIN, Shaya (this is probably the spelling you are looking
for, but not to discount other variations as well).
1880: DVORKIN, Itska-Evel, DYSHKIN, Afroim, DVORKIN Getsel, DUSHKIN
Yankel,
1881: DVORKIN Itska-Evel
1883: DYSHKIN AFROIM
1884-11889 are lumped together, probably a glitch in the disk:
DVORKIN Getsel, DVORKIN Itska-Essel, **DVOSH Khaim-Sendor,
**DVOSHKIN Shaya, DVORKIN Gats, DVORKIN Itska-Evel, DVORKIN
Mikhel-Simon, DVORKIN Dovid, DUSHKIN Leibam DUSHKIN Yankel, DRUKIN
Shloma, DVORKIN Gats, DVORKIN Itska-Evel, DVORKIN
Mikhel-Simon DVORKIN Dovid, DVORKIN Itska-Evel, DVORKIN
Movsha-Yankel, DOROVSKI Fishel
1890: **DVOSHKIN Leiba, DVODKIN Movsha-Yankel
1891: DAREVSKI Fishel, DVORKIN Ruvin
1893: DVORKIN Getsel (twins), DAREVSKI Fishel.

As you can see there are several DVOSHKIN which is probably the exact
name you are looking for.
Again, the index is >from Roll 5 of the seven-roll series of
Mogilev Crown Rabbinate Records, filmed by LDS, available at FHC. The
record is of births of baby boys, 1864-1894 (although not all letters of
the alphabet are complete for these years), listed by father's name. The
presence of a family name in this index for a boy's birth, means the
searcher should access the full seven-roll series, for girl's births,
marriages, deaths, divorces, etc. AGain, these records are a goldmine for
those >from Mogilev or the surrounding areas, as many of the Mogilev
families had other family members in shtetls and villages around Mogilev
city -- some close enough to be included in the records, some included
because of family prominence, others because of business or other
reasons.
Good luck.Let me know how you progress.
Schelly Talalay Dardashti
dardasht@ix.netcom.com



the city of MOgilev and according to my

grandfather's death certificate he was born in Bykhov and my father and
grandmother was born in Mogilev. I am researching the names of DVOSKIN,
and PETCHERSKY
Thanks,
Myra Davis
myrabokpg@juno.com
Tucson, AZ

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