I have known for some time that my grandmother Eva BOYARSKY FREEDMAN
came to the U.S. (as Reisel BOJARSKI) with her brother Ben and a woman
named Taube BOJARSKI. The year was 1898, the ship Frederich de Grosse,
Bremen-N.Y. Children named Braine and Hanne were also on the same ship.
I have also known that another brother of my gm, Harry, worked in E.
Boston with an Isydor BOYARSKY. Isydor was naturalized in Boston, but
filed his declaration of intention in N.Y.
Tonight, on the 1900 N.Y. census Soundex film, I found the family of
Samuel and "Taub" BOYARSKY living at 15 Rutgers Place, N.Y. Their
children were Benjamin (not my gm's brother!), "Isador", Rebecca, Celia,
Rose, Annie. Isydor's birthday matches the one on the later naturalization.
Does anyone know these people? If so, we are cousins on some level. By
the way, my gm's brother Harry eventually moved to Winthrop, MA, and I
know some of you are related to Winthrop BOYARSKYs (and POPKINs/PUPKOs).
Sheesh, I gotta get a life!
Sue Seales, North Carolina
researching: BOYARSKY/Grodno and Lida
ZELENY (ZELINSKY?)/Bershad,Ukraine ROZINSKY/Balta