Hello, it seems that Jeff Knisbacher, >from Baltimore, US, posted here
sometime ago. I tried the e-mail >from one of his posts but It seems it
changed. I'm looking after him because he seems to have connections to
Tzipershteyns/Sipersteins >from Khotin or nearby cities, in Ukraine.
Did anyone talk to him lately ?
Follows the information on my line:
I'm looking for any of the following variant spellings for families
living in USA who might recognize any of the following data:
- Origin: Bessarabia, either Moldova, Romania or Ukraine. Cities I am
aware one of them lived (my great-grandmother): Secureni, todays
- Names of the ones I am aware did immigrate to US:
Yakov Tsipershteyn z"l married Brani z"l, they are probably >from 1850.
- Pinye Tsipershteyn z"l
- one of Pinye's children, DAVID, emigrated to US,
married there, and had 2 children, as far as 1982.
- Itzik Tsipershteyn z"l
- Rivka Tsipershteyn z"l (my gg-mother)
- Moishe Tsipershteyn z"l
- Moishe may have married in US, and his child, an
american, got married also in US.
- Iossif Tsipershteyn z"l
- Had 3 children, all of them born in US and 2 of them
married in US, again, as far as 1982.
When I don't mention any name is simply because I don't have them.
Please, I noticed there are several Zipersteins in the white pages,
just to mention, so if this rings a bell to anyone don't hesitate to
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana,
Rio de Janeiro,
Ukraine (Sokiryany[Secureni], Ozeve[Ojeva], Briceva[Brischev]):
SCHECHTMAN, TSIPERSTEIN, BERENSTEIN, KOIFMAN, TRACHTENBERG, VAISENBERG
Remote connections, still of my interest:
BRANDT, SHOIKHET, BARAF, GUN, LAZAROVITS
List of names edited to 6 lines by moderator.