Re: Early History of Chereya #belarus

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On Fri, Jun 24, 2005 at 02:06 PM, Dorothy Agronick <j-dagronick@...> wrote:
Anyone interested in the history of Chereya is most welcome to contact me
privately.

This remote village was the birthplace of my grandfather, Hirsh Agronik,
born about 1860. Information about this old, surprisingly historical
community has been difficult to find, until recently.

Joe Agronick
Rancho Palos Verdes, California

 On Fri, Jun 24, 2005 at 02:06 PM, Dorothy Agronick <j-dagronick@...> wrote:
Anyone interested in the history of Chereya is most welcome to contact me
privately.

This remote village was the birthplace of my grandfather, Hirsh Agronik,
born about 1860. Information about this old, surprisingly historical
community has been difficult to find, until recently.

Joe Agronick
Rancho Palos Verdes, California

 Hello, 
thanks for your post.
Interested in Cereja where 2 of the ancestors of my wife where born. (ailready sent to JG in 2003)
Dvossia Roubine Couzniet born March or May 15th 1891 in Cereja. (Father Jankel, mother Anne?). Died 1979 in Strasbourg (France). 
Faibish Fourman born again March or May 15th 1890; Disappeared after WW1 (In fact seems to have prefered his nurse to his wife) die in Paris in the 80's. Legend in family, "he died at war", but we discovered  late that his son became french in 1920 due to the acquisition of the french nationality by his father!
Son was Albert Fourman, born in Tolocin, 30 km from Cereja, born 1910, again March or May 15th. Die in Strasbourg, January 88. Faibish and Dvossia emeigrated to France, around 1912.
Truly yours
Jean-Pierre Lambert, president historical society of jews, Alsace and Lorraine, specialized in medieval archeology.

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