Re: Help with the given name "Kuna" (from Belarus) #belarus #names

David Gordon

Although she adopted the name Kate, since she came to the US late in life, she never learned English.  She lived with her daughter's family and spoke only Yiddish.  Best I can tell, she used Kate only for dealings with government entities.  Her gravestone gives her name in Hebrew as "Kuna [kaf/vov/nun/ayin] bat..."  Finally, though I am not sure why it is relevant, she paid the US consulate $1 for "document processing."

David Gordon
Evanston, IL
HORWITZ (Lapichi and Smolevichi, Belarus); GIBALOVITCH (Borisov); GORDON (Butrimonys); HURWITZ (Gomel)

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