Re: Spindler- Grondo #belarus #russia #records


Richard Sperber
 

Hi Art,

I have been working with an archive researcher from Belarus and he recently sent me the extract below of a record he found in Belarus's central archives.  He sent it to me because the woman mentioned, Feyga Badash, and my great grandmother Chana Badash, were sisters (Movsha Badash being my g-g-grandfather).  I thought you might be interested as Feyga's husband Mordukh Shpindler, being from Grodno and born about 1869, may well be a brother or first cousin of your g-g-grandfather Alexander.

1894. Personal information of residents from foreign passport applications, Grodno guberniya.

April 15: Mordukh son of Neakh Shpindler, 25 years old; Jewish petty bourgeois from town Grodno, and his wife Feyga daughter of Movsha Badash, 22 years old applied for a foreign passport for a trip to abroad. He requested to send his passport to town Belsk, Walkovysskaya  Street, Kaplan’s house.

Fond 1/24/1184

I hope this information helps in you in your Spindler research.  Maybe Neakh Shpindler, who was probably born in the 1840s or so, is a direct ancestor of yours!

Continued luck in your searchers,

Rich Sperber

 

 

Researching:

SPERBER, JOLLES, SCHONHEIT (Western Ukraine)

ROSCH, KRELL, NEUFELD (Western, Ukraine)

SEGALOWICH (SIEGEL in U.S.), BADASH, (Belarus)
AZERNITSKY (EISNER in U.S.), SAPOZHNIK (Belarus)

LERER, FIDELMAN, MALAMED (Eastern Poland & Warsaw)

BERLINSKY, GOLDWEBER, BUCHBINDER (Eastern Poland)

 

 

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