I did skim the list as I have a relative who lived in Kamianets-Podilskyi but her name wasn't on the list. The name I have is Mania (or Manya) Horowitz (Gorovitz). She has sisters named Ida and Gussie/Katya (who is my great-grandmother) and a couple of children, one named Bronya (or Branka) and two referred to in letters as "Zhenechka" and "Zonechka".
I have an envelope somewhere in my files with Mania/Manya's handwriting but haven't had the time to dig it out and compare. I don't know Russian so even if I did dig out the letter it would be a challenge for me to try and compare.
SCVIRSCI, Zhivotov, Ukraine; WASHLIKOVSKY/WASHALKOWSKY, SATER, Bialystock, Poland;
LIFSHITS/LIFSHITZ, GOROVITZ, HOROVITZ, Lvov, Ukraine; Ufa and Moscow, Russia
YAGUDA, Albany, NY