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Whittingham College #general

David Romney <romney@...>
 

I attended this college (in Surrenden Road, Hove, if I remember correctly)
as a boarder when I was a child >from 1945 to 1947, so it was certainly still
open then. The Headmaster at the time was called Mr. Halevy and the
Assistant Headmaster was Mr. Beale. We wore pale blue caps with a badge.
Perhaps I was too small to appreciate the school at the time but my memories
of it are uniformly negative. There were a number of children who were
always trying to run away. One of them, who was even smaller than me, was a
great escape artist and often made it as far as London before he was
eventually caught and brought back. I was withdrawn >from the school after
my brother, who was also there, caught jaundice and we were both driven back
home to Bournemouth in a taxi.

I don't think the school was closed down (by the Home Office?) till the
fifties. I would be pleased to hear >from other Old Whittinghamians to share
their experiences with them.

David Romney

London cemeteries #general

Gailcopela@...
 

My GGF died in London in 1937. Which cemetery might he have been buried in?
Also, a great aunt (one of my GGF's daughters) died in 1920, also in London.
Again, which cemetery might she have been buried in? (My GGF had emigrated
from Lithuania in the 1880s/90s.)
Gail Copeland
Thornhill, ON Canada

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Whittingham College #general

David Romney <romney@...>
 

I attended this college (in Surrenden Road, Hove, if I remember correctly)
as a boarder when I was a child >from 1945 to 1947, so it was certainly still
open then. The Headmaster at the time was called Mr. Halevy and the
Assistant Headmaster was Mr. Beale. We wore pale blue caps with a badge.
Perhaps I was too small to appreciate the school at the time but my memories
of it are uniformly negative. There were a number of children who were
always trying to run away. One of them, who was even smaller than me, was a
great escape artist and often made it as far as London before he was
eventually caught and brought back. I was withdrawn >from the school after
my brother, who was also there, caught jaundice and we were both driven back
home to Bournemouth in a taxi.

I don't think the school was closed down (by the Home Office?) till the
fifties. I would be pleased to hear >from other Old Whittinghamians to share
their experiences with them.

David Romney

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen London cemeteries #general

Gailcopela@...
 

My GGF died in London in 1937. Which cemetery might he have been buried in?
Also, a great aunt (one of my GGF's daughters) died in 1920, also in London.
Again, which cemetery might she have been buried in? (My GGF had emigrated
from Lithuania in the 1880s/90s.)
Gail Copeland
Thornhill, ON Canada

Re: New Subscriber Intro #belarus

LOGAN M LOCKABEY <LOGANISJUDD@...>
 

Dear Mr. Brill:

A great majority of my family came >from Vitebsk, with some >from the nearby
Polotsk.

I am answering your message because many people in my family were in the
lumber business and in one case a relative built wooden railway cars.

The surname I am researching is Zatkin, which was also spelled Zadkin,
Satkin, Sadkin, and Tzadkin. Many of the Zatkin family members who were in
the lumber business lived in Vitebsk and came to the USA in 1903 and settled
in Passaic, NJ. In one case there was a SCHLOMIE ZATKIN who built wooden
railway cars in and near Vitebsk. OSSIP ZADKIN was also born in Vitebsk and
he became a famous artist. Much of his work was sculpture out of wood.

If this is of any use to you in your searching please let me know.

Logan M. Lockabey
Tzuri Shadai ben Avraham


David Brill Wrote:

My BRILL and ABRAMSON families originated in Vitebsk Guberniya. The
BRILL family was >from the town of Usv'aty (Usvat), about 40 km NE of
Vitebsk. The town of Usv'aty is nowadays in Russia, but close to the
Belarus border. I'm interested in *any* material pertaining to Usv'aty.
Many of my family members were carpenters, or involved in lumber trading.

Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: New Subscriber Intro #belarus

LOGAN M LOCKABEY <LOGANISJUDD@...>
 

Dear Mr. Brill:

A great majority of my family came >from Vitebsk, with some >from the nearby
Polotsk.

I am answering your message because many people in my family were in the
lumber business and in one case a relative built wooden railway cars.

The surname I am researching is Zatkin, which was also spelled Zadkin,
Satkin, Sadkin, and Tzadkin. Many of the Zatkin family members who were in
the lumber business lived in Vitebsk and came to the USA in 1903 and settled
in Passaic, NJ. In one case there was a SCHLOMIE ZATKIN who built wooden
railway cars in and near Vitebsk. OSSIP ZADKIN was also born in Vitebsk and
he became a famous artist. Much of his work was sculpture out of wood.

If this is of any use to you in your searching please let me know.

Logan M. Lockabey
Tzuri Shadai ben Avraham


David Brill Wrote:

My BRILL and ABRAMSON families originated in Vitebsk Guberniya. The
BRILL family was >from the town of Usv'aty (Usvat), about 40 km NE of
Vitebsk. The town of Usv'aty is nowadays in Russia, but close to the
Belarus border. I'm interested in *any* material pertaining to Usv'aty.
Many of my family members were carpenters, or involved in lumber trading.

Re: LA Cemeteries #general

Alan H. Rosen
 

Seth Blau asked about cemeteries in Los Angeles.....
I have a relative who died in Los Angeles in the early 1920s. Does anyone
know if there were many Jewish cemeteries in LA at that time?
Seth, if you know the date of death, you can get the death certificate. That will give you the name of the cemetery. If you do not know the exact date, you can check the California Death Index, which is available at local libraries in California. If you do not live in California, I will be glad to look up the name in the Death Index for you.

Alan Rosen

-------------------------------------
For vital records in California write to:

Department of Health Services
Office of the Registrar of Vital Statistics
304 S Street
P. O. Box 730241
Sacramento, California 94244-0241
(916)445-2684

Births $13.00
Marriages $13.00
Divorces $13.00
Deaths $9.00

If exact date is not known, an additional fee will be charged for each 10
years searched.
Make check payable to: Office of Vital Records and Statistics.

Alan H. Rosen <rachelkin@...>
Carmel Highlands, California

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: LA Cemeteries #general

Alan H. Rosen
 

Seth Blau asked about cemeteries in Los Angeles.....
I have a relative who died in Los Angeles in the early 1920s. Does anyone
know if there were many Jewish cemeteries in LA at that time?
Seth, if you know the date of death, you can get the death certificate. That will give you the name of the cemetery. If you do not know the exact date, you can check the California Death Index, which is available at local libraries in California. If you do not live in California, I will be glad to look up the name in the Death Index for you.

Alan Rosen

-------------------------------------
For vital records in California write to:

Department of Health Services
Office of the Registrar of Vital Statistics
304 S Street
P. O. Box 730241
Sacramento, California 94244-0241
(916)445-2684

Births $13.00
Marriages $13.00
Divorces $13.00
Deaths $9.00

If exact date is not known, an additional fee will be charged for each 10
years searched.
Make check payable to: Office of Vital Records and Statistics.

Alan H. Rosen <rachelkin@...>
Carmel Highlands, California

Barbara Yeager -- e-mail problems (again!) #general

Barbara and Marty Yeager <Barbara-and-Marty@...>
 

I have been having e-mail problems for the last few days.

Therefore, if you sent me a message to either barbara-and-marty@... or
barbarayeager@... in the last week or so and I have not responded, please
resend. Please type in my address rather than auto-reply.
Please cc your message to dinka@...
Thank you very much. I apologize for any inconvenience.

Barbara Yeager

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Barbara Yeager -- e-mail problems (again!) #general

Barbara and Marty Yeager <Barbara-and-Marty@...>
 

I have been having e-mail problems for the last few days.

Therefore, if you sent me a message to either barbara-and-marty@... or
barbarayeager@... in the last week or so and I have not responded, please
resend. Please type in my address rather than auto-reply.
Please cc your message to dinka@...
Thank you very much. I apologize for any inconvenience.

Barbara Yeager

Re: Moghilev #belarus

Lsfolks@...
 

Can someone help me get into the files. Every address I have found gives me
a 404 error, and says not found. Any help would be appreciated.

My mother's family all came >from Moghilev, and immigated to the United States.
The family all lved in Chicago. Their name was Singer. Originally Singhouse
or Zinghouse. Also Chernetsky and Wartlieb.

Thank you for any help.

Francyne Trackman

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Francyne, what files are your referring to? If you are
talking about the JewishGen files, the JewishGen server was "down" three or
four days because of telphone line problems. Try it again now.

Brody records at YIVO - look up please #general

Kohanski, Dorothy D. <dkohanski@...>
 

YIVO has informed me that there are records, including emigrant lists,
of the Alliance Israelite materials pertaining to Brody for the 1870s -
1880s. Record Group 406. Is there anyone in the New York area (who may
also be interested in this information) who could take a look at that
list for me before September 15? YIVO is packing to move then and will
be closed until late spring 1999?

Names of interest are Solomon, Joseph, Moshe DILLER or DELLAR or some
variation of that; SAVRANSKY, RUVENSKY. GERTZMAN.

Dorothy Kohanski
Laguna Hills, CA dkohanski@... or dkohanski@...

Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Moghilev #belarus

Lsfolks@...
 

Can someone help me get into the files. Every address I have found gives me
a 404 error, and says not found. Any help would be appreciated.

My mother's family all came >from Moghilev, and immigated to the United States.
The family all lved in Chicago. Their name was Singer. Originally Singhouse
or Zinghouse. Also Chernetsky and Wartlieb.

Thank you for any help.

Francyne Trackman

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Francyne, what files are your referring to? If you are
talking about the JewishGen files, the JewishGen server was "down" three or
four days because of telphone line problems. Try it again now.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Brody records at YIVO - look up please #general

Kohanski, Dorothy D. <dkohanski@...>
 

YIVO has informed me that there are records, including emigrant lists,
of the Alliance Israelite materials pertaining to Brody for the 1870s -
1880s. Record Group 406. Is there anyone in the New York area (who may
also be interested in this information) who could take a look at that
list for me before September 15? YIVO is packing to move then and will
be closed until late spring 1999?

Names of interest are Solomon, Joseph, Moshe DILLER or DELLAR or some
variation of that; SAVRANSKY, RUVENSKY. GERTZMAN.

Dorothy Kohanski
Laguna Hills, CA dkohanski@... or dkohanski@...

Re: Gorodeya #belarus

C & D Oppenheim <oppenhei@...>
 

Dear Issie,
I, too, have FEIN family >from the same area. I know that some of my
Fein relations were born in Kaputla, now called Kopyl', which is less than
30 miles (45 km) >from Gorodeya, in a SouthEast direction.
My great-great-grandmother was Celia Fein. She married Hyman or
Samuel COHEN - (sometimes he is called Hyman Samuel and other times Samuel
Hyman). They had 4 children that I know of: Bernhard (my great-grandfather),
Lena, Mollie and Jacob (not necessarily in that order). Celia's brother was
Moses, who was, according to census records, said to be born in Minsk.
Moses married Gertrude (last name unkown) and had 4 children that I know of:
Solomon, Abraham, Meyer and Mollie (again, Mollie is out of birth order).
Only Mollie was married in Europe - to Joseph MEISEL. Solomon and Abraham
both said on census records that they were born in Kopyl', while I believe
that my own direct ancestors were probably born in Minsk. They say "Minsk"
on some documents, but I do not know for sure if that is the city or
district of Minsk. I have extensive information about these branches of the
family. All of the children of Celia Fein Cohen and Moses Cohen seem to have
emigrated to Milwaukee, WI. , and some moved >from there to other locations.
Solomon and possibly others, stopped in Chicago en route to Milwaukee. Moses
Fein was in Milwaukee for at least a short time (in 1895) to celebrate his
65th birthday - he was presented with a watch that is named and dated and
placed, and still in the family.
I do not have European records for anyone in this family - all my
information comes >from US documents and some private records. I am under the
impression, however, that the name Fein, at least in pre-turn-of-
the-century US, was not common.

I am eager to hear if this connects with any information you have
about your Fein ancestors. I did not quite understand about the possiblity
of a name change >from Popak.
Best regards,

Claire Oppenheim,
British Columbia, Canada.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please see my separate posting on FEIN.

Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Gorodeya #belarus

C & D Oppenheim <oppenhei@...>
 

Dear Issie,
I, too, have FEIN family >from the same area. I know that some of my
Fein relations were born in Kaputla, now called Kopyl', which is less than
30 miles (45 km) >from Gorodeya, in a SouthEast direction.
My great-great-grandmother was Celia Fein. She married Hyman or
Samuel COHEN - (sometimes he is called Hyman Samuel and other times Samuel
Hyman). They had 4 children that I know of: Bernhard (my great-grandfather),
Lena, Mollie and Jacob (not necessarily in that order). Celia's brother was
Moses, who was, according to census records, said to be born in Minsk.
Moses married Gertrude (last name unkown) and had 4 children that I know of:
Solomon, Abraham, Meyer and Mollie (again, Mollie is out of birth order).
Only Mollie was married in Europe - to Joseph MEISEL. Solomon and Abraham
both said on census records that they were born in Kopyl', while I believe
that my own direct ancestors were probably born in Minsk. They say "Minsk"
on some documents, but I do not know for sure if that is the city or
district of Minsk. I have extensive information about these branches of the
family. All of the children of Celia Fein Cohen and Moses Cohen seem to have
emigrated to Milwaukee, WI. , and some moved >from there to other locations.
Solomon and possibly others, stopped in Chicago en route to Milwaukee. Moses
Fein was in Milwaukee for at least a short time (in 1895) to celebrate his
65th birthday - he was presented with a watch that is named and dated and
placed, and still in the family.
I do not have European records for anyone in this family - all my
information comes >from US documents and some private records. I am under the
impression, however, that the name Fein, at least in pre-turn-of-
the-century US, was not common.

I am eager to hear if this connects with any information you have
about your Fein ancestors. I did not quite understand about the possiblity
of a name change >from Popak.
Best regards,

Claire Oppenheim,
British Columbia, Canada.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please see my separate posting on FEIN.

FEIN (FAJN) Minsk District 1907 Voter List #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

There have been several postings about the surname FEIN >from the Minsk
District. My GGG grandmother was Leba FEIN (FAJN) who married Yosel
TSIVIN. I obtained these names >from the 1838 birth record (found in FHC
film number 1,920,792) of my GG grandfather Moshe Aharon TSIVIN. The
birth record indicates that my GG gf was born in Minsk (city), but I have
not documentation to say whether Leba FEIN and Yosel TSIVIN were born in
Minsk city. Several years ago I contracted with Alexander Beider (author
of "A Dictionary of Jewish Surnames >from The Russian Empire) to provide
me with FEIN names >from the 1907 Minsk District Voter List. I am sure
this list with the members of the Belarus SIG. If some finds a family
member on this list I would be most interested to leaning of this.

Also, if other readers of this group have also obtained names >from
Alexander Beider, I hope you will consider sharing that data on this
discussion group. Perhaps we can add all these names to the All Belarus
Database.

********************
from the 1907 Voter List of the Minsk District
Obtained >from Alexander Beider

FAJN (= FEIN) in the Minsk District:

Abram Meerovich (Abraham, son of Meir)
Abram Khaimovich (Abraham, son of Chaim)
Leyba Khimovichy (Leib, son of Chaim)
Leyb Gdaliya (Leib Gedaliah)
Borukh Leybovich (Baruch, son of Leib)
Tsalka Abramovich (Betzalel, son of Abraham)
Movsha Yoselevich (Moses, son of Joseph)
Vulf Borukhovich (Wulf, son of Baruch)
Gershum Elievich (Gershon, son of Elia)
Yevel Elievich (Jeil, son of Elia)
Yosel Yevelevich (Joseph, son of Joel)
Kushel Yoselevich (Yekuthiel, son of Joseph)
Girsh Movshevich (Hirsch, son of Moses)
Itska Gershenovich (Isaac, son of Gershon)
Movsha Abramovich (Moses, son of Abraham)
Ovsey Getselevich (Joshua, son of Goetz)
Osher Yudelevich (Asher, son of Juda)
Simkha Leybovich (Simcha, son of Leib)
Gaybish Berkovich (Geivish, son of Ber)
Shlioma Leybovich (Solomon, son of Leiv)
El Leybovich (Elia, son of Leib)
Yudel Movshevich (Juda, son of Moses)

Please keep in mind that only men could vote in 1907.
Not all men could vote. Therefore, this list of FEINS
should not be construed to be a complete list of those FEINS
who resided in the Minsk District in 1907.
****************************



David M. Fox
fox@...
Arnold, MD
Belarus SIG Co-Coordinator

JOIN THE BELARUS SIG
<http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/>

Researching: Minsk: TSIVIN (SIVIN), RABINOWITZ, HURWITZ, FEIN
Mogilev & NYC: SCHENDEROFF (OV), TSIVIN, SHER, FYTELSON
Rogachev(BYL) & NYC: FYTELSON (FEITELSON), TELSON, COHEN
Popielniki, Dzurow, Banila (UKR): FUCHS, HUDES, MECHLAWICZ,

TISCHLER, LOBEL, LABALVITCH

Belarus SIG #Belarus FEIN (FAJN) Minsk District 1907 Voter List #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

There have been several postings about the surname FEIN >from the Minsk
District. My GGG grandmother was Leba FEIN (FAJN) who married Yosel
TSIVIN. I obtained these names >from the 1838 birth record (found in FHC
film number 1,920,792) of my GG grandfather Moshe Aharon TSIVIN. The
birth record indicates that my GG gf was born in Minsk (city), but I have
not documentation to say whether Leba FEIN and Yosel TSIVIN were born in
Minsk city. Several years ago I contracted with Alexander Beider (author
of "A Dictionary of Jewish Surnames >from The Russian Empire) to provide
me with FEIN names >from the 1907 Minsk District Voter List. I am sure
this list with the members of the Belarus SIG. If some finds a family
member on this list I would be most interested to leaning of this.

Also, if other readers of this group have also obtained names >from
Alexander Beider, I hope you will consider sharing that data on this
discussion group. Perhaps we can add all these names to the All Belarus
Database.

********************
from the 1907 Voter List of the Minsk District
Obtained >from Alexander Beider

FAJN (= FEIN) in the Minsk District:

Abram Meerovich (Abraham, son of Meir)
Abram Khaimovich (Abraham, son of Chaim)
Leyba Khimovichy (Leib, son of Chaim)
Leyb Gdaliya (Leib Gedaliah)
Borukh Leybovich (Baruch, son of Leib)
Tsalka Abramovich (Betzalel, son of Abraham)
Movsha Yoselevich (Moses, son of Joseph)
Vulf Borukhovich (Wulf, son of Baruch)
Gershum Elievich (Gershon, son of Elia)
Yevel Elievich (Jeil, son of Elia)
Yosel Yevelevich (Joseph, son of Joel)
Kushel Yoselevich (Yekuthiel, son of Joseph)
Girsh Movshevich (Hirsch, son of Moses)
Itska Gershenovich (Isaac, son of Gershon)
Movsha Abramovich (Moses, son of Abraham)
Ovsey Getselevich (Joshua, son of Goetz)
Osher Yudelevich (Asher, son of Juda)
Simkha Leybovich (Simcha, son of Leib)
Gaybish Berkovich (Geivish, son of Ber)
Shlioma Leybovich (Solomon, son of Leiv)
El Leybovich (Elia, son of Leib)
Yudel Movshevich (Juda, son of Moses)

Please keep in mind that only men could vote in 1907.
Not all men could vote. Therefore, this list of FEINS
should not be construed to be a complete list of those FEINS
who resided in the Minsk District in 1907.
****************************



David M. Fox
fox@...
Arnold, MD
Belarus SIG Co-Coordinator

JOIN THE BELARUS SIG
<http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/>

Researching: Minsk: TSIVIN (SIVIN), RABINOWITZ, HURWITZ, FEIN
Mogilev & NYC: SCHENDEROFF (OV), TSIVIN, SHER, FYTELSON
Rogachev(BYL) & NYC: FYTELSON (FEITELSON), TELSON, COHEN
Popielniki, Dzurow, Banila (UKR): FUCHS, HUDES, MECHLAWICZ,

TISCHLER, LOBEL, LABALVITCH

Stolbtsy, Minsk gubernia #belarus

Vcharny@...
 

Below is Jewish surname list >from Stolbtsy of Minsk uyezd,
Minsk gubernia. I extracted the records >from next records sets
available on microfilms through LDS FHC:
Revision list of 1811,
death records 1860-1864
birth record of 1860.

Later I will add revision of 1816-1818 and any other become
available.

The names I transliterated >from Russian.

" * " - represented couple close spelling.
" ' " - mean softness of previous consonant.

Aginsky, Altman, Aronchik, Asinsky?, Barsuk, Bas
Be(i?)rger, Belnik , Berkovich, Berman, Brukhansky, Charna
Danishevsky, Darevsky , Dokor, Drukar, Elkin, Esterkin
Fain, Frakin, Fusta, Ganter, Garoder, Gartbein
Gershenovich, Girtovich, Gleser, Glusky, Godel', Grinspan
Grinvald, Grunas, Gukhman, Gurvich, Inzelbukh* , Ivenetsky
Ivinsky, Kachov* , Kagan*, Kalarovsky, Kantorov, Kanzbor
Kaplan, Kaplun, Kermin, Khait*, Kharkhurin, Khlusky
Kitaevich, Klushchin, Klyachuk, Kogon, Konik, Koval
Kravets*, Krupernik, Kukes, Kules, Kulesh , Kumok
Kumok, Kus'ka, Kutovsky , Lazovsky, Lerner, Levin
Lorin, Lubchik, Makhtey, Malbin* , Malby, Manushevich
Margolin, Marovich, Matushevich, Maz?, Melamed, Menaker
Mikhelevich, Miltsizon, Minsky, Mirsky, Mosovich?, Movtunik?
Naifeld, Nesvizhsky, Novinker, Oginsky, Okun', Oleinik
Pales, Panes, Perelman, Potsik, Prech?, Pronin
Prushinovsky, Prusilovsky, Prusin, Rabinovich, Rakhlin, Reisher
Riser, Riyser, Rozovsky* , Rozumbun, Rubin, Rubinchik
Rubinok, Ruditsky, Rudnitsky, Rudy, Rudzensky, Rukes
Rusak, Sagalovich, Serkin, Shafira, Shalter, Shapira
Shemetsitsky* , Shevelson, Shima, Shimenovich, Shimes, Shmerkovich
Shmusky, Shulkin, Shulsky, Shuster*, Shvartsbord, Soris
Spekter, Srebnik, Stasok?, Stelmakh, Styrin, Tabrinsky?
Tauba, Tomashov, Tsirinsky, Tsirulik*, Tulik?, Tunik
Turovich, Vainer, Vigodner, Vilentsin, Yaikhel', Yonikh
Zadvory*, Zalkin, Zavemekh, Zlotin, Zlotnev*,

I am sorry for possible errors.

Vitaly Charny
Birmingham, AL

Belarus SIG #Belarus Stolbtsy, Minsk gubernia #belarus

Vcharny@...
 

Below is Jewish surname list >from Stolbtsy of Minsk uyezd,
Minsk gubernia. I extracted the records >from next records sets
available on microfilms through LDS FHC:
Revision list of 1811,
death records 1860-1864
birth record of 1860.

Later I will add revision of 1816-1818 and any other become
available.

The names I transliterated >from Russian.

" * " - represented couple close spelling.
" ' " - mean softness of previous consonant.

Aginsky, Altman, Aronchik, Asinsky?, Barsuk, Bas
Be(i?)rger, Belnik , Berkovich, Berman, Brukhansky, Charna
Danishevsky, Darevsky , Dokor, Drukar, Elkin, Esterkin
Fain, Frakin, Fusta, Ganter, Garoder, Gartbein
Gershenovich, Girtovich, Gleser, Glusky, Godel', Grinspan
Grinvald, Grunas, Gukhman, Gurvich, Inzelbukh* , Ivenetsky
Ivinsky, Kachov* , Kagan*, Kalarovsky, Kantorov, Kanzbor
Kaplan, Kaplun, Kermin, Khait*, Kharkhurin, Khlusky
Kitaevich, Klushchin, Klyachuk, Kogon, Konik, Koval
Kravets*, Krupernik, Kukes, Kules, Kulesh , Kumok
Kumok, Kus'ka, Kutovsky , Lazovsky, Lerner, Levin
Lorin, Lubchik, Makhtey, Malbin* , Malby, Manushevich
Margolin, Marovich, Matushevich, Maz?, Melamed, Menaker
Mikhelevich, Miltsizon, Minsky, Mirsky, Mosovich?, Movtunik?
Naifeld, Nesvizhsky, Novinker, Oginsky, Okun', Oleinik
Pales, Panes, Perelman, Potsik, Prech?, Pronin
Prushinovsky, Prusilovsky, Prusin, Rabinovich, Rakhlin, Reisher
Riser, Riyser, Rozovsky* , Rozumbun, Rubin, Rubinchik
Rubinok, Ruditsky, Rudnitsky, Rudy, Rudzensky, Rukes
Rusak, Sagalovich, Serkin, Shafira, Shalter, Shapira
Shemetsitsky* , Shevelson, Shima, Shimenovich, Shimes, Shmerkovich
Shmusky, Shulkin, Shulsky, Shuster*, Shvartsbord, Soris
Spekter, Srebnik, Stasok?, Stelmakh, Styrin, Tabrinsky?
Tauba, Tomashov, Tsirinsky, Tsirulik*, Tulik?, Tunik
Turovich, Vainer, Vigodner, Vilentsin, Yaikhel', Yonikh
Zadvory*, Zalkin, Zavemekh, Zlotin, Zlotnev*,

I am sorry for possible errors.

Vitaly Charny
Birmingham, AL