Given names Moszek and Motel #general


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In a message dated 9/11/2006 1:03:39 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
GRTuckman@msn.com writes:

<< My third great grandfather's death record in Lublin, Poland indicates he
was survived by a son, Moszek BLONES, born and living in Lublin. I can find no
records on Moszek, but I am able to easily trace Motel BLONES. Can the
given names Motzek and Motel be considered one and the same? >>

==Moszek is a form of Mosheh
==Motek is a form of Mordecai, as is Motel

==It is neither axiomatic nor on the other hand, unreasonable for a Moszek
to be known later in life as Motel

Michael Bernet, New York


Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@...>
 

On Mon, 11 Sep 2006 17:11:11 UTC, GRTuckman@msn.com (Greg Tuckman) wrote:

My third great grandfather's death record in Lublin, Poland indicates he was
survived by a son, Moszek BLONES, born and living in Lublin. I can find no
records on Moszek, but I am able to easily trace Motel BLONES. Can the
given names Motzek and Motel be considered one and the same? Thanks for
your help.
Greg Tuckman
Tempe, AZ USA
"Moszek" is almost certainly "Moshe"; "Motel" is more likely "Mordekhai", a
different BLONES.

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

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My third great grandfather's death record in Lublin, Poland indicates he was
survived by a son, Moszek BLONES, born and living in Lublin. I can find no
records on Moszek, but I am able to easily trace Motel BLONES. Can the
given names Motzek and Motel be considered one and the same? Thanks for
your help.
Greg Tuckman
Tempe, AZ USA