A place called Nadaboivetz ??? - Said to have been near Hotin #general
Scott Schultz <scottaschultz@...>
Dear Avrumi,toggle quoted message Show quoted text
I do not know of any town by that name... exactly. There is, however, a
place that could be the city you are looking for.
My maternal grandmother (my mother's mother) and great grandmother (her
mother) were born in the tiny little village of Dereshova (called Deresheva
here on JewishGen). This village is about 176 miles southwest of Kyiv or
about 70 miles southwest of the regional capital of Vinnitsa. My great
grandmother was one of three sisters born in this town and her two sisters
both married gentlemen >from the nearby town of Verbovetz. Verbovetz less
than a 10 minute drive >from Dereshova which means that our ancestors could
have easily walked this distance or used a horse-drawn wagon to get there.
The thing that leads me to believe that this could be the city you are
looking for is that Verbovetz is about 37 miles north of Sokiryani. There is
a town called Khotyn about 45 miles southwest of Verbovetz just across the
border of what was then called Bessarabia (now Moldova).
My wife and I were in Dereshova this past summer 2008 and even though we did
not go into Verbovetz proper, I do have a picture of the sign for the city
and a distant shot of the valley where it lies.
This information is strictly conjecture and I offer it only as my opinion
and it is worth exactly what it cost you!
Good luck in your search,
JewishGen Researcher #188546
See pictures of our trip at http://www.ukrainepilgrimage.com/
----- Original Message -----
From: "Avrumi Szyja" <avreimale@...>
To: "Ukraine SIG" <ukraine@...>
Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2009 4:28 AM
Subject: [ukraine] A place called Nadaboivetz ??? - Said to have been near
Avraham Y. Kahana
I learned recently that my great grandfather was a Shochet first in a place called
Nadaboivetz or something like that, before moving to Sokiryany and exercising the
Did anyone ever hear of this place before ?
Thanks in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
KANO [Zychlin, Wiskitki, Granica, Gniewoszow], KAHANA [Wladyslawow]SOCHACZEWSKI
[Lodz], SZCZUCINER/SZCECINER [Wyszogrod], SKROBEK, MANDELBAUM,AJZENBERG
[Wyszogrod], HORCHSTEIN/HORCHSZTAJN [Warszawa],CUKIERKORN [Wiskitki, Warszawa]
GIVERTS and FRAIMAN[Kishinev(Chisinau), Kalarash(Calarasi)] ROZMARIN, SCHECHTMAN
[Sokiryany(Secureni)], BERENSHTEYN [Sokiryany, Briceva], TZIPERSHTEYN [Lipcani,
Kitay Gorod], KOIFMAN, TRACHTENBERG, VAISENBERG, BARAFF [Romankovsty/Romancauti]
Avrumi Kahane wrote:
I learned recently that my great grandfather was a Shochet first in aPlace is known currently as Nedoboyevtsy in Ukrainian Location at 4826
2621, about 8 miles WSW >from Hotin in Podolia, close to Bukovina and Moldova
(ex Bessarabia) borders.
Other known town Moldavian and Ukrainian names are: Nedebeutsy, Nedabauti,
Nedoboutsy, and some maps displaying also: Nedoboivici