Connection between HOROWITZ and ABRAMOWITZ families-Novarodok/Hartford, Ct. #usa

Yonatan Ben-Ari

I am still trying to confirm a family connection between the HOROWITZ
and ABRAMOWITZ families from Novarodok. Both families, it seems left
Novarodok during the latter part of the 19th century when one
branch-Shimon HOROWITRZ came to Petach Tikva in Israel and another
branch went to Hartford, Ct. (Rabbi Isaac Simcha HOROWITZ -d.1936).

Many members of my ABRAMOWITZ family call the HOROWITZs from both
sides (Israel and USA) cousins. One of the HOROWITZ descendants
(Waxman) said to me that he had seen a family tree on which appeared
our ABRAMOWITZ but did not remember where and when it was.

What seems a possiblity is a family note stating that one of my
ABRAMOWITZ ancestors was a brother of Rabbi David-Rabbi of Novarodok
during the 19th cent. not family known to me-and that his son Moshe
married a HOROWITZ from Minsk and adopted that family name as his

I would like to make contact with any of the Horowitzs or descendants
of of the above Rabbi David (son of Moshe of Kletzk) who can possibly
confirm our connection.


Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


I would recommend that you contact the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford. ( jhsgh,org ) Rabbi Isaac Horowitz was a very prominent Rabbi in Hartford. The archives of the society may have some clues for you.

Steve Kleinman, Hartford, CT



We have corresponded previously on the Abramowitz side of the family, but I am not sure if I ever mentioned that New Haven also has a Jewish historical society.  There were several synagogues within a short distance of each other in New Haven in the early part of the 20th century and before. 
Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC