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Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Posted: 6 Sep 2005 4:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 18 Jan 2006 3:13AM GMT
Surnames: SIEBEL, TSIBULEVSKY, POBERESKY, POBER, DASHEVSKY
I have roots to Elizavetgrad/ Elisabethgrad / Yelisabetgrad / Kirovograd (and surrounding areas of Novoukrainka, Bobrinets, Uman, etc. in Kherson oblast, Ukraine, Russia) Jewish surnames: TSIEBELEVSKY / SIEBELEWSKY / SIEBEL, POBERESKY / POBER / POBERJESKY, DASHEVSKY / DASHEWSKY, TROTSKY, RUBEL, KOVINOVSKY, FULNEROW / FELZEROW, BRODZKY, BUDNECHENKO / CHANKO, BARSKY, RADNITZ, GUMBERG, CODEN, etc. My lines ended up in Manhattan, Bronx and Brooklyn, NY.

LOVE to exchange info. Lots of photos.

Re: Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Posted: 17 Oct 2005 2:25AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 18 Jan 2006 3:13AM GMT
Surnames: NEMAROVSKY, BONOFF, RUBIN
P.S. Also NEMAROVSKY / NEMEROVSKY / NEMER, I think, BONOFF, and RUBIN.

Re: Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Irene Kudish (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jul 2006 3:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am an independent researcher-genealogist-translator who provides genealogical assistance in different archives. Presently I live in Tel-Aviv, Israel. In Jerusalem there is Archives of History of Jewish people that I visited last week. I found there a few ELizavetograd files for the period of 1880-1912. There is no index of names so it is impossible to say in advance who mentioned there.
If you are interested in research I'll be delighted to provide an assistance.
I am going to be in archives next week.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Irene Kudish
impromptus2004@gmail.com
Tel- 972-3-527-3256

P.S. You may find my name on www.jewishgen.org in BELARUS SIG on the list of researchers-translators. I have been a 13CD Project coordinator.

Re: Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Posted: 8 Mar 2009 7:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
my family came from Elisabetgrad also. They came in 1892 directly to Chicago.

Re: Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Posted: 8 Mar 2009 7:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
my family came from Elisabetgrad also. They came in 1892 directly to Chicago.

Re: Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Posted: 9 Mar 2009 4:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
Barsky is a pretty common name in E-grad. A Barsky married one of my cousins. But I don't know anything about E-graders who went to Chicago. All mine went to NYC.

Re: Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Posted: 9 Mar 2009 4:32AM GMT
Classification: Query
there are Barskys in Philadelphia. was your cousin by marriage Barsky from NYC and E-grad?

Re: Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Posted: 9 Mar 2009 4:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
yes

Re: Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Posted: 9 Mar 2009 2:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
The Barskys from Egrad must all be related. My grandfather was the youngest of ?9 brothers. They owned something like flour mills.

Re: Elizavetgrad, Kherson Jews -- LOTS

Posted: 9 Mar 2009 2:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
(My 3x-greatgrandfr) Meyer SIEBELEWSKY and (2nd wife) Bella BORGASLAVSKY of Elizavetgrad had:
• Khana “Anna” SIEBELEWSKY: born 20 May 1883 , Elizavetgrad, Russia; married Nathan BARSKY (Dec. 1884, Elizavetgrad -1939, NY), about 1910 , NY; died Aug. 1974, Queens, NY; buried (poss.) Montifiore , Long Island, NY.

Anna and Nathan BARSKY had:
• Althea BARSKY (born 16 July 1911, NY; married Meyer FRIEDMAN, 2 May 1934, Bronx, NY);
• Flora BARSKY (born 4 Nov. 1913, Bronx, NY; married Meyer COOK; died 1974);
• Leon M. BARSKY (born 1918 (twin), Bronx, NY ; married Elizabeth BOROS, 1946);
• Eugene S. BARSKY (born 1918 (twin), Bronx, NY; married [1st] Ruth; [2nd] Linda)

Do you have any old photos from E-grad? I have alot, but most are unidentified. If we have any matches that would indicate your BARSKYs and mine were close relatives (they were definitely cousins of some sort).
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