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Poray - Koshetz

Started by Terri O'Connell Sep 21, 2009.

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Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on January 29, 2014 at 6:27am
Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on January 29, 2014 at 6:24am
  • of Kiev, Grand Duke Igor I (d.945)
  • of Kiev, Grand Duke Jarislaus I `the Wise` (d.1054)
  • of Kiev, Grand Duke Svyatolslav I (d.972)
  • of Kiev, Grand Prince Igor [Ihor] (877-945)
  • of Kiev, Grand Prince Yaroslav I `The Wise` (978-1054)
  • of Kiev, Malushka Grand Duchess?
  • of Kiev, Prince Svyatoslav (b.970)
  • of Kiev, Queen Anne (1024-1075)
  • of Kiev, Queen Anne Anna Yaroslavna (d.1075)
  • of Kiev, Saint Grand Duke Vladimir I (956-1015)
  • of Kiev, Saint Olga Helga
  • of Kiev of the Izborsk, Princess Regent Saint Olha Olga; Norse: Helga (890-969)
Comment by Carol Sorgen on September 18, 2012 at 12:10am
Hi,
I'm researching my paternal grandmother's family--Kravinsky (she was Riva). Came to the US from Odessa via Liverpool. One of 14 children, seven survived to adulthood, and three sisters also came to the States--Fannie, Bella, and Brucha. Sound familiar to anyone?
Thanks!
Carol Sorgen
Comment by Daralyn Rennick on October 4, 2011 at 7:17am

Hi,

I am researching my grandmother's branch of the family, Schwartz. My great grandparents Joseph and Mary Schwartz (nee Milgram) came to the UK from Berdichev in the Ukraine along with two daughters, Betsy (also known as Bessie) born 1885 and Leah, born 1887 sometime between 1887 and 1890. I know it was between those dates as their third child Solomon (known as Charles) was born in 1890 in London. They went on to have 3 more children Louis in 1892, Moses (known as Moisha) in 1894 and Jane (known as Janie) in 1896. Jane was my grandmother.

I cant seem to find passenger ship record from when they came to the UK and wondered if anyone could advise me on how to find them. I have looked on Ancestry.co.uk but cannot find anything.

Thanks.

Lyn

Comment by timothy1 on October 3, 2010 at 1:21pm
Hi Can anyone translater a 1880s birth into English please
Comment by Sheri Putnam-Cline on August 19, 2010 at 11:01am
Hello, I've been told that the name "YERKES" came from Russia. Just connecting.
Comment by joan naylor on January 15, 2010 at 3:38pm
Searching for Kvoczka (Kwochka) immigrated to New Jersey 1899,also related to Pelesz and Gracon .
Comment by Linda on December 22, 2009 at 8:13pm
Searching for Andert and Altschuler from Russia. Came to NY and then to CT. Will add more later
Comment by T.J.Bud Schaffer on September 21, 2009 at 11:57am
Just joined and am feeling my way around. My family caqme out of Neudorf and Hoffnungstahl, S. Russia, Schaffer and Schwartz and the varied spellings.
Comment by Susan Brown on August 4, 2009 at 9:52am
I am researching the Braunstein family .My grandfather Morris Braunstein came to Ellis Island in 1905 at age 15 yrs. from Krishnev ,Russia (which also was part of Roumania in the Moldolva Region.) He went to live with a brother in Philadelphia,PA on Carpenter St. which was in the Jewish Section of immigrants in Philadelphia. That is all I know at this point. From the Ellis Island register I cannot figure out what his brothers name is and it is only one letter and looks like a J or an L. Iknow that he also brought other family members over and that they owned a business concerning automobiles. Morris died in 1929 at the age of 39 yrs. He was married to Margaret Rose Judge my paternal grandmother.Two sons-David (Isadore) and Robert A.-family changed last name to Brown when my father was born in 1924.
 

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