+ Genealogies of Shchedrin (Schedrin) Families
 Shchedrin (Scadryn), Belarus - Family Genealogies
 The fascination of Shchedrin was the ownership by our Jewish ancestors. Unheard of in the Imperial Russian Empire!

 Starting source for Schedrin (also known as Shchedrin, Scadryn, and Shchadryn etc.) was material collected Harry L. Katz, gathered at reunions 1973-1988. I found people through that material and the web; people found the site using the web. Credits show in the source notes.
In looking at names before 1900 remember commonly interchangeable letters include /h/ & /g/, /o/ & /a/, /o/ & /u/, /w/ & /v/ and /ay/, /ey/. The reader should be aware that such differences in spelling might occur for any specific name. Consequently, you should be sure to search for minor spelling variations of surnames.

 Search the genealogy, view charts or print reports, by clicking on Scadryn. PhpGedView software "...has full editing capabilities, full privacy functions, and supports multimedia like photos and document images", and "...simplifies the process of collaborating with others."
 Wherever possible, and whenever I find the time, I try to add source data from jewishgen.org, ancestry.com, ellisisland.org, and other sources. At this time you are the most important resource.

  Use Login at the top center of the phpgedview Welcome Page to request the right to access data, add genealogy, or set privacy.

NOTE: E-mail jpegs, GEDCOMs, additions, and correction, if doing that yourself is too cumbersome. Snail-mail photos (which I will return) or any information to be posted that you cannot do yourself. I would like to put up pictures that are old, or show families, or show celebrating holidays and doing interesting activities, and I'll post them.


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 Stories about the founding of the Shtetl
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 Stories about the Shtetl, some of the residents, and the first generation in America
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 Stories about the Shoah in Shchedrin
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Stories and Necrology

 Genealogies on the Web by Individual Name
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 Genealogies by Founding Family Name
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 Sources for these Genealogies
 Comments on sources for information in databases

 Letters and e-Mail
 Comments from People Who Found this Database

 Additional Links
 Material about Shchedrin, Immigration Records, Shoah material

 About the Shchedrin Data
 This database is an attempt to create an all Shchedriner database. Starting with my Denburg - Finkelstein genealogy, I added genealogies collected at Harry L. Katz's Annual Schedriner Meetings held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Palm Beach County, Florida between 1974 and 1990. Now I am asking you to add to it. You can read some Schedriner Reunion Articles and listen to Harry, including recent interviews, and other Shchedriner's on the Reunion Audio Tapes. [the size of the audio tape files have to be reduced before that came be put back onto this web site.]

 This material is updated regularly.

 NOTE: E-mail jpegs, GEDCOMs, additions, and correction. Snail-mail photos (which I will return) or any information to be posted. You can fill in this online form with genealogies for each family.

 Wherever possible, and whenever I find the time, I try to add source data from JewishGen.org, Ancestry.com, Ellis Island.org, Yad Vashem, and other sources. You are the primary source and your contribution of scanned family papers, passports, wedding katubah, and pictures will enhance this site. A blank Family Group Sheet can be downloaded in Acrobat pdf (Portable Document Format) and mailed or faxed to me. Also available is a Pedigree Chart

You can add authenticity to this data if you can furnish copies of Marriage licenses, Katubahs, Certificates of Birth, Marriage, Death, Naturalization and copies of European Passports.
 Stories About the Founding of Shchedrin
The Founding of Shchedrin is excerpted from Tzemach Tzedek and the Haskala Movement, by Joseph Schneersohn. The History of the Family Golodetz by Dr. Lazar Golodetz was translated from the German by Dr. Shlomo Noble, Secretary, YIVO Commission on Research

The booklet for Molly Plotkin Cohen's 100th Birthday Party had this description of the history of the Holodetz family and Shedrin She also spoke about growing up in Pittsburgh in 1895 - 1915

 "I have never heard of the town of Schedrin before." Bobruysk Yizkor (Memorial) Book, page 806. Beloved Schedrin By Chayim Yeshinovsky Hacarmel, 14 Adar I, 5622 (1862). Additional material, and potential material if someone will pay for translation, are listed below

 Stories about the Shoah in Shchedrin
The end of Jewish life in Shchedrin is described in
"Remembering Russian Heritage", by Phyllis Steinberg, Jewish Journal (FL), January 16, 1986. There is a date error in the article.

"The 1,123 Jews of Schedrin and Parich (Paritch) were erased from the face of the earth March 8-10, 1942. The Nazi murderers drove the Jews from the ghettos of Shchedrin and Parich and other close towns to a point beyond the cemetery and Kutchimre Way, the main street. The Nazis made the men and boys dig ditches that they said were to be used to 'stop the Russians from returning'. Then they shot the residents and those not "quite dead" were buried alive by the bulldozers covering the mass grave. Many honor these souls on Adar 19-21." (Leibl Denburg b. 1925 in a letter to Iris Sitkin)

More stories are in the Necrology
 The Towns the Families Emigrated To from Shchedrin
  My maternal grandmother (Zlata DENBURG) first went to Montreal. Her husband (Nachum Leyb RACHMANOV) went a few years earlier. There he may have found contact with her family, the DENBURG's and FINKELSTEIN's. After she came with Sarah and Harry ROTHMAN there were two more children, my mother and my aunt Helen.

  After a few years they moved to Pittsburgh and stayed with her sister Reizel WEINER. Pittsburgh was the major town that families emigrated to.
  After a few years they moved to Roselle, new Jersey. Another sister, LIPSHITZ was there as well as ZUBER, WEINER, and perhaps more.

  Each time I view the early Pittsburgh families I think there is a story to be told about the Pittsburgh experience. I am looking at the 1910 Census for Sarah PLOTKIN and NATHAN Plotkin, cousins. Of eleven births, seven survived. The oldest daughter has been married five years and was married in the FRIEDMAN home. The other six children are living at home. The father and some children came in 1904, the mother with some more children came in 1905. Although Nathan has a grovery store other sources said he open a Cheder and taught.

 Shchedrin Sources
 [Updated Aug-2006. In process.] All the source material should be linked under the Notes of the people for whom we have source material. But if you want to find the material related to a family start with the
id number of primary person named on immigration manifest or census to view that material. For Example: Louie DENBERG {I27}. Source material is (or will be) located under the Shchedriner ancestoral Family Name, (or one of the family names). Example: DENBERG-DENBURG-DEMBERG. In the subdirectories will be Census, (example 27_Louis_DENBERG_1930_Manhattan), Ship Manifests, and more. View the database for those arriving at Ellis Island who said they came from Shchedrin and the database from Yad Vashem. Hand-written genealogies from the Harry L. Katz Collection and other material are under the Family Name directory.

 Ellis Island Immigration Records
Ellis Island Immigration Records Under Different Spellings for the Shtetl Shchedrin and Neighboring Towns

 From Harry L. Katz's collected documents: The Pittsburgh Jewish Genealogy Society's NewLetter Z'Chor Vol I Number I Spring 1983, Vol III Number I Spring 1985

 Family Names of Shchedriners from the Vedomosti records
 The
Vedomosti records (1870s-1890s) for Shchedrin was found on JewishGen. Link to files by family name, these include Census, Immiration Manifests, hand-written family trees, maps of addresses from census, Descendancy Charts, Family Group Sheets, Ancestor (Pedrigree) Charts, Descendency Reports and other material collected on that family tree.

Click on the name under the scadrynSources folder to view files associated with that clan name.

The Vedomosti records do not include all names, so additional family names are listed following this list of names.

Another source for surnames is Bobruisk Uyezd Surnames (compiled by Vitaly Charny)

Click on a name to link to the database Notes page of the family name.
AIZENSHTAT (Efrem Grigorevich AIZENSHTADT born 1901 in Parichi was executed during Stalin's reign of terror, between the 1930's to the early 1950's in Moscow), (in 1902 Bluma BARANOVSKAYA daughter of Ayzik had a fabric store), [variations: AISENSTADT, AISENSTAT, EISENSTADT, EISENSTAT] BAS, BEILIN, BERKOVICH, CHERNYAK, (Viktor Akimovich DANTSIG born 1902 in Shchedrin was killed in Stalin Purges), DENBURG [variations: DENBERG, DEMBERG, DENENBURG], DOBRUSCHIN, DOBRUSIN, DOMOKHOVSKY [DEMIKHOVSKY, DEMICHOWSKI](in 1902 Ghirsh DEMIKHOVSKY son of Berko had a fabric store), DUBROVENSKY, DUBROVSKY, DUBROW, EL, ELL, ELKIN, ELSHTEIN, ELYASBERG, EPSHTEIN [EPSTEIN], ERENBURG, FILKELSHTEIN, FINKELSHTEIN [FINKELSTEIN], GANELIN, GELFOND, GINZBURG, GISIN, (in 1902 Mordukh GOLDBERG son of Khaym had a fabric store), GOLFOND, GOLODETS, GOLOSMAN, GONELIN, GOPELIN, GORELIK [variations: GARELIK, GORELICK, GURLICK, HORELICK, HORLICK, GARLOCK], GRABVSKY (aka Graevsky), GRAIFER, GRIBURG, GRIMBURG, GRINBAKH, GRINBARG, GRINBERG, GRINBURG, GRNBURG, (in 1902 Idel IOFE [JAFFE] son of Movsha had a grocery store), KAGAN, (Zinoviy Abramovich KAPLAN, b. 1905 Bobruisk was killed in the Stalin purges), KEVES, KHABKIN [aka CHAVKIN, HAVKIN, CHAFKIN, CHAITMAN], KHURGIN, KLIENSKY, KOMISAR, KOMMISAR, KOMNOYAR, KOPELYAN, KURTSER, LIFSHITS [variations: LIFSHITZ, LIVSHITZ, LIPSHITZ, LEFF, LIPSON, LIVSTONE], LITVIN, LYAKHOVITSKY, MADORSKY, MAIZEL, MAKHTIN, MARGOLIN, MELAMED, MIKHLIN, MODORSKY, NISENBAUM, NISONBAUM, OKUN, OLSHANSKY [OLSCHANSKAJA, OLSHANSKI, OLSON], PALEY [PALLEY, PALLI], PARKHAMOVICH, PARKHOVHIK, [became FISH ] PESIN, PINSKY, POLYAKOVSKY, RABINOVICH, RAEVKIN ?, REZNIKOV, RIVKIN [RIFKIN/RIWKIN], ROKHLIN, RYABKIN, SHMIDOV, TUROVSKY, VELIKAN, VELIKIN, VERSHKIN, VERTKIN [WERTKIN, WORTKIN, WERBKIN, WITKIN], VILENSKY, VINER [WEINER], VOLFSON [WOLFSON], YUDOVICH [aka YUDEVITZ, YUDOW, UDOWITZ, JUDOWITZ] , ZAKOV, and [SELIGMAN, ZELIGMAN] ZELIKMAN.

 Other families in the database
APTEK, BLUM, GANELIN, HENYON, HANNON, GERETIKOFF, GERTCHIKOFF, GETH, GINSBURG, KESSEL, KITAIN, KITMAN, NATKIN, PLOTKIN or PLOTKIN, SCHADER, SHADUR, SCHODUR  Other family names not in database, but found in records
BEILIN, BERKOVICH, CHERNYAK, DOROKHOV (from Radun), DULTSIN (from Minsk), GOLOSMAN, GOLUB, NOTKIN, RYVKIN, SOROKIN, ZILBERGLEIT.

  family names from Yad Vashem records, and data collected by Harry L. Katz at Shchedriner Meetings furnished by Yankel Gorelik, Leibl Denburg, and others
CHAITMAN, DENBURG, DUBROVSKY, EHRENBERG, FINKELSTEIN, GELFAND, GORELIK, GOLOD, GREENBERG, GRINSHCHSTEIN, HOLESMAN, HORELICK, KAIKOV, KAPLAN, KAPLOOM, KAPUTKIN, KIMMELMAN, KITRIN, KOZAK, KURTZER, LEVED, LIFSHITZ, MACHTINEH, MADORSKY, MARGOLIN, OKUN, OLSHANSKY, PARTON, PEREVOSHKENEH, PERSKY, PLOTKIN, RASHKINE, SAMARDIN, SAMPSON, SHTAINBOOK, SHUB, TARSHIS, TSUKAVITSKY, VALCHONIK, VECOLOER, VEXLER, VILIKEN, VONSON, WERTKIN, ZELIGMAN, ZUBER

 Private Tolkatchev at the Gate of Hell. Majdanek and Auschwitz Liberated: Testimony of an Artist. Biography of Zinovii Tolkatchev at Yad Vashem

 Visit or return to Shtetlinks Scadryn.  Following are additional resources on Shchedrin.

 Port of New York Immigration Manifests

 Visit or return to Additional Resources for ShtetlLinks: Scadryn by Melissa Kaplan

 Visit Shtetls of Belarus - Shchedrin, Bobruisk uyezd, Minsk gubernia - Latitude: 5253' Longitude: 2933' (Also known as SHCHADRYN and STCHEDRIN). Webmaster: Edward L. Rosenbaum

 Reference Maps: Belarus, Minsk and Schedrin Maps. The last map is reproduced here

 Reference Bobruisk District Shtetlekh: Shchedrin

 A digital copy of the Bobruysk Yizkor (Memorial) Book (includes Parichi & Shchedrin) from the New York Public Library, Dorot Jewish Division: Bobruisk; sefer zikaron le-kehilat Bobruisk u-veneteha

 Some material has already been translated Table of Contents  The end of Shchedrin, from a Jewish point of view, came when the Nazi's rounded up all the Jews from Parichi and Shchedrin March 7 to March 10, 1942. They dug an "anti-tank trench", that was then used as a mass grave. Family names, not individuals, are listed in the Surnames Found in the Index of the Bobruisk Yizkor (Memorial) Book. I have started a Necrology from this database. As additional sources are located they will be cited.

  In the First Chapter: MEMORIES OF THE PAST is an essay From My Own Life (Yid.) by Elikum Tsunzer, p224. How I Wrote My Songs by Eliakum Zunser is excerpted in Memoir.

Yizkor Book Project In Zhedrin by Dr. Y.L. Katznelson (Yid.) page 806
The History of Zhedrin by G. Gankin, Dr. Z. Gordin (Yid.) page 807
Stories of My Shtetl (Zhedrin) by Yankev Gorelik (Yid.) page 812
Jewish Lives in Zhedrin by by G. Gankin, Dr. Z. Gordin (Yid.) page 817
Soviet Zhedrin by Yehuda Slutsky (Heb.) page 821
Jews in the Villages by Mordechai Katznelson (Heb.) page 825 translated by Professor Daniel J.H. Greenwood

 Ilya Ehrenburg on the Holocaust in Belarus, By Leonid Smilovitsky (Diaspora Research Institute of Tel Aviv University) This translation was originally published in: East European Jewish Affairs (London), Vol. 29, No 1-2, Summer-Winter 1999, pp. 61-74, and is reproduced on the JewishGen.org site with the kind permission of the publisher, Taylor and Francis.

  Hope, Despair and Memory Excerpts from Elie Wiesel's Nobel Prize Lecture

 Gazetteer published in 1909 Mestechki of Minsk Gubernia

 General References: Jewish Genealogy Links


 eMail Received
 I was doing research about my family who are from Schedrin and found your website.I am the great grand daughter of Mariyash Ehrenberg (the first to be named after her), the grand daughter of Ben Lipshutz and Katie Kapillon, the daughter of Sophie Lipshutz. I married the grandson of Rose and Hyam Barton, also from Shedrin. I am a bit teary reading this information. I can't thank you enough for this website. M. H., April 2006

 I came across your website last night while searching for references to William M. Katz. To my surprise Bill {I1186} showed up on your site. I am related to Bill through his wife Sylvia {I1548}. (Sylvia's grandmother and my grandmother were half-sisters.)

 I've spent quite a bit to time tracing Bill's family through your site. You've done a wonderful job presenting it...

 I was amazed in googling the internet to discover this treasure trove of family history. What an enormous undertaking! I am Norwin Edward Katzen...

I became really excited when I discovered your website. My father was born in Schedrin in 1908, and came to Chicago in 1923. His father was Avrom Erenberg, who is included in your genealogy information. Avrom died in Schedrin in 1938. Four of his sisters came to the USA (Fraydel, Maryasha, Rochel, and Esther). They had married in Schedrin and their names were Olshansky, Chernin, Kaplan and Zayonchik.
 Audio Files
The wav files are quite large and will take a few minutes to become streaming audio. I have not yet reviewed and edited any of them so there may be duplicates and dead spaces. Comments are appreciated.

On Sunday, March 2, 1987 Harry held a planned meeting at The Shelter, Easterlin Park, 1000 NW 38th Street, Oakland Park, Florida. "Our program features a short Memorial Service by Rabbi Yossi Denburg (Okun) for out massacred brethren. His dad Leib Denburg missed the train back to Schedrin the day of the massacre....Jacob Gorelick will tell you about your mischpacha he recalls in his youth....Displays will show family trees to be updated, maps & historical items and pictures....My hope for computerizing our names in Tel Aviv Archives is out--too costly....If you're interested in roots and want to know more about Schedrin, come! Let's honor & question the elders who can still come."

Audio #1 March 13,1988 Schedriner Meeting at Lubavitcher Center, Coral Springs, Florida. Harry tells the story of the founding of Shchedrin. The story of his parents and his son's tsuvah to Lubavitch. The first gathering of 200 people! From that first meeting started the hand written genealogies which Harry reviews. This is the basis of this genealogy. Harry talks about some of the great successes and astonishing longevity. Yakov Gorelik arrived in the U.S.A. in 1922. In 1945 the Russian came to Shchedrin; on this part of the tape Yakov? goes house-by-house and tells who lived there before the March 10, 1942 slaughter of the Jews from Shchedrin, Parich, and all the shtetl in Bobrouisk. Harry reads a necrology [NOTE: I will try to copy this to text]. There is more... Jacob Gorelik speaks.

 

Reunion Audio Tapes
(required high-speed internet connection)

BECAUSE OF SPACE LIMITATIONS THE AUDIO HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY REMOVED

Audio #1 from March 13, 1988

Audio #2 from March 13, 1988

Audio #3 from March 13, 1988

Audio #4 from March 13, 1988

Audio #5 from July 15, 1990

Audio #6 from July 15, 1990

Audio #7 from March 23, 1995

Audio #1 from Jacob Gorelick

Audio #8 Interview of Harry L. Katz February 27, 2005

Audio #9 Interview of Harry L. Katz February 27, 2005

Audio #10 Interview of Harry L. Katz February 27, 2005

Audio 11 Interview of Harry L. Katz February 27, 2005

Audio #12 Interview of Harry L. Katz February 27, 2005

Audio #13 Interview of Harry L. Katz February 27, 2005

Audio #14 Interview of Harry L. Katz February 27, 2005

Audio #15 Elsie Blumkin (nee' Elke Ehrenberg) on Today Show Feb. 19, 1988


 Epstein Family Genealogy Reports & Charts
Surnames include

Katz & Horvitz families, 12-Apr-1946 at 6342 Alderson St., Pittsburgh, PA.
Back row: on left is Dave Horvitz' wife, Esther, then Dave Horvitz.
Front row: on left is their youngest daughter, "Nicky" Horvitz (who was murdered in her Pittsburgh home in 2000), then Al Katz, Harry Katz and his wife, Ruth Katz nee Gordon, then Bill Katz, David Katz, then Seima Horvitz, oldest daughter of Esther and Dave Horvitz.


Harry L. Katz descended from the OKUN families

Detailed Modified Register Report (NGSQ)
Indented Report

Descendants Report without locations
Descendants Report with locations

 Epstein Family Genealogy Reports & Charts
Surnames include ABELSON, ABRAMS, ABROMOFF, ARNOLD, ATLAT, BATT, BLUMKIN, BRILL, BLOOMBERG, BROWNSTEIN, CANTER, COHEN, COLE, CORMAN, DRAZEN, DUBROW, DUCHIN, EDELMAN, EISENSTAT, EPSTEIN, FISH, FLOM, FOX, FRANKLIN, FRIEDMAN, GELFAND, GELLER, GEMINDER, GINSBURG, GOLAD, GOLDBERG, GOLDIS, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN, GOLUBOW, GORDON, GORELICK, GORELIK, GORETSKY, GRAND, GREENWOOD, GUS, HARRIS, HEFFES,HENKIN, HILOWITZ, HOFFMAN, KAHN, KAMOSAR, KATIN, KATZ, KENTOR, KIMMELMAN, KIMOFF, KITAIN, KLEIN, KLEINMAN, KRAMER, KROTIN, LANDAY, LASHER, LESHER, LEURA, LEVIN, LEVINE, LEVIT, LEVY, LEWIS, LUSTGARTEN, MAGARY, MARSH, MATLIN, MEDORSKY, METZGER, MEYERSON, NAFTALIN, NEWMAN, NICKBORG, OHSIE, OSTRICH, PAULUTZKA, PLOTKIN, RABBOY, RABINOWITZ, RADISS, RATLEY, RESNICKOFF, RIDNER, RIFKIN, RIVEN, ROBBINS, ROBINSON, ROSENBLATT, ROSENTHAL, ROSS, SAKS, SCHNEIDER, SELEMAN, SHAPIRO, SHERRIF, SHPALL, SHUB, SILVERMAN, SINGER, SMOLLEN, SOHN, SPATZ, SPITZER, SPIVAK, STEIN, STRAUSS, SYRPIN, TAMARIN, THOMAS, TORKOROV, TUROVSKY, WASHOV, WEISMAN, WEISS, WEISSMAN, WERTKIN, WOLFSON, WORTKIN, WYNER, YAFFEE, ZAKRI, ZAMARIS, ZELIGSON, ZIGLER.

 
Epstein Descendancy Chart  Family Group Sheets
 View Register Report in htm. Download Register Report
 View Indented Report in htm. Download Indented Report.
 View Descendants Report without locations. Download Descendants Report without locations.
 View Descendants Report with locations. Download Descendants Report with locations.

 This is a work-in-progress and all links may not be actived.
 FINKELSTEIN (FINKEL'SHTEJN) Family Genealogy Reports & Charts
Surnames including AHNTHOLZ, BABB, BARRISH, BATWIN, BENTLER, BERGMAN, BERNARD, BLOCH, BLOCK, BLOOMBERG, BOS, BREIT, BRENNER, BRODSKY, CHAZAN, CHAZEN, COBBEL, CRAFT, CRANIS, CRELINSTEIN, DAITCHMAN, DENBURG, DUBIN, DUBOIS, DUBROFSKY, DUSKES, DWORKIN, EHRENFREUND, EISENBERG, FAINER, FINKELSHTEIN, FINKELSTEIN, FINKLER, FINN, FLEIGLER, FRANKLIN, FURGANG, GHETTLER, GOLDBERG, GOTTHEIL, GOTTLIEB, GRAVER, HAAS, HELFIELD, HENEY, HERSH, ISHAYEK, JEDEL, KATZ, KELTZ, KIRSTEIN, KNOBLER, KOLDMEIR, LAMPARIS, LANG, LAZARE, LENDMAN, LIPMAN, LONN, LUPAS, MALAMED, MALIN, MARKOWITZ, MILLER, MILLS, MORRIS, MOSS, MUTNICK, NASH, OAKES, OSSAR, OSTROFF, PEARSON. PENN. PINSKY, PINTO, POLLACK, RABINOVITCH, RESNICK, ROSEMAN, ROSENSTEIN, ROSENTHAL, RUDNER, SCHATTEN, SCHAYFITZ, SCHNITZER, SEGAL, SHERMAN, SHILLER, SHORE, SHULMAN, SMALL, SMITH, SORKIN, SPEER, STEIN, STEINBERG, TABACHNICK, TARNOFSKY, TAVEROFF, TRUTT, WEISS, WELLER, WILLIAMS, WISEMAN, WULFKUHLE, ZALE
  
Family Group Sheet for all FINKELSTEIN's

1935 in Shchedrin. Shmerl and Rifka FINKEL'SHTEJN and family received a visit from daughter Manya "Mary" FINKELSTEIN GRAVER (nee' FINKEL'SHTEJN).
Standing from left #1 (unknown), #2 Ginda (Hinde) Gorelik nee' FINKELSTEIN, Yeyel (Yoeyl/Yoeyl ) GORELIK (Hinde's husband), Manya "Mary" FINKELSTEIN GRAVER, #5 (unknown), #6, #7, #8
Seated from left: #1 (unknown), #2 Chane Sora Finkelstein nee' ZELIKMAN, (standing child) Zhenya (Hyena) GORELIK, Hersh FINKELSTEIN, (standing child) Riva GORELIK, Mrs. Riva (Rivqa) FINKEL'SHTEJN, #Rokhl (Rachel) FINKEL'SHTEJN, #8 (unknown), #9
To see 1935 Photo full screen click here

A report of that visit by Fred Sorkin. Tante Manya's Trip to Schedrin (1935). As recalled by Fred Sorkin in 2005. Fred was a 17-year-old nephew in 1935.

 OKUN, OKIN, OKLIN and OKIM Family Genealogy Reports and Charts
This was a hugh group of families that came from fisherman. The name OKUN means a perch. Various genalogies have been gathered and the connections are fuzzier in the 1850's.

The descendants of Yeshayahu (Isaia) OKUN, born circa 1840, were compiled in June 1990 by Hershel B. OKUN, (Tsvi Baruch ben Maier), born 1939 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, resided in Toronto. I added material and corrected a few name spellings.
Surnames include
OKUN, OKIM, OKIN, OKLIN, REVZIN, ROTENBERG, ROTHBART, STERENBERG, VYBINOV, WOLFSON

Isaia Okun (b.1840) Indented Report
Isaia Okun (b.1840) Descendancy Chart

 WEINER Family Genealogy Reports & Charts
Surnames include AUGUSTY, BAER, BICE, BLACK, BLOOM, BLOOMFIELD, BROCK,CASH, CHERLIN, CHERNAN. CHERNER. CLINE, COHN, COOPER, DAVIS, DAVIS-WELLING, DENBURG, DIBASE, EINBUND, EISENBERG, EPSTEIN, FELDMAN, FREEDMAN, FREIDBERG, GANNON, GIRARD, GOLDSTEIN, GOND, GOTTLIEB, GRAFFMAN, GREEN, HAMLIN, HARVEY, HORELICK, HORELIK, HORVITZ, JACONSON, JAY, JOHNSON, KATZ, KATZEN, LACOWITSKY, LANDAY, LEVERANZ, LEVINE, LEVINSON, LEVY, LIEBERMAN, LIPSHITZ, LONDON, MARGOLIS, MARTINEZ, MASTROPOLO, MATTES, MEYER, NADEL, NEWCOMB, OKUN, OSHA, OSHEROW, OSTENKAMP, PENICK, PLOTLIN, POPP, RAFFERTY, RIDDICK, RIPP, ROSENBACH, ROSENBERG, ROSENTHAL, ROTH, RUBEN, RUBIN, RULEY, RUSSIN, SACHS, SAEX, SCAMMACA, SCHECTER, SCHIFF, SCHLESINGER, SCHWARTZ, SEGAL, SHAPIRO, SITKIN, SMITH, SOSKIN, TCHUCHMAN, TEITELBAUM, TIEGER, TRIMBLE, TUCKFELT, UNGER, VINER, VYNER, WARNER, WEIL, WEINBERG, WEINER, WELLINGS, WERTKIN,
WEINER, WOLF, WOLK, WOLKOFF, WOOD, YACHES, ZINES, ZWIBEL
Boruch WEINER Register Report
Descendancy Report for Boruch Weiner
Descendancy Chart for Boruch Weiner

Yosef WEINER Register Report (father of Boruch)
Descendancy Report for Boruch Weiner's father Yosef Chaim
Descendancy Report for All Weiner's in database

Various ways a report can look:
Indented Report for All Weiner (basic events)
Indented Report for All Weiner (no events)
Indented Report for All Weiner (no notes)

 ZUBER Family Genealogy Reports & Charts
Surnames include BADER, BERGER, CARSON, DEITSCH, DEUTSCH, DUBERSTEIN, EDELMAN, EINHORN, FEDER, FIALKOFF, FRIEDMAN, GANZ, GERSTEN, GOLBIN, GOLDBERG, GOLDSTEIN, GORELICK, GORELIK, KALUSZYNER, KATES, KEILSON, LANDSMAN, LAWRENCE, MALINE, MEYER, MOCHIN, NORKIN, OKUN, PENZIAS, RATSHIN, RIFKIN, ROSS, SHARFSTEIN, SIEGEL, SILVER, STEINBERG, TENENBAUM,
ZISSERSON, and ZUBER.

Indented Report for Nathan Zuber
Register Report for Nathan Zuber (htm)
Register Report for Nathan Zuber (pdf)

Four Generation Ancestor Chart for Esther Goldberg with Siblings
Four Generation Ancestor Chart for Chaim Maline with Siblings
Five Generation Ancestor Chart for Chavie Maline

Five Generation Ancestor Chart for Sterna Sharfstein Maline
Five Generation Ancestor Chart for Chavie Maline Penzias
blank Pedigree (Ancestor) Chart

Family Group Sheets for all Descendants of Menachum-Mendel Zuber
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 LIFSHITZ Family Genealogy and Family Biographies
To look at various genealogical reports and forms for individual families click on each of the following links.

Family Group Sheets starting with Maier Lifshitz A biographical sketch of Sara Lifshitz  Epstein Descendancy Chart

 Family Group Sheets

 View Register Report in htm. Download Register Report

 View Indented Report in htm. Download Indented Report.

 View Descendants Report without locations. Download Descendants Report without locations.

 View Descendants Report with locations. Download Descendants Report with locations.

 DEMBERG, DENBERG, DENBURG Family Genealogy Reports & Charts
Surnames include ABRAMOWITZ, ABRAMS, AGI, AMSTER, BABB, BARBALAT, BARON, BARTFIELD, BECKER, BEN-BERGE, BERGMAN, BERLINER, BERMAN, BERNARD, BICE, BLOCH, BLOCK, BLOOMBERG, BOS, BREDWELL, BROCK, BRODSKY, BURSTEIN, CAHN, CENTRELLA, CHAZAN,CIMENT, COHEN, COLBY, COOPER,COOPER, CRELINSTEIN, DAITCHMAN, DALFEN, DAVIS,
DEMBERG, DENBERG, DENBURG, DUBIN, DUBOIS, DUBROFSKY, DUSKES, DWORKIN, EISENBERG, ELIAS, FAINER, FEINGOLD, FELDMAN, FERS, FINKELSTEIN, FINN, FLECK, FRANKLIN, FREEMAN, FRIEDMAN, GANSBOURG, GANSBOURGH, GARELICK, GELLER, GHETTLER, GINSBURG, GNIWISCH, GOLDBERG, GOLDWATER, GORDON, GORELICK, GORELIK, GOTTHEIL, GREEN, GROSS, HALEVI, HAMLIN, HELFIELD, HENEY, HONGACH, HORNIG, HOWARD, ISHAYEK, JACOBS, JACOBSON, JOHNSON, KIORTES,KIRSTEIN, KLEINMAN, KODNER, KOLDMEIR, KOSTON, KRAKOWER, KURDELL, KURDELL, LAMPARIS, LANG, LASKY, LAZARE, LENDMAN, LEVERANZ, LEVINE,LEVY, LIDDICK, LIEBERMAN, LIFSHITZ, LIPMAN, LIPSHITZ, LIPTON, LLOYD, LOPATKA, LUPAS, MALAMED, MALIN, MARGOLIN, MARTINEZ, MASTROPOLO, MILLER, MOOK, MORRIS, MUST, NASH,NASH, NEMANOW, NEWCOMB, O'BRIEN, OAKES,OKUN, OSTROFF, PARNES, PEARSON, PENN, PIEMONTESE, PINSKY, PINTO, RABINOVITCH, RAFFERTY, RAHN, RAPP, RAYE, REED, RESNICK, RIFF, RIFKIN, RIVELIS, ROSEMAN, ROSENSTEIN, ROTH, ROTHENBURGER, ROTHMAN, RUBIN, RUDNER, RUSSIN, SAEX, SAPERSTEIN, SATOSKY, SCAMMACCA, SCHULTZ, SEGAL, SHAPIRO, SHATZ, SHERMAN, SHILLER, SHINE, SHLIEN, SHORE, SHULMAN, SIEGEL, SIMON, SITKIN, SMALL, SMITH, SOFER, SONNENSCHEIN, SPATZ, SPRING, SPYER, STEIN, STEINBERG, STERN, STROLOVITCH, SU, SUGARMAN, SUSSMAN, SVERDLOVE, TARNOFSKY, TAVEROFF,TOPEL, TOPELSOHN, RUTT, ULIN, VOGEL, WARNER, WIENER, WILEY, WILLIAMS, WINTON, WISEMAN, WISEMAN, YACHES, YELLIN, and YOSHIWARA.

Descendancy Chart for Mathias of Duenaburg
Descendancy Report: Descendants of Mathias As Related to Stefanie Lauren DEMBERG

Modified Register Report Yitzchak Menachem-Mendl Denburg
Yitzchak Menachem Mendl Denburg Register Report (with notes)
Yitzchak Menachem Mendl Denburg Register Report (without notes)

Indented Report for Yitzchak Menachem Mendl Denburg

Ancestor (Pedigree) Charts:
Stefanie DEMBERG Six Generation Pedigree
Stefanie DEMBERG Four Generation Pedigree with Siblings
Bryan John TOPELSOHN Five Generation Pedigree Chart Marilyn DENBERG Four Generation Pedigree Chart with Siblings

Katz Collection: Descendants of Benjamin DENBURG

 PLOTKIN Family Genealogy Reports and Charts
PLOTKIN, PLATKIN  KIMMELMAN Family Genealogy Reports and Charts
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