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Shchadryn (Scadryn), Belarus

Last updated January 3, 2017

Jewish Schedrinners

Compiled by Melissa Kaplan

 


The following represent the known names of Jews who lived in Shchedrin. If you know of other names, please submit them so they may be added to the list. For some of these names, the meaning or origin of the name has been added to the What's In A Name? page. These names will be marked with an * which you may click on to go to the discussion of that name. If you know the origin or meaning of any of the the names which are not linked, please consider submitting them so they may be added.

Names with hyperlinks represent those names for which we know there is someone researching that family name. The researcher's name and contact information can be found on the Family Researchers List.

 

Aisenstat
Alexander
Aptek
Bass
Bereskin
Bentzianov
Berlin
Caplan (see Kaplan)
Chafkin (see Chavkin)
Chavkin *
Denburg
Dubrovsky (Dubrowsky)
Dvorkin
Elkin (Elkins)
Epstein
Ehrenberg
Eisenstadt
Estrin
Finkelstein
Friedland
Ganelin
Ganellan
Gankin
Garelick (see also Gorelick)
Garrick (see also Gorelick)
Ganzman
Gelfond
Genchel
Gessen (Gessin)
Ginsberg (Ginsburg)
Gluskin
Golodetz
Gordon
Gorelick
Greenberg
Greenblat(t)
Griefer

Havkin (see Chavkin)
Helfond (see Gelfond)
Henyon (see Hannon)
Horlick (Horelick)
Horvitz
Jaffa
Kaplan *
Kessel
Khavkine (see Chavkin)
Kimelman
Kimmelman (see Kimelman)
Krotin
Kurtser
Landau
Laskin (see Gluskin)
Leveranz
Lifshitz
Lipsky
Lipson
Litvin
Livstone
Madorsky (Madorskaya)
Mandel
Margolin
Maskalik (see Moskalik)
Oklin (see Okun)
Okun *
Olshansky
Palei

Palley (see Palei)
Parkovnick (Parhovnick/Parchovnik)
Parton
Pinski (see Pinsky)
Pinsky (see Pinski)
Plotkin
Posner
Rabinovitz (-wicz)
Rabkin
Raskin
Ruskin
Seidman
Seligman
Shader
Shadur (see Shader)
Shapiro
Shenderovich
Schenderovitch
Schenderovitz

Skorman
Soloviev
Stein
Sverdlov(e)
Volfson
Weiner
Wertkin
Yudow
Yudowitz
Zeligman
Zuber

  According to Chuck Mozeson [no valid email address], a number of Schedrinners with these names emigrated to southern Alberta, Canada, in the early 1900s, with many settling (and remaining) in the Calgary area.

Please contact us if you have any names or meanings/origins of names that can be added to these pages. If you have not yet registered your family names with JewishGen and wish to do so, please go to the JewishGen.org Family Research site.

Be sure to also check Andrew Sverdlove's Shedrin Descendents for charts of descendents and more, material originally gathered over the decades by Harry Katz, which has been given to Andrew to digitize and expand.


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