Bobruisk Ancestors

The Bolotnikoffs

by Edna Hoover

Ellis Island Passenger Records

First Name Last Name Ethnicity Last Place of Residence Date of Arrival Age at Arrival Gender Marital Status Ship of Travel Port of Departure Manifest Line Number
Awrum Katzenellenson Russia Glusk, Russia December 28, 1910 29y M M President Lincoln Hamburg 0001
Freide Katzenellnson Russia, Hebrew Kowno, Russia Jun 02, 1913 28y F M Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm Bremen 0007
Moselie Katzenellnson Russia, Hebrew Kowno, Russia Jun 02, 1913 5y F S Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm Bremen 0008
Itte Katzenellnson Russia, Hebrew Kowno, Russia Jun 02, 1913 5y F S Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm Bremen 0009
Chaje Katzenellnson Russia, Hebrew Kowno, Russia Jun 02, 1913 3y F S Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm Bremen 0010

Photos

Freide-Freda Bolotnikoff and her 3 daughters, Mashe-Mary, Itte-Loretta, and Chaya-Iris. She left Bobruisk in 1913 to find her husband Avrum-Abe Katzenellenson in New York City. The couple later appears as Abe and Frieda Nelson in the 1940 Census on Mermaid Avenue in Brooklyn.

Bubbe Shimme (Sima)

Freda

Freda’s family

Freda and Abe’s graves

Nelson family event

Freda Bolotnikoff

Abe and daughters

Yiddish on the back of the photos

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