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Married Couples Database:
A Collaborative Database of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Records by Deborah G. Glassman, copyright 2008

This is a page in our Documents section. Click the button labeled "Documents" in the left-hand column to reach all of the other resources of the Document area. It is also a part of the Current Projects listed in the Welcome section, so you may also click that button to read about other current collaborative projects on which we are working.

Married Couples Database - Ordered by Husbands' Surnames Beginning with D or T

Married Couple's Database Project
Married Couple's Database A or O
Married Couple's Database B or P
Married Couple's Database C or G or H or K, Q
Married Couple's Database D or T You are Here!
Married Couple's Database E or I or J or Y
Married Couple's Database F
Married Couple's Database L
Married Couple's Database M or N
Married Couple's Database R
Married Couple's Database S or Z or Ts, Tz, and soft C
Married Couple's Database U or V or W

Important Information about this Database shared on each of the above linked pages

This Database is designed to be a collaborative effort, a place where research is shared in a timely fashion, where others are able to see what we know right now about people who were born in Lyakhovichi. The goal is to find the names of as many married couples as possible where at least one of the parties was born in or resided in Lyakhovichi. Privacy concerns will keep most of our efforts focused on people who were born in the nineteenth century and the early twentieth. This list starts off drawing on three kinds of records. Immigration Records; Holocaust Testimony; and the pages that some of you have begun sending me on your personal research to be shared. The Immigrant Lists, because the dispersal of families in the early twentieth century separated many of Lyakhovichi heritage from cousins who stayed, went to other cities, and went to other countries. The Holocaust lists, because it is a good reminder that despite the Nazis best efforts, these people remain a part of our families and we reaffirm our committment to learn about each of them and keep them in our memories. The shared research, because we are the repositories of our family's oral history, photographic heritage, and the many documents that have always been in the private sector. Go to Married Couple's Database Project to see how to contribute, how to volunteer to edit a page for this Database, and more.

As you look at the table on the folowing pages, please note that even for these people on whom we have starting information, there is much more we can learn if those who spot their relatives will share information. Specifics include:

If a person is reported in the Holocaust Testimony, that does not mean that they died in the Holocaust, but means that a member of their family did and they may have been cited as relatives father, mother, spouse, child, et al. Many people who we can add to the Married Couples database, lost their adult children in the Holocaust, long after their own deaths. We can see this in families where many of the young people who perished, are carrying the names of their grandparents who died before World War I. If you use this resource to identify family members who filed these reports, or you are the knowledgeable party, please let us know more relevant details about anyone named.

There are other records suggested by these records. If a person is named in an immigration record there may be a US death certificate that provides the names of both parents including mother's maiden name. The draft records of World War I, citizenship papers, visa applications for late immigrants, etc. may be found by you as you recognize new names to add to your search. Please share your findings. If a person is named in a Holocaust Testimony but died before the Shoah, they may appear in the records of other countries in which they lived and died. And the record of a sibling may provide clues every bit as valuable as those of youor direct ancestors.

You may see a reference to additional information available about a particular family in the 1874 List of Jewish Males of Lyahovichi or the 1858-1884 Supplementary Revision Lists of Lyakhovichi. Both of these sources are still being brought to publication by supporters of the Lyakhovichi Resource Group. Contact Gary Palgon to learn how you can contribute and view this information now. Lack of such notice doesn't mean that they are not there, just that the webmaster ran out of time in this update!

The entire Married Couples Database has been indexed for the November 2009 and the ordering has been rearranged. Surnames beginning with F may also be exchanged for V sound spellings and with the occassional P such as Feinstein for Weinstein and Fren for Pren. But this small list will start us off.

MARRIED COUPLES DATABASE, Page D or T
(From Immigration Records, Holocaust Testimony,
and Collaborative Data sharing
by Deborah Glassman, copyright 2008, 2009
Information Collection is Ongoing. This was most recently updated November 2009

HUSBAND’S SURNAME

HUSBAND GIVEN NAME

WIFE's
SURNAME

WIFE
GIVEN NAME

CHILDREN

SOURCE, DETAILS

Names in Index related to this family

DANILEWITZ

Schmuil (in Lachowitz in 1910)

 

 

Judel in NYC in 1910
Feige Leie, 19 in 1910

 

Im recs of Feige Leie 12/20/1910 citing fthr Schmuil Danilewitz in Lachowitz  and bro Judel Danilowitz NYC  Immigration Recs

DANILEWITZ, Schmul DANILEWITZ, Judel   DANILEWITZ, Feige Leie

DEIWIS

Louis, 36 in 1911

?

Esther

 

Im rec of Louis Deiwis  7/10/1911 with his wife Esther in Lachowitz Minsk; going to his cousin Sam Berkowitz in New Britain Connecticut Immigration

DEIWIS, Louis
DEIWIS, Esther
BERKOWITZ,  Sam

DITKOWSKI

 

 

 

Lemke in NYC 1906                Charne, 16 1906

Charne’s im rec 12/24/1906 Immigration Recs

DITKOWSKI, Lemke
DITKOWSKI, Charne

DITKOWSKI

David (son of Peisach and Hinda Reizels?)

ANGELOWITZ

Michla (dtr of Noakh and Mery) 1890

Sara, 17
Pesia 14
Leah 12
Rakhel 10

 

Michla’s POT  reported by her bro Gedaliah Angelowicz Holocaust Testimony

DITKOWSKI, David DITKOWSKI, Michla (Angelowitz) DITKOWSKI, Sara DITKOWSKI, Pesia DITKOWSKI,  Leah DITKOWSKI, Rakhel DITKOWSKI, Peisach DITKOWSKI,  Hinda Reizels          ANGELOWITZ, Michla ANGELOWITZ, Noakh ANGELOWITZ, Mrs Mery             ANGELOWITZ, Gedaliah

DITKOWSKY

David  in prop recs 1877 (dead before his namesake grandson  David was born c. 1890)

 

Bluma? (she is property owner of this surname, not clear relationship to this family

Peisach

 

Russian Property Records show David Ditkowsky, Bluma Ditkowsky;  and Khaim Ditkowsky. Russian Directory rec of 1911 names David’s son Peisach Davidovich

DITKOWSKY, Peisach
DITKOWSKY, David father of Peisach Hinde Reizels)
DITKOWSKY, Bluma
DITKOWSKY, Khaim

DITKOWSKY

Peisach (son of David) (he is a well-established balle-bos, a Jew and a merchant and a fine bal-keri'oh [Torah reader] in the shtib'l [prayer-house] of the Koidanover Chassidim) people call him by his wife's name “Pesach Hinde-Reizel's”.

 

Hinda Reizels She was a Jewish woman of “fire and flame”. She ran a pelt store, a business which is not easy to undertake even for a male. She ran that business with a lot of energy and a loud voice. She spent from early morning to late at night in the store.

(David?)

Peisach is in 1911 Business directories. He owned a leather goods operation  and his wife ran a pelt business. Also  both are described in Avrom Lev’s memoir

DITKOWSKY, Pesach
DITKOWSKY, David father of Peisach Hinde Reizels)
DITKOWSKY, Hinde Reizel
DITKOWSKY, David son of Peisach Hinde Reizels)

DITKOWSKI

Yudel born
Lyakhovichi , d Wilno

 

 

Shlomo, student, fl Wilno, d Dachau b 1923
Dora (dep)

Shlomo’s  POT by sister Dora Josephson Holocaust Testimony

DITKOWSKI, Yudel
DITKOWSKI, Shlomo
DITKOWSKI, Dora
JOSEPHSON, Dora (Ditkowski)

DOKUCZLIWY

Yitzhak

LEKHOVICER

Baila, 1875

 

Baila’s death reported by Genya Hokhman. Says Lechowitz Poland but not clear  that not Lechowitz Ukraine d. Ostrog ghetto Holocaust Testimony

DOKUCZLIWY, Yitzhak
DOKUCZLIWY, Baila (Lekhovicher)
HOKHMAN, Genya

DOLGOPIATY

Moshe
He was dead before WWII as she was a widow, but still living in 1930 when her dtr born

VEINSTEIN

Masha b1890
(Dtr of Mendel)

Reuven 1909
Jakob 1915
Sara b 1930

 

Masha and Sara had Pages of Testimony from the Gantsevichi community org. Reuven and Jakob  from their friend Moshe Zelikovitz Died in Gantsevichi Holocaust Testimony

DOLGOPIATY, Moshe       DOLGOPIATY, Masha (Veinstein) DOLGOPIATY, Reuven
DOLGOPIATY, Jakob
DOLGOPIATY, Sara
VEINSTEIN,  Masha VEINSTEIN,   Mendel  ZELIKOVITZ, Moshe

DUBINSKI

 

 

Hadasa

Abraham, b 1912
Eliezer b 1914

Reported by Sara Lautzker Holocaust Testimony

DUBINSKI,  Mrs Hadasa DUBINSKI,   Abraham
DUBINSKI,   Eliezer
LAUTZKER, Sara

DUBOVSKI

Alter  b 1884(son of Yakov and Sara)

MUKASEY

Leah, 1890 (dtr of  Zvi and Rachel)

Zvi

 

Son Tzvi Dubovski gave Holocaust Testimony

DUBOVSKI, Alter DUBOVSKI, Yakov DUBOVSKI, Mrs Sara DUBOVSKI, Leah (Mukasey)          DUBOVSKI, Zvi
MUKASEY, Zvi
MUKASEY,  Mrs Rachel

DUBOVSKI

David

 

 

Shalom b 1908

Holocaust Testimony

DUBOVSKI, David DUBOVSKI, Shalom

 

DUBOVSKI

Shalom b 1908 (son of David)

RABINOWITZ

Shoshana

Rivka

Holocaust Testimony

DUBOVSKI, David DUBOVSKI, Shalom
DUBOVSKI, Shoshana (Rabinowitz)
DUBOVSKI, Rivka
RABINOWITZ, Shoshana

DUBOVSKI

Yakov

 

Sara

Alter b 1884             

In report on Alter Dubovski by Alter’s son Tzvi Holocaust Testimony

DUBOVSKI, Yakov DUBOVSKI, Mrs Sara DUBOVSKI, Alter
DUBOVSKI, Zvi

TENNENBAUM

Henoch of Mokrany Poland son of  [Yehoshua?] and Malka. Lived Lyakhovichi, owned cattle. See notes on different father’s name  and birthplace supplied by his son.

 

Fruma, lived Lyakhovichi before War; died Maloryta Poland

Aron b 1901
Baruch b 1903 m Feiga
Feiga b 1909 m Bekerman
Yidel b 1914
Yitzhak Tanenbaum (dep2)
The birthyears are given differently by brother and son Yitzhak Tanenbaum than by great-grandchild

Reports for Fruma, Henoch, and Feigel by Fruma and Henoch’s great-granddtr  Felice Raskind All children b Lyakhovichi, most died in Malorita.
Report for Enoch by son Yitzhak Tanenbaum gives Enoch’s father’s name as Yeshayahu {Isaiah not Joshua] and birth year as 1876 and birth place as Lachowicze and mother’s name as Mala or Malka.
Yitzhak reported his grandmother Ruchama Tenenbaum’s death saying she was born in 1858 and  resided in Mokrany
Found reports on each sibling and their spouse by Yitzhak Tanenbaum. Holocaust Testimony

TENNENBAUM, Henoch TENNENBAUM, Yehoshua
TENNENBAUM, Yeshayahu TENNENBAUM, Mrs Malka
TENNENBAUM, Mrs Fruma
TENNENBAUM, Aron
TENNENBAUM, Baruch
TENNENBAUM, Feiga
TENNENBAUM, Mrs Feiga
TENNENBAUM, Yidel
TENNENBAUM, Yitzhak
BEKERMAN, Feiga (Tennenbaum)
RASKIND, Felice
TENNENBAUM, Enoch
TENNENBAUM, Mrs Ruchama
TENNENBAUM, Mrs Mala
TANENBAUM, Yitzhak

TENNENBAUM

Yeshayahu

 

Mala [Rechama?]

Henoch b 1876
Berl b 1891
Chuna b. 1896 (son of Yeshaya and Helena?)

Henoch and Berl reported with the same mother, Chuna’s mother’s name given as Helena by deponent Chuna’s nephew Yitzhak Tenenbaum who was grandson of Mala. Yitzhak Tenenbaum gave info on Chuna and Berl’s  wives and children too.
Yitzhak reported his grandmother Ruchama Tenenbaum’s death saying she was born in 1858 and  resided in Mokrany where she was murdered in 1941

TENNENBAUM, Yeshayahu   TENNENBAUM, Mrs Ruchama
TENNENBAUM, Mrs Mala
TENNENBAUM, Henoch
TENNENBAUM, Enoch
TENNENBAUM, Berl
TENNENBAUM, Chuna
TENNENBAUM, Helena

TEPAR

Moshe

 

 

Uca m. Mr. Berl

7/11/1910 im rec of dtr Uca BERL
Moische in Lyakhovichi 1910, wife? ImmigrationRecs

TEPAR, Moshe
TEPAR, Uca
BERL, Uca (Tepar)

TETZ

Yakov (son of Yosef and Rukhel) b1880

MANDEL

Gitel (dtr of Shifra) she was born in Lyakhovichi

Zypora (dep)
David b 1917
Batya b 1916

Dtr Zypora Vindenbaum is the deponent for parents, sibs died Kleck Holocaust Testimony

TETZ, Yakov
TETZ, Yosef
TETZ, Rukhel
TETZ, Gitel (Mandel)
TETZ, Zypora
TETZ, David
TETZ, Batya
MANDEL, Gitel
MANDEL, Shifra

 

TOMISOWICKI

Jossel

 

Sore

 

05/28/1908  Jossel’s im rec, states wife Sore Tomisowicka in Lachowicz, Minsk; going to  [relationship overwritten ] Jankel Steinberg, NYC

TOMISOWICKI, Jossel
TOMISOWICKI, Mrs Sore
STEINBERG, Jankel

TORETSKI

Yekutiel d age 60

TZIMRING

Ester Rosa

Leibish d age 30

reported by Khaim Vinograd Holocaust Testimony

TORETSKI, Yekutiel
TORETSKI, Kushel
TORETSKI, Ester Rosa (Tzimering)
TORETSKI, Leibish
TZIMRING, Ester Rosa
VINOGROD, Khaim

TICOCINSKY

J.

 

Rochel

 

Im rec of Rochel going to husband J. Ticocinsky in NYC 07/04/1903 Immigration Rec

TICOCINSKY, Mr. J
TICOCINSKY, Rochel

TUKTCHINSKI

Josef
(son of Shlomo and Liba) b Mir. Lived Lyakhovichi

KERBEL

Leah (dtr of Avraham-Yitzhak and Tova-Sala) b 1908

Shlomo b 1933
Khaia b 1925

Shlomo d age 7, by aunt Sara Kerbel
By sister and sislaw Holocaust Testimony

TUKTCHINSKI, Josef TUKTCHINSKI, Shlomo
 TUKTCHINSKI, Mrs Liba                TUKTCHINSKI, Leah    TUKTCHINSKI, Shlomo TUKTCHINSKI, Khaia
KERBEL, Leah       KERBEL, Avraham Yitzhak
KERBEL, Mrs Tova Sala
KERBEL, Sara

TUKACHINSKI

Mordechai aka Mordechai Shaiyels (son of Shevel)

 

Baila

Brakha b1890 m Berman
Sarah b 1898 m Preskovski
Yakov Tukachinski (dep)
Solomon Tukaczynski (died US)
Saul Tukaczynski (died in US)

Mordechai Shayels, and his dtr Brakha and two of his children "in Shanghai" and Mordechai's brother Chemya Shaiyels, all in memoirs of Avrom Lev; Brakha and Sara's deaths reported by Yakov Tukachinski; death of Mordechai's brother's son and his family in Yiskor book by Mordechai's sons. Mordechai's wife name given in the untranslated POT of both Sarah and Brakha. Holocaust Testimony; Avrom Lev

TUKACHINSKI, Mordechai
TUKACHINSKI, Mottel Shaiyels
TUKACHINSKI, Mrs Baila
TUKACHINSKI, Shevel
TUKACHINSKI, Mrs Baila
TUKACHINSKI, Brakha
TUKACHINSKI, Sara
TUKACHINSKI, Yakov
TUKACHINSKI, Solomon
TUKACHINSKI, Saul
TUKACHINSKY,  Mordechai
TUKACHINSKY, Saul
TUKACHINSKY, Solomon
TUKACHINSKY, Yakov

TUKACHINSKY

Moshe Mordechai

 

Lea Rakhel

Avraham
Yakov
Fania
Dr. Ronia

Yiskor book entry by Nisan Tukachinsky Avraham; Yakov; Fania; Ronia; d Krymchak Holocaust Testimony

TUKACHINSKY, Moshe Mordechai
TUKACHINSKI, Lea Rakhel
TUKACHINSKI, Avraham
TUKACHINSKI, Yakov
TUKACHINSKI, Fania
TUKACHINSKI, Dr. Ronia
TUKACHINSKI, Nisan

TUKACHINSKY

Nekhemia aka Chemya Shaiyels son of Sheftel  brother of Mordechai

 

Bashe

Reuven

Yiskor book entry by [Reuven’s first cousins] Saul, Solomon and Yakov Tukachinsky; Nechemia also called Chemya Shaiyels (Shaiyels a possessive name from Shevel) in Avrom Lev memoir Holocaust Testimony

TUKACHINSKY, Nekhemia
TUKACHINSKY, Chemya Shaiyels
TUKACHINSKY, Mordechai
TUKACHINSKY, Sheftel
TUKACHINSKY, Bashe
TUKACHINSKY,  Reuven

TUKACHINSKY

Nisan Aron
c1920
son of Rabbi Yehiel Michael

ZEIVALD

Zelda Tzvia

Moshe 1943-1995

 

TUKACHINSKY, Rabbi Nisan Aron
TUKACHINSKY, Rabbi Yehiel Michael
TUKACHINSKY, Michael
TUKACHINSKY, Zelda (Zeivald)
TUKACHINSKY, Moshe

TUKACHINSKY

Reuven (son of Nekhemia Shaiyels)

KHAIT

Khiena (dtr of Moshe Michael)

Shmuel
Shaul

Yiskor book entry by Saul, Solomon, Yakov Tukachinsky Holocaust Testimony

TUKACHINSKY, Reuven
TUKACHINSKY, Nekhemia Shaiyels
TUKACHINSKY, Khiena (Khait)
TUKACHINSKY, Shmuel
TUKACHINSKY, Shaul
KHAIT, Khiena
KHAIT,  Moshe Michael
TUKACHINSKY, Sau;
TUKACHINSKY, Solomon
TUKACHINSKY, Yakov

TUKACZINSKY

Saul son of Mordechai

BROCHES

Devora

Mark [Mordechai]

info from Dan Tukaczyinsky, thanks!

TUKACZINSKY, Saul
TUKACHINSKY, Saul
TUKACHINSKI, Saul
TUKACHINSKY, Moredechai
TUKACZINSKY, Devora (Broches)
TUKACZINSKY, Mark
TUKACZINSKY,  Mark
TUKACZINSKY,   Dan

TUKACHINSKY

Shabtai
[Sheftel]

 

 

Aron (Aron's is father of  Rabbi Yehiel Michael b c. 1872)

Yiskor book entry by Rabbi Yekhiel Michael Tukachinsky of Jerusalem. Holocaust Testimony

TUKACHINSKY, Shabtai
TUKACHINSKY,   Sheftel
TUKACHINSKY, Aron
TUKACHINSKY, Rabbi Yehiel Michael
TUKACHINSKY, Michael

TUKACHINSKY

Yakov

 

Rivka

Michael b 1911 single
Zelig
Feigel

Michael’s reported by Zelig; Yiskor book entry by Zalman Tukachinsky for Michael and Feigel no parents given Holocaust Testimony

TUKACHINSKY, Yakov
TUKACHINSKY, Mrs Rivka
TUKACHINSKY, Michael
TUKACHINSKY, Zelig
TUKACHINSKY, Feigel

 

TUKACHINSKY

Yakov David

KAPLANSKY (Kopelansky)

Meita

 

Yiskor book entry by Zalman Tukachinsky Holocaust Testimony

TUKACHINSKY, Yakov David
TUKACZINSKY, Meita (Kopelansky)
TUKACZINSKY, Zalman

TUKACZINSKY

Yehiel Michael (Rabbi, Jerusalem) son of Aron
1872-1955

 

 

Nisan Aron Tukachinsky

 Holocaust Testimony

TUKACZINSKY, Michael
TUKACZINSKY, Rabbi Yehiel Michael
TUKACZINSKY, Nisan Aron
TUKACZINSKY, Aron



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