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Migration Tables of Lyakhovichi - Page Nine


This is a page in our Documents section. Click the Documents button in the left-hand column to see other resources. You may also wish to see other pages related to Migration linked from our page Migration Documents

All of the Migration information formerly collected into tables and indices on our site have been combined into one single data table which is divided alphabetically over several pages.

Those pages are:
Migration Documents A or O
Migration Documents B or P
Migration Documents CGHKQ
Migration Documents D or T
Migration Documents EIJY
Migration Documents F
Migration Documents L
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Migration Documents R
Migration Documents S, Ts, Tz, Z, Ci Cy Ce
Migration Documents UVW



Before you begin, a reminder that you also have the resources of a whole-domain search for finding the latest additions to surnames on our site at GOOGLE.COM.
SEE INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMPLES ON OUR PAGE Website Indices

Migration Tables Introduction
by Deborah Glassman, copyright 2008

See the introduction to these records and what we have done with them at Migration Documents A-B!

Migration Tables R

Surname

Given

Date

Age

Ports, residences, manifest info(for third parties, how they are related and where they live)

Relatives and Destinations
(for Third Parties - Immigrating party)

Names Indexed from this record (still in progress, emigrant is in Surname Index, others added as they are noted here

Webmaster Notes -Source and Other

RABINOWICZ

Leiber

8/24/1920

ng

friend in Baranowicze

trav in party of Cypa Waron 30 and ch Szehul 7;

NYI

ext Nov 2009

RATTNER

M

3/20/1902

ng

cousin in NYC

immigration of Josef Jutkowski 42 and Simsche Jutkowski age 14;

NYI

extracted Nov 2009

RESNICK

Mojze

Lachowiicze Poland

father

HAMERMAN, Chaja

09/14/1921

NYI

 

RESNICK

Mojze

Lachowiicze Poland

grandfather

HAMERMAN, Neiach

09/14/1921

NYI

 

REUBEN, M.

 

c/o

 

Phila

SAPOCZNIK, Benjamin

 

 

Rosenfeld and Son

 

NYC

c/o dest.

CZESCHKIN Malka

04/07/1912

NYI

 

ROSS, Rosie

 

sister

 

US

LIPKUS, Bessie

 

 

ROTHFEDER, Itzig

 

uncle

 

Cleveland OH

SWERDGINSKI, Chaje

 

 

ROTHMAN

David

St Louis MO

Cousin

CZAICZNICZ, Schaje

11/16/1904

NYI

 

ROTHMAN

David

St Louis MO

bro-law

BLINDER, Chajem

11/16/1904

NYI

 

RUBIN

Morris

NYC

Fthr-law

GAM, Jeschie

10/31/1904

NYI

 

RUBIN, L

 

stepbro

 

Phila.

ARONCZYK, Aran

 

 

RUBINSTEIN

Ester

Mikaszewicze

sister

CHINICZ, Abram

3/12/1924

NYI

 

RUBINSTEIN

Ester

Mikaszewicze

Sister--law

CHINICZ, Malka

3/12/1924

NYI

 

RUBINSTEIN

Ester

Mikaszewicze

aunt

CHINICZ, Jakob Mowsza

3/12/1924

NYI

 

RUDOWITZKI, Josiel

 

husband

 

In transit

RUDOWITZKI, Riwe

 

 

RUDOWITZKI, Riwe

 

wife

 

In transit

RUDOWITZKI, Josiel

 

 

RUSKIN (see Breskin)

Jankel

NYC

bro-law

BROMBERG, Abram

02/03/1914

NYI

 


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