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This site is created as a way to further research and publication of materials on the history of Lyakhovichi.If you have been aided in your research and wish to contribute materials and resources to further our knowledge, contact Gary Palgon and ask how you can help.

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Primary Records of Other Nations Created about those from Lyakhovichi


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.

We have greatly expanded the coverage of primary records in in the nations to which Lechovichers emigrated, their "nations of landing." There is now a link box on the first page of this new series of pages. Please go to Nations of Landing Records - Description of US Federal Records to find the links to all of the pages.


Primary Records of Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa
by Deborah G. Glassman, copyright 2009

New Zealand Naturalization Records

Rachel (Beder) Arons' naturalization
Rachel (Beder) Arons' naturalization, p2
Thanks to Eleanor Newland for this record of her mother!

I have more images and data for this section, but have not had time to work on it. Joseph Beder has shared images and historical materials on Annie Beder Deckston of Wellington New Zealand - one of the earlier settlers of the community. I have found travel documents for Lechovichers heading in and out of British colonies in South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand, in the pre World War I period, in the Between the Wars period (1920s-1930s) and just after WWII.I hope to include them in the next update.







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