USVYATSKY FAMILY TREE
1) Chaim Dovid USVYATSKY (? - ?) married Unknown
2) Ya’acov / Yankel USVYATSKY (1817-?) married first wife Feyga RAITZYN (1816-?). In 1845 living in Bobrovo, a village halfway between Rossasna and Dubrovno, with his father-in-law’s family.
Moved to Rossasna by 1852. First renter, then owner, of a tavern/inn/post office and owner of a house. Value of korchma 150 rubles. Value of house Town fire in 1877 damaged his house.
Synagogue member. In 1903 left Rossasna, visited family in Odessa, then went to “Jerusalem”. Reputed to have died at age 105.
3)Beylya USVYATSKY (1836-?)
3) Itzko Iser USVYATSKY (1839-?)
3) Leyba USVYATSKY (1841-?) married Unknown SHUSTER. In 1874 was living with his wife’s family. Synagogue member, homeowner by 1884 of wooden house with shingled roof and wooden sheds, valued at 60 rubles.
4) Chaim USVYATSKY (1865-?) married Dvoira UNKNOWN (1868-?). Owned a grocery store located in his home.
The house was a single story wooden house with a singled roof, and 1 wooden shed with a straw roof, valued at 60 rubles. He also owned a cow and a horse.
In 1927 he and his daughter Golda and her husband and children moved to the collective farm “Leninets”.
5) Golda USVYATSKY (1891-1941?) married Boris RIVKIN (1890-1941?)
6) Lev RIVKIN (1917-?). Communist party member, farmer, drafted in 1935.
6) Yakov RIVKIN (1921-?)
6) Nona RIVKIN (1926-?)
6) Aron RIVKIN (1930-1941?)
5) Simcha USVYATSKY (1893-1915) Listed as missing in action near the town of Smorgon during WWI.
5) Mendel USVYATSKY (1902-?) married Riva UNKNOWN. A carpenter, he and his family moved to Birobidjan in 1933.
6) Masha USVYATSKY (1930-?)
4) Binyamin USVYATSKY (1873-?). Left Rossasna in 1906, unknown destination.
3) Meriyam USVYATKY (1844-?)
3) Reizel USVYATSKY (1846-?)
2) Ya’acov / Yankel USVYATSKY (1817-?) married second wife Bashe UNKNOWN (1828-?)
3) Riklya USVYATSKY (1851-?)
3) Peysakh-Dovid USVYATSKY (8153-?) married Unknown. Synagogue member.
4) Kalman USVYATSKY (1870-?) married Unknown. Owned a store located in his home. Sold tobacco, matches, candles and kerosene.
His property included a single story wooden house with a shingled roof, 2 wooden sheds with straw roofs, and a well, valued at 75 rubles.
5) Yakov USVYATSKY (1894-?) married Fira UNKNOWN (1896-?). He owned a house and had a cow. In 1927 he and his wife and children moved to the collective farm “Leninets”.
In 1933 they moved to Birobidjan, the Jewish Autonomous Region.
6) Polina USVYATSKY (1920-?)
6) Anna USVYATSKY (1925-?)
6) Mark USVYATSKY (1928-?)
6) Basya USVYATSKY (1930-?)
5) Meir USVYATSKY (1897-?) Served in the Red Army, discharged 1922.
5) David USVYATSKY (1912-?), Moved to Birobidjan in 1933.
4) Elya USVYATSKY (1882-1939) married Sheyna UNKNOWN. “Worker” -- probably in a factory.
Lived in Dubrowna, owned a one story wooden house with a shingled roof, 2 rooms and a kitchen, valued at 100 rubles. He died of cardiac arrest.
5) Zalman USVYATSKY (1906-?) married Shosha UNKNOWN. Farmer, moved with his family and his mother in law (Sora GINDIN daughter of Abram) to Dzhankoy, Crimea in 1933.
6) Rokha USVYATSKY (1931-?)
5) Mendel USVYATSKY (1910-?) married Bunya UNKNOWN. Worked as a stable boy, drafted in 1928. Moved with his family to Orsha in 1940.
6) Raya USVYATSKY (1936-?)
6) Dina USVYATSKY (1938-?)
5) Chaya USVYATSKY (1914-1930). Died of pneumonia.
5) Nekhama USVYATSKY (1915-?) married Unknown BOGORAD. Family moved to Orsha in 1929.
4) Borukh Itzko USVYATSKY (1887-?) married Feiga UNKNOWN. Accountant, BUND member, served on Board of Goretsky district revolutionary committee.
Owned a single story wooden house with a shingled roof, and a wooden shed with a straw roof, valued at 60 rubles.
5) Shimon USVYATSKY (1914-?) Lived in Leningrad by 1938.
5) Moritz USVYATSKY (1920-?) Communist party member, farmer, drafted in 1938.
5) David USVYATSKY (1925-1927)
4) Movsha USVYATSKY (1896-?). Drafted in 1915, during WWI.
3) Feyga USVYATSKY (1856-?)
3) Chaim USVYATSKY (1860-?) married Unknown. Lived in Dubrowna. Owned a 1 story wooden house with an iron roof, 3 rooms and a kitchen, well and a shed, valued at 180 rubles. Exempted from the draft in 1881.
4) Abram USVYATSKY (1888-?) married Genya UNKNOWN (1889-?). Lived in Dubrowna. Communist party member from 1915.
Deported to Siberia for printing and distributing illegal literature, then returned to Dubrovna 1917. Director of tinsmiths’ union “The Red Hammer”.
Owned half of a 1 story wooden house with an iron roof, 3 rooms, kitchen and separate entrance, valued at 100 rubles. Moved with his family to Vitebsk in 1929.
5) Shimon USVYATSKY (1912-?)
5) Roza USVYATSKY (1914-?)
5) Paulina USVYATSKY (1917-?)
5) Yankel USVYATSKY (1922-?)
5) Masha USVYATSKY (1925-?)
4) Sholom Dovid USVYATSKY (1898-?) married Rivka UNKNOWN (1901-1937; died of meningitis). Lived in Dubrowna. Served in the Red Army, demobilized 1922.
He and his wife were office workers in the draft registration office.
5) Basha USVYATSKY (1922-?). In 1939 listed as a member of the Communist party.
5) Dora USVYATSKY (1924-?) In 1939 listed as a member of the Communist party.
5) Moisey USVYATSKY (1930-?)
4) Basya Leya USVYATSKY (1901-?). Moved to Vitebsk to attend vocational school and become a teacher.
3) Shmuilo USVYATSKY (1863-?). Drafted in 1884.
3) Tsipa USVYATSKY (1865-?) Moved to Odessa, married Yankel Srul Gershkov MAKAROVSKY in 1894.
3) Leah USVYATSKY (1869-) Moved to Odessa, married Mishel Yankelev GRINBERG, a widower in 1897.
4) Chaim Asikh GRINBERG (1903-?)
4) Basya Khiena GRINBERG (1909-?)
3) Baila USVYATSKY (1872-1956) Moved to Odessa. Married first David Boruchov GELLMAN
4) Benjamin Chaim David GELLMAN (1896-1979) surname changed to SWARTZ in the US. Married Sarah Rose ROSENSTEIN in Detroit. *This is the family of the webmaster.*
3) Baila USVYATSKYK (1872-1956) married second Shloima CZORNYI.
4) Rosya / Rose CHERNY (1904-1984). Married William LEVINE in Detroit.
2) Ya’acov / Yankel USVYATSKY (1817-?) married third wife Hinda Leya UNKNOWN (1837-?).
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Created by JP February 2016
Last updated by JP January 2018
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