Missing People -- A

Abramovich, Bentsin

In search of descendants of Bentsin Abramovich, who was born in Ismail, Ukraine in 1892. His father’s name was Leyb; his mother’s name was Riva. He had two brothers, Shabsa and Yakov, and a sister, Slanakova. Leyb had a house with four apartments in the center of Ismail. Bentsin immigrated to the United States in 1915.

The inquirer is a niece of Bentsin


Alexandrovskaya, Sura-Genya

In search of descendants of Sura-Gennya Alexandrovskaya, who was born in the village of Chicherin, Ukraine in approximately 1898. She immigrated to the United States before the revolution around 1916. She was married to Schmilek and resided in Brooklyn, NY.

The inquirer is a nephew of Sara-Gennya

 


Ant, Isaak

In search of descendants of Isaak Ant, who was born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1907. His father’s name was Kalman. In the beginning of WWII, Isaak was drafted into the Army from Podolsk Sewing Machine factory. He was declared missing in action in April 1944.

The inquirer is a daughter of Isaak

       

From left to right: Isaak Ant, Isaak and Ester Ant, Isaak and Leya


Arbetsman, David -- descendants of

In search of the descendants of David Arbetsman, son of Jacob, who was born in the Ukraine and immigrated to the United States in approximately 1920 with his parents and two sisters. Jacob left behind in Odessa his brother Kiva.

The inquirer is a son of Kiva

       


Asnin, Eshe

In search of descendants of Eshe (Iosif, Josef) Asnin, who was born around 1872-1874 in Lyady, Mogilev Gubernya, Byelorussia. His father’s name was Chaim-David; his mother’s name was Bruma-Mina. They were a large, religious family with 14 children. Only the oldest son Eshe immigrated to the United States around 1890-1893.

The inquirer is a nephew of Eshe