Missing People -- F
In search of the descendants of Boruch Fain, who was born in Cleveland, Ohio sometime around 1927-1932. His father, Moishe, immigrated to the United States from Braulov, Vinitskiy district, Ukraine. Boruch had four children, and they lived in New York.
The inquirer is a cousin of Boruch.
Faysman, Etya (descendants of)
In search of the descendants of Etya Faysman, who was born in Brichevo, Bessarabia. Her father's name was Yakov; her mother's name was Frima. The family evacuated to Chardzchow, Uzbekistan during WWII, but it is believed that Etya is the only one of the family to have survived.
The inquirer is a cousin of Etya.
In search of Cecile Feiler, who was born in approximately 1932 in Belgium. She stayed with the Peeters in Antwerp, Belgium for three years around 1942-1944. She lived with her parents in Antwerp before the war. In the 1950s, Cecile and her husband traveled to Belgium on vacation and made contact with the Peeters family.
The inquirer is the Peeters family.
In search of the descendants of Bella Feldman (née Titerman), who was born in 1892 in Voznesensk, Ukraine. She immigrated to the United States circa 1921 and first settled in Newark, New Jersey. She later moved to Philadelphia, where she lived until at least 1950. She (or her husband) likely were involved in the fur coat business.
The inquirer is a niece of Bella.
In search of the descendants of Hershel (Harry) Feldman, who was born in 1886-1888 in Korsun-Shevchensk, Cherkaskaya Oblast, Ukraine. He immigrated to the United States before 1917. His last known address was: 1108 Barringer Street, Philadelphia, PA 19119
The inquirer is a nephew of Hershel.
Feliciant, Yefim (descendants of)
In search of the descendants of Yefim Feliciant, who was born in approximately 1880-1887 in Vitebsk, Belorussia. Prior to 1914, Yefim and his relative, Mr. Shapiro, left for England. After WWI, they reached the United States. Yefim left behind in Vitebsk his wife Frieda and daughter Rachel (born in 1914). Mr. Feliciant was a flautist, and Mr. Shapiro was a violinist.
The inquirer is a grandson of Yefim.
In search of Semyon Fidelman, who was born on May 1, 1946 in Chernovtsy, Ukraine. He immigrated to Brazil in 1972. His father’s name is Naum; his mother’s name is Bronya. He has a sister, Geta, who currently lives in Brooklyn and has a pharmacy.
The inquirer is a friend of Semyon.
Fish, Isaac (descendants of)
In search of the descendants of Isaac Fish, who was born in Elizavetgrad (now Kirovograd), Ukraine in 1860-1870. He immigrated to the United States (either Philadelphia, Chicago, or San Francisco) in 1904-1906 with his family. He left his daughter Maria (born 12/25/1903) in Ukraine with a relative named Krikynchik who died sometime between 1941 and 1945. In 1926, Maria received a visa but did not leave Ukraine. In 1940, communication was interrupted.
The inquirer is a daughter of Maria.
Fishbein, Lelya (descendants of)
In search of the descendants of Lelya Fishbein, who immigrated to the United States in the 1930s from Dunayevtsy, Kamenets-Podolsky District, Khemelnitsky Region, Ukraine. He was accompanied by his sisters, Sosya and Polya.
Lelya married in the United States, and his wife's name was Anna. They had two sons, Edwin and Alter. Edwin's wife is named Miriam, and they had three children: David (49), Benjamin (46), and Dina (44). Alter's wife is named Lynn. Alter and Lynn also had three children: Itel (41), Steven (45), and Doel (36).
The inquirer is a grand-nephew of Lelya Fishbein.
Fishman, Iosif (descendants of)
In search of the descendants of Iosif Fishman, who was born in Kulchin, Ukraine. His father’s name was Isaac; his mother’s name was Hava. He immigrated to the United State with his sister, Sosya, and relatives, Chaim and Yankel Kishko, in 1921.
The inquirer is a nephew of Iosif.
Freiberg, Sigbert (spelling uncertain),
In search of Sigbert Freiberg (spelling uncertain) or his descendants. A Holocaust survivor, Sigbert was featured on a radio show called "Reunion" in 1947.
Sigbert's family lived in Berlin and, one by one, they all were taken to concentration camps. The only family members to survive were Sigbert and his father, with whom he reunited after the war.
The inquirer is the Yiddish-American Radio.
Fri(e)dman, Iosif (Josef)
In search of Iosif (Josef) Fri(e)dman, who was born in 1925 in the village of Reshkany in Moldova. In 1943, Iosif was drafted into the Soviet Army. Lacking any information that he was killed or missing in action, there is a hope that he survived and immigrated to Canada or the United States.
His father's name was Chaim-Leyb, and his mother's name was Esther.
The inquirer is the sister of Iosif.
Fuksman, Isaac (descendants of)
In search of the descendants of Isaac Fuksman, who was born circa 1880 in Radomysl, Ukraine. His father’s name was Samuel. Isaac immigrated to the US after 1905, leaving behind his wife, Chasya; three sons, Samuel, Ilya, and Naum; and daughter, Maria.
The inquirer is a daughter of Naum.