Missing People -- H
In search of Julia Haloski, who was born in 1951 in Illinois. Her father's name is Frank Haloski; her mother's name is Gafia Evans. Julia married in 1969 and changed her last name. Her last known address was: 7900 Lemont Road Downers Grove, IL 60516.
Gafia's father, Nicolas Evans, immigrated to the United States in 1905 with his wife Anna and two daughters, Maria and Olena. Six more children were born in America: Gafia, Polina, Vaseline, Dmitro, Ivan, and Kristina. Maria and Olena got married and went back to the Ukraine (which was Czechoslovakia at that time) in 1922.
The inquirer is a granddaughter of Maria.
In search of the descendants of Samuel Hirsch. He was born in Livada, Hungary (now Romania) between 1895 and 1897. His father’s name was Isac Hirsch (born 1873); his mother's name was Emilia Hirsch (born Emilia Becski on April 2, 1873). He immigrated to the United States between 1936 and 1938 with his mother's brothers, one of whom was named Louis Becski.
Samuel married an American, Sid (maiden name unknown, died 1974). He was known to have lived at 175 North Lake Trail, Palm Beach, FL, USA.
Samuel had two children, Richard and Bob. Richard (last known address: 915 Broadway, New York, NY, USA) married and had two daughters, Nina and Nancy, born in the mid- to late- 1950s. Bob married Olinka Neubauer and had two daughters, Susie and Michelle, born in the late 1960s.
The inquirer is a niece of Samuel Hirsch.
Horowitz (Ogurok), Jacob
In search of the descendants of Jacob Horowitz. He was born in the Ulla, Vitebsk region of Belarus in 1894. His father's name was Bentzion. Jacob left Vitebsk in 1910.
The inquirer is a nephew of Jacob.
In search of the descendants of Jacob Hurevitz, who arrived in the United States from Russia in sometime between 1903 and 1905 and settled in Hartford, Connecticut. His wife's name was Betsy. Between 1912 and 1915, they had two children: Nathan and Helen.
The inquirer is a cousin of Nathan.