Missing People -- T

Tabachnik, Aaron

In search of descendants of Aaron Tabachnik, was born approximately in 1892 in Ukraine. He left behind his wife Olta and daughter Feiga in Ukraine and immigrated to the United States in1916-1917. Supposedly he lived in Philadelphia.

The inquirer is a granddaughter


Tabakman, Margaret

In search of the descendants of Margaret Tabakma. Born in Cordoba, Argentina in 1924. Parents immigrated to the Argentina in 1918. Father's name was Hershel; grandfather's name was Mordki; grandmother's name was Hester. Mordki and Hester had four children: Zisya, Sosya, Huma, Hershel.

The inquirer is a cousin of Margaret


Taksa, Elli

In search of the descendants of Elli Taksa. Elli was born c.1890 - 1892 in Khodorkov, Zhitomirskaya Gubernia, Ukraine. Elli arrived in the United States c. 1920 - 1924 and settled in Chicago, Illinois.

The inquirer is a nephew of Elli


Tal, Israel

In search of descendants of Israel and Abraham Tal, were born approximately in 1869-1876 in Saint Peterburg or Pavlovsk. They immigrated from Peterburg or Riga before 1917.They were merchants. They had a sister named Riva who stayed in Russia.

The inquirer is a granddaughter of Riva


Talakay,

In search of the descendants of Talalay, maiden name Mihelevich or Moyshevech. Born in Mogilev, Belorussia before 1907. Immigrated to the United States in 1917-1920.

The inquirer is a relative of Talalay


Tevelev, M.

In search of the descendants of M. Tevelev, who was born in Velizh, Russia, circa 1904 and immigrated to the US 1920-1925. The last known residence was Chicago.

The inquirer is a cousin of M. Tevelev


Tiger, Pasha

In search of descendants of Pasha (Peisa) Tiger, born circa 1900-1910 in Rezekne, Latvia. She immigrated to the United State with her daughter Feisa (Fanya) between 1920 and 1930. Her father’s name was Isaac Shaykind. She had three brothers, Iosef (1894), Tsodik, and Arkady (Haukel); and two sisters, Eva Kvetnaya and Fanya Levina. Pasha sent letters and packages of food and clothes to Eva until 1948.

The inquirer is a son of Iosef


Tolchinsky, Aron

In search of the descendants of Aron Tolchinsky, born in 1874 in Kremenchug, Ukraine, who arrived in the United States in 1920 with his family.

The inquirer is a niece of Aron


Toyber, David

In search of the descendants of David Toyber. David was born in 1885 - 1887, in the Mogilev, Viinitskaya Region, Ukraine.
His father’s name is Chaim-Srul Fishberg and his mother's name is Channa Fishberg. David used to sing Jewish folk songs on the stage.

The inquirer is his relative on the mother's side


Tsinker, Motl

In search of descendants of Motl Tsinker, was born approximately in 1902 possibly in Berdichev, Ukraine. His father's name was Leib Zinker; his mother's name was Khai-Sura Frenkel. Motl with his married sister Perl Drekler immigrated to the Unated States before 1917.

The inquirer is a relative


Tsukerman, Aron -- descendants of

In search of descendants of Aron Tsukerman, son of Yankel, born in Minsk, Belorussia. He was married to Frida and had three children: Chaim-Ruva (died in WWI); Izik (1905-1956), and Basya (1908-1954).
Aron went to the United States several times to earn money. After his wife Frida died in 1920, he didn’t come back to Minsk again and got married in America. After WWII, Aron found his children and sent them parcels until 1952.

The inquirer is a daughter of Basya


Tsybulskiy, Nicolaj

In search of descendants of Nicolaj Tsybulskiy, was born approximately in 1881-1888 in Grodno (Belostok), Bealrus. He immigrated to the United States in 1912-1914 left behind him wife Maria and son Ivan.

The inquirer is a grandson of Nicolaj.

 


Turetsky, Berl

In search of the descendants of Berl Turetsky (1892-1893) immigrated with his sisters Mane-Feigl (1884-1885), Chaya-Sore (1894-1895), Sheine-Malke (1896-1897) approximately in 1920 to the New York. They were born in Petrikov, Gomelskaya oblast, Russia. There father’s name was Moshe; mother’s name was Brianna.

The inquirer is a niece of Berl