Missing People: G

Galburt

In search of descendants of Mr. Galburt, who was born between 1880 and 1890 in the Minsk region of Russia. His brother's name was Khaim. He immigrated to the United States between 1915 and 1925, returning to Minsk to visit relatives sometime around 1933 to 1935.

The inquirer is a nephew of Galburt.


Galkin, Shifra (descendents of)

In search of the descendants of Shifra née Galkin, who was born sometime between 1886 and 1895 in Poland or Russia. Her father’s name was Israel Galkin; her mother’s name was Haya-Gittle née Warchavsky. Shifra immigrated to the United States in approximately 1910, leaving behind her parents and siblings. Her father died in Bresteska around 1917. Her mother, along with five children, moved to Israel in 1926; two other children joined them in 1931 and 1934.

In the United States, Shifra got married and had two children and three grandchildren. Her daughter Eileen married Robert Cohen, a salesman in women's clothing in the New York area.

The inquirer is a grandson of Shifra’s sister Myriam.

                     
  Shifra, 1960      Shifra's son's family      Shifra's daughter's family                 Shifra & her grandchildren, 1960


Garth, Joseph

In search of the descendants of Joseph Garth, who was born in Simiatich, Lithuania. He immigrated to New York sometime around 1939 or 1940. His father 's name was Israel (Srul) Garth. His sister, Rivka Loyferman, lived in London, England; his brother Noah, also lived in New York; and his brother, Meihr-Hersh (born 1888), lived in Russia, Moldova, and Beltz.

The inquirer is a grandson of Meihr-Hersh.


Geisman, Abraham  

In search of descendants of Abraham Geisman, who was born in 1870 in Vinnitsa District, Ukraine. He immigrated to the United States with his sister, Sorka, and their families in approximately 1920. His parents and three brothers stayed in Vopnyarka, Ukraine. His father’s name was Srul (Israel); his mother’s name was Rachel; and his brothers’ names were Eli, Sishko and Itzik. His brother Eli was murdered by Petlyura’s gangs in 1919 and Abraham was sent to Eli’s children parcel from America in 1923.

The inquirer is a granddaughter of Eli.

                  
  Eli Geisman       Eli & wife Bunya    Izik & wife Beyla    Rachel Geisman


Geller, Isaac

In search of the descendants of Isaac Geller, who was born in Grosolovka, Odessa district, Ukraine in 1915. His father’s name was Hirsh; his mother’s name was Shifra. He had a wife, Sara, and a daughter, Beba. In 1942, his family received notification that he was Missing in Action. In 1946 he sent letter from Frankfort-on-the-Main that he had married a polish woman. In 1948-1950 he immigrated to USA and sent his parents a picture of his wife and son.

The inquirer is a daughter of Isaac.


Isaac Geller


German, Philip and Iosif

In search of the descendants of Philip German and his brother Iosif. They arrived in the United States in 1905 from St. Petersburg. It is known that a person whose name was Boris Zif was connected to the Germans by marriage.

The inquirer is a niece of Philip and Iosif.


Gerstein, Shalom (descendants of)

In search of descendants of Sholom Gerstein, who was born circa 1888 in the Ukraine to Peretz and Perl Gerstein, and was one of 4 brothers and 3 sisters. He immigrated to the United States around 1919 with his wife Etya Beylke and son Jacov (born approximately 1916). They possibly arrived in the United States from Cuba. He died within half a year after his arrival.

The inquirer is nephew Shalom Gernstein.


Gibiner, Iosif (descendants of)

In search of descendants of Iosif Gibiner, who was born in 1895. Iosef arrived in the U.S. after the 1917 revolution in Russia.

The inquirer is a nephew of Iosif.


Giozman, Solomon (descendants of)

In search of the descendants of Solomon Giozman. Born in Russia in 1892. First immigrated to France in 1913, then to New York, USA prior to 1950. Had a son, Naum, and a daughter, Louisa. Iza, the son of Fauna, sister of Solomon, now lives in Belorussia.

The inquirer is a nephew of Solomon.


Gitelman, Shaya (descendants of)

In search of the descendants of Shaya Gitelman. Shaya was born in the Balta, Odessa region, Ukraine and immigrated to the United States in 1913. His last letter came in 1946. He had six or seven sons and one daughter.

The inquirer is a nephew of Shaya.


Glantzow (descendants of)

In search of descendants of David, Pinkas, and Gersh (Harry) Glantzow, were born in Ukraine. Their father’s name was Chale. David was the oldest brother; he was the first who immigrated to the United State and reside in Philadelphia. Pinkas (1995) immigrated to USA in 1922. Harry, the youngest (1904) immigrated to USA in 1923 and lived with his wife in New York, died in 1993 in California. The brothers Glantzow had sister Feyga who stayed in Ukraine.

The inquirer is a son of Feyga.


Goldberg, Idl (descendants of)

In search of the descendants of Idl Goldberg born in 1890 in a village of Gritsev, Volyn Gubernia, Ukraine. He arrived to the US in 1912 - 1918 and settled in Chicago. His father's name is Ira, mother's- Sura. Idl Goldberg immigrated with his sister Ester who had two twin daughters.

The inquirer is a niece of Idl.


Goldin, Morris (Mottis)

In search of the descendants of Morris (Mottis) Goldin, who was born in Savran, Ukraine and immigrated to the United States before 1917. He passed away between 1955 and 1959. He was survived by a daughter Kera, who attended medical school and a son, who attended a law school.

The inquirer is a nephew of Morris.


Goldspiel, Klara

In search of descendants of Klara Goldspiel, who was born in Odessa, Ukraine approximately in 1890/1895 and immigrated to the United State between 1905 and 1917. Her father’s name was Alter. Last know address: 1951 Rockaway Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY.

The inquirer is a great grandson.


Golembiovsky, Alexander

In search of the descendants of Alexander Golembiovsky, who was born in 1898 in Ukraine. His father’s name was Leontiy (1872-1942); his brothers’ names were Pyoter (1895-1937), Pavel (1897-1929), Ivan (1904-1937) and Nikolay (1908-1941). Alexander was aWhite Army officer and immigrated in 1920 to the United States. Relatives of Alexander in Ukraine received letter from Chicago in 1960 - he wrote that he had a daughter and worked in a chocolate factory.

The inquirer is a grandson of Ivan.


Golic, Yudel

In search of the descendants of Yudel Golic, born circa 1888 in Ouster, Ukraine. His father’s name was Khaim and he had thirteen siblings. He immigrated to the U.S. before 1917. Yudel’s son, Melech, was born in1926 and his daughter, Miriam, was born in 1937.

The inquirer is a niece of Yudel.


Gorelik, Yakov

In search of the descendants of Yakov Gorelik, who was born in Schedrin, Belorussia and immigrated to the United States in 1922 with his sister Mina. Another sister, Chiena, stayed in Belorussia. Their father's name was Michel.

The inquirer is a niece of Mina and Yakov.


Govshiyevich, Aka or Gershkovich, Abram

In search of the descendants of Abram/Aka, who was born in Tulchin, Ukraine in 1895. Father's name was Sheka; mother's name was Lea Korenwine. Immigrated to Brooklyn, New York, USA in 1912. Last known address was 612 Sheppard Ave., Brooklyn. Had two daughters, Lea and Sheydle; two sons; grandsons Stebie, Charle, Paul; granddaughter Zinda.

The inquirer is a niece.


Grinbaum, Moishe

In search of the descendants of Moishe Grinbaum, who was born in Miedzirzec Podlaski, Poland between 1907 and 1912. His father, Binyamin, was wheel-maker in Miedzirzec and died around 1932-1934; his mother’s name was Malka. Binyamin and Malka had 5 children: Lazar (1898), Menashe (1902), a third son born around 1904, Moishe (1907-19012), and Rahel (1910). Moishe, with his brother, immigrated to the U.S. between 1940 and 1965. Around 1968-1969 Menashe, in Dnepropetrovsk, received a letter from Moishe. By this time, Moishe had become a rabbi and had a daughter, Hanna. His address was: 67-46 16th Street, Flushing 65, New York, USA.

The inquirer is a great-granddaughter of Lazar.


Groiser (Grosser), Shlomey

In search of the descendants of Shlomey Groiser (Grosser), who was born in 1890 in Zhitomir, Ukraine and immigrated to the U.S. some time after 1910.

The inquirer is related to Shlomey.


Gruber, Dolores

In search of Dolores Gruber. Dolores is the daughter of Alex Charny, who arrived in the United States in 1920 and died in 1981. Alex lived his last years with his daughter Dolores in New Jersey.

The inquirer is a cousin of Dolores.


Gurevich, Abraham

Immigrated to the United States in 1972 -1973 with his wife Sima. Sima has two sons, Mikhail and Yan.

The inquirer is a daughter of Abraham.


Gurevich (Gurevitz), Chaya-Yachna

In search of the descendants of Chaya-Yachna Gurevich (Gurevitz), who was born around1865 in Byelorussia. In 1937, she arrived in the United States to her children, two daughters and three sons. Their names were: Sima, Malka, Nonya, Zalman and Elya(sp?). Chaya-Yachna lived in New York with her daughter Sima Genin. At that time Sima's husband Abe had a hat factory.

Chaya-Yachna died circa 1949.

The inquirer is a grandson of Chaya-Yachna.


Gurevich, Esther (descendants of)

In search of descendants of Esther Gurovich, who was born in approximately 1895 in Zlatopol, Donetsk District, Ukraine. Her father’s name was Srul (born in 1857 in Limber, Poland); her mother’s name was Elka (born in 1864 in Zlatopol, Ukraine). She immigrated to Mexico with her husband Riful (born approx. 1890 in Odessa) and two daughters, Polya (born 1918) and Emma (born 1924).

The inquirer is a niece of Esther.

 

 

 


Esther Gurovich


Gurevich, Jacob (descendants of)

In search of the descendants of Jacob Gurevich, who was born in the village of Matusov, Kiev Gubernia, Ukraine circa 1899-1900 and immigrated to the United States from Odessa circa 1922-1924. His father's name was Israil and his mother’s name was Ethel. Jacob's wife name was Anna Vinokur.

Jacob and Anna had two sons: William (born circa 1925-1928) and Edward (born circa 1935-1938). William's wife name was Sandra and their daughter's name was Lee. Jacob Gurevich owned a pharmacy.

The inquirer is a nephew of Jacob Gurevich.