Missing People: M
In search of descendants of Srul Magid, who was born in 1905 in Kishinev, Romania. He graduated from lyceum Aleko Russo and was a lawyer. His father’s name was Don. Last known address in 1941 was: 57 Armyanskaya St. Kishinev, Moldova.
The inquirer is a nephew of Srul.
In search of descendants of Eine Mandeleil, who was born in 1893 in Zytomer. He immigrated to the United States in approximately 1913 and resided in Philadelphia, PA. His brothers—Mendel, Hershel, Etl, and Shleima—stayed in the Ukraine.
The inquirer is a nephew of Eina.
In search of Kurt Meyer or his descendants. After the war, Kurt wrote a story for The New Yorker magazine about being sent to Auschwitz, where he survived only because the Nazis enjoyed his piano-playing.
The inquirer is the Yiddish-American Radio.
In search of descendants of Ersh Michel, who was born in 1892 in Poland and immigrated with his brother Shimen (1894) to Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1912-1914.
The inquirer is a grandson of Ersh and Shimen.
In search of the descendants of Izik Mirochnik, who was born in Ananiev, Ukraine in 1885 or 1886. He immigrated to the United States in 1907-1908. His wife's name was Ester; his son was born on 9/15/1907.
The inquirer is a grandson of Izik Mirochnik.
Mogilevsky, Joseph (descendents of)
The inquirer is a grandson of Tamara, Joseph’s sister.
Mogilevsky, Shachna (Charles)
In search of the descendants of Shachna (Charles) Mogilevsky, who was born in the village of Domanivka, Odessa Region and arrived in the United States with his parents Shloma and Rachil, ne' Beygelman, in the 1920s. His other siblings were Tevye, Iona, and Abram.
The inquirer is a cousin of Charles.
Morris, Rose (descendants of)
In search of any descendants of Rose Morris, who was born in approximately 1909. Golda Feyda Luksin, who was born in approximately 1857 in Szklaw, Belarus, immigrated to the United States in 1906 with her daughter Chana (b. 1886). Once in the United States, she joined her three sons—Benjamin (b. 1880), Meyer (b. 1887), and Joseph (b. 1888)—who had arrived in the U.S. in 1905. Chana (Anna) married Max Pollack and had four daughters: Rose, Rebecca, Sofia, and Sarah. Rose married Mr. Morris and they had at least two sons. Rose visited her relatives in Szklaw, Belarus in 1936.
In search of the descendants of Morris (Mehl) Mostovoy, who was born in approximately 1872 in the village of Pokotilovo, Ukraine. He immigrated to the United States in 1919-1920. Morris died on March 1, 1939 and was buried in Mount Lebanon Cemetery.
The inquirer is Nikolai Mostovoy.
In search of Harvey Mozer, who was born in 1930 in Brooklyn, New York.
After his father, Samuel Mozer, died in New York in 1934, his mother, Pauline R. Mozer, married again. In 1955-1957, Harvey served in the US Army in France.
His grandmother, Nechama Mozer, died in New York in 1933. His grandfather, Aron Mozer, died in New York in 1947.
The inquirer is a cousin of Harvey.