Missing People: R
In search of descendants of Leib Rabinovich was born in Piryatin, Ukraine in 1900. His father’s name was Ilya; his mother’s name was Hasya. He immigrated to the Unites State in 1912-1914 with relatives Baranovsky. His brothers and sister: Ida born in 1902, Zinoviy born in 1903, Misha born in 1910, and Maier born in 1912 stay with there parents in Ukraine.
The inquirer is a daughter of Zinoviy
In search of descendants of Ruvim, Susl, Leizer Raisin were born in Skwira, Ukraine approximately in 1890-1895. Their father's name was Isaac who was a tailor. Brothers immigrated to the United States before Russian revolution 1917. In the United States they change their last name to Rothschild. Some one has a furniture business. Three sisters Rachel Liflyandskaya, Nechama Troyanovskaya, and Doba Verbova stayed in Ukraine.
The inquirer is a granddaughter of Rachel
Rasin (Rasen, Raisen, Rassen), Alter
In search of the descendants of Alter Rasin, who was born in 1897-1898 in Rossosh, Russia and arrived in the United States in 1920-1922 with his brother, Nathan. Alter's parents, Yakov and Sarrah, with daughters Faina and Tatyana, followed their sons in 1927.
The inquirer is a niece of Alter
In search of Donald Ratner. Donald was born in Chicago c. 1923 – 1924. His father, Morris (Meisul) Ratner immigrated to the United States from Bobruisk, Byelorussia c. 1910 - 1913.
Family settled in Chicago, where he had a business, Morris Ratner and Co. Morris Ratner married in the United States. His wife immigrated from Poland.
The inquirer is Donald’s cousin
In search of the descendants of Joseph Rikels. Born in Zincov (Proscurov), Ukraine in 1880. Immigrated to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1922. Fatherâs name was Lazar; motherâs name was Fagan. Owned a hotel. Daughter, Liza , was born in Ukraine in 1912.
The inquirer is a nephew of Joseph
In search of descendants of Moisey Rosen, was born in approximately 1896 in Derazhni, Proskurovsky District, Ukraine. His father’s name was Aaron; his mother’s name was Dwoira. He immigrated to the United States in 1914 and left behind him wife Frama and daughter Dora. He resided in Brooklyn, NY; got married second time and had many children, one of his sons was Aaron.
The inquirer is a daughter of Moisey
Rosenbaum, Jankel (descendants of)
In search of descendants of Jankel Rosenbaum, who was born in approximately 1892 in Chernigov, Ukraine. He left behind a big family when he immigrated to the United States around 1910 (pictured, left). His parents (pictured, right) were Moisey and Bluma, and his siblings were Paulina, Samuel, Sender, Naum, Wolf, Ilia, Elizabeth, and Olga. It was rumored that he was a police officer.
The inquirer is a son of Naum.
Rosenberg, Abraham (descendants of)
In search of the descendants of Abraham Rosenberg, who was born in approximately 1905. He had a restaurant in a town called Stryi in the Lvov District, Ukraine. Gasya Dubyk, who was a cook in this restaurant, hid Abraham's family in the basement in 1944; this is where Pipa, Abraham's wife, gave birth to their second son. The oldest son’s name was Imek.
After the war, the Rosenberg family immigrated to the United States and took Gasya Dubyk with them. Gasya left behind two children: a daughter, Theodosia, and a son, Mikhail.
In search of the descendants of Basya-Leya Rosenfeld, born in 1903-1905 in Vitebsk, Belorussia and immigrated to the United States in 1921-1922 with her brother, Mikhel Rosenfeld. Before the war Basy-Bluma sent money to Perla-Braina Feigina who brought her up after her parents died.
The inquirer is a nephew of Basya-Leya.
Rosenfeld, Zelig, Shlomo-Usher and Minya Litvin-Rosenfeld
In search of the descendants of Zelig and Shlomo-Usher Rosenfeld, and Minya Litvin-Rosenfeld. All were born in Belaya Tserkov, Ukraine. They immigrated to the United States c. 1910 – 1912.
Letters from Zelig and Minya used to come from New York. The last letter from Sally Finkelshtein, a daughter of Zelig or Shlomo-Usher, came from Los Angeles in 1957.
The inquirer is in search of the descendants of Zelig and Shlomo-Usher Rosenfeld, and Minya Litvin-Rosenfeld.
In search of descendants of Lyuba Rotenfeld, was born in Orsha, Belarus in 1908 and immigrated to the United State in 1926. Her father’s name was Iosef; her mother’s name was Sima. She had a sister Feyga who stayed in Belarus.
The inquirer is a daughter of Feyga.
In search of descendants of Bernet Rotkin, was born in 1900 in Minsk, Belorussia and immigrated to the United State in 1918-1920. His father’s name was Lipa; his mother’s name was Khaya. He had siblings who stay in Belorussia: Hirsh, Khaya-Golda, and Abe.
In 1924-1926 he worked on Zinger’s factory.
The inquirer is a daughter of Hirsh
In search of the descendants of Boris Rosenberg, born circa 1902 in the village of Pukhovichi, 40 miles from Minsk. There were seven brothers and two sisters in the family. His father’s name was Yakov and his mother’s name was Genya. In the 1920s, Boris immigrated to Palestine and then to France. Two other brothers immigrated to the United States.
The inquirer is Boris’ niece.
In search of descendants of Chaim Rubin, was born in 1888 in village Porozovo, town Slonina, county Volkowesskiy, region Grodnenskiy, Russia. His father’s name was Sakhar. He had two brothers: Iosif and Ieruhim and two sisters: Rozalia and Fenya. Chaim immigrated to the United State in 1912. His son was born in America in 1918.
The inquirer is a granddaughter of Iosif.
In search of Rosa Rybak, was born in 1923 in Poland; maiden name is Weber. On September 12, 1946 she boarded the ship Marine Marlin. She left behind in Munich a husband Zvi Ribak (born in Zhitomir, Ukraine) and half year old son Moshe.
The inquirer is a granddaughter of Rosa.