|Ellis Freedman (#47689494)|
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So far I have just the one VERBITSKY ancestor (b. abt. 1840 and dead by the mid1870s). But if you have any of these ELizavetgard names in your tree I have a whole more names, specific dates, photos, letters etc: TSIBULEVSKY (SIEBELEWSKY; SIEBEL); POBEREZSKY (POBERESKY; POBER). Also some of my DASHEVSKY, FELZEROW/FULERNOW, TROTSKY, and BUDNICHENKO (CHANKO) ancestors, plus some things on E-grad family friends that made it to NY (CODEN, BONOFF, GUMBERG).
I'd love to see your picks. See the link to Cannata1718@gmail.com
Also if you want me to post on FindAGrave the burial records you have, send those, unless you'd prefer to do them yourself.
|Ray Cannata||RE: Verbitsky|
One side of my ancestors were all jews from Elizavetgrad. Among my direct family names are Verbitskys, though that side is pretty remote and I know almost nothing about them. (My 3x-great grandmother was a Verbitsky).
I have a bunch of family pics from Elizavetgrad 1880s-1910, some of which remain unidentified. If you have any E-grad pics, I'd love to see if we have any matches.
I have not found any direct link to Aaron Verbitsky yet, though its pretty likely that he and my ancestor were cousins of some sort.
Anyway, I'd be glad to post entries on FindAGrace of any Verbitskys buried in NY that you have not yet listed there. Just let me know.
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