Saturday, November 8, 2014

WWI NIZHNY NOVGOROD PROVINCE: REFUGEES (#1)

WWI NIZHNY NOVGOROD PROVINCE: REFUGEES
(Lithuanian National Committee) 

“…fate of the citizens of the Russian Empire, most of them were forced to move to Nizhny Novgorod province from the Western provinces, such as the territories of the present Baltic countries, Poland, Republic of Belarus and Ukraine…The majority of the refugees left Nizhny Novgorod province as a result of re-evacuation which lasted till 1922. However, a significant number of families remained….”

The following is a  partial list of individuals who may have been Jewish:

Baioras Michael
Bahr Movsha
Begun Mordko
Bezruky Shmerka
Bender Leyba
Bin Gertsch
Biterman Abram
Blyum Khana
Bose Michael
Braznik Feig
Bren Zelma

Vazgis Osip
Vazgis Osip
Weinberg Moshka
Vasergal Itsko

Gelb Chaim
Gilis Osip
Giterman Abram
Goldstein Abraham
Golshan Itsik
Gottlieb Phillip
Grosmark Mordko
Gugerman  Deyza

Zhuk Osip
Zhuravski Abram

Saltzman Anna
Zaharevich Osip
Zilberg Isha
Zilbert Iosel

Kagan Leiser
Kantor Taub
Kaplan Sora
Kashkel Alexander
Kirzhner Ber
KoganKhaya
Kodis Pavel
Kok Ivan Yakovlevich
Koflovich Mendel

Lazarovych Ivan
Levi Leyba
Levin Rokha
Lizhansky Iosel

Mer Itsik
Miller Eliya
Mordas Alexander

Narakh Feliks
Novik-Bam Ita

Pokroy Genya
Pochinka Leyba

Rubin Paul
Rubinson Israel
Rudzi Mikhail
Russin Osip

Sak-Ekshteyn Moisey

Tarshis Musha
Teper Berko
Trats Mikel
Trats Itsko
Trats Iosel
Trats Abram
Tushis Semen

Urbanowicz Yeshe
Urbanowicz Sofia
Urbanowicz Osip

Freybandt Hirsch
Gottlieb Philip

Hawa/Khava Pearl/Perla
Haimovich Khana
Haimovich Wolfe
Kharnash/Harnash Ayzik/Isaac
Hotz Aron

Tsadikovich Yudel
Tsinkus Joseph

Shaykis Maria
Schairo Meyer
Shevelovich Itska
Shimolyunas/Shimulinas Joseph
Schlager Felix
Schneider Malka
Schneider Hirsch
Shulkes Chaya

Einar Anna
Epel Haim

Yakonis Victor