Friday, May 10, 2013

CRIMEAN WAR (SEVASTOPOL): JEWISH WAR WOUNDED


The information posted here is from information found on a Russian language site, (which was based on a book by: Gelman, BN, “ Where are Names of the Victims?// Cannot be Forgotten”):

The author found his information in a magazine publication, “Sea Collection” (1854-1856). Some additional information includes some places of origin, some service dates, position in the navy, etc. The individuals were from throughout the Russian Empire. Some of the names are:

GRANSHTEYN, GRUZ, LIZIROVICH, VOYNAROVSKY (2), ROY, KORBUN, LIVTREBOR,TRETVINSKY, KISELEV, BOYKO, FIGA, FRUCHT/FRUKHT, BAUM, VOLNAROVSKY HOCHMAN/GOKHMAN, FRANKIVSK/FRANKOVISKY, RIZNIK,STOLYAR, VOLKOVICH, BOLSHTAY, PLOT, BELOKOPYT, KOLIK, TKACH, KOLOMOYETS, MITNICK/MITNICKOV, SCHWARTZ/SHVARTS, VINOKURNIK, GORBIK, SOLOMON,
LANCHIK, PIROG, VIZENFELD,ROSENZWEIG/ROZENTSVEYG, SOTHMANN/SOTMAN, MILERMAN, FLICK/FLIKY, HAHROV/KHAKHROV, SCHMIEGEL, ZALATA,BEGUN, SPERBER, GOLBERG, CHERNYAK, LEVANOVICH, TSILLER, RYSNYANSKY, RASIK, APEEV/APEYEV, MARKOVIC/MARKOVICH, SHALMANOVICH

There is also information stored in the Russian State Archive of the Navy (St. Petersburg): religion 1852-53/1854-55/1855-56, Jews: 1081/1410/1539/486