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Johannes Aqua [João Akwa] (1855 - 1940)

Johannes Akwa (Aqua escrito em russo) nasceu em Neu-Kolonie, Samara, Rússia, em 1855. Ele migrou para o Brasil em 1876 através do Navio Vapor Kepler, que partiu do porto da Antuérp...

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Johannes Acqua (c.1726 - c.1790)

Johannes Aqua, was born in the region of Mainz in 1726, moved to Keller, Samara, Russia, in 1766. He migrated with his first wife and childrens Johannes Baptist Marianna and Maria Appolonia. In Germany...

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Olga Sippert (1907 - 1978)

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Pauline Ludwig (1878 - d.)

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Andreas Assenheimer (1878 - 1930)

Viagem de alemães rumo a terras desconhecidas Já durante o reinado de Pedro, o Grande, muitos artesãos, médicos e arquitetos mudaram-se para a Rússia. Em 1762, ...

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Charles (Isaac or Judah) Fryer (1845 - 1927)

Given name on the death certificate of his son Samuel is "Isaac" as Samuel's father. Given name on ship manifest - Judel (hard to read). JUDEL FRIER City of Berlin, left Hamburg on July 15, 1883. I...

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Mary (Malka) Fryer (c.1851 - 1912)

Malka (Mary) Fryer, Muscatine, Iowa Wife of Charles Fryer. Daughter of Myer and Rebecca (Reib) Wintrob. Born 1851 in Russia. Died March 25, 1912 in Muscatine, Iowa. Hebrew translation of her graves...

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Charly Rubenstein (c.1882 - 1958)

From A corner of the tapestry: a history of the Jewish experience in Arkansas By Carolyn Gray LeMaster, page 244: "Charles C. "Rube" Rubenstein (1882 - 1958) became a well-known figure in the politic...

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Gabriel Rubenstein (1864 - 1928)

It seems that Gabriel's son and grandson used the surname "Reib," which would mean that Gabriel was a relative of Max Reib Rubenstein, not Fannie Rubenstein. Arrived 1882. Naturalized in Muscatine, I...

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Fannie Rubenstein (c.1862 - 1946)

[Update Dec 2011 - Feige Rieb departed for the U.S. from Hamburg on June 10, 1885 on the Ship Moravia , with two young daughters - Cirel or Arel, age 1 month (probably Sarah) and Schaie, age 11 months,...

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Max Reib Rubenstein (1858 - c.1922)

Born Mordechai Reib, probably in Volhynia, Ukraine, circa 1859. All we know about his father is his name: Menachem Nuchem. Even Max Reib Rubenstein's surname is a question mark, since Reib is uncommon ...

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Moshe (Morris) Etkin (1883 - 1961)

Yahrtziet - 1st of Menachem-Av (5721). At the age of 14 he he was orphaned of his parents. He had five sisters who were much older and married at the time. In 1897, with the help of HIAC, he left the...

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John Chayka (1889 - 1960)

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Lena Chayka (1906 - 1963)

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