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My name is <Bruce Gabel> and I started this site.
This site was created using MyHeritage.com. This is a great system that allows anyone like you and me to create a private site for their family, build their family tree and share family photos. If you have any comments or feedback about this site, please click aqui to contact .blgabel@aol.com
A nossa árvore genealógica está publicada online neste site! Existem 4626 nomes no nosso site de família. O primeiro evento é o nascimento de Nicolae Milesc Spatar Metchnikoff (1636). O evento mais recente é o nascimento de <Privado> Salgado-Estrada (10 de Ago de 2014).

The Gabel Gebel Rozenblum Siegel  Mudrik branches were from Bialystok.

The Gabel/Gebel were businessmen:  G&G Distributors (originally Gabel Florist Supply in Paterson and later Saddle Brook, New Jersey) and Carson & Gebel (manufacturers of ribbon and other novelties in Dover and later Rockaway, New Jersey) were some of the successes in America.

Upon researching the Yad-va-shem website, we found that a branch survived the shoah and settled in Argentina They were the descendents of Rykala Gebel-Stupnik Bienvenido! 

The Rozenblums owned Turpentine factories in Bialystok with the Siegels.

The Mudriks were builders. Aunt Martha would tell stories that they lived in a brick house with running water. David was a Hazzan who emigrated in 1903 Iskei and the other siblings arrived in1905.

The Greenspan side was from Antopol,Belarus.

The Levine branch was from a small shtel outside of Bialystok per Aunt Mollie Levine-Cohen. The Levines were tailors and founded Kings Haberdashers in Paterson, New Jersey, in the early 1900s. The Nedobeiko-Baiko Hirshberg branch was from Yelisabetgrad, Ukraine, and they fled during the famine; they were in the spice business.The Hirshbergs in the 1700's were shipbuilders living in Prussia. They built ships for the British Navy during the American Revolution. They were known as the Von Hirshbergs. They fled to Yelisabetgrad in 1819 during the pogrom and relocated their ship building business there. This was per Ethel Baker Weitz

On my wife's side, the Simonson branch was from Kiev.  Abraham Simonson, my wife's great grandfather, and grandfather of her mother Frances, had two sisters. He was trying to arrange for his sisters and their families to emigrate to the US, but it was during World War I. The US was neutral at that time, but the Germans threatened to sink the boat on which they were traveling. As a result, that branch of the family with the two sisters and their families, ened up in Cape Town, South Africa, which was the only port that would accept them. In May 2012, contact was made and the relationship between the American and South African cousins was confirmed. Welcome Back!!!

The Suekoff (also spelled Sukoff) branch was from Vilna and is a distant relation to the Grande Rebbe Sneerson. The Mason branch was from Odessa (the name was originally Metchnikoff, which was changed at Ellis Island to Measnikoff; and during the 1950s during the Red Scare in the U.S., my late father-in-law, Arthur Measnikoff, went to court to have it legally changed to Mason, using the letters in the original name to create "Mason"). The 1908 Nobel Prize winner for Medicine, Elie Metchnikoff, was his Great Uncle. The site was last updated on 19 de Set de 2014, and it currently has 285 registered member(s). Se você deseja se tornar um membro também, por favor clique aqui.   Enjoy!


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Set 17, 2014
Julian Peerutin afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Katz Web Site
olivier neuman afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Aidova Web Site
Bruno Kieneke afiliou-se à outro site familiar: SCHWIND Web Site
Jonas Stupnik convidou Rut Stupnik para o site.
Jonas Stupnik convidou Johana Squiersky para o site.
Jonas Stupnik convidou Demian Squiersky para o site.
Jonas Stupnik alterou detalhes de <Privado> Stupnik (born Krzywonos) , <Privado> Squiersky , <Privado> Squiersky e <Privado> Squiersky na árvore genealógica gabel Family Tree
Jonas Stupnik adicionou <Privado> Squiersky , <Privado> Squiersky e <Privado> Squiersky à árvore genealógica: gabel Family Tree
Set 13, 2014
Jenny Schwartzberg afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Bloch Web Site
Set 12, 2014
Bruce L Dorner alterou detalhes de <Privado> Boddington III na árvore genealógica gabel Family Tree
Bruce L Dorner adicionou <Privado> Boddington III à árvore genealógica: gabel Family Tree
Jenny Schwartzberg afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Josephs Geneology Web Site
Set 10, 2014
David Roelen afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Lanting Web Site
Amit Peled afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Aidova Web Site
Bruno Kieneke afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Christ/Albert Web Site
Set 08, 2014
Stephen J. Weil afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Kaiser Lott Family Web Site
Set 06, 2014
Bruno Kieneke afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Maurer Web Site
Set 05, 2014
Bruno Kieneke afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Ahnenforschung Sattich Web Site
Set 04, 2014
Jenny Schwartzberg afiliou-se à outro site familiar: cahill Web Site
Set 01, 2014
Philip HIRSCHSOHN afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Aidova Web Site
Ago 31, 2014
Bruno Kieneke afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Lewis Web Site
olivier neuman afiliou-se à outro site familiar: Van der Stighelen Web Site
 
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