I’m looking for any information on ancestors of my relatives who left Grodno/Russia/Poland/Belarus for Argentina and New York City in the late 1800 and early 1900s. Here’s what I know:
Richard Rudinsky (abt 1860-?), my husband’s 2nd great grandfather
Etta Saks (1860s?-1937?), my husband’s 2nd great grandmother
Louis Rudin (Rudinsky) (1880-1939)
Louis and his siblings were born in Grodno/Russia/Poland/Belarus
Louis emigrated to New York City from the Argentine Republic 3 Apr 1897 and naturalized in 1905.
Louis also documented his arrival as 1900 and 1901, and naturalization in 1906.
Isaac Zev Vendrowsky (Venderovsky, Wendrowsky, Wendrovsky) (1862-1918)
Sarah Belazinsky (1863-1920?)
Fannie Wandrofsky (1883–)
Sophia Wandrofsky (1884–)
Nannie Wandrofsky (1885–)
Fannie Wendrowsky (1886–)
Eugenia “Jennie” Wandrofsky (1888–)
Mae “Maime” Wendrovsky (1889–)
Anna “Annie” Wendrovsky (1892–)
Rachel “Roe” Wendrovsky (Vendrofsky?) (1892–1922)
Mollie “Molly” Wendrovsky (1895–)
Dora and her siblings were born in Russia/Poland.
Dora’s father was a Rabbi who emigrated to Argentina to setup Jewish settlements. Louis and Dora might have met there.
It looks like the family emigrated to New York around 1900.
Branch #1 and Branch #2 Marriage
Louis and Dora G. Wendrovsky (Vendrovsky) married abt 1899.
Jacob Philip Rudin, Rabbi (1903-1982)
David Rudin (1906-1977)
Celia Rudin (1913-?)
I am searching for more information on my ancestors. My great grandfather immigrated to Canada in 1927 with his family. ...Quest Details