Goldberg of Kishinev

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  • ID: I1
  • Name: Aryeh Leib Goldberg
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: in Volnova, Moldova
  • Note: Verbal interviews caused Orinne to write Vilna, Russia in her notes. But family members showed it to be (probably) Volnova northwest of Kishinev. A short walk to the south would have been Golocht which is today called Galesti, where Belgorods are from. But this is all guesswork, there is no solid evidence these were their shtetls.
  • Change Date: 02 FEB 2014 at 10:30:42
  • Note: • Volnova, Moldova
  • Religion: J1-M267 Kohen



    Marriage 1 Freda Kogen
    • Change Date: 14 SEP 2012
    • Note:
      There were undoubtedly more siblings, but they are unknown. It is research someone else will have to do.
      Orinne writes about David and Berel: Family legend has it that David Belogorodsky is the brother of Berel Goldberg, with no proof. Until we know for sure, they are placed as full siblings.
      I write: Yes its true the names are anagrams of each other
      If they had different paternity likely from another husband named Belogorodsky (making them half-brothers).
      But it would explain the name difference between brothers.
      Also, note that no inherited names are similar between the families
    Children
    1. Has Children Berel Barnet Goldberg b: Nov 1857 in Kishinev
    2. Has Children David Belogorodsky b: 1845 in Golocht
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