You know what? I think I will collapse after spending so many hours on the internet, looking for my ancestors, contacting people worldwide, posting messages, etc.I have already posted messages on similar websites, I think, about my Belorussian and Ukrainian ancestors (definitely about Belorussian ones a moment ago), so let's conclude this "pleasure" bu adding something about my Bessarabian ancestors which graced my family with their heritage on both sides, my father's father and my mother's mother.
So without further due, let me introduce you these "stars." The goal of these messages is to find out something about ancestors of the following people-Khaim Mordkovich Bronshteyn (or Efim Markovich) from Beltsy, Moldova, born there in 1915, in a family of of two girls, Anna and Liza and one boy.Efim got married to Zisely Berishovna Golger, native of Yampol, Ukraine, around 1943, in Tashkent, Uzbekistan where a year later he had two twin sons with her-Mark (my father) and Genadiy and a girl, Ludmila, nine years later, in Kishinev.After the war all family made a home in Kishinev, Moldova where all Efim's three children became engineers and had their own families.Efim worked as a math teacher all the years in Kishinev.He passed away in 1986, five years later his widow, her son, Mark, and his family (including me), Ludmila and her family relocated to the United States where we have lived ever since.
I think that will do it.I will try to send a message about my mother's Bessarabian relatives in another message.Please email me if you know anything about Efim's ancestors.All the best.