Leuchin, Leuhin is looking for relatives in Ukraine and Russia
Alexey Mihailovich Leuchin (Leuhin, Leukhin) from Canada is looking for his family, lost during the Great Patriotic War (WWII). He was kidnapped on September, 1941 and ended up in a German labor camp.
His family livedin town of Stalino ( nowdays it is called Donetsk) in Ukraine since 1939. His father Michail Leuhin was born in 1886, his mother Akulina Leuhina was born in 1896. His older brothers Ivan, Nikolay, his younger sisters Anastasia and Dunia lived in Stalino ( Donetsk). His older brother Pavel lived in village Scherbachevo, Kursk Region, Russia with his wife and children.
Brother Ivan was married and worked on a construction of a tunnel. Brother Nicolay worked at a big factory in Stalino.
Alexey Leuhin went to Public School #21 in Stalino, and so did his sisters Anastasia and Dunia. His parents worked in the same Public School.
Alexey Leuhin was born December 28, 1924 in village Scherbachevo, Kursk Region, Russia. When he was separated from his family in 1941, he was 16 years old.
Later Alexey Leuhin worked in Belgium on coal mines, and from there he immigrated to Canada.
Now Leuhin A. M. is 79 years old. His brothers and sistersshould be between 70 and 86 years old.