Chanoch Zelig Dworkis

M, #12, b. 1845, d. 10 March 1915
Father*Yekutiel Dworkis
ChartsPedigree - Aaron Harvey Golden
ReferenceHarvey's 1G Grf
Note* Clue to origins of the name (from http://www.avotaynu.com/fast/rjnametown.htm, now a broken link):
Russian-Japanese War of 1904-1905 Database of Russian Army Jewish soldiers injured, killed or missing in action
Record No. Surname Province City/Town/Village/District
430 Dvorkis Podol'skaya Tul'chin
     Ellis Island records Name of Passenger Residence Arrived Age on Arrival
8. Judel Dworkis Botkis 1903 19
     2. Benzion Dworkis Rotterdam 1904 27
3. Cje Dworkis Minnilza 1904 21
10. Meier Dworkis Minnilza 1904 28
     11. Morache Dworkis Liaribris 1906 50 Where is Liaribris in relation to Spekow? Could this be his parents and siblings who maybe came earlier?
4. Eni Dworkis Liaribris 1906 50
6. Hirsch Dworkis Wilna 1906 19
13. Ramy Dworkis Liaribris 1906 15
15. Yankiel Dworkis Liaribris 1906 12
     1. Abram Dworkis Spekow, Russia 1910 31 his son
14. Sara Dworkis Spekow, Russia 1910 26 his son's wife
     5. Esther Dworkis Const'ple, Turkey 1923 62
7. Ilja Dworkis Warsaw, Poland 1923 28
9. Lowa Dworkis Warsaw, Poland 1923 28
12. Pessia Dworkis Const'ple, Turkey 1923 24. 
Birth*1845 Chanoch Zelig Dworkis was born in 1845 at Sielezon, Russia; from age at death, but circa 1855 per age at immigration.1 
Marriage* He married Sheire (__________)
Immigration*7 November 1907 Chanoch Zelig Dworkis and Sheire (__________) immigrated on 7 November 1907 on the ship Ivernia.1 
Death*10 March 1915 Chanoch Zelig Dworkis died on 10 March 1915 at Kent Co., Rhode Island; age 70. 
Burial* He was buried at Lincoln Park Cemetery, Warwick, Kent Co., Rhode Island; Here lies an honest man whose ways were pure and honest in his deeds, Chanoch Zelig son of Yekutiel Dworkis. Died 24 Adar 5675, age 70. (March 10, 1915).

Family

Sheire (__________) b. c 1858, d. 6 Mar 1923
Children
Last Edited15 Sep 2013

Citations

  1. [S13] Boston Passenger and Crew Lists 1820-1954 on Ancestry.