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Oberman Families from the Ukraine.Revised 21 Jan. 2004
Itsko Mordukhov Oberman b. c1841 d. after 1882, Wife Ryvka, children Yankel-Leiba b. c1869 d. after 1882, Basia b. c1876 d. after 1882, Avram b. c1880 d. after 1882, Girsh b. c1843 d. 15 Dec 1854.
Ostrog near Shimsk, Shumkoye, Volhynia, Ukraine.
Baruch Joel Oberman, children Nathan (Nahum) , Harry, Max/Morris (Moshe Mordechai) , Sam/Sholek b. 1893, Israel and Esther/Kayla.Morris m. Mary (Miriam) 7 children, Rose, Sarah, Eva, Goldie, Mamie, Rubin & Sam.Esther/Kayla married Hyman Schneiderman from Lechowitz, Russia.Sholek's granddaughter Linda.Israel's grandson Paul great-grandchildren John, Judy.
Lanowiec/Lanowitz/Lanovitsy, Volhynia, Ukraine.
Yitzhak Hirsch settled in Chicago, Illinois, his brother Udel settled in Omaha Nebraska. Yitzhak's Children Esther (grandson Wayne Miller), Mordko, Samuel, Meyer, Willy (Velvel), Anna(Hinda), Dorothy (Mirya).
Lanovitz in Kremintz province, Ukraine.
GF Meyer/Mayer Oberman, Mother Davida Hinda Oberman, Sibling Esther Oberman Ansel.
Grandchild : Danielle Anne b. Aug 28 2001.
Belozerka, Ukraine. 317.6 Kilometres WSW of Kiev.
Great grandfather from Zaslov/Izyaslav. Grand father Ezra Oberman from Belozerka and his wife from Lechevitz near Jampil/Yampol in the Ukraine had children. Hannah, Jennie, Goldie, Molly, David, Abe, Joe, Max and Margol.Max's children, Albert, Leatrice and Estelle. David's Children, Arthur.
Harry (Zvi-Hersch ben Arye-Leib) Oberman m. Sarah (bat Naphtali Pesach) Schulman. 6 children David, Lou, Al, Jack, Edith, Ida.David m. Bessie, 3 children Dorothy (Simma), Tuly, Rebecca.Dorothy m. Sol Schipper, 2 children Linda, Neil.Tuly m.?Rebecca m. Philip Schwartz, 4 children Saul, Zvi, Jay, Liza.Lou m. Ruth Vickell, 5 children Elroy, Saul, Anna, Serena, Sherry.Elroy m. ?Saul m. ?Anna m. Adam Olafson, 1 child Leif.Serena m. ?Sherry m. Leon Mochun, 2 children Lasha, Nathan.Al m. Dorothy, 1 child Sheldon.Sheldon m.Lee Anne Block, 2 children Adam, Mira.Jack m. Sylvia, 4 children Janice, Barbara, Baily, Elliot.Edith m. Rabbi Harry Katz, 2 children Vivian, Jerry.Ida m. David Calnitsky, 4 children Ed, Ben, Phil, Nancy.
Aharon Meir Oberman b. about 1902. Married Chasha Hendl Hausman. Two children, Kalman and Leiba.
Aizik Chaimov Oberman, wife Chaia Tauba Abramov Charmatz, child Gute. Berko Chaimov Oberman, children Efroim and Malka. Zalman Gershov Oberman, children Feige, Hinde, Ite and Sarah. Isroel Zelik Oberman.
Leib Oberman had 2 sons, Srul born 1810 and Vigdor born before 1830.
Poltava, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.
Joseph Hyman Oberman m. Rivka (Bat Benjamin) Schneiderman, 7 children Adele, Golda, Dascha, Max, Moshe, Samuel, Benjamin.Adele m. Mr. Afrin, 1 child Sylvia.Golda m. Mr. Baboushkin, 6 children Hyman, Benjamin, Markus, Joseph, Ida, Lilly.Dascha m. ?Max m. ?, 2 children Lilly, Miriam.Moshe m. Annie Zinman, 2 children Harry, Rhoda. Samuel m. Sonya Harrison, Manya ?, Leah Eaton, 2 children Nathan, Harry.Benjamin m. Gittel Tova Dobroevensky, 5 children Morris, Harry, Yehudit, Nahama, Rachel.Morris m. Judith Braslavy, 2 children David, Dora. Yehudit m. David Rabinovitch, 2 children Shabtai, Riva. Nahama m. David Katchansky 4 children Yosef, Ahuva, Mordecai, Arik. Rachel m. Yankel Brakin 4 children Zrubovel, Drora, Ariella, Riva. Harry m. Regina Asher 2 children Lionel, Herbie. Lionel m. Evelyn Green 1 child Sharon. Sharon m. Loyd Eidelman 2 children twins Carly, Hailey. Herbie m. Sandy Ginsberg, 3 children Yael, Tamar, Dorit.
Nemirov, Podolia, Ukraine.
Abraham Oberman m. Esther?, 4 children Jacob, Charlie, Morris, Harris. Jacob m. Becky Weber. 2 children Morris, Charles.Morris's grand son, Ron Schechter.
GGF Samuel m. Leah Eaton,GF Harry m. Elsie Wyman (d 24 Jan 1999), 2 children Morty(Mordechai) m. Linda Woloz (had 3 children Lisa, Gary, Jeffrey) and Joi.
Jeffrey m. Marie Charland (one child Marisa.). Joi married Elliot Rubenstein (2 children Evan and Jessie.).
Zaslav, Podolia, Ukraine.
[Aron] Harry Oberman b. Zaslaw, Podolia. m. Esther Momend. Children: Josephine (Jo), Sol-Saul Sackheim, Alice m. Morse Hershfield. Evelyn m. Robert Lauter.
Jewish History of the Ukraine.The Jewish settlement in the Ukraine preceded the unification of the area and the formation of the Ukrainian nation. Jewish settlements already existed on the banks of the River Dnieper and in the east and south of the Ukraine and the Crimea in the periods of the Khazar kingdom, while ancient Jewish communities were only established in the west, in Volhynia and "Red Russia" (eastern Galicia), in the 12th century. Of these the most ancient was apparently Vladimir-Volynski. It seems that the "Russia" mentioned in 13th-century rabbinical literature refers to "Red Russia." These communities absorbed the Jewish migration from Germany and Bohemia caused by the persecutions and massacres of the 14th (the Black Death) and 15th centuries; later, Jews were drawn to the Ukraine by the colonizing activities of the Polish nobility that intensified in the 16th to 17th centuries with the consolidation of the rule of Poland-Lithuania over the region.The important role taken by the Jews in the economic sphere in this colonization made the Ukraine one of the Jewish centers in Poland-Lithuania. The number of the communities there increased from 25 during the 14th century to 80 in 1764. Even the Chmielnicki massacres in 1648–1649 did not halt Jewish migration to the Ukraine and they played a prominent role in its economic recovery during the second half of the 17th and the 18th centuries. After the Ukraine was annexed by Russia, according to the census of 1764, about 15% of the Jewish population lived in provinces having communities over 1,000 Jews, while in other provinces—Volhynia, Podolia, Kiev, and Bratslav—their proportion was only 11%. The census of 1897, however, shows that 72% of the Jewish population there were living in 262 communities of more than 1,000 persons, which, taken together with the communities having more than 500 Jews, meant that 37% of the Jewish population there lived in towns and townlets in which the Jews formed an absolute majority and 22% in localities where they formed 40–50% of the total population. In contrast, in the part of the Ukraine which lay beyond the Dnieper, in the provinces of Poltava and Chernigov (where about 225,000 Jews lived and constituted a majority in about two places only and 40% of the total population in three others), 65% of the Jewish population lived in 39 communities of more than 1,000. The same situation obtained in "New Russia" (the provinces of Kherson, Yekaterinoslav, and Taurida) where over 500,000 Jews lived: 76% of the Jewish population was concentrated in 58 communities of over 1,000, and Jews formed a majority only in their agricultural settlements. In 1897 Jews constituted 30% of the urban population of the Ukraine, 26% of them living in 20 towns, in each of which there were over 10,000 Jews. After the abolition of the Pale of Settlement, with the October 1917 Revolution, the civil war, and the disorders which accompanied it, more than 300,000 Jews left the Ukraine for other parts of the Soviet Union. Hence they formed only 5.4% of the total population and 22% of the urban population of the Ukraine in 1926, and 4.1% and 11.7% respectively in 1939. In 1926, 44% of them lived in 20 towns, each having over 10,000 Jews; while in 1939, 39% lived in the four cities of Odessa, Kiev, Kharkov, and Dnepropetrovsk. This intensified urbanization did not, however, give them predominance in the cities, since there also was a stream of Ukrainian peasants from the villages into the towns, which assumed a pronounced Ukrainian character.