Eli (Hillel) Yarmovsky was born about 1866.
He was married to Sophie (shown as Zifaie in the 1901 Census, possibly
being Tziviah) Silverman and emigrated to England by
1897. See Photo.
Sara (Sorke or Sora Rivka) Yarmovsky was born about 1868.
She married Aaron Davis (originally Aaron
David Szturmak) in Bialystok in 1898 and later emigrated to
England. They then emigrated with their son Max to the U.S. from
Manchester on the ship The Imperator sailing from Southampton arriving
in NYC on 8/8/1920. Their son Eli had previously left England on
the ship The Orduna sailing from Liverpool arriving in NYC on
12/11/1916. See Photo.
Esther Yarmovsky was born about 1871. She
emigrated to England where she remained single and lived in Leeds and
Manchester. See Photo.
Mary (Meri) Yarmovsky was born about 1873
She emigrated to England where she married Lazarus Morris Shaffner.
After his death, she moved to Canada. They had eight children. See Photo.
Libby (Liba) Yarmovsky was born in Porechany
(shown as Parechine in family records; Poreczna on a passport) in 1876. She married Simon
Mendelson (originally Shimen Ruben Mendelewicz).
Simon emigrated to the U.S. sailing on the ship The Gdansk from Danzig
arriving in NYC on 1/29/1921 enroute to his brother Sam at 103 Norfolk
St. Libby emigrated to the U.S. sailing on the ship Tyrrhenia from Cherbourg, France arriving in NYC on 9/6/1923 from Bialystok, Poland
enroute to her husband in NYC at 103 Norfolk St. See Photo.
Marks (Mordechai) Yarmovsky was born about
1878. He married Sara Itzkowitz. He emigrated to Manchester,
England and then later to Australia where he made his fortune as a
Rachel Yarmovsky was born in 1880.
She married Mordechai Sapiro and lived in Bialystok, Poland. She
did not emigrate, but her children emigrated to Canada and the U.S.
Feigel Yarmovsky was born in 1881 and died
in 1900 in Bialystok.
Morris (Moishe) Yarmovsky was born in 4/18/1885
in Grodno (the name of the province where Porechany was located).
He married Dora (known as Toby) Elfman. He emigrated from Manchester,
England to the U.S. on the ship Campania
sailing from Liverpool, England arriving in NYC on 1/9/1909 enroute to
his cousin L. Itzkovitz in Brooklyn. See Photo.
Dina (Yenta) Yarmovsky was born in 1888.
She married Meyer Mines. She emigrated to the U.S from
Bialystok with her husband on the ship Gothland from Danzig arriving in
NYC on 1/17/1921 enroute to Dina's brother Morris at 3507 14th St.
See Photo. (Dina and Meyer Mines are
buried somewhere in the New York City area, but the name of the cemetery
is not known. Contact the author of this site if you have this
information--see the link at the bottom of the page.)
Berl Yarmovsky was born in 1889 in
Porechany (shown as Porechino in Grodno in documents). He did not
Dora (Devora) Yarmovsky was born about December,
1889 in Zhetl (shown as Zetle in documents, now known as Dyatlovo).
She emigrated to England where she left Manchester, England sailing on
the ship Cedric from Liverpool on 12/24/1910 arriving in NYC on
1/1/1911. She was shown as a 21 years, 1 month old, single tailoress,
having lived in England for one year with brother Marks Yarmovsky, 44
Penron St., Hightston, Manchester and was enroute to brother Morris, at
64 and 66 Canal St., NYC. In the U.S., Dora married Jack Donner.
See Photo. See
Hyman (Chaim) Yarmovsky was born about 1893
in Bialystok (which was part of Russia at the time). Chaim Jarmowski arrived on the ship Main sailing from Bremen on
12/4/1913 to NYC arriving on 12/18/1913. He was a 20 year old
single trader enroute to his brother Moses Jarmowski, 231 Eldridge St.,
NYC. He was leaving his father Dawid Jarmowski, Bialostok, Grodno
Province, Russia. He was shown as being born in Grakowo Russia in the
ship's passenger records (Grakowo is likely a misspelled Grodno).
Hyman's Declaration of Intention to become a citizen was dated
3/22/1920 and showed him as a single tinsmith living at 3507 14th Ave.
in Brooklyn. His birthplace was shown as Bialystok. He married Dora Fishbein
on 4/2/1920 in London, Ontario, Canada.
Bertha (Brine) Yarmovsky was born
She emigrated to the U.S. about 1914 where she married Louis Zywotow. See Photo.
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