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Marriage: Children:
  1. Anna2 ORECKOVSKY: Birth: DEC 1836 in Revutskoye, Ukraine. Death: 19 MAY 1916 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota

  2. Isaac2 (sp 1) ORECKOVSKY: Birth: MAR 1840 in Revutskoye, Ukraine. Death: 7 FEB 1910 in Duluth, St Louis County, Minnesota

  3. Samuel2 R. (sp 2) ORECKOVSKY: Birth: MAR 1840 in Revutskoye, Ukraine. Death: 7 FEB 1910 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota

  4. Beryl2 ORECKOVSKY: Birth: 1842 in Revutskoye, Ukraine. Death: WFT Est 1867-1933 in Ukraine

  5. Raphael2 (sp 2) ORECKOVSKY: Birth: 1844 in Revutskoye, Ukraine. Death: 19 MAR 1936 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota

  6. Sarah2 ORECKOVSKY: Birth: 6 JUN 1856 in Revutskoye, Ukraine. Death: 29 DEC 1941 in Superior, Douglas County, Wisconsin


Sources
1. Title:   World Family Tree European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1
Page:   Tree #0447
Author:   Br�derbund Software, Inc.
Publication:   Release date: September 15, 1997

Notes
a. Note:   [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 11, 2003]
  In the Russian Empire of the early 1800s, Abraham - really "Avrum" - and Hykeh Oreckovsky made their home in the tiny Ukrainian shtetl, or townlet, of Revutskoye. They were in the honey and wax business. Really Hykeh conducted most of the business. "Abraham, from early childhood, devoted his entire life to religion; most of his time was spent in the company of rabbis, and the teachings of the Torah. He was a very highly respected man, and was visited often by many of the well known rabbis of his day. And he would invite them to stay in his home, there giving him an opportunity to discuss religion and the Torah with them." (Arthur Silver, from the Oreck Family News, December 1967)
  Their home in Revutskoye (now called Dobrovelichkovka), was just west of Novoukrainka, the village most often mentioned as the birthplace of many Oreckovskys. This was located between Kiev and the Black Sea port of Odessa, and just west of Yelisavetgrad (now Kirovograd), a center of Jewish cultural activity in the 1800s. (See notes on Raphael Oreckovsky)
  About their earlier origins in the 1700s and early 1800s we have much to learn, but oral tradition and recently discovered documents give us new understanding. Russian birth certificates of their their youngest child, Surah (Sarah Oreckovsky Averbook), and of their grandchildren, indicate that Abraham and Hykeh may earlier have come from the town of Kishinev, 160 miles to the west in Bessarabia, now Moldova, where their older children may have been bor
  Sarah Oreckovsky Averbook, was said to have talked about the family earlier coming from "Orekhov", "Oreckovsky", and "Odess". On maps, there was t village of Orekhovo, in the more western Brestskaya region, as well as Orekhov, in the eastern Ukraine, south of Yaroslavl (now Dnepropetrovsk). There were also the towns of Orekhovka and Orekhi. Outside of Ukraina, just ea Moscow, there is also Orekhovo-Zuyevo. More research is required. [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  In the Russian Empire of the early 1800s, Abraham - really "Avrum" - and Hykeh Oreckovsky made their home in the tiny Ukrainian shtetl, or townlet, of Revutskoye. They were in the honey and wax business. Really Hykeh conducted most of the business. "Abraham, from early childhood, devoted his entire life to religion; most of his time was spent in the company of rabbis, and the teachings of the Torah. He was a very highly respected man, and was visited often by many of the well known rabbis of his day. And he would invite them to stay in his home, there giving him an opportunity to discuss religion and the Torah with them." (Arthur Silver, from the Oreck Family News, December 1967)
  Their home in Revutskoye (now called Dobrovelichkovka), was just west of Novoukrainka, the village most often mentioned as the birthplace of many Oreckovskys. This was located between Kiev and the Black Sea port of Odessa, and just west of Yelisavetgrad (now Kirovograd), a center of Jewish cultural activity in the 1800s. (See notes on Raphael Oreckovsky)
  About their earlier origins in the 1700s and early 1800s we have much to learn, but oral tradition and recently discovered documents give us new understanding. Russian birth certificates of their their youngest child, Surah (Sarah Oreckovsky Averbook), and of their grandchildren, indicate that Abraham and Hykeh may earlier have come from the town of Kishinev, 160 miles to the west in Bessarabia, now Moldova, where their older children may have been bor
  Sarah Oreckovsky Averbook, was said to have talked about the family earlier coming from "Orekhov", "Oreckovsky", and "Odess". On maps, there was t village of Orekhovo, in the more western Brestskaya region, as well as Orekhov, in the eastern Ukraine, south of Yaroslavl (now Dnepropetrovsk). There were also the towns of Orekhovka and Orekhi. Outside of Ukraina, just ea Moscow, there is also Orekhovo-Zuyevo. More research is required. [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2003]
  In the Russian Empire of the early 1800s, Abraham - really "Avrum" - and Hykeh Oreckovsky made their home in the tiny Ukrainian shtetl, or townlet, of Revutskoye. They were in the honey and wax business. Really Hykeh conducted most of the business. "Abraham, from early childhood, devoted his entire life to religion; most of his time was spent in the company of rabbis, and the teachings of the Torah. He was a very highly respected man, and was visited often by many of the well known rabbis of his day. And he would invite them to stay in his home, there giving him an opportunity to discuss religion and the Torah with them." (Arthur Silver, from the Oreck Family News, December 1967)
  Their home in Revutskoye (now called Dobrovelichkovka), was just west of Novoukrainka, the village most often mentioned as the birthplace of many Oreckovskys. This was located between Kiev and the Black Sea port of Odessa, and just west of Yelisavetgrad (now Kirovograd), a center of Jewish cultural activity in the 1800s. (See notes on Raphael Oreckovsky)
  About their earlier origins in the 1700s and early 1800s we have much to learn, but oral tradition and recently discovered documents give us new understanding. Russian birth certificates of their their youngest child, Surah (Sarah Oreckovsky Averbook), and of their grandchildren, indicate that Abraham and Hykeh may earlier have come from the town of Kishinev, 160 miles to the west in Bessarabia, now Moldova, where their older children may have been bor
  Sarah Oreckovsky Averbook, was said to have talked about the family earlier coming from "Orekhov", "Oreckovsky", and "Odess". On maps, there was t village of Orekhovo, in the more western Brestskaya region, as well as Orekhov, in the eastern Ukraine, south of Yaroslavl (now Dnepropetrovsk). There were also the towns of Orekhovka and Orekhi. Outside of Ukraina, just ea Moscow, there is also Orekhovo-Zuyevo. More research is required.


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