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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 22, 2003]
  Hykeh and her husband Abraham were in the honey and wax business in their village. While he devoted his entire life to religion, it is told that Hykeh carried on the actual work and the management of the business, and was considered by all a very clever business woman. "Between running this business and and nurturing her family, she was actually as busy as the bees themselves who produced the honey and wax for her. It is also told that she would never spend over two days in bed after giving birth to a child, and many times while still in bed conducted her business..." (Arthur Silver, from the Oreck Family News, December 1967) In Russia, "Hykeh" may have been called "Chaika". She was also called "Eva", according to her daughter Anna Oreckovsky Shapiro's death certificate. And Sarah Oreckovsky Averbook's certificate said her mother's name was "Ida", while daughter Sarah's Russian birth certificate documented here mother as "Leah". [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 11, 2003]
  Hykeh and her husband Abraham were in the honey and wax business in their village. While he devoted his entire life to religion, it is told that Hykeh carried on the actual work and the management of the business, and was considered by all a very clever business woman. "Between running this business and and nurturing her family, she was actually as busy as the bees themselves who produced the honey and wax for her. It is also told that she would never spend over two days in bed after giving birth to a child, and many times while still in bed conducted her business..." (Arthur Silver, from the Oreck Family News, December 1967) In Russia, "Hykeh" may have been called "Chaika". She was also called "Eva", according to her daughter Anna Oreckovsky Shapiro's death certificate. And Sarah Oreckovsky Averbook's certificate said her mother's name was "Ida", while daughter Sarah's Russian birth certificate documented here mother as "Leah". [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2003]
  Hykeh and her husband Abraham were in the honey and wax business in their village. While he devoted his entire life to religion, it is told that Hykeh carried on the actual work and the management of the business, and was considered by all a very clever business woman. "Between running this business and and nurturing her family, she was actually as busy as the bees themselves who produced the honey and wax for her. It is also told that she would never spend over two days in bed after giving birth to a child, and many times while still in bed conducted her business..." (Arthur Silver, from the Oreck Family News, December 1967) In Russia, "Hykeh" may have been called "Chaika". She was also called "Eva", according to her daughter Anna Oreckovsky Shapiro's death certificate. And Sarah Oreckovsky Averbook's certificate said her mother's name was "Ida", while daughter Sarah's Russian birth certificate documented here mother as "Leah".


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