Nine Generations

Meir Bassevitch

Male, #3641, Deceased, b. 1813




Parents

FatherIokhel Bassevitch (1793-1852)
MotherMrs. Chaia [Bassevitch] (1792-)


Relationships3rd great-granduncle of Ellen Jane Bass


Family 1: Mrs. Chaia [Bassevitch] (b. 1812, d. before 1857)

SonAbraham Simon Bassevitch + (1832-)
SonItzko Bassevitch + (1838-)
SonElya Bassevitch + (1841-)

Family 2: Mrs. Krilya [Bassevitch] (b. 1818, d. before 1868)

DaughterChaia Bassevitch (1857-)

Family 3: Mrs. Feiga-Chaya [Bassevitch] (b. 1819)



Birth1813Meir Bassevitch was born in 1813 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Marr/PartnershipHe married Mrs. Chaia [Bassevitch].1
Marr/PartnershipHe married Mrs. Krilya [Bassevitch].1
Marr/PartnershipHe married Mrs. Feiga-Chaya [Bassevitch].1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report".

Movsha Bassevitch

Male, #3642, Deceased, b. 1824




Parents

FatherIokhel Bassevitch (1793-1852)
MotherMrs. Chaia [Bassevitch] (1792-)


Relationships3rd great-granduncle of Ellen Jane Bass


Family: Mrs. Dvora [Bassevitch] (b. 1820)

DaughterMenuha Bassevitch (1854-)


Birth1824Movsha Bassevitch was born in 1824.1
Marr/PartnershipHe married Mrs. Dvora [Bassevitch].1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report".

Yudka Bassevitch

Male, #3643, Deceased, b. 1828




Parents

FatherIokhel Bassevitch (1793-1852)
MotherMrs. Chaia [Bassevitch] (1792-)


Relationships3rd great-grandfather of Ellen Jane Bass


Family: Mrs. Sorah [Bassevitch] (b. 1825)

SonNevakh Bassevitch + (1844-)
DaughterChaia Bassevitch (1845-)
DaughterNecha Bassevitch (1849-)


Birth1828Yudka Bassevitch was born in 1828 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Marr/Partnershipestimated 1844He married Mrs. Sorah [Bassevitch] estimated 1844.1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report".

Beilya Bassevitch

Female, #3645, Deceased, b. 1846




Parents

FatherIokhel Bassevitch (1793-1852)
MotherMrs. Dvora [Bassevitch] (1810-)


Relationships3rd great-grandaunt of Ellen Jane Bass




Birth1846Beilya Bassevitch was born in 1846 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report".

Mrs. Rokhlya [Bassevitch]

Female, #3646, Deceased, b. 1814








Family: Srol Bassevitch (b. 1811)

SonMayer David Bassevitch + (1830-)
DaughterEnta Bassevitch (1843-)


NameMrs. Rokhlya [Bassevitch] was also known as Rokhlya Bassevitch.1
Birth1814She was born in 1814.1
Marr/PartnershipShe married Srol Bassevitch in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report".

Enta Bassevitch

Female, #3647, Deceased, b. 1843




Parents

FatherSrol Bassevitch (1811-)
MotherMrs. Rokhlya [Bassevitch] (1814-)


Relationships1st cousin 4 times removed of Ellen Jane Bass




Birth1843Enta Bassevitch was born in 1843 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report".

Itka Bassevitch

Female, #3648, Deceased, b. 1867




Parents



Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Ellen Jane Bass




Birth1867Itka Bassevitch was born in 1867 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report".

Mrs. Drosnya [Bassevitch]

Female, #3649, Deceased, b. 1829








Family: Mayer David Bassevitch (b. 1830)

DaughterItka Bassevitch (1867-)
DaughterEsther Bassevitch (1870-)


Married nameMrs. Drosnya [Bassevitch] was known as Drosnya Bassevitch after her marriage.1
Birth1829She was born in 1829 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Marr/PartnershipShe married Mayer David Bassevitch.1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report".

Yudka Bassevitch

Male, #3650, Deceased, b. 1746




Parents

FatherChonon Bassevitch (1731-)


Relationships6th great-grandfather of Ellen Jane Bass


Family: Mrs. Beila [Bassevitch] (b. 1744)

SonAizik Bassevitch + (1766-)
SonAbram Bassevitch (1779-)


Birth1746Yudka Bassevitch was born in 1746 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Marr/PartnershipHe married Mrs. Beila [Bassevitch] in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report"., p.1

Mrs. Beila [Bassevitch]

Female, #3651, Deceased, b. 1744






Relationships6th great-grandmother of Ellen Jane Bass


Family: Yudka Bassevitch (b. 1746)

SonAizik Bassevitch + (1766-)
SonAbram Bassevitch (1779-)


Married nameMrs. Beila [Bassevitch] was known as Beila Bassevitch after her marriage.1
Birth1744She was born in 1744 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Marr/PartnershipShe married Yudka Bassevitch in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report"., p.1

Chonon Bassevitch

Male, #3652, Deceased, b. 1731




Parents

FatherYudka Bassevitch (estimated 1700-)


Relationships7th great-grandfather of Ellen Jane Bass


Family:

SonYudka Bassevitch + (1746-)
SonBer Bassevitch (1751-)
SonIosel Bassevitch + (1768-)
SonAyzik Bassevitch (1772-)


Birth1731Chonon Bassevitch was born in 1731.1
Note1764According to the Pinsk town inventory of 1764, the family owned 1 house, no cattle, no vegetable garden, and there were no other male family members. In 1764 the total number of family members was 11. In 1775 there were four males and five females.1
Occupationfrom 1764 to 1775From 1764 to 1775 Chonon Bassevitch was a trader in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Note1784The 1784 Pinsk town inventory remarks that Chonon "sold alcohol." This may have been the genesis of the Bassevitch brewery at which Ephraim and Rochel Kuperman (Robert Jacobs' great grandparents) worked.1
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Supplemental Resesearch for Family Basevich (records for 1764-1784)", June 24, 2016, Jewish Heritage Research Group (), to Robert Jacobs (209 East 18th Ave., Apt. 28); , .

Hyman Boskowitz

Male, #3653, Deceased, b. 15 January 1878, d. 5 May 1921




Parents

FatherAbraham Simon Bassevitch (1832-)
MotherLiba Gietel (1833-)


Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Ellen Jane Bass


Family 1: Dvosha-Ester Belskaya

DaughterFruma Boskowitz (1897-)

Family 2: Lena Matishevich (b. 1876, d. 29 September 1933)

SonIsidore Boskowitz (1911-1929)
SonArthur S. Boske + (1915-1959)


Name-birthHis birth name was Chaim-Leyb Bassevitch.1
Birth15 January 1878Hyman Boskowitz was born on 15 January 1878 in Pinsk, Belarus.2
Marr/PartnershipHe married Dvosha-Ester Belskaya.1
Marr/PartnershipHe married Lena Matishevich.3
Immigration17 April 1905He migrated in Montreal, Canada, on 17 April 1905. According to the manifest he was bound for Newark.4
Residence (family)1916He and Lena Matishevich lived at 330 East 101 Street in New York, New York in 1916.5
Occupationfrom 1916 to 1920From 1916 to 1920 Hyman Boskowitz was a house painter in New York City.3,5
Naturalization23 September 1918He was naturalized at New York County Supreme Court in New York, New York on 23 September 1918.2
Residence (family)23 September 1918He and Lena Matishevich lived at 42 Gouverneur Street in New York, New York on 23 September 1918.2
Residence (family)25 January 1920He and Lena Matishevich lived at 450 Cherry Street in New York, New York on 25 January 1920.3
Death5 May 1921He died of of chronic lead poisoning contracted while working as a painter on 5 May 1921 in Manhattan, New York County, New York.6,7
Burial6 May 1921He was buried on 6 May 1921 in Montefiore Cemetery in Springfield Gardens, Queens County, New York.
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Genealogical Research on Family Basevich from Pinsk", 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group (13B Daumana St., 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Stephen Boske (); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Bassevitch Report".
  2. Naturalization Petition, New York County Supreme Court, 23 Sept. 1918, No. 184766
  3. 1920 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan Assembly District 4, New York, New York; Roll: T625_1191; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 325; Image: 456.
  4. Passenger Manifest, Contiguous Territy Admission List for April, 1905
  5. City Directory, p. 221, 1916 New York City Directory (87-91 Third Ave., New York, N.Y.: R.L. Polk & Company, April, 1916
  6. New York City Death Index, 1862—1948, 1949—1965, Cert. #11993
  7. Death Certificate, Manhattan Cert. #11993, 5 May 1921 (Hyman Boskowitz)

Lena Matishevich

Female, #3654, Deceased, b. 1876, d. 29 September 1933




Parents





Family: Hyman Boskowitz (b. 15 January 1878, d. 5 May 1921)

SonIsidore Boskowitz (1911-1929)
SonArthur S. Boske + (1915-1959)


Married nameLena Matishevich was known as Lena Boskowitz after her marriage.1
NameShe was also known as Lena Matus.2
Birth1876She was born in 1876 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Marr/PartnershipShe married Hyman Boskowitz.1
Immigration1907She migrated in 1907.1
Residence (family)1916Hyman Boskowitz and she lived at 330 East 101 Street in New York, New York in 1916.3
Residence (family)23 September 1918Hyman Boskowitz and she lived at 42 Gouverneur Street in New York, New York on 23 September 1918.4
Residence (family)25 January 1920Hyman Boskowitz and she lived at 450 Cherry Street in New York, New York on 25 January 1920.1
Death29 September 1933She died of heart attack on 29 September 1933 at 32 Lewis Street in New York, New York.2,5
Burial1 October 1933She was buried on 1 October 1933 in Mount Hebron Cemetery in Flushing, Queens County, New York.6
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Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan Assembly District 4, New York, New York; Roll: T625_1191; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 325; Image: 456.
  2. E-mail message, Stephen Boske to RCJ, 5 Oct. 2014
  3. City Directory, p. 221, 1916 New York City Directory (87-91 Third Ave., New York, N.Y.: R.L. Polk & Company, April, 1916
  4. Naturalization Petition, New York County Supreme Court, 23 Sept. 1918, No. 184766
  5. Death Certificate, Manhattan Cert. #21045, 1933 (Lena Boskowitz)
  6. Find A Grave database, Memorial #77396465

Arthur S. Boske

Male, #3656, Deceased, b. 27 January 1915, d. December 1959




Parents

FatherHyman Boskowitz (1878-1921)
MotherLena Matishevich (1876-1933)


Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Ellen Jane Bass


Family: Ernestine Vulgan (b. 25 December 1911, d. 3 October 1980)

SonLeigh Bruce Boske +


Biography

Name-birthHis birth name was Abraham Boskowitz.1
Birth27 January 1915Arthur S. Boske was born on 27 January 1915 in New York, New York.1
Child1916As children, Isidore Boskowitz and Arthur S. Boske lived with Hyman Boskowitz and Lena Matishevich at 330 East 101 Street in New York, New York in 1916.2
Child23 September 1918As children, Arthur S. Boske and Isidore Boskowitz lived with Hyman Boskowitz and Lena Matishevich at 42 Gouverneur Street in New York, New York on 23 September 1918.3
Child25 January 1920As children, Arthur S. Boske and Isidore Boskowitz lived with Hyman Boskowitz and Lena Matishevich at 450 Cherry Street in New York, New York on 25 January 1920.1
Marr/Partnershipbefore 1940Arthur S. Boske married Ernestine Vulgan before 1940.4,5
Occupation3 May 1940On 3 May 1940 Arthur S. Boske was a bookkeeper in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.5
Residence (family)3 May 1940He and Ernestine Vulgan lived at 192 Clifford Street in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island on 3 May 1940.5
Military26 October 1943He served as a private in the Army; he was inducted on 26 October 1943 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He was honorably discharged on 2 May 1946 at Fort George Meade in Maryland.6
Psgr List (fam)31 May 1952On 31 May 1952 Arthur S. Boske and Ernestine Vulgan were passengers aboard the USNS Gen. Maurice Rose sailing to New York from Southampton.7
Residence (family)31 May 1952He and Ernestine Vulgan lived at 5630 Lakewood Boulevard in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California on 31 May 1952.7
DeathDecember 1959He died in December 1959.8,9
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Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan Assembly District 4, New York, New York; Roll: T625_1191; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 325; Image: 456.
  2. City Directory, p. 221, 1916 New York City Directory (87-91 Third Ave., New York, N.Y.: R.L. Polk & Company, April, 1916
  3. Naturalization Petition, New York County Supreme Court, 23 Sept. 1918, No. 184766
  4. Passenger Manifest, U.S.N.S. Gen. Maurice Rose, arr. NY 31 May 1952
  5. 1940 Federal Census, Place: Providence, Providence, Rhode Island; Roll: T627_3779; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 6-221.
  6. U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; ARC: 1263923. World War II Army Enlistment Records; Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 64; National Archives at College Park. College Park, Maryland
  7. Passenger Manifest, USNS Gen Maurice Rose, List No. 3
  8. Social Security Death Index, SS #: 123-03-2718
  9. E-mail message, Stephen Boske to RCJ, 5 Oct. 2014

Ernestine Vulgan

Female, #3658, Deceased, b. 25 December 1911, d. 3 October 1980




Parents





Family: Arthur S. Boske (b. 27 January 1915, d. December 1959)

SonLeigh Bruce Boske +


Married nameErnestine Vulgan was known as Ernestine Boske after her marriage.1
Birth25 December 1911She was born on 25 December 1911 in Pennsylvania.2
Marr/Partnershipbefore 1940She married Arthur S. Boske before 1940.1,3
Residence (family)3 May 1940Arthur S. Boske and she lived at 192 Clifford Street in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island on 3 May 1940.3
Psgr List (fam)31 May 1952On 31 May 1952 Arthur S. Boske and Ernestine Vulgan were passengers aboard the USNS Gen. Maurice Rose sailing to New York from Southampton.4
Residence (family)31 May 1952Arthur S. Boske and she lived at 5630 Lakewood Boulevard in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California on 31 May 1952.4
Death3 October 1980She died on 3 October 1980 at Brackenridge Hospital in Austin, Texas.2
Burialabout 10 October 1980She was buried about 10 October 1980 in Holy Trinity Cemetery in Ford City, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.2
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Citations

  1. Passenger Manifest, U.S.N.S. Gen. Maurice Rose, arr. NY 31 May 1952
  2. Texas Death Records, 1964 - 1998, Cert. #84645
  3. 1940 Federal Census, Place: Providence, Providence, Rhode Island; Roll: T627_3779; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 6-221.
  4. Passenger Manifest, USNS Gen Maurice Rose, List No. 3

Leigh Bruce Boske

Male, #3659, Living




Parents

FatherArthur S. Boske (1915-1959)
MotherErnestine Vulgan (1911-1980)


Relationships4th cousin 1 time removed of Ellen Jane Bass




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Stephen Arthur Boske

Male, #3660, Living




Parents



Relationships5th cousin of Ellen Jane Bass




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