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Subject: Re: Rebecca LIPSKY
Author: ZlaticaBeca
Date: Monday, November 12, 2018
Classification: Query

By you editing your original post, I don't get notified and believe that the other poster is not as well. It would help if you would reply to each individual post.
I'm here in USA.
Here’s some documentation regarding Rebecca, daughter of Meyer Lipski and Ida Robotmick. It’s a Social Security application thar said she was born December 25, 1890 in Palanev, Soviet Union. I was wondering if she had any brothers and sisters who were also born in the Soviet Union?
Was Rebecca naturalized US citizen? Do you have Rebecca's arrival manifest?
5:29 p.m.
Is this your Rebecca arriving NY EI with a sister?
Lipsky, Rebecca New Castle 14 1889-1890 1904
Lipsky, Annie New Castle 17 1886-1887 1904
Lipsky, Reisel Kimik 20 1878-1879 1899
Reisel's location is Wolpe and not Kimik. That location is for the passenger above.
Lipsky, Rachel Wolpa 18 1880-1881 1899
Volpa, Wolpa populated place
53°22' N 24°22' E
136.2 miles WSW of Minsk 53°54' N 27°34' E
5:54 p.m.
Do you have Rebecca State Marriage Application?
6:35 p.m.
Name Max Lipsky
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 23 Sep 1917
Event Place Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Gender Male
Father's Name Meyer Lipsky
Mother's Name Ida Rubuter
Spouse's Name Lillie Goldman
Spouse's Father's Name Nathan Goldman
Spouse's Mother's Name Rachel Grossman
Certificate Number 6474
Citing this Record
"Massachusetts State Vital Records, 1841-1920," database with images, FamilySearch ( :
What an imagination on the mother's maiden name. I suppose RABOTNIK must sound as RUBUTER to an English speaker.