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From the Dolginovo revision list of the year 1850;
SURNAME Other surnames Given Name Relationship to Head of Household
Father Age at last revision Age Reason Left Year Left Comments Day
Month Year Town Uyezd Gubernia Page# Registration # Former
Registration # Archive/Fond/Inventory/File#
PERLIN David Son Shmerko 7 unknown 1847 6 November 1850
Dolginovo Vileika Vilnius 245 94 LVIA/515/15/934
PERLIN Ruvin Son Shmerko 9 died 1835 6 November 1850 Dolginovo
Vileika Vilnius 245 94 LVIA/515/15/934
PERLIN Shmerko Head of the household Girsh 34 died 1844 6
November 1850 Dolginovo Vileika Vilnius 245 94 LVIA/515/15/934
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Marshall Perlin, a nationally known civil liberties attorney with a
long association with UE, died Dec. 31 at age 79.

Born in Manhattan, Mike Perlin graduated from Rutgers University and
Columbia Law School. During World War II he was a first lieutenant and
navigator in the Army Air Corps, flying bombing missions in the
Pacific, and earned the Distinguished Flying Cross.

Perlin returned to law school after the war, where he met Bob Lewis,
who later became UE general counsel. Lewis recalls that Perlin took
the bar examination for practice while still in school and passed it,
with the unusual result that he was admitted to the bar before
completing his courses.

The young attorney joined the staff of UE Local 301, which then
represented 28,000 workers employed at General Electric's flagship
plant in Schenectady, N.Y. Perlin trained stewards to recognize and
develop workers' compensation cases, organized the local's workers'
comp cases and sought out doctors not under GE's control.

In 1950, he accepted an invitation from a friend from law school,
Arthur Kinoy, to join him and former CIO Assistant General Counsel
Frank Donner in a law firm that would battle for unions and others
facing Cold-War attacks. (Donner eventually became UE general
counsel.) "That law firm was a powerful weapon in defense of the union
and others who were under attack," Bob Lewis recently told the UE
NEWS.

Those 1950s attacks included the government's attempts to deport UE
Dir. of Org. James Matles, jail Genl. Sec.-Treas. Julius Emspak for
contempt of Congress and effectively put the union out of operation
through an official designation as a "subversive" organization. Perlin
and his colleagues were in the thick of these fights, scoring several
key victories for the union.

In those days his phones were tapped by the FBI; years later, in FBI
records obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, Perlin could
read his own conversations with other lawyers.

Perlin and his young colleagues also engaged in a frantic and
unsuccessful attempt to win a stay of execution for Julius and Ethel
Rosenberg two days before their execution on charges of espionage.
Perlin then took up the case of the Rosenbergs' co-defendant, Morton
Sobell, and also served as counsel to the Rosenbergs' children.

Perlin argued court motions that resulted in public release of
hundreds of thousands of pages of documents on the Rosenberg case; his
work helped change the way the Federal Bureau of Investigation stores
documents.

Mike Perlin continued to represent UE locals; his association with the
union stretched across decades.

In the 1980s, with financial support made possible by a bequest from
another former UE attorney, Samuel Gruber, Perlin handled a request by
UE for release of FBI documents under the Freedom of Information Act.
Perlin faced FBI obstruction and repeatedly sued to gain access and
acquire copies of documents. When the FBI heavily blacked out
information on documents released, Perlin would go back to court.
"Everything was a fight," noted Bob Lewis. "He was very persistent.
And he usually won."

"We didn't recognize the scope and size of the files when we filed the
request," Perlin said last year. Numerous boxes of documents —
containing 90,000 pages of FBI files on UE leaders and members — were
eventually shipped to the UE Archives at the University of Pittsburgh.
Perlin continued to work to obtain remaining material, consulting
regularly with UE Genl. Pres. John Hovis on the ongoing project.

In September 1998, Perlin spoke at the "Cold War and American Labor
Conference" in Monroeville, Pa., organized by the Pennsylvania Labor
History Society. Already ill, he had been counseled not to attend. But
Perlin insisted on speaking, sharing with the conference his personal
recollections of the severe Cold-War attacks against UE. In
particular, Perlin praised UE leaders' "strength of spirit and willing
to fight" for the members during that evil period. "There was great
bravery on their part," Perlin said, that "permitted UE to continue."

Perlin is survived by his wife, Loretta Rowe; a son, Hank Perlin, and
a daughter, Jan Perlin.

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Renowned Belarussian cellist, Vladimir Perlin
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Artist; Liza Perlin

born in Vitebsk, Belarus 1956

Lives and works in IsraelEducation

Technological college "Clothes design '" Vitebsk state unversity:
Design graphic faculuty.

Solo Exhibitions

1991 - Maalot , Israel. Barer art center. 2000-Holland."Israel center
". Naikeert.
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Rae Perlin was born on September 10, 1910 in St.John's, Newfoundland,
youngest child of six born to Adelle Adams and Israel Perlin, who were
Jewish immigrants from Russia. She attended Bishop Spencer College in
St.John's before travelling to New York to attend nursing school in
the late 1930s. While in New York, she became interested in art which
led her to begin introductory painting classes at the Grand Chaumiere
Studio.

In 1943, Perlin moved back to Newfoundland to work as a nurse, but the
independence and excitement she enjoyed from artistic endeavours only
increased. Despite low numbers of women in the arts at that time, she
travelled back to New York each summer and continued her studies
during these years under Hans Hoffman. In 1945 she left the nursing
profession to become a full time artist.

After deciding to concentrate on artistic endeavours in 1945 she spent
the following years in Europe and it was there she blossomed as an
artist, completely replacing her nursing muses with a more artistic
bent. She travelled to Paris and the south of France, the
Mediterranean coast, Italy, and England, where she lived for a while
in London. In all these places, she saw almost everything there was to
see in the art world - from national galleries with classical art
forms, to commercial dealers and studios with new and contemporary
works.....For the rest go to;
http://www.library.mun.ca/qeii/cns/archives/perlin.php
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http://www.nyls.edu/pages/389.asp
An internationally-recognized expert on mental disability law, Michael
L. Perlin has devoted his career to championing legal rights for
people with mental disabilities. A prolific author of fifteen books
and well over 175 scholarly articles on all aspects of mental
disability law, Professor Perlin says that his ninth book, The Hidden
Prejudice: Mental Disability on Trial (2000), "represents my lifetime
work." The book is an attempt to educate society about how the fear of
persons with mental illness creates a hidden bias against them that
prevents equal justice, a form of discrimination he calls "sanism."

In his book and his other work, he speaks out against "sanism," which
he defines as "the irrational prejudice that causes, and is reflected
in, prevailing social attitudes toward persons with mental
disabilities."

A teacher-lawyer-advocate who advises mental health professionals,
hospitals, advocates, activists, lawyers, and governments, Professor
Perlin has worked directly on mental disability cases as a deputy
public defender and as director of the Division of Mental Health
Advocacy in the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate. He has
witnessed the complexities and frustrations facing both judges and
attorneys with such cases.

Professor Perlin travels around the globe to speak out about the legal
rights of people with mental disabilities. In conjunction with Mental
Disability Rights International, a U.S.-based human rights advocacy
organization, he has presented mental disability training workshops in
Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Bulgaria, and Uruguay. As part of
his work with the Justice Action Center, he has traveled twice to
Taiwan in an effort to help create a pan-Asian mental disability
advocacy network.

In 2002, he helped organize a symposium at New York Law School on
"International Human Rights Law and the Institutional Treatment of
Persons with Mental Disabilities: The Case of Hungary." It was the
first such U.S. gathering, bringing together prominent activists,
advocates, and attorneys to look at the application of international
human rights law to improve the treatment of people with mental
disabilities....http://www.nyls.edu/pages/389.asp
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Dr. Seymour J. Perlin grew up in Mountaindale, NY, a small rural
village 100 miles north of New York City. (Please see his related
article A Shtetl in America.) Dr. Perlin moved to the Bronx in 1945
when he started his freshman year at New York University at the
University Heights Campus. After graduating from NYU, the author
served in the U.S. military and began his career in South Bronx public
elementary school administration. He was an assistant principal at
P.S. 39 (Longwood Avenue), and the principal of P.S. 59 (Bathgate
Avenue). The author earned his doctorate from NYU.

After living in the Bronx with his wife and children for many years,
Dr. Perlin moved his family to the Rockland County suburb of New York
City. He retired from the NYC Board of Education in 1990. For the past
fifteen years, the author has taught courses in American History at
St. Thomas Aquinas College and Dominican College, both located in
Rockland County. Dr. Perlin's current research largely centers on the
cultural and social history of American Jewish immigration.

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Yad Vashem List of Perlin family members who perished;
Name Town District Region Country Birth Date Source
Perlin Frida LENINGRAD LENINGRAD LENINGRAD RUSSIA (USSR) 1931
Page of Testimony
Perlin Lev MOSKVA MOSKVA CITY MOSKVA RUSSIA (USSR) 1904 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Nakhum ORSHA ORSHA CITY VITEBSK BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1900
Page of Testimony
Perlin Samuil ORSHA ORSHA CITY VITEBSK BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1904
Page of Testimony
Perlin Abram GOMEL GOMEL GOMEL BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1881 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Ira KIEV KIEV KIEV UKRAINE (USSR) 1910 Page of Testimony
Perlin Zelik BRAGIN BRAGIN POLESYE BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1895
Records of the Soviet Extraordinary Commission
Perlin Iosif KHISLAVICHI KHISLAVICHI SMOLENSK RUSSIA (USSR)
Records of the Soviet Extraordinary Commission
Perlin Unknown KHISLAVICHI KHISLAVICHI SMOLENSK RUSSIA (USSR)
Records of the Soviet Extraordinary Commission
Perlin Unknown KHISLAVICHI KHISLAVICHI SMOLENSK RUSSIA (USSR)
Records of the Soviet Extraordinary Commission
Perlin Srul ODESSA ODESSA ODESSA UKRAINE (USSR) Records of the
Soviet Extraordinary Commission
Perlin Khaya ODESSA ODESSA ODESSA UKRAINE (USSR) Records of the
Soviet Extraordinary Commission
Perlin Srul ODESSA ODESSA ODESSA UKRAINE (USSR) Records of the
Soviet Extraordinary Commission
Perlin Khaya ODESSA ODESSA ODESSA UKRAINE (USSR) Records of the
Soviet Extraordinary Commission

Perlin Ita DOMBROVICA BIHOR CRISANA-MARAMURES ROMANIA 1890 Page
of Testimony
Perlin Anna DNEPROPETROVSK DNEPROPETROVSK DNEPROPETROVSK UKRAINE
(USSR) Page of Testimony
Perlin Ana DNEPROPETROVSK DNEPROPETROVSK DNEPROPETROVSK UKRAINE
(USSR) 1900 Page of Testimony
Perlin Anna DNEPROPETROVSK DNEPROPETROVSK DNEPROPETROVSK UKRAINE
(USSR) Page of Testimony
Braginski Boris KONOTOP KONOTOP SUMY UKRAINE (USSR) 1926 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Froim POKOTILOVO PODVYSOKOYE KIROVOGRAD UKRAINE (USSR)
1886 Page of Testimony
Perlin Altar SLUTSK SLUTSK MINSK BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1892 Page of
Testimony
Vorotilny Kheina GOLOVANEVSK GOLOVANEVSK ODESSA UKRAINE (USSR)
Page of Testimony
Perlin Mikhail ODESSA ODESSA ODESSA UKRAINE (USSR) 1914 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Moisei KIYEV KIEV KIEV UKRAINE (USSR) 1912 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Vitele KIYEV KIEV KIEV UKRAINE (USSR) 1883 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Grigori SMOLENSK SMOLENSK SMOLENSK RUSSIA (USSR) 1921
Page of Testimony
Perlin BIALYSTOK BIALYSTOK BIALYSTOK POLAND 1886 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Vladilen KUIBYSHEV KUYBYSHEV RUSSIA (USSR) 1925 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Moisei AKERMAN CETATEA ALBA BESSARABIA ROMANIA Page of
Testimony
Name Town District Region Country Birth Date Source
Perlin Liza AKERMAN CETATEA ALBA BESSARABIA ROMANIA Page of
Testimony
Perlin Liusia AKERMAN CETATEA ALBA BESSARABIA ROMANIA 1925 Page
of Testimony
Perlin Faiva LENINGRAD LENINGRAD LENINGRAD RUSSIA (USSR) 1898
Page of Testimony
Perlin Basya SLUTSK SLUTSK MINSK BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1897 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Khema KORMA BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1930 Page of Testimony
Perlin Mariasia KORMA BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1905 Page of Testimony
Perlin Sonia KORMA BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1934 Page of Testimony
Roit Rivka ( nee Perlin) PROSKUROV PROSKUROV CITY KAMENETS PODOLSK
UKRAINE (USSR) 1887 Page of Testimony
Sapozhnikov Zinaida KHARKOV KHARKOV KHARKOV UKRAINE (USSR) 1909
Page of Testimony
Perlin Piotr KHARKOV KHARKOV KHARKOV UKRAINE (USSR) 1931 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Fanya KHARKOV KHARKOV KHARKOV UKRAINE (USSR) 1900 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Sara KHARKOV KHARKOV KHARKOV UKRAINE (USSR) 1929 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Shifka PROSKUROV PROSKUROV CITY KAMENETS PODOLSK UKRAINE
(USSR) 1870 Page of Testimony
Perlin Vladimir ORSHA ORSHA CITY VITEBSK BELORUSSIA (USSR) 1940
Page of Testimony
Perlin Yudif POKOTILOVO PODVYSOKOYE KIROVOGRAD UKRAINE (USSR)
1901 Page of Testimony

Perlin Moshe WYSOCK STOLIN POLESIE POLAND 1895 Page of Testimony
Perlin Aizik AKERMAN CETATEA ALBA BESSARABIA ROMANIA Page of
Testimony
Perlin Inushka AKERMAN CETATEA ALBA BESSARABIA ROMANIA 1930 Page
of Testimony
Perlin Liza AKERMAN CETATEA ALBA BESSARABIA ROMANIA Page of
Testimony
Perlien Efraem PODVOYSKOYE KALININ RUSSIA (USSR) 1888 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Aizik POKOTILOVO PODVYSOKOYE KIROVOGRAD UKRAINE (USSR)
1927 Page of Testimony
Perlin Chaja WYSOCK STOLIN POLESIE POLAND 1895 Page of Testimony
Perlin Tania AKERMAN CETATEA ALBA BESSARABIA ROMANIA 1900 Page
of Testimony
Herlih Lea IZBICA KRASNYSTAW LUBLIN POLAND 1914 Page of Testimony
Perlin RIMASZOMBAT GEMER SLOVAKIA CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1904 Page of
Testimony
Perlin Eva RIMASZOMBAT GEMER SLOVAKIA CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1922 Page
of Testimony
Perlin Miriam DABROWICA SARNY WOLYN POLAND 1906 Page of Testimony
Frohlich Malka ( nee Perlin) STOROJINET STOROJINET BUKOVINA
ROMANIA 1917 Page of Testimony
Perlin Lyusya AKERMAN CETATEA ALBA BESSARABIA ROMANIA 1923 Page
of Testimony
Perlin Tanya AKERMAN CETATEA ALBA BESSARABIA ROMANIA Page of
Testimony
Place of Residence
Name Town District Region Country Birth Date Source
Perlin Yehudit PODVYSOKOYE UKRAINE (USSR) 1900 Page of
Testimony
Perlen Fanny STUTTGART STUTTGART WUERTTEMBERG GERMANY 1894 list
of victims from Germany
Perlin Margarete BERLIN BERLIN BERLIN GERMANY 1882 list of
victims from Germany
Perlin Margarete BERLIN BERLIN BERLIN GERMANY 1882 list of
deportation from Berlin
Perlin Haia list of ghetto/camp inmates from Romania
Perlin Haia list of ghetto/camp inmates from Romania
Perlin Srul list of ghetto/camp inmates from Romania
Perlin Srul list of ghetto/camp inmates from Romania
Perlin Anna DNEPROPETROVSK DNEPROPETROVSK DNEPROPETROVSK UKRAINE
(USSR) 1886 Page of Testimony
Perlin Shloma PAVLOVSK SLUTSK LENINGRAD RUSSIA (USSR) Page of
Testimony Perlin Shloma
Shloma Perlin was born in Konotop, Ukraine (USSR). He was a tailor
and married to Braina. Prior to WWII he lived in Pavlovsk, Russia
(USSR). During the war was in Leningrad, Russia (USSR). Shloma
perished in 1942 in Leningrad, Russia (USSR). This information is
based on a Page of Testimony (displayed to the left) submitted on
01/01/1993 by his grandson from Russia
Perlin Basya
Basya Perlin nee Podlipski was born in Slutsk, Belorussia (USSR) in
1897 to Vulf and Taibul. She was married to Altar. Prior to WWII she
lived in Slutsk, Belorussia (USSR). During the war was in Slutsk,
Belorussia (USSR). Basya perished in 1941 in Slutsk, Belorussia (USSR)
at the age of 44. This information is based on a Page of Testimony
(displayed to the left) submitted on 01/01/1991 by her niece
Perlin Altar
Altar Perlin was born in Gresk, Belorussia (USSR) in 1892 to Semyon.
He was married to Basya. Prior to WWII he lived in Slutsk, Belorussia
(USSR). During the war was in Slutsk, Belorussia (USSR). Altar
perished in 1941 in Slutsk, Belorussia (USSR) at the age of 49. This
information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed to the left)
submitted on 01/01/1991 by his nephew
Perlin Nakhum
Nakhum Perlin was born in Orsha, Belorussia (USSR) in 1900 to Abram
and Basia. He was a typesetter and married to Esia. Prior to WWII he
lived in Orsha, Belorussia (USSR). During the war was in Army, Ussr.
Nakhum perished in 1941 in Russia (USSR) at the age of 41. This
information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed to the left)
submitted by his son ALBERT

ALBERT
Perlin Vladimir
Vladimir Perlin was born in Orsha, Belorussia (USSR) in 1940 to Esia
nee Zevin. He was a baby. Prior to WWII he lived in Orsha, Belorussia
(USSR). Vladimir perished in 1941 in Penza, Russia (USSR) at the age
of 1. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed to
the left) submitted on 01/01/1993 by his brother ALBERT
Perlin Samuil
Samuil Perlin was born in Orsha, Belorussia (USSR) in 1904 to Abram
and Basia. He was married to Sonia. Prior to WWII he lived in Orsha,
Belorussia (USSR). During the war was in Army, Ussr. Samuil perished
in 1945 in the Shoah at the age of 41. This information is based on a
Page of Testimony (displayed to the left) submitted on 01/01/1993 by
his nephew ALBERT
Esia Perlin nee Zevin was born in Orsha, Belorussia (USSR) in 1906 to
Abram. She was an accountant and married. Prior to WWII she lived in
Orsha, Belorussia (USSR). During the war was in Orsha, Belorussia
(USSR). Esia perished in 1941 in Orsha, Belorussia (USSR) at the age
of 35. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed to
the left) submitted on 01/01/1993 by her son ALBERT
Perlin
Sonia nee Zevin was born in Orsha, Belorussia (USSR) in 1900 to
Abram. She was a housewife. Prior to WWII she lived in Orsha,
Belorussia (USSR). During the war was in Orsha, Belorussia (USSR).
Sonia perished in 1941 in Orsha, Belorussia (USSR) at the age of 41.
This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed to the
left) submitted on 01/01/1993 by her nephew ALBERT
Perlin
Perlin Szilard RIMASZOMBAT GEMER SLOVAKIA CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1920
Page of Testimony
Perlin Iosif KIEV KIEV KIEV UKRAINE (USSR) Page of Testimony
Perlin Simeon Page of Testimony
Perlin Michail RIMASZOMBAT GEMER SLOVAKIA CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1904
Page of Testimony
Perlin Leonid YEKATERINOSLAV DNEPROPETROVSK DNEPROPETROVSK UKRAINE
(USSR) 1915 Page of Testimony
Perlin Nukhim PERVOMAYSK PERVOMAYSK ODESSA UKRAINE (USSR) Page
of Testimony
Perlin Nukhim
Nukhim Perlin was born in Ukraine (USSR). Prior to WWII he lived in
Pervomaysk, Ukraine (USSR). During the war was in Golovanevsk, Ukraine
(USSR). Nukhim perished in 1941 in the Shoah at the age of 61. This
information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed to the left)
submitted on 30/06/1999 by his grandson
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Ellis Island data for "Perlin";
Name -(original Residence) Age/ Born* Arrived to Ellis Island ( year)
1 Perlin, Bobruisk, Russia 11 1896 1907
2 Perlin, Abraham Nolies 31 1873 1904
3 Perlin, Abraham Wilna 18 1886 1904
4 Perlin, Abram 30 1863 1893
5 Perlin, Abram Dvinsk, Latvia 58 1865 1923
6 Perlin, Abram Konstantin 25 1876 1901
7 Perlin, Abram Pinsk, Poland 7 1914 1921
8 Perlin, Abram Suwalk 30 1872 1902
9 Perlin, Alosche Odessa 11 1888 1899
10 Perlin, Anienta Odessa 15 1884 1899
11 Perlin, Anle Russia 20 1887 1907
12 Perlin, Anna 24 1871 1895
13 Perlin, Aron 33 1863 1896
14 Perlin, Aron Molislew 8 1896 1904
15 Perlin, Awrun Ekaterinoslaw 40 1864 1904
16 Perlin, Barnett Leeds 30 1874 1904
17 Perlin, Basse Cunkowice, Russia 16 1897 1913
18 Perlin, Bella Monika 18 1890 1908
19 Perlin, Beney New York, U.S.A. 22 1897 1919
20 Perlin, Berko 8 1887 1895
21 Perlin, Berl Bobroisk, Russia 3 1907 1910
22 Perlin, Blunre Chislawitz, Russia 18 1894 1912
23 Perlin, Boris Hamel, Russia 21 1892 1913
24 Perlin, Braine Moliev 57 1847 1904
25 Perlin, Busi Gomil, Russia 16 1894 1910
26 Perlin, Chaike Witebsk 3 1902 1905
27 Perlin, Chaim Witebsk 1 1904 1905
28 Perlin, Chane 35 1860 1895
29 Perlin, Chane Bobruisk, Russia 20 1887 1907
30 Perlin, Chane Orscha, Russia 18 1893 1911
31 Perlin, Chane Rogaczew, Russia 6 1907 1913
32 Perlin, Cheje Bobroisk, Russia 26 1884 1910
33 Perlin, Clara St. Johns 16 1889 1905
34 Perlin, Davis 38 1870 1908
35 Perlin, Dawid Orscha 26 1878 1904
36 Perlin, Divore 26 1868 1894
37 Perlin, Dwora Witebsk 25 1880 1905
38 Perlin, Efroim Bobruisk, Russia 6 1901 1907
39 Perlin, Efrvim Human 31 1874 1905
40 Perlin, Elie Borznica, Russia 32 1881 1913
41 Perlin, Elie Czernizow, Russia 23 1888 1911
42 Perlin, Eljas 20 1872 1892
43 Perlin, Eljas 30 1862 1892
44 Perlin, Elkonen Minsk 55 1843 1898
45 Perlin, Ester Astryn 33 1871 1904
46 Perlin, Ester Dvinsk, Latvia 17 1906 1923
47 Perlin, Esther Molislew 9 1895 1904
48 Perlin, Ette Dvinsk, Latvia 19 1904 1923
49 Perlin, Frank 28 1875 1903
50 Perlin, Frank Glasgow, Scotland 31 1877 1908
51 Perlin, Frank St. Johns, Canada 36 1874 1910
52 Perlin, Frans ... La. 18 1904 1922
53 Perlin, Freide Polomnaje 8 1897 1905
54 Perlin, Getsel London 30 1874 1904
55 Perlin, Giacomo Assano X., Friuli, Italy 17 1906 1923
56 Perlin, Gisse Bobrinsk 18 1888 1906
57 Perlin, Golde 23 1869 1892
58 Perlin, Golde Klinsing, Russia 35 1873 1908
59 Perlin, Gussie Kostikowiczy, Russia 22 1889 1911
60 Perlin, Haim Dvinsk, Latvia 10 1913 1923
61 Perlin, Hemwel Ekatersnoslaw, Russia 4 1901 1905
62 Perlin, Heseke 37 1869 1906
63 Perlin, Ida Glasgow, Scotland 29 1880 1909
64 Perlin, Ida St. Johns 27 1878 1905
65 Perlin, Isaac Bobruisk, Russia 18 1889 1907
66 Perlin, Isaac St.Johns, Nfld. 53 1871 1924
67 Perlin, Isach Klinsing, Russia 9 1899 1908
68 Perlin, Isak 47 1846 1893
69 Perlin, Israel Finkevicz, Russia 17 1891 1908
70 Perlin, Israel Glasgow 36 1871 1907
71 Perlin, Israel Glasgow, Scotland 38 1871 1909
72 Perlin, Israel Glasgow, Scotland 41 1872 1913
73 Perlin, Israel Merner, 18 1886 1904
74 Perlin, Israel St Johns, Newfoundland 52 1872 1924
75 Perlin, Israel St. Johns, N.F., Canada 49 1871 1920
76 Perlin, Isreal St. Johns, New F. 39 1872 1911
77 Perlin, Itte Jarmolinetz 17 1889 1906
78 Perlin, Jacob 2 1890 1892
79 Perlin, Jente Bobruisk, Russia 40 1867 1907
80 Perlin, Jeschie Minsk, Russia 21 1891 1912
81 Perlin, Joche Lojew, Russia 20 1892 1912
82 Perlin, Johnna Dob, Kraus 37 1874 1911
83 Perlin, Leib 6 1888 1894
84 Perlin, Leib Konstantin 50 1851 1901
85 Perlin, Leiba Witelsk, Russia 18 1895 1913
86 Perlin, Leibsch Jarmulewitz 28 1878 1906
87 Perlin, Leie Jarmulewitz 0 1906 1906
88 Perlin, Lejo Ekatersnoslaw, Russia 36 1869 1905
89 Perlin, Liba Petrikan 15 1890 1905
90 Perlin, Lore Witebsk, Russia 27 1886 1913
91 Perlin, Louis Liverpool, England 29 1886 1915
92 Perlin, Luigi Pasiano 21 1886 1907
93 Perlin, Maier Moliev 19 1885 1904
94 Perlin, Marie Odessa, Russia 42 1871 1913
95 Perlin, Max Detroit, Michigan 23 1898 1921
96 Perlin, Max St. Johns, Newfoundland 23 1887 1910
97 Perlin, Mendel Chislametz, Mohilew, Russia 19 1888 1907
98 Perlin, Merle Polomnaje 45 1860 1905
99 Perlin, Meyer Schomestno 16 1882 1898
100 Perlin, Michel Schomestno 25 1873 1898
101 Perlin, Micke Wilna 22 1876 1898
102 Perlin, Minnie 4 1890 1894
103 Perlin, Moische 11 1882 1893
104 Perlin, Moische Olszanki, Russia 22 1890 1912
105 Perlin, Moische Pinsk, Russia 21 1892 1913
106 Perlin, Moise Kishineff, Roumania 29 1894 1923
107 Perlin, Moise Sklov 24 1881 1905
108 Perlin, Mordche Koust., Russia 20 1891 1911
109 Perlin, Morduch Dvinsk, Latvia 14 1909 1923
110 Perlin, Moses 26 1866 1892
111 Perlin, Naftalie 19 1876 1895
112 Perlin, Necha Pinsk, Poland 20 1901 1921
113 Perlin, Nechame Orscha, Russia 21 1891 1912
114 Perlin, Nicokola Beter, Austria 22 1888 1910
115 Perlin, Nochem Lojew, Russia 45 1867 1912
116 Perlin, Pejsach Pinsk, Poland 9 1912 1921
117 Perlin, Pesche Astryn 0 1904 1904
118 Perlin, Pessie Konstantin 9 1892 1901
119 Perlin, Rachel Leeds 28 1876 1904
120 Perlin, Reise Minsk 58 1840 1898
121 Perlin, Reizel Poluma 11 1893 1904
122 Perlin, Rifka Bucarest, Roumania 2 1919 1921
123 Perlin, Risse Klinsing, Russia 1 1907 1908
124 Perlin, Rocha 6 1889 1895
125 Perlin, Rochel Molislew 43 1861 1904
126 Perlin, Rochel Pinsk, Russia 20 1893 1913
127 Perlin, Rywka Pinsk, Poland 30 1891 1921
128 Perlin, Sabina Leeds 6 1898 1904
129 Perlin, Salmen Crscba, Russia 17 1893 1910
130 Perlin, Salomon Witewsk, Russia 20 1893 1913
131 Perlin, Samuel St. Johns, Nfld. 29 1883 1912
132 Perlin, Scheindel Jarmulewitz 26 1880 1906
133 Perlin, Schemel Hommel, Mohilew 18 1891 1909
134 Perlin, Schifre Polomnaje 8 1897 1905
135 Perlin, Schimch Bobrinsk 17 1889 1906
136 Perlin, Schmuel Chislawiczy, Russia 18 1892 1910
137 Perlin, Schmul Odessa 24 1879 1903
138 Perlin, Selig Bulystok 30 1870 1900
139 Perlin, Sheine 28 1864 1892
140 Perlin, Sime Bucarest, Roumania 21 1900 1921
141 Perlin, Simon Wilna 22 1877 1899
142 Perlin, Solomon 33 1891 1924
143 Perlin, Sruel Bucarest, Roumania 23 1898 1921
144 Perlin, Stella St.Johns 19 1905 1924
145 Perlin, Stzere Orcha 18 1888 1906
146 Perlin, Teresa Azzano, Italy 30 1894 1924
147 Perlin, Thos St Johns 46 1859 1905
148 Perlin, Tore Fte Rogaczew, Russia 14 1899 1913
149 Perlin, Tuocl Leib Rogaczew, Russia 11 1902 1913
150 Perlin, Welwil Slulzk, Russia 17 1893 1910
151 Perlin, Willie Klinsing, Russia 4 1904 1908
153 Perlin, Yoel Astryn 36 1868 1904
154 Perlin, Ytzig 7 1885 1892
155 Perlin, Zinda Rogaczew, Russia 50 1863 1913
156 Perlin, Zisla Dvinsk, Latvia 53 1870 1923
157 Perlin, Zlate Klinsing, Russia 3 1905 1908
158 Perlin-Belonsky, Braina Orsha, Russia 40 1882 1922
159 Perlin-Belonsky, Chain Orsha, Russia 15 1907 1922
160 Perlin-Belonsky, Mirka Orsha, Russia 12 1910 1922
161 Perlin-Belonsky, Raia-Belia Orsha, Russia 9 1913 1922
162 Perlin-Belonsky, Shlom Orsha, Russia 14 1908 1922

 

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The year 1907 Slutsk Uyezd (now in Belarus) Duma List;
PERLIN Abram-Movsha Shmuilev 200 trade 3rd rank Jewish Timkovichi 3658
PERLIN Girsh Shliomov Jewish Gresk 2563
PERLIN Girsh-Abramov Movshev trade enterprise 2nd rank Jewish
Lyakhovichi 3538
PERLIN Rafail Yankelev 10000 Jewish Slutsk 339 1st congress
PERLIN Shlioma Nekhemiev 75 Jewish Slutsk 1378 2nd congress
PERLIN Yankel' Faivelev 200 Jewish Slutsk 1369 2nd congress
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A Jewish man by the name of Perlin (of Slutsk) informed the Minsk
Provincial Administration as if "illegal collection of funds, made by
the Kahal administration and (Jews), for that purpose" ( building a
Jewish school, Yavne). The trial took a few years and only in the end
of 1835 the school opening was permitted...( from; "THE HISTORY OF
JEWISH COMMUNITY OF THE TOWN OF SLUTSK IN XIX CENTURY ")
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1920 census;
Louis Perlin Chicago Ward 34, Cook (Chicago), Illinois born abt 1889
in Russia to Yiddish speaking parents who came to the country c 1890
Na in 1895 White Head
Hannah Perlin Louis Chicago Ward 34, Cook (Chicago), Illinois abt 1893
Illinois White Wife
Herbert S Perlin Chicago Ward 34, Cook (Chicago), Illinois abt 1918
Illinois White Louis and Hannah' Son

Name Parent or spouse names Home in 1930
(City,County,State) Estimated birth year Birthplace Relation
Louis Perlin wife; Hannah Louisville, Jefferson, KY born abt 1888
Illinois Head married at age 25 owns a store for office fictures
Hannah Perlin Louis Louisville, Jefferson, KY abt 1892 Wife
Herbert S Perlin - parents;Louis and Hannah Louisville, Jefferson, KY
born abt 1919 in Illinios Son
Miriam W Perlin Louisville, Jefferson, KY abt 1927 Daughter
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Name: Jacob Perlin - a tailor- came to the country in 1891-
Age in 1910: 48
Estimated birth year: abt 1862
Birthplace: Russia
Relation to Head of House: Head
Father's Birth Place: Russia
Mother's Birth Place: Russia
Spouse's name: Dorothy
Home in 1910: Chicago Ward 19, Cook, Illinois
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
Year of Immigration: 1891
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Jacob Perlin 48
Dorothy Perlin 44
Louis Perlin 22
Minnie Perlin 20
George Perlin 14
Samuel Perlin 12
Mollie Perlin 9
David Perlin 7
Gertrude Perlin 3/12
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Name: Louis Perlin
SSN: 403-44-2517
Last Residence: 40205 Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States
of America
Born: 23 Dec 1887
Last Benefit: 40202 Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States of
America
Died: Jul 1977
State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (1952
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Louis Perlin
Name: Louis Perlin
City: Chicago
County: Cook
State: Illinois
Birthplace: ( Bialistok?) Russia
Birth Date: 23 Dec 1886
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1503984
DraftBoard: 81
Occupation: head of tailoring co.
Nearest Relative:wife
Height/Build:Medium
Color of Eyes/Hair:brown and black
In Ellis Island data; Perlin, Louis Liverpool, England 29 born in
1886 in Motol or Molor? Russia -tailor- arrived in 1915 ( was in the
hospital)

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+Herbert Perlin born 11 Apr 1918 ILLINOIS Mothers' maiden name;
COHEN died: July 1987 in La Jolla,
son; Darryl Perlin +Linda nee Manclow Santa Barbara
....abuse of power by the DA

Michael Perlin (mlperlin@g on Sunday, April 27, 2008 at 22:15:44
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Message: I stumbled on this website tonight, and I am staggered. I knew
NOTHING
about almost all of these Perlins... I was in Vilnius nearly three
years ago..
had I only known then!

I saw no mention of my paternal grandfather, Max Perlin, who died in
Perth
Amboy, NJ, in about 1922. His brother was the father of Marshall Perlin
who is
discussed extensively on the first Perlin webpage (I am Michael Perlin,
listed
a few under Marshall [whose daughter, Jan, is a friend of mine]).

\Thank you for making this wonderful resource available

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Max Perlin
City: Perth Amboy
County: Middlesex
State: New Jersey
Birth Date: Dec 1876
Race: White
Roll: 1754436
DraftBoard: 0
Age:
Occupation:
Nearest Relative:
Height/Build:
Color of Eyes/Hair:
Signature: View image
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1920 United States Federal Census for your grandfather;
Name: Max Perlin
Home in 1920: Perth Amboy Ward 6, Middlesex, New Jersey
Age: 44 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1876
Birthplace: Russia - came to the country in 1890 na in 1905
Relation to Head of House: Head
Proprietor of a delicatessen
Spouse's Name: Ida
Father's Birth Place: Russia
Mother's Birth Place: Russia
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Sex: Male
Home owned: Own
Year of Immigration: 1890
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Image: 15
Household Members: Name Age
Max Perlin 44
Ida Perlin 35 - came to the country in 1898 na in 1905
Elsie Perlin 13 born in New York
Matthew Perlin 12 born in New York
Jacob Perlin 10 born in New York
Grace Perlin 1 11/12 born in New Jersey


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Name: Michael Perlin
Birth Date: 16 Apr 1895
RESIDENCE: Brooklyn, New York
Birth: New York City, USA
Race: White
Roll:

WW2_2370397

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Name: Michael Perlin
City: Manhattan
County: New York
State: New York
Birth Date: 16 Apr 1895
Race: White
Roll: 1766137
DraftBoard: 117
Age:

Occupation:

Nearest Relative:

Height/Build:

Color of Eyes/Hair:

Signature:

View image
Zodack1 Perlin married Anuta - Zodack Perlin and Anuta had the following children:

child + 2 i. Harry2 Perlin was born before March 19, 1923, the first event for which there is a recorded date.

child 3 ii. Ida Perlin was born before December 19, 1927, the first event for which there is a recorded date. She married Bill Kempner date unknown. When Bill was age unknown and Ida Perlin was age unknown they became the parents of Jules Kempner December 19, 1927. (See Bill Kempner for the continuation of this line.)

When Ida was age unknown and Bill Kempner was age unknown they became the parents of Jules Kempner December 19, 1927.

child 4 iii. Paul Perlin was born on (birth date unknown).

child + 5 iv. George Perlin was born on (birth date unknown).

child + 6 v. Fred Perlin was born before 1934, the first event for which there is a recorded date.

child + 7 vi. Sam Perlin was born on (birth date unknown).

child 8 vii. Dorthy Perlin was born on (birth date unknown). She married Joe Glickman date unknown. (See Joe Glickman for the continuation of this line.)

child 9 viii. Lilian Perlin was born on (birth date unknown).

child 10 ix. Sarah Perlin was born on (birth date unknown).

child 11 x. Barney Perlin was born on (birth date unknown).

child 12 xi. Edna Ruth Perlin was born in Brooklyn, NY April 22, 1919. Edna died December 24, 1995 at age 76. She married Laurie Allen Sheklow January 30, 1946. Laurie was born January 29, 1914 in Cook County, IL. Laurie died March 12, 1992 at age 78. When Laurie was age 34 and Edna Ruth Perlin was age 29 they became the parents of Jack Edward Sheklow November 8, 1948 in Los Angeles, CA. When Laurie was age 36 and Edna Ruth Perlin was age 31 they became the parents of Sally Lee Sheklow December 8, 1950 in Palm Springs, CA. When Laurie was age 44 and Edna Ruth Perlin was age 39 they became the parents of Judith Linda "Judi" Sheklow November 30, 1958 in Palm Springs, CA. (See Laurie Allen Sheklow for the continuation of this line.)

When Edna was age 29 and Laurie Allen Sheklow was age 34 they became the parents of Jack Edward Sheklow November 8, 1948 in Los Angeles, CA. When Edna was age 31 and Laurie Allen Sheklow was age 36 they became the parents of Sally Lee Sheklow December 8, 1950 in Palm Springs, CA. When Edna was age 39 and Laurie Allen Sheklow was age 44 they became the parents of Judith Linda "Judi" Sheklow November 30, 1958 in Palm Springs, CA.
see a family tree at; http://aronoff.com/family/i0017734.htm

While looking up the name Perlin, I came across your web site. That
was my family name before I made aliyah.

I have questions regarding the page
(http://www.eilatgordinlevitan.com/kurenets/k_pages/perlin.html) and
an entry:

1. There are no pictures where they should be at the top of the page.
Do those pictures exist, and if so, where can I find them? (They have been added as of 7/28/11)

2. My father's family is mentioned on the page (Jacob and Dorothy
Perlin: Their son, Sam, was my grandfather. Also Herbert Perlin was my
father's cousin. He had 3 sons: Darryl, Michael, and Joel. Joel isn't
mentioned on the page, but he's still in La Jolla). In any case, all
the entry says is that Jacob was from Russia. How can I find out where
in Russia he was from (and maybe it isn't even Russia now, but rather
one of the Baltic states, etc...)? What's odd is that I had been told
that the family was from Bialystok- Poland.

Thank you very much and keep up the amazing work!

Sincerely,

Yishai Ben Mordechai