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Muska (Aspron) Soloveichik (1846)

Muska Soloveichik formerly Aspron aka Ashiron
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Wife of — married 28 Jan 1866 in Vilna, Vilna Uyezd, Vilna Guberniya, Russian Empiremap
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Biography

Muska was born in 1846. She is the daughter of Leyba Aspron and Khaya Sora Unknown.

There is a wedding record for bride "ASHIRON, Mushka" and groom "SOLOVEICHIK, Movsha", in Vilnius, 28 Jan 1866. Her father is Leib, his is Lipko. "Wife from Vilna." I believe this is Muska Aspron. (Recall the 1851 revision list with surname Aseron.)


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  • 1858 revision list




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