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An American Family History

Symcha Benjamin Tuller and Miriam Avrech

 
Matsiov, Kovel, Volhynia, Russian Empire
which is now Lukiv, Ukraine
 

Symcha Benjamin Tuller married Miriam Avrech in Matsiov, Kovel, Volhynia, Russian Empire which is now Lukiv, Ukraine.

They had at least three children who were born about 1860: Motel Tuller, Lazar (Eliezer) Tuller and Duvid-Lieb Tuller.

Maciejow is in south eastern Poland near the Ukranian border.

Before World War I it was Matsiov in Kovel, Volhynia in the Russian Empire. Between the wars it was Maciejów, Kowel, Wolyn in Poland. After World War II it was Lukov in the Soviet Union. Today it is Lukiv in the Ukraine. It has also been called Motchiov, Matzif, Matseev or Matsiv (Yiddish), Matseyuv, Matseyev, and Matseyiv.
 

Tuler (Kovel', Novograd, Zaslavl', Uman', Litin) {Tuller, Tulyar, Tulerman} N: from `tulen' [Yiddish] to calm, to soothe. N: from `dul(er)' [Yiddish] mad, confused.

 
 
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