Kitroser

KITROSER / KITROSSER Family genealogy

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Most of the family names found in United States are written with double s (Kitrosser)
Most of the family names found in South America and Europe are written with one (Kitroser)
There is also a conection with the Kitrossky family in Israel, and Ketrosse in USA.

Some names in the Kitroser & Kitrosser genealogy that you can find out on this web pages.

The family name came from a town named "Chetrosu" ó "Kitrosy", near Soroki in Bessarabia (Actually Republic of Moldova). See map.

Besarabia (Basarabia; Russian:  Бессарабія,Бессарабия, Bessarabiya; Turquish: Besarabya) is an area southeast of Europe. Ucrania at northeast and Rumania at west.

 

Bessarabia was the name with which the Russian Empire identified the eastern part of the principality of Moldavia, that Russia snatched it away, in 1812, to the Ottoman Empire and organized like the Governorship of Bessarabia. What remained of Moldavia joined Wallachia in 1859, creating the Kingdom of Romania.

In 1917 the Democratic Republic of Moldova was proclaimed as part of the SFSR (Socialist Federative Republic of Russia). In early 1918 he joined the Soviet Republic of Odessa. From February 1918 the latter fought against Romanian troops in Bessarabia and from March against Austrian-German. The 13 of March of 1918 was occupied and annihilated by them. After that Sfatul Tarii voted the union with Romania. The union gained international recognition in 1920 by the Paris Pact.

 

There were originally four brothers and sisters  born in Bessarabia, and one cousin or nephew (Sani Mendel).

Some data seems to point out that Sani Mendel was a half brother of Itzaak Yehuda (Shloime's son) but, if Shloime was born near 1840 and Sani was born around 1850,  more probably Sani could have been Shloime’s cousin or a nephew.
KITROSSER SHLOIME (-.1) KITROSSER YUSSEL (-.2) KITROSSER ALTER (Alta) (-.3) KITROSSER SARAH (-.4) KITROSER 
SANI MENDEL (ALEXANDER) (-.5) 
Born in Bessarabia ca. 1835 . Married  Tuba Married many times. No children Born in Sorocca - RUMANIA ca.1850
Emigrate to Argentina before 1900, where his son Itzaak Yehuda (Yitzkhrokida) was already living. Others sons and daughters emigrate to USA. Had four grandsons that went to U.S.A. Descendants:
Moses
Naum
Anna (Niuscha)
Issac
No data. Emigrate to Argentina after his wife died. 

Died: Segui -Entre Rios - ARGENTINA 1921

 


There are a couple of families without any known connection with the others:

Mauricio, David y Adela were brothers, Adela emigrated to Israel.

* David (ó José) Kitroser (f. 1978) m. Rosa Goldstein (f. 1997)(Pehuajó- Argentina)
        Salomón José (19..- 1981) m. Monica Melnitsky
                Adrian Ariel (1973)
                Claudia Daniela (1974)
                Chantal Cynthia (1981)

* Mauricio Kitroser, born in Rumania went to Argentina. Married Ana died in Buenos Aires (1969?).
        Silvia Kitroser (Bs.As.)

* Adela Kitroser
        Cacho
        Judith
        Myriam


* Isaac Ketrosser born in 1852  Orheiv (Bessarabia) d. in Paris 1909
        Yaakov Kitrosser (Jacob Kantor) m. Rachel Naftalovitch born in Felast  (m. Goldberg wen to USA)
                Edward Kantor
                        Edward M. Kantor 

* Karl Kitroser son of Morris and grandson of Akiva and Riva lives in New York.

* David Kitrosser, born in Rumania , married Anna Spector, emigrate to USA in 1923. Brothers Hymie & Benjamin (one went to Israel).

Son's, Isidor (1921) , Jacob (1925 & Evelyn (1932), Isidor's daughter, Roberta Gold lives in USA.



As far as I know this are the names and origin of our family. I would greatly thank any information and details that could help to correct or increase this information.



Written by:
HK Héctor Kitroser- 70 years old-  (541.2) with invaluable help of my father Felix
Special thanks to Paul Charosh for his information. His grand-grandmother was Nessa Kitrosser (1.1)
JALISCO MEXICO
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E-mail: hectorkitroser@hotmail.com

Updated: October 2017