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Re: Koguts from Ukraine
Posted by: Greg Kaufmann (ID *****5953) Date: January 02, 2009 at 14:35:27
In Reply to: Koguts from Ukraine by Vladimir Kogut of 55

"Are there any Koguts with roots from Ukraine?"

My grandfather's original name was Theodore Kogut, and he came from Marianovka in what I believe is present-day Ukraine (it was in Poland for much of the time he was there, about 1910-1926, he described it as "one day Poland, the next Russia, then Poland again, etc.). His parents, brothers Sam and Fred, and sister Sussil, settled in Washington, DC, where I am located today. (They changed there name to Kogod at that time). His other brother, Alberto, settled in Rio and his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren are still there.

I have tried to find Marianovka over the years but with little success.

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