Rose Baranoff, b. approx. 1875, married
Abraham Baranoff [Death certificate, per Ethel Baranoff]. She was an Effron
All information is from Edith Baranoff,
unless indicated otherwise.
>††††††††††††† John, b. Grodno, b.
3/30/1891d. 6/22/1945 Napa, CA, , married 1920 in Vladivostock [cite?] to Mary
(or Maria) I. Vaschanko, b. 12/25/1901, Russia, d.3/13/1971 [SSDI680].† His
motherís maiden name was Effron [DEATH147]. He arrived in NY early, and had
relatives in NY State. He may be the John Baranofsky who at age 21 is a farm
laborer in 1910 in Queens [CEN1078]. He returned to Russia as an interpreter
during the revolution, where he met his wife in Siberia. (birth index of Albert
says motherís maiden name is Vaschenk). If married in Russia, then they must
have returned to the US shortly thereafter because Albert was born in the US.
[CEN30--] According to the 1920 census, she first arrived in 1920 and he first
arrived in 1906. In the early 1940s they he lived in Berkeley, CA although Mary
was in San Diego, CA [MIL050]. Ethel has Johnís death certificate, which gives
the names of his parents. Maryís grandfather helped to build the trans-Siberian
railway and they were executed by the Bolsheveiks.
>††††††††††††† >††††††††††††† Albert
J., b. abt. 1921 [CEN30--] San Francisco, CA, d. 1/2005, married to Edith
Unknown. She and I communicated around 2005. She found me because she was
researching her family.
>††††††††††††† >††††††††††††† Alice
Acknowledgements: Edith Baranoff