Welcome to Klionsky.org, our family's web site!
Klionsky.org is an exciting step forward in our family's long history. For more than 110 years the Klionsky family has been migrating throughout the world from its original base in Russia.
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Here is just a little taste of what you can do on our site:
1 Sep, 2012 : Year 2012 extended Klionsky family reunion
our family tree in alphabetical order
our family tree in hierarchical order
our old family photographs
on the last 10 photos posted
Posted on 13 Nov, 2012
21 Jun, 2012 : Klionsky.org co-founders Matt Klionsky of Chicago & Daniel Klionsky (the webmaster) of San Francisco
meet in Chicago at the house of Eugene Klionsky, Daniel's younger brother.
Posted on 30 Jun, 2012
Nov 15, 2012 / Yet a New connections in Klionsky family tree.:
Researching descendants of Leiba-Getzel Klionsky (1864 – 1939) who lived in Voznesensk, Ukraine and in 1935 moved to pre-Israel.
Aug 17, 2012 / Yet a new picture set of Leiba-Getzel Klionsky`s descendants :
Leiba-Getzel Klionsky (1864 – 1939) lived in Voznesensk, Ukraine and moved to pre-Israel towards the end of his life.
May 28, 2012 / New pictures of Leiba-Getzel Klionsky(1864 – 1939) and his descendants :
He lived in Voznesensk (near Odessa) and moved to pre-Israel towards the end of his life.
Being a wealthy merchant, Leiba-Getzel Klionsky(1864 – 1939) fathered 10 children.
Their descendants now live in Russia, Germany, Israel, Canada & USA.
His exact relationship to other clans is yet to be determined.
Jul 27, 2010 / Pictures from the archive of Yuliya Sinitsyn of Brooklyn, New York
Descendants of Mark/Mendel(1867-1965) Klionsky in Baku, Soviet Russia & Palestine in 1920-1940s
Jul 27, 2010 / Photo Album:
Family of Emily Klion, Berkley, California
Emily is descendant of Berl "Barnet" Klionsky (1874 - 1960) of Borisov area-NYC. Berl's older brother Shimon Klionsky (1865-1902) is great grandfather of Matt Klionsky of Chicago, this site co-founder
Jul 8, 2010 / Descendants of Dr. Zalman Klionsky(1880s?-1960s?), son of Nachman, of Borisov-Tallinn:
Dr. Zalman Klionsky, a surgeon, is directly related to the `Klions of Canada`. Before the WWII he lived in Borisov and after the war moved to Tallinn, Estonia.