We list here a number of additional Cherlin lines originating in Eastern Europe, as follows.
|Minsk||Morris Cherlin or Chirlin||U.S.|
|Lazar Cherin||Daughter to U.S.|
(Dzharzhynsk), 23 mi
SW of Minsk
|Naomi Cherlin||Son to U.S.|
|Rowno||Shlomo Cherlin||Son to Israel|
|Derazne||Tzvi Hirschel Cherlin||Grandson to Israel|
|Shomova||Mark Cherlin||Two sons, to Israel|
|Glubok||Yakov Cherlin, 4 siblings||Son to Israel|
|Moldova||Mendel Cherlin||Relatives in the Pesis line, to U.S.|
Based on information from Ellis Island records, the U.S. Census, and Social Security (SSDI and SS-5 forms) collected by Stew and Gregory Cherlin. Descendants of Samuel from a tree constructed by Stanley Blum and Louise Ann Cotner.
Ida and Isidor entered under the name Cirlin and the family used the spellings Cherlin and Chirlin. Samuel and Charles filled out the SS-5 form two weeks apart, as Samuel Chirlin and Charles Cherlin; in the 1910 census the name is given as Cherlin.The family lived in New York, later Florida (after retirement?).
Source: Andrew I. Sverdlove, via Stew Cherlin
Source: Amy Frey
Source: Rabbi Gorr, Jerusalem, ca. 1986, via Carlton Brooks. Yad Vashem, listings by grandson Yitzhak.
Rowno is modern Rivne.
Source: Rabbi Gorr, Jerusalem, ca. 1986, via Carlton Brooks. This family is not attested separately on Yad Vashem. We do not have records as to how this was originally spelled. Typically the Hebrew spelling corresponds to Tserlin or Tsirlin, and Rabbi Gorr refers to all of these as Cherlin in his correspondence. (He is more precise with the spelling of first names, but we sometimes "westernize" some of his spellings.)
Derazne is close to Kostopol and Rowno.
This appears to be Szumowo
Source: Rabbi Gorr, Jerusalem, ca. 1986, via Carlton Brooks, reporting an interview with Regina Cherlin.
Shomova is close to Kostopol and Rowno.
Source: Rabbi Gorr, Jerusalem, ca. 1986, via Carlton Brooks.
There are many listings given separately under Tsirlin and variants (Cirlin, Cyrlin, Zirlin).
These are from Dokshitzy and possibly also Galubichi. They settled mostly in Israel but at least one went to England (Levin).
In addition, there is a Henry Cherlin from Dokshitzy buried in Mount Zion Cemetery.
Source: Cemetery search, Stew Cherlin
Mendel Cherlin married into the Pesis Line, for which there is detailed information.
Source: Pesis Genealogy (Arnold Pesis).