THE TZVIK FAMILY
Left to right: Yente
Yerolovsky Tzvik, Yitzhak Tzvik and Shlomo Tzvik.
Shlomo Tzvik was a grain farmer in Grozovo, Losha and Barkovtze,
Belarus, and was the ancestor of approx. one-hundred and ninety
Americans named Zwick, Wick and Mandelzweig. Yitzhak Tzvik was a
soldier in the Russian Army and was killed on the Russo-German
front in World War I. Yente Yerolovsky was Shlomo’s second wife
Grozovo, a former shtetl in the Slutsk
District of Minsk Province, had 929 inhabitants in 1897, of whom
765 were Jewish.