My name is Trevor Liberson and I am the Webmaster of this site.
These family records change from a collection of names and dates to a story of the lives and times of real people. From the stetls of Belarus to the back streets of Leeds, through the trenches of the First World War, through the bombing and horror of the holocaust in the 1939-1945 War to the scattered collection of individuals that make up the family in 2008.
The greatest problem was the paucity of information on the Nassitisins and the timeline of the name change from Nassitisin to Liberson. This is under investigation as I write and the results will be included in the finished Tree.
I began compiling this family tree in May 2008 and the original resource used was a collection of anecdotal information Donated by Pauline, daughter of Bessie Rubin. While this gave a great deal of information there were no source references.
Ossip Nassitisin was conscripted into the Russian Army at 10 years of age. He served for twent five years and after he was released from the army he was allowed (because of his Army service) to live outside the pale, he set up inbusiness as an Inkeeper, Married (Unknown) and had five children.
I have drawn up the tree to include a photograph of each family member (where available) and a reference as to the origin of the information.
I hope that in years to come some future member of the family will look at this work, convert it into whatever format is in use at the time and carry on the record.
Think of us and enjoy.
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A YM reader has been praised by the Metropolitan Police for stopping an alleged robber in his tracks by whacking him with a copy of his latest issue!!
Despatch rider Max Liberson, 51, spotted a 6ft 2ins would-be felon running away from a Boots pharmacy in Fitzrovia, in London's West End hotly pursued by a security guard.
Max, a wiry former Devonian trawlerman and solo sailor, stepped in the fugitive's path and told him he was making a citizen's arrest. The thought-to-be thief then said: "I'm HIV positive and I've got a knife, get out of the way or I'll stab you."
Max is not a man you can stop in a hurry and he coshed the apparent recidivist with his rolled up copy of June's Yachting Monthly.
"You shouldn't worry about all those advertising inserts,' said Max, 'the mag carries quite a punch: it certainly stopped him in his tracks."
A plain clothes policeman then arrested the 33-year-old fellow on suspicion of shop-lifting and using threatening behaviour. He was later released on police bail.