Moses Prosczczansky

M, b. 4 August 1885, d. 5 February 1962
Father*Faivel Yovnov-Aronov Proschansky b. 1862, d. c 1942
     Moses Prosczczansky was born circa 1885 at Mir, Russia; per immigration manifest. He was born on 15 July 1885 at Russia; per 1918 SS registration. He was born on 4 August 1885 at Russia; per Flower Pentecostal History Center; date shown on 1942 Selective Service registration. He was the son of Faivel Yovnov-Aronov Proschansky. Moses Prosczczansky was born circa 1886 at Russia-Minsk; per 1920 Census. He was baptized on 2 February 1914 at St. Louis Pentecostal Home, 2829 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri; received the baptism of the Holy Ghost, and spoke in tongues. He died on 5 February 1962 at St. Margaret's Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas, at age 76; per Kansas City Times. He was buried on 7 February 1962 at Highland Park Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri; per Kansas City Times.
     Moses Prosczczansky was also known as Moses Prostchansky. Moses Prosczczansky was also known as M. Proschansky. He was became an infidel, and moved to Warsaw circa 1902. He immigrated in 1909; per 1920 Census. He immigrated on 29 May 1909 to Ellis Island, New York; as Moses PROSCZCZANSKY. Ship name: Pennsylvania, departed from Hamburg. Father Feiwel PROSZCZANSKY in Mir. Going to acquaintance Leopold KOHN, Brooklyn NY according to ship manifest. Indexed as PRACZEYANSKY. He was saved at a camp meeting in 1910 at Indianapolis, Indiana. He lived on 21 November 1914 at 1071 New York Street, Memphis, Tennessee; per article in Pentecostal Evangel, "Russian Jew's testimony." He was registered for Selective Service as Moses PROSTCHANSKY; occupation, "Ministry"; notation "not ordained"; married to Retta PROSTCHANSKY on 12 September 1918 at Alto Pass, Pulaski, Illinois. He appeared on the census of 2 January 1920 at Carrsville, Kentucky; as M. PROSCHANSKY; mother tongue: Jewish; occupation: Pentacostal clergyman. He was employed by served as founding minister at the Westby Assembly of God in 1923 at Westby, Montana. He emigrated on 10 September 1925 from Marienthal, Saskatchewan, Canada; emigrated from U.S. to Canada, as Moses PROSTCHANSKY, born 1885, Mir, Poland; father Fidel PROSTCHANSKY, Mir, Niswiez, Poland. He lived in 1935 at McLean, North Dakota; per 1940 Census. He was employed by served as minister at the Butte Assembly of God Church in 1939 at Butte, Montana. He appeared on the census of 5 April 1940 at 3025 E. 31st Street, Kansas City, Missouri; as Moses PROCHENSKY, age 54; occupation minister, religious work. He was ordained on 23 April 1942 at Missouri; ordained in Southern Missouri District, as Moses PROSTCHANSKY, per Flower Pentecostal History Center. He was registered for the Selective Service as Moses PROSTCHANSKY, age 56; minister at 4100 E. 31st Street on 27 April 1942 at 3209 East 31st Street, Kansas City, Missouri. He lived on 5 May 1942 at 3209 East 31st Street, Kansas City, Missouri. He lived on 25 June 1945 at 6800 Independence Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri. He lived on 18 May 1946 at 2803 East 31st Street, Kansas City, Missouri; per article in Pentecostal Evangel, "A Russian Jew's testimony," as Moses PROSHANSKY. He lived on 12 July 1946 at 2716 Gillham Road, Kansas City, Missouri. He lived on 26 May 1947 at 2803 E. 31st Street, Kansas City, Missouri. He lived on 6 July 1949 at 3037 East 31st Street, Kansas City, Missouri. He was applied for Social Security as Moses PROSHANSKY; born 4 Aug 1885 on 3 July 1958. He lived on 20 May 1959 at 3032 Euclid, Kansas City, Missouri. He was retired on 19 May 1961 at 224 N. Mill, Kansas City, Kansas. He was is mentioned on pp. 40, 111, 290 of Northern Harvest: Pentacostalism in North Dakota by Darrin Rodgers. in March 2003.