I would like to ask assistance from anyone who may be able to help me. I was told that my great-grandfather Anton Zuk/Zukow/Zukowsky was alledgedly a. related to General Zukow (Zhukov) and that b. he worked as a gamekeeper for Tsar Nicholas II. Any facts or documents about him are completely not verifiable to date (such as immigration, etc). I was also told he snuck into the US from Canada, so somehow he made it to Canada. So I am really at square one. If I can find his immigration to Canada, that might be a good start. I am going on the premise that he was from Grodno (Belarus). If he was a gamekeeper as stated, it is possible he may have lived in, or lived nearby, the village of "Byelovyezhe" (sp?).
I am researching for any information on my great-grandfather, an Anton Zuk, born 10/19/1893. When he came to the US he went by both Anthony Zukow and Anthony Zukowsky. Came from Grodno, Poland/Russia. Came to the US through Buffalo, NY in 1915. Lived in Hamilton, Canada for awhile. Also lived in Clifton, NJ and Passaic, NJ. Was married twice, do not know the name of the first wife, the second wife is Mary, who came from Zemeplin, Czechloslovakia. Had four children, Mary, Caroline, Helen and Emil
Anyway, I am sort of at a loss, and trying to see if anyone has any ideas. Does anyone know if genealogy research has been done on General Zukow?