"Starosel'ski" is likely not a monogenetic family and sufficiently common so that trying to figure out all of them would lead to huge amount of work. Most of the rosgenea records seem to refer to non-Jews, almost certainly unrelated totally.
I think you need to concentrate only on Starosel'ski's with the "right" geography... try to find records in Ekaterinoslav and see where they came from.
(And if the source happens to be Eastern Belorus / South of Smolensk gubernia, I have a tree of them there --- came from a very old lady who is a descendent of Staroselskis and Etingens )
shows Starselski, Men Ilyich in Ekatirinoslav 1912. This may be "yours". (Men is possibly "Mendel")
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the surname is more common among ethnic Slavs than among the Ashkenazim, so nonspecific searches just yield lots of Russians...myustara писал(а):Источник цитаты I also found this on internet about the Staroselsky
In Russian so I rely only on Google Translator...
http://rosgenea.ru/?a=18&r=4&s=%D1%F2%E ... 1%EA%E8%E9
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