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Atlit, Israel
עתלית  ישׂראל

Coordinates:  32° 41' 14" N  34° 56' 18" E
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The Gruper Family

David Gruper and two of his siblings made aliyah in 1882; they settled in Zikhron Ya'akov (founded in 1882; 35 kilometers south of Haifa). In 1903, David and his wife Charna arrived in Atlit with the first group of settlers. Three years later David built a permanent "gravel" house.

David and Charna's son, Elimelech, was born in 1914, followed ten years later by daughters Klara and Carmela. Charna passed away in 1928. Elimelech married

Lea Zukerman in 1940, requiring the addition of several more rooms to the "gravel" house.

David served as Mukhtar (head of a village) of the village of Atlit. He negotiated all matters with both the Ottoman and British Governments. David was also in charge of the granary, taxing farmers for threshing.

 
Pesach Gruper

Pesach Gruper
Elimelech Gruper

Elimelech Gruper
Lea Gruper, 1935

Lea Gruper
1935
G. Gruper

G. Gruper
Giora Gruper

Giora Gruper
Marriage of David Gruper's Daughter

Marriage of David Gruper's Daughter


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The Mizrachi Family

Mattityahu Mizrahi ben Aharon ben Mordechai
born: 1883 – Kurdistan
died: 1964 – Atlit
Siblings: Yohanan; Gila;
Shlomo Sliman (1881-1944)
Wife: Rivka Eini
1883 – 1959
Children:
Joseph 1909 – 1985
Sara Spiegelman 1912 – 2002
Shoshana 1916 – 2007
husband: Ernst Ehman (1914 – 1989)
Benjamin 1917 – 2012
wife: Zehava Adelstein
daughter: Ilana b. 1942; husband: Raanan Minkin
daughter: Daphne Katz
Rachel 1914
Jonathan 1925 – 1996

 

 

 

Shlomo and Rivka Shem Tov
Children:
Tapucha Lea  b. 1909; husband: Joseph Barnof
Ovadia  1901 – 1932
Zlila  b. 1903; husband: Eric Gashri

 
spiegelman

Spiegelman
Benjamin LebiMizrachi Limor

Benjamin Lebi Mizrachi
Limor
Rivka Eini Mizrachi Shem Tov

Rivka Eini Mizrachi
Shem Tov
Mattityahu & Rivka, bef. 1900

Mattityahu & Rivka, before 1900
Levi Mizrachi

Levi Mizrachi
Mattityahu Levi Mizrachi

Mattityahu Levi Mizrachi
Tapuha Shem Tov

Tapuha Shem Tov
Ovadia Shem Tov

Ovadia Shem Tov


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The Rakov Family

Zeev Rakov was born in Krasilow, Ukraine (near Proskow). In 1920 Rakov immigrated to Palestine, along with a group of Zionist youth. Once in Palestine, Zeev Rakov joined a working unit in SHUNI drying out the Kabara Swamps. When the Atlit Salt Company was founded in 1922, Rakov moved to Atlit.

Yaffa Shpiegel, born in Krasilow in 1903, arrived in Palestine in about 1925. Yaffa knew Zeev Rakov in Krasilow; she married him in 1925 soon after arriving in Palestine. In 1928, their daughter Lea

was born, followed by Ora six years later. Lea grew up in Atlit, joined Kibbutz Ein Harod, and served in the Palmach. Lea was killed in March, 1948.

After Lea's death, the family moved to Haifa, while Zeev remained in Atlit working for the salt company. Ora married Amnon Ben Zion. Two of their children – Eyal, a submarine commander and Lili, a teacher – still live in Atlit.

 
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רק׀ב משפחת
The Rakov Family
Joel Rakov in Russia w/ American grandchildren

Joel Rakov in Russia
with American
Grandchildren
Zeev Rakov arrives in Atlit

Zeev Rakov Arrives in Atlit
Ora Rakov, 1949

Ora Rakov, 1949
Lea Rakov 1933

Lea Rakov, 1933
Lea Rakov & Malka Korenwasser

Lea Rakov
&
Malka Korenwasser
Zeev Rakov on the left

Zeev Rakov
(on the left)
Marriage of Ora Rakov & Ben Zion Amnon

Marriage
Ora Rakov
Ben Zion Amnon
Zeev w/ friends, Atlit, 1923

Zeev with friends
Atlit, 1923
Zeev Rakov, 1920

Zeev Rakov, 1920
Zeev Rakov & Sheindl Yaffa Shpiegler

Zeev Rakov
Sheindl Yaffa Shpiegler


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The Gashri Family
Naturalization Certificate

Naturalization Application
Arie Leib Mostovsky Gashri

Arie Leib
Mostovsky Gashri
Aryeh Gashri Family

Aryeh Gashri Family


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The Farber Family
Nechama Farber

Nechama Farber
Nechama Farber Headstone

Nechama Farber Headstone


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The Mamam Family
Aziza Mamam

Aziza Mamam
Aziza Mamam

Aziza Mamam


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The Almaliach Family
Moshe Almaliach

Moshe Almaliach
Rabbi Reuben Almaliach

Rabbi Reuben Almaliach


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The Davidovich Family
Benjamin Davidovich

Benjamin Davidovich
Shmuel Davidovich & Esther Lazarovich

Shmuel Davidovich
Esther Lazarovich


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The Shapira Family
Israel Gavriel Shapira

Israel Gavriel Shapira
Gisela Shapira

Gisela Shapira


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The Orlynski Family
Yosef Orlynski & Sara Kuperman

Yosef Orlynski
Sara Kuperman


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The Dankner Family
Abraham Dankner

Abraham Dankner
Abraham Dankner

Abraham Dankner


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The Kehati Family
Tirza Kehati Zarchi

Tirza Kehati Zarchi


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The Solomon Family
Chaim Solomon

Chaim Solomon


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The Braunstein Family
Menahem Mendel Braunstein

Menahem Mendel Braunstein


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The Mibashan Family
Abraham Mibashan

Abraham Mibashan


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