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For additional photos by family name click on links under pictures column in Names Index

a special thanks to Lena Fiszman who provided many of the photos in Google


      



Click on thumbnail below to enlarge photo and on the link to pull up the identity paper

Szajndla
                                    Wajnberg Chana Ruchla Rozenberg
                                      Wajnberg Jakob Drezner Gena Maria Drezner
                                      Abramowicz Chaim Rozenberg
identity paper identity paper identity paper identity paper identity paper
Szajndla Wajnberg,
b. 1923  d 1942 daughter of Yosel Wajnberg and
 Gena Ruchla
 Nejman
Chana Ruchla Rozenberg Wajnberg b.1873 d.1942 wife of Dawid Wajnberg Jakob Drezner b. 1909, married Regina Freitman and immigrated to Israel after the war Glena Marja Drezner
 Abramowicz, b. 1894 to
Mosziek Joskiem Drezner & Chaia Rubinsztajn, married
 Zelman Abramowicz and had 2 children Chaja 1922 and Sura 1928
Chaim Rozenberg b. 1887
Courtesy of Susan Weinberg

Relationship: second cousin
Courtesy of Susan Weinberg

Relationship: grand-aunt
Courtesy of Susan Weinberg

Relationship: 2nd cousin once removed
Courtesy of Susan Weinberg

Relationship: 1st cousin twice removed
Courtesy of private researcher
Harry Goodman Nettie Slupski Sam Zeidwerg possibly Sam-Nettie &
                                      Eva Joseph Keisman
Harry (Aaron) Goodman (b. 1885 Radom-d 1955 Baltimore, MD. & Eva (Chaya) Pearl Zeidwerg Goodman ( b 1882 Radom (Kamin)-d 1955 Baltimore, MD). Married 1904, Emigrated 1906 via London
Possibly Netti Slupski, Eva Zeidwerg's mother Sam Zeidwerg - father of Eva Zeidwerg
Joseph and Chana
Zeidwerg, with their four children.  The girl in the picture is Rose Zeidwerg.
Joseph Jacob Keisman b. 1902 in Radom
Courtesy of Anne Madow


Relationship-great grandparents

Courtesy of Anne Madow


Relationship-great-great grandmother

Courtesy of Anne Madow

Relationship- great-great grandfather

Courtesy of Anne Madow and Brenda Monyek Small

Relationship- grandparents and mother of Brenda Small

Courtesy of Jack Keisman


Relationship - father

Mirjan Alpert
Branda Frysztajer & co
Frusztajer bros
Sala
                                      Talerman & Branda Frysztajer
Goldfarb

Mirjam Alpert 1838-1941. At 103 she was the oldest person in Radom. She died � not from old age but from bad quality food in the ghetto

Branda (Bronislawa) Naiman Frysztajer 1898-1942 (middle), Sala Naiman Talerman 1900-1937 (far right) and friends. .
Frysztajer brothers
Sala Naiman Talerman (1900-1937) and Branda Naiman Frysztajer (1898-1942)
Moszek and Merry (Maria) Epstein Goldfarb with children Alter, Chana-Esther, Malka and Szulim Icek. Szulim Icek, the youngest, was the only one to survive the war.
Courtesy of Netta Frister Aaron

Relationship: great-great grandmother

Courtesy of Netta Frister Aaron


Relationships: paternal grandmother (Brandla), great-aunt (Sala)

Courtesy of Netta Frister Aaron Courtesy of Netta Frister Aaron

Relationships: paternal grandmother (Brandla), great-aunt (Sala)

Courtesty of Miri Goldfarb-Shurkin

Relationship- grandparents, aunts and uncles and father (Szulim Icek)

Merry Goldfarb
Moshe Goldfarb
Jakob Epstein
Myer Appelbaum
David Szafir
Merry (Maria) Goldfarb
Mosziek Goldfarb
Jakob Epstein, brother of Merry Epstein Goldfarb. Survived the war and lived in France.
Haim Myer Apelbaum b. 1870 to Morris & Mindel, married to Fanny Goldfarb, photo from military record book -click for document
David Szafir (center) surrounded by unknown cousins
Courtesy of Miri Goldfarb-Shurkin

Relationship-grandmother

Courtesty of Miri Goldfarb-Shurkin


Relationship-grandfather
Courtesy of Miri Goldfarb-Shurkin

Relationship-great-uncle

Courtesy of John Raisman


Relationship - maternal grandfather

Courtesy of Leonard Shaffer

Relationship - father

Szia - Sura
Joe Blejwas
Blejwas family
Zacharias-Mindel-Blejwas
Mendel Blejwas
Szia Pfefer and Sura Kaufman in Suchedniow (28 miles SSW of Radom), Poland in the 1930s.
From left-Abe, Ida, Joe, Diane and Ziggy Bleviss 1942 Calgary, Canada
Jakob (Yankel) Blejwas, son of Zacharias & Mindel Blejwas, wife Chana Kirszenbaum. Standing- son Uzer (from first wife Bina), seated is son Chil (Joe). On lap- Chaya Helena (Ida)-pre 1927 Radom
Zacharias & Mindel Switzer Blejwas from Radom
Mendel Blejwas, far left.  Son of Zacharias & Mindel Switzer Blejwas
Courtesy of Tara Salman

Relationship-great-grandparents

Courtesty of Jay Sobel


Relationships-mother (Diane) and aunts and uncles

Courtesy of Jay Sobel


Relationships-grandparents, aunts and uncles

Courtesy of Jay Sobel


Relationship-maternal great-grandparents

Courtesty of Jay Sobel


Relationship-great-uncle

Kirzenbaum Sisters
Ziporah Kirshenbaum
Jakob Blejwas
                                      & Siblings
Kirzenbaum Sisters
Kirszenbaum sisters in Poland 1914

Top left Ruchla  (eldest daughter), Top right: Tziporah
Lower left: Fejge Lower Right: Blima


1927 passport photo of Blejwas children and mother. First row from left- Chil (Joe) 9 yrs, Dyna (Diane) 1yr, Avrum 5 yrs.
Second row from left-Chaya (Ida) 7 yrs, Chana Toba Kirzenbaum Blejwas 33yrs, and Uzer (Ziggy) 12 yrs.
Cypa (Ziporah) Kirzenbaum Projekt (1896 Radom-1942 Treblinka) with husband Izhak (Israel) Projekt.. Parents: Josef and Chaia Abramowicz Kirzenbaum. Siblings: Ruchel, Blima, Avrum & Itzhak Kirzenbaum, Chana Blejwas, Fayga Lipfeld Jakob Blejwas and siblings,
Back row L-R: Max Scwacjer, Harry Davidman, Sol Blejwas, Jakob Blejwas
Middle: Etta Blejwas Scwacjer, Channa Blejwas Davidman, Channa Kirszenbaum Blejwas
Front: Mickey Davidman
Rynek
Courtesy of Jay Sobel

Relationships: grandmother and great-aunts



Courtesy of Jay Sobel

Relationships: Mother (Dyna), grandmother (Chana), aunts and uncles
Courtesy of Jay Sobel

Relationship: great-aunt and great-uncle

Courtesy of Jay Sobel


Courtesy of  Gilda Zegman

 

Melchior Family
Manahcem Mendel
                                      Zegman
Regina
                                      Melchior & Rachmiel
Regina Melchior
                                      & daughter
Mendel Zegman
                                      ID
Melchior Family, Radom 1934
Radom team 1920.  Manachem Mendel 2nd from right.
Regina Melchior and Rachmiel Lindenbaum
Regina Mechior Lindenbaum and daughter Tosia
Mendel Zegman identity card
Courtesy of Gilda Zegman
Courtesy of Gilda Zegman

Relationship- father-in-law
Courtesy of Gilda Zegman Courtesy of Gilda Zegman Courtesy of Gilda Zegman
Tsinna Zegman
                                      Melchior id
Bookbinder-Bowman
Peisech Mendzigursky
Reisel-Mendzigursky
Mendel Wakszlak
Tsinna Zegman Melchior identity card
Bookbinder-Bowman-Mendzigursky family 1943
Peisech Mendzigursky b. 1898 Oswiecim, d. 1962 England.
Reisel Mendzigursky Bookbinder
Mendel Wakszlak (b. 1852 Radom) and wife Necha Lederman (b. 1852 Wolanow) Photo estimated to be 1901-1907
Courtesy of Gilda Zegman

Relationship- mother-in-law
Courtesy of Judith Elam
Courtesy of Judith Elam

Relationship- grandfather

Courtesy of Judith Elam

Relationship- sister of great-grandfather

Courtesy of Martha MacDonald
Relationship - paternal great grandparents



Photos - Borenstajn


Bookbinder-Bowman Bookbinder-Bowman Glat Glat

Rutmanowicz (later shortened to Rutman) family in Radom 1930s.  The parents are Yosselle and Tzippa Rutmanowicz. 
 
Source of photo: Henry Rutman. Sitting to the right of Yosselle is Mojna's first wife. Sitting to the right of Chayester is her husband. Standing  right of Hershel is his wife. with Chayester , Fischel , Chayester, Herschel , Tzippa , Henry Rutman, Yosselle , Rachel , Mojna  and Gittel ( all Rutmanowicz unless otherwise noted)
Wajgenszperg brothers and unknown woman.  Brothers from left to right: either Icek or Chaim, Max and Chil (Henry), approx 1920 Pola Lichtensztejn Glat and Marian Glat - Warsaw 1933
Pola Lichtensztejn Glat, Stephanie Glat held by Marian Glat, unknown passenger

Colombo, Ceylon en route to Australia 1938

Courtesy of Andrew Rutman
Courtesy of Andrew Johnson

Relationships: son of Chil

Courtesy of David Glat

Relationship: son

Courtesy of David Glat

Relationship: son
Glat Glat Glat

Pola Lichtensztejn Glat, Stephanie Glat and Marian Glat- passport photo 1938
Ruchla Klecka b 1877, photo ~ 1900
Szyja Dawid Lichtensztejn b. 1861 photo ~ 1900


Courtesy of David Glat

Relationship: son
Courtesy of David Glat

Relationship:  grandson
(maternal side)

Courtesy of David Glat

Relationship:  grandson
(maternal side)





 













































Radom 1937 Film Stills



Below are stills from a homemade film which was done in 1937 by Jack Diament (Diamond) when he went to Radom to attend the wedding of his older sister and a cousin. Many of the people in the film are family members.  It is a sad snapshot in time knowing the fate of the community. 

synagogue street street1
street2
building
building1
bysmedrish bysmedrish1 bysmedrish2
bysmedrish3
bysmedrish4
children
children2 Chil Frankel School elderlymen
elderlymen2 elderlymen3
elderlymen4
family people
people1
people3
peopleinfrontofbuilding
peopleinfrontofbuilding1
peopleinfrontofbuilding2
peopleleavingbuilding
peoplesittingattable
2012 people walking
1857
threemen
two people in front of
                                building
teachers
people
atheJewishhospital
attheJewishHospital2
attheJewishHospital4
hospital
hospital1
1149 at the Jewish
                                hospital
1247
1243
1901 1940 2019
2032
2035
2037
2040
2103
2226
2229
2232
2333
2346
2506
2507
2519
2621
2733
2923
3240
3326
3420
4149 4012
3523
3705
3717
3731 3748 3821
3834
3834
3904
4034
3928
4012
















2010-2016 Compiled and Created by  Susan Weinberg
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 Last updated April 18, 2017
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