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PEOPLE OF DUNILOVCHI
Zuzman
                                        Cepelowicz Cepelowicz
                                        family Cepelowicz
                                        Family -Pesach 1933 Basia & Batya
                                        Cepelowicz
Joseph Zuzman Cepelowicz, born in Dunilowicz, emigrated & died in Brazil. Brother Myashka (Moshe) died in US, two sisters - Hainke died in Holocaust, but husband Kotshin escaped to Russia. Hainke's baby died in the ghetto, Itke emigrated to Brazil.  Parents were Eliahu & Basia Cepelowicz
Eliyahu Cepelowicz
Rosh Hashanah 1905



Cepelowicz Family- Eliahu and Basia, also Moshe or his son, Myashka. He survived and immigrated to North America. 
Cepelowicz Family- Pesach 1933 Basia/ Batia Cepelowicz with family members
courtesy of Eliahu Homburger



Relationship: grandfather
courtesy of Eliahu Homburger

Relationship: great-grandfather

courtesy of Eliahu Homburger

Relationship: great-grandparents

courtesy of Eliahu Homburger

Relationship: great-grandmother

courtesy of Eliahu Homburger

Relationship: great-grandmother

Rose &
                                        Etta Anna and
                                        Nechameh Schneider Nechama
                                        Engel Alperovich Nechama Alperovich &
                                        husband
Etta Ceplowicz Schneider 1847-1921 with daughter Rose 1885-1975.  Etta was married to Chaim Yoshe Schneider. Pesach Cheplowicz & Chana Merel Cheplowicz, parents of Chaia Sprintza (Edna)- inscription on back of photo
Anna & Nechameh Schneider, daughters of Chaim Yoshe Schneider and Edith Ceplowicz Nechamah Alperovich Engel, born in Dunilowicz in 1883 to Shneur Zalman Alperovich and Rifka Edelmann.  Married Itzik Meier Engel and went to England. Nechama Alperovich, her husband Isidore Meier Engel with two of their children; Regina and Max David.  Taken around 1913 in Antwerp.  Nechamah was the fifth of six children. The only boy Avram, was the youngest,. The oldest was Faigele Raize
courtesy of Linda Wilson

Relationships: 2nd Great Grandmother and Great Grand Aunt
courtesy of Linda Wilson courtesy of Linda Wilson


Relationships: great-grandaunts
courtesy of Judith Wolkovitch


Relationship: husband's grandmother
courtesy of Judith Wolkovitch

Relationship: husband's grandmother
Minnie
                                          & David Deutsch sitting
Minnie &
                                        David Deutsch Louis Reichel
                                        & Julius Gitlitz
Louis &
                                        Nachman Reichel
Nachman
                                        & Anna Reichel
Minnie and David Deutsch. David emigrated at the age of 54 in 1912, and appears to be slightly be younger in the picture. The family name was spelled Taitsch in Dunilovichi. Minnie and David Deutsch. David emigrated at the age of 54 in 1912, and appears to me to be slightly be younger in the picture. The family name was spelled Taitsch in Dunilovichi Louis (Leib) Reichel on left with his cousin Julius (?) Gitlitz 
Louis and his brother Nachman Reichel with Sylvia Hoffman  Nachman & Anna Reichel
courtesy of Marla Deutsch


Relationship: great-grandparents
courtesy of Marla Deutsch


Relationship: great-grandparents
courtesy of Linda Wilson


Relationship: great-grandfathe
r
courtesy of Linda Wilson

Relationships: great-grandfather and his great-grand uncle

courtesy of Linda Wilson


Relationship: great grand uncle & his wife?
Malka
                                          & Anna Raichel Schloime & Anna
Jennie Raichel Schwartz
Mary Raichel Weinberg


Abraham Raichel Rothchild

From left: Anna 1903-1947 and Malka Beila Raichel (Rothchild) 1860-1930, child and spouse of Schloime. Immigrated in 1923 & 1925 respectively 
Samuel Rothchild (Schloime Raichel) and his daughter Anna




Jennie Raichel Schwartz, daughter of Schloime & Malka Raichel




Mary Raichel Weinberg, daughter of Schloime & Malka Raichel




Abraham Rothchild (previously Raichel), son of Schloime and Malka Raichel 



courtesy of Susan Weinberg


Relationships: great-aunt and great-grandmother
courtesy of Susan Weinberg


Relationships: great-grandfather and great aunt
courtesy of Susan Weinberg



Relationship: Great-aunt

courtesy of Susan Weinberg


Relationship: Paternal Grandmother
courtesy of Susan Weinberg

Relationship: Great-uncle
Schloime
                                        Raichel Louis Kodish
Nosson Nota
                                        Engelson


Schloime Raichel (changed to Rothchild) 1860-1932. Immigrated to US 1904

Louis Kodish, parents (Marks Kodish) immigrated from Dunilowicz to England.  He was born in 1901 and immgrated to US from Glasgow in 1929, returning in 1934.  Nosson Nota Engelson. lived in Dunilowicz  b. 1842 d 1916.  One of his sons, Tzvi Hirsh Anygelson, is found in the Dunilovichi cemetery.

courtesy of Susan Weinberg

Relationship: great-grandfather
courtesy of Susan Weinberg

Relationship: first cousin twice removed

courtesy of Shmuel Engelson

Relationship: great-great grandfather



PLACES IN DUNILOVICHI AND SURROUNDING REGION
former prayer house tn FormerJewishHome FormerJewishHome cemetery
                                        gate tn Holocaust
                                        memorial tn
Former Heder
Former Jewish Home 2009
Former Jewish Home and hotel-earlier times
Gate to Jewish Cemetery
Holocaust Memorial
Courtesy of Susan Weinberg Courtesy of Susan Weinberg
Courtesy of:: Jewish Heritage Research Group of Belarus Courtesy of Susan Weinberg Courtesy of Susan Weinberg
partisan
                                        monument




partisan monument on lake Narotz with Markov's Brigade





courtesy of Simon Goldman




























































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