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Joy Kestenbaum

Krzywcza
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Families


PAGE UNDER CONSTRUCTION
see Pictures from the Past

Selected Families

Adler
Freifeld
Galler Glicksman
Kestenbaum
Ringel Rosner
Rubenfeld
Schachter Spitz Weiss
Yuni


Ringel Family
Ringel Family: Chaim Tzvi (Hersch) and Tzetle (Celia) Ringel with children Moshe (d. c.1920),
Lychic or Leja (Lillie), Sara or Surah Perl (Sylvia), and Shandle (Shirley),
before immigration to New York on 10 March 1921.
Photo
courtesy of Chet  Ringel
Samuel
                        Kestenbaum & Family
Kestenbaum Family: Sam and Sally (Wiesen) Kestenbaum
with their daughters Gertrude and Regina (Jean), NYC, 1921;
first-born child Clarence died in 1914.
Sam (d. 1940) was a founding director of the 
First Krzywcza Am San Sick &
Benevolent Association in NY in 1920 and its first president.

Photo
courtesy of Gail Odoherty
Gussie
                        Kestenbaum Hertzberg & Family
Hertzberg Family: Gussie (Kestenbaum) and Max Hertzberg
with sons Richard, Irving and Louis (d. 1922), NYC.
Photo courtesy of Susan (Hertzberg) Ullman
Yuni-Glicksman Family
Yuni - Glicksman Family: Grandma Gussie Yuni Wadler, nee Glicksman (1866-1955), widow of Abraham Yuni, in center holding baby; Max & Bella (Landesman) (holding child) Yuni,
David & Sadie (Biegelson) Yuni, Max & Sadie (Yuni) Sliberman, Sadie & Hymie Glicksman,
Herman & Rose (Yuni) Chenken, Joe & Celia (Schick) Yuni. NYC, 1920s.

Photo courtesy of Judi (Yuni) Kirk
Weiss Family
Weiss Family: Perel (Speier) and Jankel Weiss, Leah (Schachter) Weiss,
Chana, Hersch Melech (Henrik) and Schaindel Weiss, Krzywcza, in 1930s.
They all died in the Shoah.
Photo courtesy of Joseph Weiss and Betty Amara
Kestenbaum and
                        Hertzberg families at Leo's wedding
Max, Richard & Gussie Hertzberg & Morris, Leo & Regina Kestenbaum,
members of the First Krzywcza Am San Sick & Benevolent Association.
Morris Kestenbaum was among the founding directors and a former treasurer and
his son Dr. Leo Kestenbaum, born in NYC in 1896, was the last president of the landsmanschaft.
Photo taken on the day of Leo's marriage to Victoria Riesenberg, August 1942, NYC.
Gussie, Morris and Regina, siblings, were from Krzywcza.
Photo
courtesy of Susan (Hertzberg) Ullman and Joy Kestenbaum



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