|Notes and Sources
78. Identified by Rabbi LIPA MANN (e-mail from grandson, 7 January 2005):
"Either Avrum GROSS or Shmiel Tzvi GROSS"
82 a. Újfehértó Zsidosga (Jozsef BUCZKO, Újfehértó 1998)
82 b. Originally identified in the gallery photographs as Bela
GRUNBERGER. Zisi DUM believes it is a misidentification: "Bela
GRUNBERGER is misidentified. I knew Bela personally and he never had his
beard grown in. He was not Hasidic. He was known to be more modern.
However, the Nyiregyhaza Holocaust Memorial stone lists two men named
83. Originally identified in the gallery images as "?LEIBLER") On 10 January 2010, Dr. Elovic identified him as his favorite uncle, "Shulem."
87 a. Sidonya and Golda LEYBOVITCH (sisters). Identification by Lea
BAUM (e-mail from Ester LEVINSON, September 2002) [contested, see 87b]
87 b. "The names that are listed below the picture are wrong. The
one on the left side is Necha (Olga) KORN from Nyirbator. She lives now
in ... NY. She was married to Mayer DUM from Újfehértó.
On the right side is her first cousin, Miriam Necha DUM." Identified by Zisi
DUM, 14 December 2002.
87 c. Identified by Rabbi LIPA MANN (e-mail from grandson, 7 January 2005):
"Last name DYM" (must be variant of DUM; source 87b seems more probable)
90. Identified by Lea TENZER: "Hi there, just came across this by
chance. My father, Moshe Zalman CZIK, lived in Újfehértó (as I was told by
my aunt, his sister). They were a large family and I would love to know
if Image 90 is him. Ironic because his sole grandson, who will carry
on the name of CZIK, will be bar mitzvah-ed tomorrow. My father died, in 1971,
at the age of 46. His parents' names were Eli and Leah. I am named after
his mother. I must tell you I have printed the picture and put it next
to a picture I have of my father, and I am so sure it is him! Today is my
nephew's bar mitzvah. Just to let you know that I got my aunt (my father's
sister) and some cousins to look at your site and they, too, say that Image 90
is a picture of my father! I cannot explain it, but I feel that you have
given a part of my father back to me. He never spoke of his years of
suffering. It was always a big taboo. My aunt told me stories of her time
in Auschwitz. I just knew my father was in Mauthausen." (e-mail, August 2005)
92. Újfehértó Zsidosga (Jozsef BUCZKO, Újfehértó 1998)
93. Original identification confirmed by Alexander UNGAR,
25 June 2000. [He] went to same religious school as Alexander.
94. Identification by Kati GAL, September 2000. "Image 94 is definitely
Karcsi BREUER (I recognize him well), but Image 39 is not this same Karcsi,
despite the name under the picture. It might be another Karcsi BREUER,
but not the one I knew."
98. Identified by Rabbi LIPA MANN (e-mail from grandson, 7 January 2005):
99. E-mail from Yosef RAPAPORT, July 2002: "My father-in-law's name is Zecharia
BRAUNER, whose picture is in your collection, Image 99. I'm sure you will
be happy to know that he and his late wife Rivka had eleven children, all
married, 24 of his grandchildren are married, with many great grandchildren."
102. Identified by Rabbi LIPA MANN (e-mail from grandson, 7 January 2005):