The Ptak Family
Moshe Ptak remained in Vengrov when his father Hersh Isak
emigrated to America. Moshe was married to Sura and
they had two children whose names are not known.
The entire family perished in Treblinka.
(1) Moshe Ptak
(2) Moshe Ptak's wife Sura
(3) and (4) Moshe and Sura Ptak
Srul Usha Ptak went to New York in 1939, hoping to
work and save money to bring his wife and two children
to America. Only months after his arrival,
the Germans invaded Poland. Srul Usha's wife Ruchel
and their two children (whose names are unknown)
perished in Treblinka.
(5) and (6) Ruchel Ptak, wife of Srul Usha Ptak
(7) Ruchel Ptak with her daughter
(8) and (9) A daughter of Srul Usha and Ruchel Ptak
(`10) and (11) The mother and sister of Ruchel Ptak, whose
names are unknown. They perished in the Holocaust.
Hersh Isak Ptak had two brothers, one of whom died young.
This brother left a widow and two sons, whose
names are unknown. They died in the Holocaust.
(12) The widow and sons of a brother of Hersh Isak Ptak
Credits: Page design copyrighted © 2008 by Helene Kenvin. Photographs 2 and 7 copyrighted © 2008 by Clara Ptak Ingwer. All other photographs copyrighted © 2008 by Leo Ptak. Page created by Helene Kenvin. All rights reserved.