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Remembering 5000 Lyakhovichi Jews Murdered in the Holocaust
by Deborah Glassman, copyright 2007
All indices and tables on this page are ©Deborah Glassman 2007 and may not be reproduced in whole or part without her written permission.

This is a page in our Documents section. Click the button labeled "Documents" in the left-hand column to reach all of the other resources of the Document area.

We have Holocaust Records across several pages. There is a table of links to each individual article (it will take you directly to the part of the page with that report) on our first page Holocaust Records

Eyewitness Report of the Nazi Murder of Jews in Lyakhovichi
The Black Chronicle: tragedy of the Lyakhovichi Jews by Zalman Rabinowitz and Yosef Peker, c.1952
translated from the Yiddish by Wilfred Kay, 2008.

Wilfred Kay provided the information about his search for his brothers and sisters that we report in The Katz Children of Pultusk and Lyakhovichi and it included details about Lyakhovichi right after the war that we had not previously had available. The webmaster was grateful to Mr. Kay and he was similarly grateful for the Lyakhovichi research community's assistance in his efforts. He translated this article by two of the men he met in Lyakhovichi in 1945, they were among the eight Lyakhovichi Jews that got on a train for Warsaw, Poland when it was clear that there was no one left in the town itself to save, and that survivors would not be making their way back to the now desolate town.

The Germans occupied Lyakhowici June 23, 1941.
On that same day, the Jews were ordered to assemble in the Synagogue yard. There the Germans demanded from the Jews their valuables: gold, silver, furs, cows, all valuable items. The next day they were ordered to wear yellow patches and to stay off the sidewalks. On the 25th, all were ordered to report to work, no exceptions. For two months they worked 16 hours a day building a road, guarded by armed Germans and Belarussians, beaten for the slightest reason.

June 28th, without any reason, the leaders of the community were arrested: Baruch Meier BERKOWITZ, Leibl SEGEL, Meier MALOWITZKI, Jankiel DELOMITZKI, the young brothers KERBAL, Aaron EPSTEIN, the military police sergeant MELNIK, (brother of Moshe MELNIK). They were tortured and killed in the Kominke forrest.

July 8th, at 5 in the morning, on the way to work, we noticed the town was surrounded by German police, Latvians and their helpers - the Belorussians. They beat us and drove us back to town.They assembled us in the Market Square; we met there our grandfathers, fathers, mothers, and children. They were beaten, they sat there with their arms raised, in the same position till 3 pm. Those who tried to run away were shot on the spot. That day we saw people lying in the street in their own blood, struggling with death. The 85 year old BEDER, R. Iser, who was on his death bed and couldn't follow the order, was killed with the bayonet on a rifle by Demian, a Belarus from Latwer St. That was the horrible scene I witnessed from the roof of a house; I will never forget it. Many tried to run accross the bridge over the river Wiedma, on the road to Baranowici, but the Germans posted Latvians and Belorussian guards with machine guns. 150 men found their death on the banks of the river.

From the 6000 Jews assembled, 1500 were selected as useful elements. 1000 succeeded in running away and hid; the remaining 3500, in groups of 150, were driven to the prepared graves, which we dug earlier; the Germans told us the ditches were for the town's garbage. The slaughter took place at Little Latwe, 500 meters to the right of the railroad station, on a hill. They were machine gunned by Latvians and Belorussians; the wounded were shoved into the ditch. This went on until 9 in the evening. The ground was moving for 24 hours.

Next morning, the order was for all Jews to assemble at the house of Baruch TUKACHINSKI; there, Sr. Lieutenant Kemp and Master Willi, assured that the surviving Jews will not be harmed. Kemp also demanded that all those in hiding must report and that they will be given work. 2000 Jews reported; the same day the ghetto was established, consisting of 28 houses, 100 persons to a room; there was no room for your head to lay down, the filth was unbearable. That is how we lived for seven months. A Judenrat was created, made up of: Itze ZMUDIAK, Shlomo ROSOWISKI and Iser MALOWITZKI. On the 6th month, under the leadership of Yosef PEKER and Zalman RABINOWITZ, it was decided to escape from the ghetto. When that became known to the Judenrat, Itze ZMUDSIAK threatened to report it to the German police, because it would endanger all the others if they escaped. We worked very hard during the seven months in the ghetto and didn't even get a piece of bread from the Germans. 70 men, I among them, worked on the construction of a road to Baranowici. In the ghetto, the Germans went after the women and girls. I remember well the case when The Germans demanded that Rive SHTEIN turn over her two beautiful young daughters; she resisted, so they shot her.

Summer 1942, 4 o'clock in the morning, we noticed that the ghetto was surrounded. From past experience we knew what to expect. A group of 40 men, I among them,[Zalman Rabinowitz], including Yosef PEKER, Aaron SEGAL, Moshe TZIRINSKI, Motel KWEDIUK, Dor KRAWETZ, Jakov LITZITZKI, Michael BUSEL, Meier ABRAMOWITZ and Chana PRESHTZITZKI, decided not to allow the Germans to come in to the Ghetto, to put up resistance. We assembled at the entrance to the ghetto; it turned into a big fight and shootings. The Germans started throwing hand grenades and fire bombs. In hours, the town was surrounded and set on fire by fire bombs. About 10 people succeded to escape under a hail of bullets, the rest were burned alive. At the same time, the German SS stormed the ghetto from Podlesie Street through the Jewish cemetary. Like wild beasts they started to liquidate the ghetto; the 'action' lasted late into the evening. An order was issued after the action for the member of the Juderat, Iser MALIWITZKI, to undress naked , to collect the bodies, load them on the wagons and take them to the mass grave. The 85 year old woman, Reisel MALOWITZKI, who was hidden in a bunker, was forced to undress and go on the wagon with corpses then she was shoved into the grave alive with the other bodies. The same thing happened to Iser MALIWITZKI. 300 people managed to hide.

The Germans ordered 70 able/fit people to report and demanded a list of the others; they also annonced that it was not allowed to live in the ghetto (200 hundred still lived there). The 300 survivors lived another 10 days. The Germans again surrounded the ghetto; we resisted the last slaughter. Herman Fritz, the county "Commandant," joined the last slaughter, he entered a bunker where Jews held out, a friend of ours, Sheie Dod YELIN, cut Herman's throat with a razor. Then came 1000 Germans and Latvians with a hail of bullets directed at the 3 houses where the 300 survivors held out; many were dead. It became obvious that there was no way out, then Meier ABRAMOWITZ set his own house on fire and called on others to run. Unfortunately, out of 300, only 4 managed to reach the forest: Zalman RABINOWITZ, Yosef PEKER, Motel KHWEDUK and Michael BUSEL. (The end)

Survivors' Photo

After the war, this picture below was taken of Lyakhovichi's survivors gathered in Munich a few years after the war. The names are those provided when the picture was submitted for the Yiskor book; "unknown" meant by the editor; "blurry" was similarly an editorial comment at that time. The caption was reviewed and translated by Wilfred Kay from the Yiddish. He had personal memories of a number of these people from meeting them in Lyakhovichi in 1945 after the war was over. He remembered the Peker brothers Yosef and Abram; Zalman Rabinowitz, and Mr. Strugach and, independently of captions, identified who was who. He remembers Mrs. Yosef Peker as being sweet and generous and helping him get papers that enabled his departure, but as with Mr. Strugach, he had always addressed her as Mrs. Peker and does not recall her first name. Do you know the name of Josef Peker's wife? Thanks to Dr. Boneh Avidor whose father Yakov Simha Avidor (ne Peker) was a brother to Yosef and Abraham Peker - we now can identify Sonia Peker, the wife of Yosef.


(1st row, seated, R to L) Yosef Peker (x), his wife Sonia, Moshe Strugach with his son and his wife [Do you know the name of Mrs Moshe Strug?]; (2nd row, standing, R to L) Moshe Inditsky (xx), Isaac Birger, Gershon Zayetz, unknown, Avraham Peker, Zalman Rabinowitz, unknown, Avraham Cherni, Isaac Pinsky, Yakov Greenberg, Michal Bussel, a Baranowitzer (of the family of Chayuta [Gavza] Bussel ); (3rd row, R to L) unknown, Avraham Rabinowitz (xxx), unknown, blurred, Shalom Mednitsky, unknown, Shaul Kerbel)

I thank Dr. Boneh Avidor for providing the name of his aunt Sonia Peker, previously missing.

What is New on our Holocaust Pages
NEW!!! Translation of the Eyewitness Report to the Nazi Murders in Lyakhovichi. (posted just above this introduction)

Midway between updates we have added three important new articles.

The search for the Katz children
An Eyewitness Report to the Nazi Massacres in Lyakhovichi
Searching for Jewish Children in Russian Orphanages in WWII

We hope to keep outgrowing the existing pages, as we identify more of the so far unidentifed 4,600+ members of our community who were murdered by the Third Reich. Can you help us learn their names? Upcoming pages are so far scheduled to include: more analysis of testimonies at Yad Vashem; stories of various Lechovichers who made it to various Soviet cities; some Soviet investigational reports; and memoirs.

Yehuda Bauer wrote a superb report for the Shoah Resource Center of Yad Vashem on Baranovichi's Jewish community in the Holocaust which has to be relevant to Lyakhovichi just a few miles away. It is a 48 page pdf file which you can view without downloading. Click "back" on your browser to return to this page. Yehuda Bauer brings all of his scholarship and historical acumen to bear on the question of what was life like in Baranovichi during the Holocaust. His stated aim is " to describe the town and its history during the Holocaust, and, second, to provide a basis for comparison with other towns and cities in Poland and Lithuania." You need to read this article! Jewish Baranowicze in the Holocaust by Yehuda Bauer, published by the Shoah Resource Center of Yad Vashem.

The table at the bottom of the left-hand column of this page will be significantly augmented at our May 2008 update by a new a list of relatives of those who perished at the Nazis hands. It was also derived from material extracted from the Pages of Testimony kept at Yad Vashem. As I noted for the earlier list covering victims whose surnames began with A-E - The Pages of Testimony are depositions of facts designed to be used in bringing murderers to justice and with the secondary purpose of creating a permanent memorial. They were sworn by those who knew the victims as relatives, neighbors, schoolmates, work acquaintances, etc. Because of a translation problem in software and sometimes lack of clarity on the forms, the relationship between the deponent and the victim is not always clear, and sex and relationship are frequently inverted on the form (grandmothers called grandsons, women called nephews). I have therefore given it as “deponent” unless it is very clear. But if you don't investigate further, you will miss people who the original record can indicate are cousins, nephews, neices, et al. Remember, the Page of Testimony gives many more details and everyone should visit Yad Vashem's site to learn more. I have not eliminated duplicates that are given by multiple deponents - if a person is reported by five people they will appear here five times. I have not eliminated a person whose testimony was given twice by the same person if they were given at different times - a later affidavit may provide new information on the witness if not the deceased. And sometimes they have different information filled in at different times - there is more than one person whose parents were not provided in one form and were given in another. A mother's name is, as was given in the report, there is no assumption that this is a maiden name. Maiden names are listed separately, when they are provided. This new index was created by the examination of individual records and covers only the victims whose surnames begin F through K (though the relatives can be of any surname). We hope to continue this process for other relatives in the near future, adding addtional linked pages.

More indices of Holocaust material are also scheduled for May 2008. The webmaster has worked her way through some of the lists, removing duplicates that are by the same deponent given on the same day. There are a number of new additions to people who should be linked to Lyakhovichi lists but were not previously reported . And we have searched in more related databases, so check back before June 1, 2008 to see this even larger resource. And let us share the information in your larger knowledge base. Who in your family died in the Holocaust. Has a memorial page been created for them? Does your family have any pictures of these cousins, aunts, siblings?

The Jewish Council in Lyakhovichi, which was established by the Nazis to aid in the destruction of the Nazi-organized Lyakhovichi ghetto, walked the hell-path that was common to these organizations. The leaders thought they could delay the murders the Nazis planned, if they provided services the Nazis wanted. They thought they could keep more people alive a little longer if they stayed within rules that the Nazis officers said were important. As Bauer's book shows, some are remembered almost as saints. But the book Judenrat: The Jewish Councils in Eastern Europe under Nazi Occupation by Isaiah Trunk, published in 1996 by the University of Nebraska Press shows that there were few who could walk the tightrope successfully. His book specifically mentions the Lyakhovichi ghetto council headed by Itzie Zmudziak and the strong efforts of young members of Zionist and political groups to reach the partisans in the marshes and forests. The Simon Wiesenthal Center commemorates Zalman Rabinowicz, Josef Peker, and Haim Abramowicz, as leaders of the resistance in the Lyakhovichi ghetto. Shmuel Mordkowski of Lyakhovichi is remembered as a renowned partisan who repeatedly struck at the Nazis from the Pripet Marshes. There were two aktions in Lyakhovichi (Fall 1941 and June 1942) which murdered thousands. The Nazis scheduled a final liquidation and the resistance fighters went into action with armaments that they had been smuggling in at high cost. Each weapon smuggled in, was also one less person smuggled out, and was also that much less money for food to be illegally purchased. Armed resistance slowed the Nazi progress, but in the end, the survivors were the ones that escaped to the partisans in the forest, and less than ten Jews survived in Lyakhovichi itself. Eighty Jews are known to have survived in the armies of the Soviet Union, dozens who were victims of the harsh Soviet deportation policies found themselves after the war alive in Siberia, Kazakhastan, Turkemenistan, and various Autonomous Republics and the Russian interior.Do you have information on the particular criminals whom we should hold accountable in Lyakhovichi? Do you know more about the circumstances of anyone who escaped? Have you read a witness report of a death we should also tell? Wilfred Kay answered those questions by translating the report above which though movingly written in Yiddish has been unavailable to English-language-only speakers for sixty years, thank-you so much, Wilfred! And Wilfred has since also added the report on the Trial for War Crimes of Yosef Grunevich which is on our page Holocaust, page 3

Lyakhovichi's Holocaust Memorials in Speech and Stone It is important that we remember. Find here the earliest efforts to memorialize, the family stones that remember those who have no burial place, the community memorials, and the words said at the gathering of mourners for our town's perished.

 

599 Residents of Lyakhovichi,
who Died in the Holocaust

Around five thousand Jews are reported dead in three Aktions in Lyakhovichi. There was a ghetto and a "judenrat" in Lyakhovichi. There was a ghetto and judenrat in nearby Baranovichi. There were repeated efforts especially among young men and women from teens through thirties, to escape into Soviet territory, and to join up with partisan organizations functioning in this forested section of the Pripet marshes. There are reports of those who escaped, at least temporarily, from Nazi hands, by hundreds of different innovative means, and yet 5,000 Jews were reported dead by various competent authorities including the Nazi organizations themselves. We know the names of less than 400 people. Contact Yad Vashem to provide depositions and let us know about any new (or missed) registrations so we can help bear witness. This list is of the 599 that were reported as of December 2004. This material was extracted and formatted by Deborah G. Glassman, January 2005

 

Abbreviations - Bar=Bar.; Now=Nowogrodek.; Bel=Belarus or Belorussia; L= Lachowicze or Lechowitz, or Lyakhovichi or other spelling variant.

599 Residents
of Lyakhovichi
who Died in the Holocaust

SURNAME

FirstName

Residence

"Township"

Powet or Region

Country

Year of
Birth

-

Klara

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1905

-

Zisa

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1920

-

Baruch

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

ABRAMOVICH

David

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1913

ABRAMOWICZ

Lea

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

ABRAMOWICZ

Reizel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

ANGELOVICZ

Yisroel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1924

ANGELOVITZ

Brakha

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1882

ANGELOVITZ

Yaakov

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1909

ANGELOWIC

Mery

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1870

ANGELOWIC

Sara

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

ANGELOWIC

Mery

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1860

ANGELOWIC

Berl

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1899

ANGELOWIC

Rachel

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1912

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1920

ANGELOWICZ

Motel

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1915

ANGELOWICZ

Mechel

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1918

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1888

ANGELOWICZ

Boruch

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1884

ANGELOWICZ

Bracha

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1882

ANGELOWICZ

Yaakov

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1895

ANGELOWICZ

Icchok

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1882

ANGELOWICZ

Sara

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1886

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1924

ANGELOWICZ

Zisel

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1918

ANGELOWICZ

Fruma

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1920

ANGELOWICZ

Jakov

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1890

ANGELOWICZ

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

ANGILAVICH

Yaakov

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1910

ANGILOVICH

Bracha

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1885

ANGILOWICZ

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

ANGILOWICZ

Jakob

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1926

BADER

Isak

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1878

BADER

Joszua

L.

Bar

Now

Poland

1900

BARANCHUK

Mosche

Lechovich

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1897

BARANCHUK

Chana

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

BARANCHUK

Chanan

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1929

BARMAN

Brakha

Lachowitz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

BARNAK

Pinchas

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1913

BARNAK

Pinie

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1913

BARNAK

Rasza

Suwalki

Suwalki

Bialystok

Poland

1919

BARNAK

Dinka

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1866

BARNAK

Haim

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1910

BARNAK

Rasha

Suwalki

Suwalki

Bialystok

Poland

1919

BARNAK

Pope

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1904

BARNAK

Guta

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1911

BARNAK

Rasha

Suwalki

Suwalki

Bialystok

Poland

1919

BARNAK

Refael

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1903

BARNCHUK

Lea

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1923

BASZKER

Szaja

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1882

BASZKIER

Rachel

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1880

BASZKIER

Moses

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1913

BASZKIER

Moses

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1913

BASZKIER

Hirsz

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1923

BASZKIER

Rachel

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1880

BEDER

Bracha

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1869

BELIC

Sima

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1907

BELIN

Drezi

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

BELIN

Mojsze

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1904

BELIN

Simon

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1901

BERGER

Stefa

Warszawa

Warszawa

Warszawa

Poland

1918

BERKOVICH

Velvl

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1920

BERKOVICH

Ilia

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1920

BERKOVITZ

Pesja

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1891

BERKOWICZ

Mynachem

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

BERMAN

Eizick

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

BERMAN

Bril

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

BERMAN

Rachel

L.

Bar.

Now..

Poland

BIRGER

Gisia

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1888

BIRGER

Chaia

Bar.

Now.

Bel

1875

BIRGER

Josef

Bar.

Now.

Bel

1878

BIRGER

Rubin

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1912

BLEZOWZKI

Dawid

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1906

BLEZOWZKI

Haja

Bar.

Now.

Bel.

1904

BLOZOWSKI

Mordekhai

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1937

BLOZOWSKI

Yitzkhak

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1939

BLOZOWSKI

David

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

BOBROW

Raicha

Lechevitz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

ng

BORSTEIN

Froma

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

ng

BORSZEIN

Bluma

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

ng

BOSAK

Avraham

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1924

BREVDA

Khana

Lechovich

Bar.

Now.

Poland

ng

BREVDA

Moshe

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

ng

BREVDA

Tzipora

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1924

BREVDE

Miriam

Kleck

Nieswiez

Now.

Poland

1921

BREWDE

Mirl

L.

Bar.

Now.

Bel

1920

BRIMBERG

Roschke

Baranovitsh

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1880

BROMBERG

Abram

Warszawa

Warszawa

Warszawa

Poland

BROMBERG

Hersh

Warszawa

Warszawa

Warszawa

Poland

BRUCK

Schalom

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1907

BRUCK

Jenke

Dolginovo

Wilejka

Wilno

Poland

1909

BRYMBERG

Roszka

Bar.

Now.

1887

BUKSHPAN

Khaia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

BUKSHPAN

Dov

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1888

BUKSZPAN

Berko

Bereznica

Bar.

Now.

Poland

BUKSZPAN

Berko

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1889

BUKSZPAN

Yekhiel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1926

BUKSZPAN

Khaia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

BUKSZPAN

Chaja

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

BULMAN

Yosef

Poltosk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1897

BURSHTEIN

Magdalena

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1923

BURSTEIN

Wolf

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

BUSLOVSKI

Ahhron

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1891

BUTENSKI

Nachum

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1900

BUTLENSKI

Mariem

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1902

CHAZANOWICZ

Ruchel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

CHEJFEC

Rajzel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

CHERNIKHOVSKI

Sara

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1918

CHERNIKHOVSKI

Sara

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1918

CHISIN

Noach

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

CUTUN

Ithok

Lachovici

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1904

CYRINSKI

Girsz

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1872

CYRYNSKA

Mina

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1914

CYRYNSKI

Tzvi

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1876

CYRYNSKI

Mowsza

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1913

DITKOWSKI

Michl

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

DOBKOWSKI

Chaja

Baranowice

Rybnik

Slask

Poland

1910

DOBKOWSKI

Israel

Bar.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1909

DUBINSKI

Eliezer

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1914

DUBINSKI

Hadasa

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1877

DUBINSKI

Awraham

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1912

EDELSZTEJN

Michel

Bialystok

Bialystok

Bialystok

Poland

1885

EFRAIMSKI

Sheina

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1904

EFRAIMSKI

Avraham

Lachowitz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1900

EFRAIMSKI

Sheina

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1904

EIZENBERG

Hinda

Lachowitz

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1870

EPSHTEIN

Shina

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1927

EPSHTEIN

Motl

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1896

EPSHTEIN

Keila

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1942

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1898

EPSHTEIN

Khaia

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1920

EPSHTEIN

Etlia

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1929

EPSHTEIN

Bela

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1924

EPSHTEIN

Lea

Lachowitz

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1915

EPSHTEIN

Yisrael

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1881

EPSHTEIN

Alter

Lachowitz

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1878

FAINSTEIN

Shahne

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1896

FAINSTEIN

Batia

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1896

FEJGELMAN

Rachel

Lachowitz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1916

FISHER

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

FOGELMAN

Sonia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1885

FOGELMAN

Zeidl

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1920

FOGELMAN

Itka

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1913

FOGELMAN

Alter

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1880

FOGELMAN

Bluma

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

FRAJND

Jakob

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1890

FRAJND

Chaim

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1915

FRAJND

Abel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1917

FRAJND

Moshe

Lahiszyn

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1892

FRAJND

Ita

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1890

FREINT

Khaim

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1917

FREINT

Yaakov

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1898

FRIDMAN

Smil

Lachowitz

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1870

GAM

Ester

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

GAM

Ester

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

GAM

Nechama

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1925

GAM

Nechama

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1925

GAM

Lejb

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

GAM

Lejb

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

GARBLOW

Chaim

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

GAVSHEYEV

Hasiya

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1892

GAVZE

Szaine

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1893

GAWZE

Alter

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1882

GAWZE

Iechiel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1905

GELFAND

Tunya

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1925

GELFAND

Brakha

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1898

GELFAND

Khaim

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1896

GELGOR

Batya

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1894

GERBER

Moisei

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1888

GERBER

Veniamin

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1929

GERBER

Naftali

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1922

GLAZER

Ysrael

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1902

GLAZER

-

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1924

GLAZER

Zelig

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1920

GLAZER

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1904

GLOCER

Rakhel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1915

GLOCER

Rachel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1915

GOLDBERG

Elka

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1906

GOLDBERG

Mosze

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1910

GOLDBERG

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

GOLDMAN

Ahron

Lachowitz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

GOLDMAN

Lea

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1895

GOLIBRODA

Gitel

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1892

GRABLOV

Beniamin

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1900

GREBLOW

Rachel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

GRINBERG

Gentile

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

GRINBERG

Yehoshua

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1925

GRINBERG

Asher

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1897

GRINBERG

Guta

Bar.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

GRINBERG

Asher

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

GUTTZEIT

Sheina

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1895

GUTZEID

Barukh

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1924

GUTZEID

Barukh

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1924

GUTZEIT

Chaya

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1908

GUTZEIT

Lota

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1910

GUTZEIT

Ela

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1901

HELLER

Alta

Pinsk

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1907

INDITZKY

Boshe

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1885

IUZIK

Tzvi

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

IUZIK

Simkha

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

JANOWICZ

Tajbl

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

JANOWICZ

Jerachmiel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

JELIN

Refael

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1898

JELIN

Guta

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1880

JOSELEWICZ

-

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1939

JOSELEWICZ

Tzvi

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

JOSELEWICZ

Moshe

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

JOSELEWSKA

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1904

JOSILEWICZ

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1904

JOSILEWICZ

Sheina

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

JOSZPA

Chana

Bar.

Bar.

1906

JUNISZ

Chana

Bar.

Bar.

KAGAN

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1912

KAGAN

Sara

Poland

Bar.

Bar.

1909

KAGAN

Benjamin

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1906

KAPLAN

Miriyam

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Bel

1892

KAPLAN

Sarah

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1914

KAPLAN

Elka

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1925

KAPLAN

Mosze

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

KAPLAN

Rivka

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

KAPLAN

Aba

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1900

KAPLAN

Batja

Lachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1878

KAPLAN

Michael

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1916

KAPLAN

Debora

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1918

KAPLAN

Khaim

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1924

KAPLAN

Michla

Poland

Bar.

Bar.

1896

KARBEL

Icchaak

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1925

KARBEL

Lea

Lachowice

Bobrka

Lwow

Poland

1890

KARBIL

Mojsze

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1903

KATZ

Leah

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1932

KATZ

Szymon

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1927

KATZ

Sara

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1903

KATZ

Sara

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1903

KATZ

Szalom

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1926

KERBEL

Jakob

Bar.

Bar.

1900

KERBEL

Avraham

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

KERBEL

Lea

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1901

KERBEL

Riwa

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1922

KERBEL

Syma

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1918

KERBEL

Sonia

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1913

KERBEL

Frumet

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1920

KERBEL

Rivka

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1914

KERBEL

Jchak

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1921

KERBEL

Gerszon

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1890

KERBEL

Ysrael

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1908

KERBEL

Yaakov

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1900

KERBEL

Hirsh

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1914

KERBEL

Reizel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1892

KERBEL

Fruma

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1920

KERBEL

Lea

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1890

KERBEL

Israel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1922

KERBEL

Khaia

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1910

KERBEL

David

Lachowitz

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

KERBEL

Leib

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1923

KERBEL

Shmuel

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1925

KERBEL

Enta

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1900

KERBEL

Mark

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1922

KERBEL

Gerszon

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

KERBEL

Moshe

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1903

KERBEL

Abraham

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1886

KICHEL

Reizel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1899

KICHEL

David

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1895

KICHEL

Benjamin

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1924

KIRZHNER

Bilha

Bar.

Bar.

KIRZNER

Szalom

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

KIRZNER

Bella

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

KITIN

Tana

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1927

KOERBEL

Israel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1914

KOERBEL

Sime

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1922

KOLODIZKI

Hinda

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1921

KUBEL

Shalom

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1916

KUKHAR

Khana

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1924

KURLANCIK

Golda

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

LEISEROWICZ

Primet

Warsaw

Warszawa

Warszawa

Poland

LERER

Gitel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1899

LEVIN

Mendel

Suwalki

Suwalki

Bialystok

Poland

1909

LEVIN

Miriam

Bar.

Bar.

LEW

Michael

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1898

LEW

Rivka

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1898

LEWKOWICZ

Celinka

Pabianice

Lask

Lodz

Poland

1915

LEWKOWICZ

Abram

Pabianice

Lask

Lodz

Poland

1913

LIBOSZIC

Frida

Bar.

Bar.

1912

LICZIZCKY

Josif

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1900

LICZYCKI

Frida

Lechovich

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1908

LIFSHICZ

Jeta

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1922

LIFSHICZ

Brainkie

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

LIFSZICZ

Moshe

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1918

LIMANOWICZ

Mozes

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1895

LITOVSKI

-

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

LITOVSKI

-

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

LITOVSKI

Moisei

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1853

LITOVSKI

Gersh

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1893

LITOVSKI

Shifra

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

LOCZOSKI

Mirjam

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1899

MALAWICKI

Chajke

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1870

MALAWICKI

Matel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1896

MALETZKI

Gedalia

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1924

MALOWICKI

Hershel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1900

MALOWICKI

Noa

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1918

MALOWICKI

Leib

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1900

MALOWICKI

Itche

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1902

MALOWICKI

Judel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1908

MANKER

Khaia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1894

MANKER

Yisrael

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1920

MANKER

Naftali

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1884

MANKER

Bela

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1938

MASLOBOVSKI

Leya

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Bel

1900

MEIER

Elijahu

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1884

MELNIK

Sara

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Bel

1931

MELNIK

Nekhama

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Bel

1897

MELNIK

Solomon

Kolomyia

Kolomyja

Stanislawow

Poland

1902

MELNIK

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1930

MELNIK

Nakhama

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1901

MELNIK

Moshe

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

MENAKER

Bela

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1917

MENAKER

Naftale

Lachowitz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1884

MENAKER

Chava

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

MENAKER

Israel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1910

MENAKER

Israel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1912

MENAKER

Naftali

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1886

MENAKER

Bela

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1916

MENAKER

Chawa

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1894

MEYER

Judit

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

MILECKA

Shulamith

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1851

MINKOWICZ

Dov

Biten

Slonim

Now.

Poland

MINKOWICZ

Sara

Bar.

Bar.

1939

MISLOBOSKI

Rikla

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1919

MISLOBOSKI

Sosia

Bar.

Bar.

1878

MISLOBOSKI

Mejer

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1884

MISLOBOSKI

Rykla

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1914

MISLOBOSKI

Moisze

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1916

MISLOBOSKI

Leja

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1886

MISLOVSKI

Bela

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

MISLOVSKI

Yhuda

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

MLOVITZKI

Yokhanan

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

MLOVITZKI

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

MOGILYANSKAYA

Yevgenia

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

MOGILYANSKAYA

-

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

MOGILYANSKAYA

Lea

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1898

MOGILYANSKI

Naum

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

MOGILYANSKI

-

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

MOLCHADSKI

Samuil

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1888

MOLCHADSKI

Khisia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1892

MOLCHADSKI

Bela

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1924

MOLCHADSKI

Ruvim

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1928

MOLCHADSKI

Yefim

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1920

MORDKOWSKA

Sima

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1920

MORDKOWSKI

Ita

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1892

MORDKOWSKI

Ita

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

MORDKOWSKI

Itka

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1890

MORDKOWSKI

Rakhel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1915

MORDKOWSKI

Jakow

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

MORDKOWSKI

Jakow

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

MOTCHOVICH

Mortche

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

MUKASEI

Shlomo

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1919

MUKASEI

Renia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1925

MUKASEJ

Malia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1898

MUKASEY

Ester

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1896

MUKOSEJ

Baruch

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1896

MUKOSEJ

Szlomo

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1914

MYSLABOSKI

Jhuda

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1875

NACHTMAN

Rafael

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1900

NAIMARK

Jakov

Siminiowka

Horodenka

Stanislawow

Poland

1907

NAJMARK

Jakob

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

NAJMARK

Rejzla

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1909

NAJMARK

Jakow

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1904

NEIMAN

Gersh

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1929

NEIMAN

Leya

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1935

NEIMAN

Markus

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1898

NEIMAN

Polina

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1900

NEIMAN

Beila

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1872

NEIMAN

Perla

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1892

NEIMAN

Moshe

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1870

NIEMOJ

Ester

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

NIEMOJ

Batia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1928

NIEMOJ

Lejb

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1930

NIEMOJ

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1938

NOIMARK

Jakob

Kleck

Nieswiez

Now.

Poland

OGOLNIK

Etil

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1908

PAKER

Rivka

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1909

PAKER

Feibush

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1900

PAKER

Leib

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1915

PECKER

Clara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1885

PERLMAN

Barukh

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1924

PERLMAN

Sonia

Lechovich

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1929

PEVZNER

Avraam

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1879

PINCHUK

Yerukham

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1870

PINCHUK

Bluma

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1922

PINCHUK

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

PINCHUK

Yeshayahu

Lachowitz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

PINCHUK

Moshe

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1924

PINCZUK

Bluma

Lachowitz

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1921

PINCZUK

Baruch

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1919

PINCZUK

Bebi

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1897

PINCZUK

Brajna

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1890

PINCZUK

Boruch

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1919

PINCZUK

Brajna

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1890

PINCZUK

Mosze

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1924

PINCZUK

Aharon

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1887

PINCZUK

Mosze

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1924

PINSHUK

Eshke

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1905

PINZUK

Shaike

L.

Bar.

Bar.

1891

POSTAN

Rivka

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1920

POSTAN

Sara

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1900

POSTAN

Dov

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1901

POSTEN

Lejb

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1870

POSTEN

Rywka

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1915

PRAGER

Rivka

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1920

PRASZCICKI

Nechama

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1896

PROSHCICKY

Shara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1900

PRUDOWSKY

Lea

Byten

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1915

RABINOVICH

Jankel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1916

RABINOVITZ

Mordechay

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1915

RABINOVITZ

Zelda

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1896

RABINOVITZ

Yaakov

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1910

RABINOWICZ

Sonia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1920

RABINOWICZ

Khava

Baranowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

ROSZES

Chawa

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1922

ROSZES

Mosze

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1906

ROSZES

Fruma

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1906

ROZEN

Lipa

Warsaw

Warszawa

Warszawa

Poland

1912

ROZEN

Chaja

Warszawa

Warszawa

Warszawa

Poland

1912

ROZENCWAJG

Dawid

Losice

Siedlce

Lublin

Poland

1911

ROZENTAL

Israel

Grodno

Grodno

Bialystok

Poland

1913

ROZOVSKI

Shlomo

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1895

ROZOVSKI

Rut

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

ROZOVSKI

-

Lachowitz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1925

ROZOVSKI

-

Bar.

Bar.

SAPOROVSKI

Khana

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

SAWICKI

Barukh

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

SHAMIS

Aleksandr

Yampol

Bar.

Bar.

Ukraine

1940

SHMID

Eliahu

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1897

SHMULEVITZ

Ester

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SHMULEVITZ

Aharon

Poland

Bar.

Bar.

1908

SHMULEVITZ

Dvora

Poland

Bar.

Bar.

SHMULEWICZ

Arl

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

SHORNIK

Matatiahu

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1888

SHUKHLITZKI

Zelda

Urechye

Lyuban

Minsk

Bel

1930

SHUKHLITZKI

Toibe

Urechye

Lyuban

Minsk

Bel

SHUKHLITZKI

Nevel

Urechye

Lyuban

Minsk

Bel

SHUKHLITZKI

Mish

Urechye

Lyuban

Minsk

Bel

1936

SHUSTERMAN

Doba

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1923

SHUSTERMAN

Cvi

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1897

SHUSTERMAN

Batia

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1897

SHVETZ

Makhla

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

SLUCHAK

Jenda

Lyakhoviche

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1921

SLUCHAK

Yaakov

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1918

SLUCHAK

Moshe

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

SLUCHAK

Eliahu

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1920

SMOKLER

Pinchas

Slonim

Slonim

Now.

Poland

1902

SMOKLER

Inda

Lechovich

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1902

SOFER

Nechama

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Arje

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

SOFER

Arie

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1900

SOFER

Feiga

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Nakhum

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1904

SOFER

Noach

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Chaja

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Freidil

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Nachum

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Arie

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Yente

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Mosze

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Nachum

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Nachama

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Feiga

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1905

SOFER

Nehemja

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Feigel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Noa

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Nechama

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER

Chaja

Lechovich

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SOFER MOSZE

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

SOHPER

Shlomo

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1876

SOHPER

Shlomo

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1876

STEIN

Solomon

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

STOKOLSKI

Batia

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1908

STRUG

-

Bar.

Bar.

STRUGACZ

Chana

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1903

STRUGACZ

Yosef

Liachovitch

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1901

SZCZUPAK

Azriel

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1895

SZINOWLOGA

Meche

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1884

SZLIFSZTEIN

Wolf

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1882

SZMULEWICZ

Dwora

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

SZMULEWICZ

Chaim

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

SZMULEWICZ

Jhontan

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

SZMULEWICZ

Pinie

Bar.

Bar.

SZMULEWICZ

Chaja

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

SZOCHATOWICZ

Sara

Lechovich

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1915

SZOSTAK

Israel

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1913

SZOSTAK

Chaim

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1911

SZOSTAK

Cypa

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1912

SZOSTAK

Perla

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1891

SZOSTAK

Avraham

Lechovich

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1888

SZTEIN

Lebe

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1914

SZTEIN

Zalman

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1885

SZTEIN

Simcha

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1880

SZTEIN

Yudel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1900

SZTEJN

Rifka

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

SZTERN

Szlomo

Warsaw

Warszawa

Warszawa

Poland

1913

SZUCHATOWICZ

Chaim

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1917

SZUCHATOWICZ

Gitel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1923

SZUCHOTOWICZ

Siajndel

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1891

SZYNOWLOGA

Pini

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1917

SZYNOWLOGA

Hersz

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1913

SZYNOWLOGA

Bela

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1891

SZYNOWLOGA

Liba

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1921

SZYNOWLOGA

Mirjam

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1923

TABATSHNIK

Batia

Slonim

Slonim

Now.

Poland

1898

TARABOR

Rina

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1931

TARABOR

Shlomo

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1928

TARABOR

Khava

Lachowitz

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1908

TARABOR

Khaim

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1897

TENENBOYM

Ber

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1891

TIKOCHINSKI

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1898

TIKOCHINSKI

Khaia

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1925

TIKTINSKI

Josef

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1908

TOCOCINSKI

Jacob

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1800

TUKTINSKI

Yosef

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

TUKTINSKI

Lea

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1908

TZIRINSKI

Menukha

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1914

UNKNOWN

Isak

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1912

UNKNOWN

Etka

Pultusk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1900

VARSHEL

Tzila

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

VARSHEL

Rachel

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

VARSHEL

Khana

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

VARSHEL

Zelig

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

VARSHEL

Feiga

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

VEINGER

Kusiel

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1941

VINOGRAD

Yosef

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1915

VINOGRAD

Eliahu

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1913

VOLOKHIANSKI

Eliahu

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1907

VOLOKHIANSKI

Yosef

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

WACHSCHEL

Feiga

Bar.

Bar.

1882

WACHSEL

Iser

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1912

WACHSEL

Meri

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1918

WACHSEL

Cilla

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1920

WACHSEL

Zelik

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1914

WAJNSZTEJN

Rywka

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1922

WAJNSZTEJN

Efraim

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1882

WAJNSZTEJN

Eska

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1882

WARSHEL

Avraham

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

WARSHEL

Rakhel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

WARSHEL

Avraham

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

WARSZEL

Chana

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1914

WARSZEL

Abram

Lachowitz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

WARSZEL

Rachel

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1892

WARSZEL

Abram

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1885

WILCZYNSKI

Chana

Pultosk

Pultusk

Warszawa

Poland

1913

WINIK

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

WINIK

Sara

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1886

WINIK

Isak

Wilno

Wilno

Wilno

Poland

WINIK

Sara

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1892

WINIKOW

Kalman

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1880

WINOGRAD

Jochewed

Biten

Slonim

Now.

Poland

1911

WINOGRAD

Hirsh

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

WOLOCHUNSKI

Mojsze

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1910

WOLOCHWIANSKI

Nuchema

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1908

WOLOCHWIANSKI

Josef

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1905

WOLOCHWIANSKI

Eli

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1906

WOLOCHWIANSKY

Eliahu

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1908

WOLOCHWIANSKY

Josef

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1906

WOLOCHWIANSKY

Moshe

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1910

WONCHADLO

Dwora

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1902

YUZUK

Hirsz

L.

Pinsk

Polesie

Poland

1911

ZALTZ

Shlomo

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1911

ZAMOCHEK

Yisrael

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1921

ZAMOCHEK

Yisrael

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1921

ZELIKOVICH

Liya

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1908

ZELIKOVICH

Khaim

L.

Dzerzhinsk

Minsk

Bel

1930

ZILBERSCHTEIN

Elke

Stok

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1924

ZILBERSCHTEIN

Basche

Stok

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1918

ZILBERSHTEIN

Yaakov

Stok

Bar.

Bialystok

Poland

1926

ZIRINSKI

Menukha

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1914

ZMUDEK

Cipa

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1880

ZMUDIAK

Elka

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1893

ZMUDIAK

Yoel

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1912

ZMUDIAK

Elka

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1912

ZMUDIAK

Markus

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1900

ZMUDIAK

Mejrim

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1916

ZMUDIAK

Zelda

Lechovich

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1922

ZMUDIAK

Icchak

Lechovicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1887

ZMUDIAK

Sara

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1910

ZMUDZHAK

Golda

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1922

ZMUDZHAK

Ila

Lechowicz

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1897

ZMUDZHAK

Miriam

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1917

ZMUDZHAK

Eliahu

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1919

ZMUDZHAK

Yaakov

Lechovich

Bar.

Bar.

Poland

1922

ZMUDZHAK

Yitzkhak

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1895

ZMUDZHAK

Ila

L.

Bar.

Now.

Poland

1920

ZMUDZIAK

Ester

Bar.

Bar.

1908

ZUKHOVITZKI

Ester

L.

Bar.

Bar.

Poland









 

 


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The Katz Children of Pultusk and Lyakhovichi
by Deborah G. Glassman, 2008

We are Looking for Information on these Children

In 2005 as we set up the Lyakhovichi website, the webmaster was asked to assist in finding historical materials for a number of families. I realized suddenly at one point, that information being sought by two different families, each with an elderly Holocaust survivor, strongly overlapped. More investigation proved that the webmaster was given an opportunity available to few. To tell each, who thought that his entire extended family of siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, had all perished, that a close cousin had survived!

Now, you have the same opportunity. A man seeks information about the fate of his brothers and sisters who were in Lyakhovichi between 1939 and 1941. They may have escaped the fate of the rest of the community, by being in Soviet orphanages as the Germans rolled in. If you know anything about specific people, or anything about records related to Soviet orphanages, or about other records we can search, please help!

In September 1939, Peisach Katz and his wife Sara (nee Goldstein) were living in the Warsaw region in the town of Pultusk. Mr. Katz was a native of Horodenko and his wife was a native of Mlawa. The couple and their family of seven children lived on his income as a teacher in Pultusk – (a picture of him with a class of students before 1939 was seen after WW II was over). But in September 1939, a group of men was gathered up in the neighboring town of Wyszkow, by the Germans, including teacher Peisach Katz. It is known that this group was shot, though there is no individual witness to Peisach’s death.

His young widow, who was not in great health, and with seven children to care for, was handed the same insoluble dilemma shared by most Polish Jews. Where should she go, who could help her, where would her children be safe? Sara’s birth town of Mlawa was just as much part of Nazi-imprisoned Poland as the Warsaw district. But the unholy seeming treaty between Ribbentrop and Molotov, between the Nazis and the Soviets, put what might be a safer haven in her reach. If Sara Katz could transport herself and seven children into Soviet territory, they might survive.

She was around thirty six years old. Her children ranged in age from fourteen down to three. We don’t know the drama of her travel, how she fled a region across roads which were streaming with refugees and soldiers, but she arrived in Soviet territory and did not head for a big city, but for Lyakhovichi which had a strong, but not yet overwhelmed Jewish community to whom she could turn for help. According to her son who was eleven, she probably met the Soviet settlement requirements easily, - i.e. turn in your Polish passport and accept Soviet papers and obligations. She arrived in October 1939 and got a place to stay in the home of a Christian farmer who had a home on a long street that ran through the center of town. She had all seven children in that single room the first winter but by Spring, worrying and distress had taken their toll. In poor health she asked for assistance. In asking for food and resources from Soviet officials, she may not have realized that the Soviet system would begin placing the children in state-run facilities, government orphanages and training schools, which had replaced private ones of the Jewish and Christian religious communities. Spring of 1940. Her oldest son, Sholom born in Mlawa in 1925 stayed with her. Her next son Szymon born in Pultusk in 1926 was started in a state trade school in Grodno. Her next three children – Shlomo, Sima, Leah, were sent to an orphanage in Berezhno, near Mir. The youngest two – Rachel and Benjamin born in 1934 and 1936 were sent to an orphanage for younger children in Grodno. Later Rachel was old enough to be sent to an orphanage in Bialystok, but Benjamin remained in Grodno. These were the nearest places with space in the state-run orphanages. The children in those Soviet facilities were of all backgrounds and faiths, most being fatherless rather than missing both parents.

We know that Szymon made it home to his mother in June 1941, escaping the certain death in Grodno that would have been his. We also know, that Shlomo Katz who survived the war, did so by a unique happenstance. He and a little girl from the Berezhno orphanage were chosen to go to summer camp at Lake Naroch in Western Belarus. The group of campers included children of Soviet officials and so on June 22, 1941, as the war started, 200 children were put on a train for a destination 300 miles southeast of Moscow. Shlomo Katz, has been looking, since his return as a seventeen year old boy to Lyakhovichi in 1945, for information on his family. The farmer’s wife, who was Sara Katz’s landlady, told Shlomo that some of Sara's children had returned home before the Germans invaded and killed everyone. Shlomo took hope from the fact that the children’s names she remembered did not include the smallest ones, and also because she was not sure how long the older ones stayed.

In Lyakhovichi in 1945, Shlomo met the rest of the few Jewish survivors. Zalman Rabinowitz who had been in hiding, is remembered in the Yiskor book along with the Peker brothers, as having engineered an escape from the Nazi-built Ghetto in Lyakhovichi. Shlomo remembers meeting the Peker family as well. A Mr. Strugach also survived, and a total of eight people, including Shlomo, all got out of Lyakhovichi on the same train for Poland in 1945. Zalman Rabinowitz settled in Northern California and he stayed in touch with Shlomo for some time. Mr. Rabinowitz told young Shlomo that Strugach had settled in Canada.

Shlomo Katz began his search in 1945, going to Lyakhovichi itself. In 1952-1953, while stationed in Europe in the US Army he submitted information about his “missing” father, hoping that the Germans sent him to a labor camp. The record of this communication was held by the ITS and is at USHMM. He submitted Pages of Testimony for each of his family members to Yad Vashem. He submitted information to the USHMM and submitted information to the International Red Cross. He has written repeatedly to the International Tracing Service. He wrote to Minsk (office not specified) and got no response. He wrote to the mayor of Baranovichi who tried hard to be helpful. He placed Shlomo's letter in the local paper! Four people who read the Baranovichi posting, wrote to Shlomo with sympathies but no information. Shlomo wrote to Grodno and Bialystok, but was told there were no wartime records, the letter format suggests this was a standard formal response. He also wrote to Pultusk, and was pleasantly surprised that he could in fact get birth certificates for himself and his siblings, but the information was not relevant to his search for his family's fate.

Shlomo Katz (now Wilfred Kay) has also registered his family in the JewishGen’s Holocaust Registry. He has reported them on JewishGen's Missing Children website. He has placed his family’s info on the Jewish Family Finder. Perhaps you know someone whose history mirrors the report above or you know a Lyakhovichi Holocaust survivor who shared some info that might give us clues. Or perhaps you know someone who was in a Soviet orphanage in our area or who studies them, and can suggest other materials for us to use. We also wish to hear from people who can tell us of other survivors from our community; maybe one of them knew someone or was in communication with someone else who can help!

Finding Records of Jewish Children in Russian Orphanages in WWII
by Deborah Glassman, copyright 2008

In early March 2008, a man named Wilfred Kay (ne Shlomo Katz) contacted the Lyakhovichi shtetl website and asked for our help in finding his brothers and sisters, who like him, were placed in Russian orphanages by Soviet officials in 1940. Having used the ITS and Red Cross and many of the services of JewishGen, he wanted to get a letter out to the Belarus SIG and thought we could help and maybe make more people aware of his search on our pages, as well.

His story is now on our Holocaust pages [The Katz Children of Putlusk and Lyakhovichi ]but it led the webmaster to a specific line of investigation. What records were created about orphans in the Soviet system? Were the records that were created before and after WWII of Soviet orphanages, similar to those created during the war? Did any of these records still exist? Where should a searcher begin?

Perhaps, not surprisingly, there was not a great deal of English-language material on Soviet orphanages, and the material that there was dealt primarily with the social effects of having been an orphan rather than the records that were created related to each child. But I eventually found that a candidate for a doctorate from the University of Chicago’s history department wrote a dissertation on just that subject in 2006. The dissertation – “ ‘There Will Not Be Orphans Among Us’ ”: Soviet Orphanages, Foster Care, and Adoption, 1941-1956” was written by Rachel Faircloth Green. It gives the reader a lot of solid information, and gave this researcher many clues to records that may have been created in what was then the Belorussian SSR based on Dr. Green’s findings for other Soviet Republics, as well as specifics on records of the four central organizations in charge of Soviet orphanage life.

This is a complicated subject which Dr. Green approached in three hundred pages. My short article, here, has a much simpler end-goal than explaining this nuanced subject in depth. My hope is that if we start discussing the basics, more specific records will emerge from more archives. Three quarters of a million Soviet children moved through the orphanage system in the 1940s, many of them children of an impoverished parent or parents rather than initially “orphans” in the American sense. Because the Soviet system presumed itself to be free of religious and racial bias, children of all faiths and backgrounds were in the same system, and in a strange quirk of fate, Jewish children are reported in many instances, to have survived in orphanages while their siblings and parents perished in the Nazi onslaught. The Soviets were sometimes able to evacuate orphanages to safer inland territory, even though official government policy made the movement of military personel and goods its primary concern. And finally, children who survived the war in Soviet orphanages, often emerged into a workplace and social environment that found their orphanage years a permanent disability, as orphanage and juvenile detention were often synonymous. This meant, not only a permanent discomfort in Soviet life, but a record reflecting that “original” orphanage residence, was created.

Basically, four organizations made decisions about the children in orphanages.
  • Children who were found outside of orphanages, i.e. those old enough to try making their way back home during the war, or living on the streets generally – were picked up by the NKVD and transferred to receiving centers run by the NKVD for up to a month. The NKVD centers concentrated on processing the children, getting them fed and out of the cold, and finding permanent housing in a state facility or returning them to their legal guardians. The NKVD receiving centers (later run by the Ministry of Internal Affairs – MVD) located these stations in train stations and market places in major cities.

  • Children under three were under the jurisdiction of Narkomzdrav which was the Commissariat of Health. This organization though specifically responsible for small children, was also responsible for the health of all children in all orphanages.

  • Children aged four – fourteen were under the jurisdiction of Narkompros, Commissariat of Enlightenment.

  • Children older than fourteen were under the jurisdiction of the Chief Administration of Labor Reserves which sent them to trade schools or put them to work on collective farms. Later this was called the Ministry of Labor Reserves but both incarnations assigned “graduated” students to permanent jobs. Children coming out of orphanages were often separately notated in the records of the Labor Reserves.

Local departments of education also had some responsibility and orphanage children were usually in regular schools but separate classes. During the war additional jurisdictions were created. The Party Control Commission of the Central Committee, was asked to inspect orphanages between 1943 and 1949. Volunteerism by organization like Komsomol was highly encouraged and the Russian equivalent of women’s groups also participated in providing food, clothing, and linens, for orphanage children.

The records of those four main organizations listed above are in the Russian archives - Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Rossiskoi Federatsii (usually abbreviated in scholarly papers as GARF). Each of the archival fonds related to them is cited in other current dissertations and research projects and so all presumably remain open to American researchers in 2008.

Do you know anyone working with these archives who can help us find out more about Lyakhovichi children in the orphanage system? Do you know of comparable records created in Minsk, Brest, or Baranovichi (the Belorussian SSR’s national capital and state administrative center and district seat)? Are you working with a group that could do an index of such records as a new Holocaust Resource? Share your findings, your tips, and you enrich an entire research community, including all who had family members in the Soviet Union as World War II was fought.

Relatives of Victims of the Holocaust
Alphabetized by the name of the Relative
Victims are surnamed A-E

Relatives Surnamed A thru Z of Victims Surnamed A-E

Relative’s Surname

Name

Relation to Primary

Primary’s Surname

Primary’s First Name

Birth year o Primary

ABRAMOVICH

Abraham

Fthr

ABRAMOVICH

David

1913 

ABRAMOVICH

Chashke

Mthr

ABRAMOVICH

David

1913 

ABRAMOVICH

Abram

Fthr

ABRAMOVICH

Nota

1892 

ABRAMOVICH

Schifre

Mthr

ABRAMOVICH

Nota

1892 

ABRAMOWICZ

Yosef

sp

ABRAMOWICZ

Reizel

1905 

AJZENBERG

Mikhael

Sp

AJZENBERG
/EIZENBERG

Dewora

1896

ALTMAN

Jeuda

sp.

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Peiril

1892

ALTMAN

Avraham

Son

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Peiril

1892

ALTMAN

Jeuda

Fthr

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Yitzkhak

1921

ALTMAN

Peiril

Mthr

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Ytzkhak

1921

ALTMAN

Avraham

Bro

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Ytzkhak

1921

ALTMAN

Jeuda

Fthr

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Sara

1918

ALTMAN

Peiril

Mthr

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Sara

1918

ALTMAN

Avraham

Bro

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Sara

1918

ALTMAN

Jeuda

Fthr

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Szmuel

1915

ALTMAN

Peiril

Mthr

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Szmuel

1915

ALTMAN

Avraham

Bro

ALTMAN
Lechowitz-Volyn

Szmuel

1915

ANDRUSEJA

Matitjahu

Sp

ANDRUSEJA

Szifra

 

ANGELOVICZ

Sara

Mthr

ANGELOVICZ

Yisroel

1924 

ANGELOVITZ

Yitzkhak

Fthr

ANGELOVITZ 

Yaakov

1909 

ANGELOVITZ

Brakha

Mthr

ANGELOVITZ 

Yaakov

1909 

ANGELOVITZ

Ester

Sis

ANGELOVITZ 

Yaakov

1909 

ANGELOVITZ

Yitzkhak

Fthr

ANGELOVITZ

Zysla

1922 

ANGELOVITZ

Brakha

Mthr

ANGELOVITZ

Zysla

1922 

ANGELOVITZ

Gedalia

Bro

ANGELOWIC

Aron

1880 

ANGELOVITZ

Gedalia

Dep

ANGELOWIC

Sara

c1934

ANGELOVITZ

Gedalia

Bro

ANGELOWIC

Berl

1899 

ANGELOVITZ

Gedalia

Bro

ANGELOWIC

Rachel

1912 

ANGELOVITZ

Noakh

Fthr

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Michla

1890 

ANGELOVITZ

Maria

Mthr

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Michla

1890 

ANGELOVITZ

Gedalia

Bro

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Michla

1890 

ANGELOWIC

Noakh

Fthr

ANGELOWIC

Aron

1880 

ANGELOWIC

Mery

Mthr

ANGELOWIC

Aron

1880 

ANGELOWIC

Berl Dov

Fthr

ANGELOWIC

Sara

c1934

ANGELOWIC

Noakh

Fthr

ANGELOWIC

Berl

1899 

ANGELOWIC

Mery

Mthr

ANGELOWIC

Berl

1899 

ANGELOWIC

Noakh Simkha

Child

ANGELOWIC

Berl

1899 

ANGELOWIC

Noakh

Fthr

ANGELOWIC

Rachel

1912 

ANGELOWIC

Mery

Mthr

ANGELOWIC

Rachel

1912 

ANGELOWICZ

Eliezer

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

1888 

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

1888 

ANGELOWICZ

Miriam

sp

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

1888 

ANGELOWICZ

Icchok

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

1920 

ANGELOWICZ

Bracha 

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

1920 

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Hinda

1916 

ANGELOWICZ

Miriam

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Hinda

1916 

ANGELOWICZ

Boruch

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Motel

1915 

ANGELOWICZ

Sara

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Motel

1915 

ANGELOWICZ

Eliezer

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

1888 

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

1888 

ANGELOWICZ

Miriam

Sp

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

1888 

ANGELOWICZ

Eliezer

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Icchok

1882 

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Icchok

1882 

ANGELOWICZ

Bracha

Sp

ANGELOWICZ

Icchok

1882 

ANGELOWICZ

Icchok

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Fruma 

1920 

ANGELOWICZ

Bracha 

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Fruma 

1920 

ANGELOWICZ

Eliezer

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Boruch

1884 

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Boruch

1884 

ANGELOWICZ

Sara

Sp

ANGELOWICZ

Boruch

1884 

ANGELOWICZ

Icchok

Sp

ANGELOWICZ

Bracha 

1882 

ANGELOWICZ

Boruch

Sp

ANGELOWICZ

Sara

1886 

ANGELOWICZ

Yakov

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

1924 

ANGELOWICZ

Sara

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

1924 

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

Fthr

ANGELOWICZ

Zisel

1918 

ANGELOWICZ

Miriam

Mthr

ANGELOWICZ

Zisel

1918 

ANGELOWICZ

Eliezer

Dep

ANGILOWICZ

Jakob

1926

ANGELOWICZ

Yaakov

Fthr

ANGILOWICZ

Zisa

1920

ANGELOWICZ

Sara

Mthr

ANGILOWICZ

Zisa

1920

ANGELOWICZ

Eliezer

Dep

ANGILOWICZ

Zisa

1920

ANGILAVICH

Yitzkhak

Fthr

ANGILAVICH

Yaakov

1910

ANGILAVICH

Brakha

Mthr

ANGILAVICH

Yaakov

1910

ANGILOWICZ

Jakob

Fthr

ANGILOWICZ

Jakob

1926

ANGILOWICZ

Sara

Mthr

ANGILOWICZ

Jakob

1926

ARONOVITCH

Mery

Mthr

ANGELOWIC

Berl

1899 

ARONOVITCH

Mery

Mthr

ANGELOWIC

Rachel

1912 

ASHPIZ

Moshe

Dep

AJZENBERG
/EIZENBERG

Dewora

1896

AVISHAY

Ester

Sis

ANGELOVITZ 

Yaakov

1909 

BADER

Zlata

Mthr

BADER

Isak

1878 

BADER

Brakha

Sp

BADER

Isak

1878 

BADER

Yitzhak Yosef

Alt name

BADER

Isak

1878 

BADER

Yitzhak

Fthr

BADER 

Joszu

1900 

BADER

Brakha

Mthr

BADER 

Joszu

1900 

BADER

Rakhel Barman

Sp

BADER 

Joszu

1900 

BALLEEN

Meshka

Sp

BALLEEN

Simcha

1903 

BARMAN

Rakhel Feiga

Sp

BADER 

Joszu

1900 

BARMAN

Moshe

Sp

BARMAN

Tova Gizela

1906 

BARMAN

Natan

child

BARMAN

Tova Gizela

1906 

BARMAN
/BERMAN

Eizick

Fthr

BARMAN/
BERMAN

Berl/ Bril

c1907

NEW

BARMAN/
BERMAN

Rachel

Mthr

BARMAN
/BERMAN

Berl/ Bril

c1907

NEW

BARMAN/
BERMAN

Azick

Fthr

BARMAN/
BERMAN

Feigel

c1903

BARMAN/
BERMAN

Rachel

Mthr

BARMAN/
BERMAN

Feigel

c1903

BARMAN
/BERMAN

Eizick

Fthr

BARMAN
/BERMAN

Male 21 years

c1921

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feiga

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pinchas

1913 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Rasza

Sp

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pinchas

1913 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Zundel

Fthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Chaim

1909 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feiga

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Chaim

1909 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Zundel

Fthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Josef

1900 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feiga

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Josef

1900 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feiga

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pinchas/Pinie

1913 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feiga

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pinchas

1911 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Zundel

Fthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Iosef

1892 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feiga

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Iosef

1892 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Zundel

Fthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Refael

1903 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feiga

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Refael

1903 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Yekutiel

Sp

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Guta

1911 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Zundel

Fthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pope Refael Borye

1904 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feiga

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pope Refael Borye

1904 

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Zundel

Sp

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feigel

1866 

BARZILAI

Mordekhai

Son

EIZENBERG
/IZENBERG

Hinda Rakhel

1870 

BARZILAI

Mordekhai

Bro

EIZENBERG
/IZENBERG

Khaim

1898 

BAS

Avraham

Sp

BAS

Chawa

1905 

BAS

Guta

Child

BAS

Chawa

1905 

BASEL /
BOSLE

Shmuel

Sp

BASEL/
BOSLE/
BUSEL

Sera  /Sara

c1867

BECKERMAN

Elijah

Sp

BECKERMAN

Feiga

1909 

BEDER

Yitzhak Yosef

Sp

BEDER
/BADER

Bracha

1869 

BELIC

Moshe

Sp

BELIC (Sima Belin?)

Sima 

1907 

BELIN

-

Alt name

BALLEEN

Simcha

1903 

BELIN

Shimon

Sp

BELIN/
BALIN

Drezi

1905 

BELIN

Yaakov

Fthr

BELIN/
BALIN

Simon

1901 

BELIN

Golda

Mthr

BELIN/
BALIN

Simon

1901 

BELIN

Dreiza Mlovitzki

Sp

BELIN/
BALIN

Simon

1901 

BELIN

Golda

Mthr

BELIN

Mojsze

1904 

BELIN

Sima

Sp

BELIN

Mojsze

1904 

BEN YITZKHAK

Pesia

Sis

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Sara

1902 

BER

Dan

Dep

ANGELOVITZ

Zysla

1922 

BER

Dan

Dep

ANGELOVITZ

Zysla

1922 

BERGER

Josef

Fthr

BELFER

Michla

 c1926

BERK

Myer

Son

BERKOWICZ

Boruch

1886 

BERKOWICZ

Avraham

Fthr

BERKOWICZ

Boruch

1886 

BERKOWICZ

Grunia

Mthr

BERKOWICZ

Boruch

1886 

BERKOWICZ

Sara Feiga

Sp

BERKOWICZ

Boruch

1886 

BERKOWICZ

Rakhel

Mthr

BERKOWICZ

Menakhem Mendel

1890 

BIRGER

Yudel /Yuri

Fthr

BERGER/ BIRGER

Samuil

1890 

BIRGER

Sheina

Mthr

BIRGER

Samuil

1890 

BIRGER

Tera

Sp

BIRGER

Samuil

1890 

BIRGER

Josef

Sp

BIRGER

Chaia

1875 

BIRGER

Arie

Son

BIRGER

Chaia

1875 

BIRGER

Gedalia

Fthr

BIRGER

Josef

1878 

BIRGER

Sheina

Mthr

BIRGER

Josef

1878 

BIRGER

Chaia

Sp

BIRGER

Josef

1878 

BIRGER

Miriam

Mthr

BIRGER

Eliezer

1890 

BIRGER

Helene

Sp

BIRGER

Eliezer

1890 

BIRGER

Josef

Fthr

BIRGER

Hilel

1905 

BIRGER

Arie

Bro

BIRGER

Hilel

1905 

BIRGER

Josef

Fthr

BIRGER

Rubin

1912 

BIRGER

Arie

Bro

BIRGER

Rubin

1912 

BLAN

-

Alt name

BALLEEN

Simcha

1903 

BLEZOWZKI

David

Sp

BLEZOWZKI

Khaia Sara

1904 

BLEZOWZKI

Mordekhai Zeev

Child

BLEZOWZKI

Khaia Sara

1904 

BLEZOWZKI

Yitzkhak Leib

Child

BLEZOWZKI

Khaia Sara

1904 

BODANSKI

Aron

Sp

BODANSKI

Itke

1885 

BOGHIN

Yosef

Sp

BOGIN/ BOGHIN

Hana Ita

1874 

BOGIN-
ZOLTAK

Ber

Dep

BOGIN/ BOGHIN

Hana Ita

1874

BOKIN

Reizel

Maiden name

ABRAMOWICZ

Reizel

1905 

BOKIN

Yosef

Fthr

ABRAMOWICZ

Reizel

1905 

BOKIN

Elka Chalka

Mthr

ABRAMOWICZ

Reizel

1905 

BOKIN

Dov

brother

ABRAMOWICZ

Reizel

1905 

BOKIN

Dov

Dep

ABRAMOWICZ

Lea

c1931

(NEW)

BOKIN

Reizel

Mthr

ABRAMOWICZ

Lea

c1931

BORISHANSKI

Yosef

Fthr

BORISHANSKI

Not Given

1927 

BORISHANSKI

Sara

Mthr

BORISHANSKI

Not Given

1927 

BORISHANSKI

Yosef

Fthr

BORISHANSKI

-

1931 

BORISHANSKI

Sara

Mthr

BORISHANSKI

-

1931 

BORISHANSKI

Yosef

Fthr

BORISHANSKI

A boy

1933 

BORISHANSKI

Sara

Mthr

BORISHANSKI

A boy

1933 

BORISHANSKI

Yosef

Fthr

BORISHANSKI

-

1935 

BORISHANSKI

Sara

Mthr

BORISHANSKI

-

1935 

BORISHANSKI

Yosef

Fthr

BORISHANSKI

-

1929 

BORISHANSKI

Sara

Mthr

BORISHANSKI

-

1929 

BORUCHOWITZ

Yitzkhak

Sp

BORUCHOWITZ

Hoda

1886 

BRENNER

Harold

Bro-in-law

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pinchas

1913 

BREVDA

David

Sp

BREVDA

Khana Mera

c1887

BREVDA

David

Fthr

BREVDA

Moshe Shimshon

c1923

BREVDA

Khana Mera

Mthr

BREVDA

Moshe Shimshon

c1923

BREVDA

Not Given

Sp

EIZENBERG
/IZENBERG

Khaim

1898 

BREWDE

Bentzion

Fthr

BREWDE

Mirl

1920 

BREWDE

Sheina

Mthr

BREWDE

Mirl

1920 

BRIMBERG

Rakhel

Mthr

BRIMBERG

Risea

1920 

BRIMBERG

Moshe

Son

BRIMBERG / BRYMBERG

Roszka Rakhel

1887 

BRIMBERG

Moshe

Bro

BRIMBERG/ BRYMBERG

Rysia

1920 

BRYMBERG

Zelig

Fthr

BRIMBERG/ BRYMBERG

Rysia

1920 

BRYMBERG

Rakhel

Mthr

BRIMBERG/ BRYMBERG

Rysia

1920 

BUDOWLIA

Yitzhak

Fthr

BUDOWLIA

Noah

 

BUDOWLIA

Noah

Fthr

BUDOWLIA

Avraham Moshe

 - N,

BUDOWLIA

Rashe

Mthr

BUDOWLIA

Avraham Moshe

 -

BUDOWLIA

Yitzhak

Fthr

BUDOWLIA

Noah

 

BUDOWLIA

Yitzhak

Fthr

BUDOWLIA 

Avraham Moshe

 

BUKSHPAN

Dov

Sp

BUKSHPAN

Khaia

c1890

BUKSHPAN

Tzila

Dep

BUKSHPAN

Khaia

c1890

BUKSHPAN

Dov

Fthr

BUKSHPAN

Yekhiel

1926 

BUKSHPAN

Khaia

Mthr

BUKSHPAN

Yekhiel

1926 

BUKSHPAN

Dov

Fthr

BUKSZPAN

Yekhiel

1926 

BUKSHPAN

Khaia

Mthr

BUKSZPAN

Yekhiel

1926 

BUKSHPAN

Dov

Sp

BUKSZPAN

Khaia

1890 

BUKSZPAN

Tzila

Dep

BREVDA

Khana Mera

 c1887

BUKSZPAN

Tzila

Dep

BREVDA

Moshe Shimshon

 c1923

BUKSZPAN

Mina

Maiden name

CYRYNSKA/
TSIRINSKI

Mina Menukha

1914 

BUKSZPAN

Dov

Fthr

CYRYNSKA/
TSIRINSKI

Mina Menukha

1914 

BUKSZPAN

Khaia

Mthr

CYRYNSKA/
TSIRINSKI

Mina Menukha

1914 

BUKSZPAN

Mina

Maiden name

TZIRINSKI

Menukha

1914

BUKSZPAN

Dov

Fthr

TZIRINSKI

Menukha

1914 

BUKSZPAN

Khaia

Mthr

TZIRINSKI

Menukha

1914 

BUKSZPAN

Tzila

Sis

TZIRINSKI

Menukha

1914 

BUKSZPAN

Dov

Fthr

ZIRINSKI/
TZIRINSKI

Menukha

1914 

BUKSZPAN

Khaia

Mthr

ZIRINSKI/
TZIRINSKI

Menukha

1914 

BURSZTYN

Volf

Fthr

BURSHTIN/ BURSZTYN

Blumka 

 

BURSZTYN

Khaia Rive

Mthr

BURSHTIN/ BURSZTYN

Blumka 

 :

BURSZTYN

Volf

Fthr

BURSHTIN/ BURSZTYN

Mottel

 

BURSZTYN

Khaia Rive

Mthr

BURSHTIN/ BURSZTYN

Mottel

 

BUSEL

Noakh

Fthr

BUSEL / BOSLE

Eliahu

1878 

BUSEL

Khana Hinda

Mthr

BUSEL / BOSLE

Eliahu

1878 

BUTLENSKI

Nakhum

Sp

BUTLENSKI

Mariem

1902 

BUTLENSKI

Rivka

Child

BUTLENSKI

Mariem

1902 

BUTLENSKI

Rakhel

Child

BUTLENSKI

Mariem

1902 

BUTLENSKI

Nekhama

Child

BUTLENSKI

Mariem

1902 

CHAJET

Yakov

Child

CHAJET

Mosze

1898 

CHAJET

Azriel

Child

CHAJET

Mosze

1898 

CHAJET

Lea

Child

CHAJET

Mosze

1898 

CIRULNIK

Henia

Mthr

BUDOWLIA

Noah

 

CIRULNIK

Henia

Mthr

BUDOWLIA

Noah

 

CIRULNIK

Henia

Mthr

BUDOWLIA 

Avraham Moshe

 

Community

-

-

DOLGOPIATY

Masza /Masha

1890 

CUTUN/
KOTON

Khanania

Fthr

CUTUN/
KOTON

Ithok

1904 

CYRYNSKI/
TSIRINSKI

Tzvi

Fthr

CYRYNSKI/
TZIRINSKI

Mowsza

1913 

CYRYNSKI/
TSIRINSKI

Guta

Mthr

CYRYNSKI/
TZIRINSKI

Mowsza

1913 

CYRYNSKI/
TSIRINSKI

Natan

Sp

CYRYNSKA/
TSIRINSKI

Mina Menukha

1914 

CZERNIAK

David

Fthr

CZERNIAK

Zlata

1921 

CZERNIAK

Bluma

Mthr

CZERNIAK

Zlata

1921 

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

David

Sp

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Michla

1890 

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Sara

Child

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Michla

1890 

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Pesia

Child

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Michla

1890 

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Lea

Child

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Michla

1890 

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Rakhel

Child

DITKOWSKI
/DITKOVSKI

Michla

1890 

DITKOWSKY

Yudel

Fthr

DITKOWSKY
/DITKOVSKI

Shlomo

1923 

DOKUCZLIWY

Yitzkhak

Sp

DOKUCZLIWY

Bajle

1875 

DUBINSKI

Hadasa

Mthr

DUBINSKI

Eliezer

1914 

DUBINSKI

Hadasa

Mthr

DUBINSKI

Awraham

1912 

DUBOVSKI

Tzvi

Son

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Lea

1890 

DUBOVSKI

Tzvi

Son

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Alter

1884 

DUBOVSKI / DUBOWSKI

David

Fthr

DUBOVSKI / DUBOWSKI

Shalom

1908 

DUBOVSKI / DUBOWSKI

Rivka

Child

DUBOVSKI / DUBOWSKI

Shalom

1908 

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Alter

Sp

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Lea

1890 

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Yaakov

Fthr

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Alter

1884 

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Sara

Mthr

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Alter

1884 

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Lea

Sp

DUBOWSKI / DUBOVSKI

Alter

1884 

DUNSKI/ DINSKI

Shoshana

Daughter

EFRAIMSKI

Sheina

1904 

DUNSKI/ DINSKI

Shoshana

Daughter

EFRAIMSKI 

Avraham

1900 

EFRAIMSKI

Avraham

Sp

EFRAIMSKI

Sheina

1904 

EFRAIMSKI

Khana

Mthr

EFRAIMSKI 

Avraham

1900 

EFRAIMSKI

Sheina

Sp

EFRAIMSKI 

Avraham

1900 

EGNER

Sara

Dep

BADER

Joszu

1900 

EIZENBERG

Yehuda Leib

Fthr

EIZENBERG
/IZENBERG

Khaim

1898 

EIZENBERG

Hinda Rakhel

Mthr

EIZENBERG
/IZENBERG

Khaim

1898 

EPSHTEIN

David

Dep

BOSAK

Avraham

1924 

EPSHTEIN

David

Dep

BREVDA

Tzipora

1924 

EPSHTEIN

David

Dep

BURSHTEIN

Magdalena

1923 

EPSHTEIN

David

Bro

EPSHTEIN

Etlia

1929 

EPSHTEIN

Motl

Fthr

EPSHTEIN

Etlia

1929 

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

Mthr

EPSHTEIN

Etlia

1929 

EPSHTEIN

Alter

Fthr

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

1898

EPSHTEIN

Keila

Mthr

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

1898

EPSHTEIN

David

Son

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

1898

EPSHTEIN

Motl

Sp

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

1898

EPSHTEIN

Khaia

Maiden name

EPSHTEIN

Khaia

1920 

EPSHTEIN

Motl

Fthr

EPSHTEIN

Khaia

1920 

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

Mthr

EPSHTEIN

Khaia

1920 

EPSHTEIN

Yaakov

Sp

EPSHTEIN

Khaia

1920 

EPSHTEIN

David

Bro

EPSHTEIN

Khaia

1920 

EPSHTEIN

Yisrael

Fthr

EPSHTEIN

Motl

1896 

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

Mthr

EPSHTEIN

Motl

1896 

EPSHTEIN

David

Son

EPSHTEIN

Motl

1896 

EPSHTEIN

David

Dep

EPSHTEIN

Bela

1924 

EPSHTEIN

Yisrael

Fthr

EPSHTEIN

Yosef

1896 

EPSHTEIN

David

Dep

EPSHTEIN

Yosef

1896 

EPSHTEIN

David

Grandson

EPSHTEIN

Yisrael

1881 

EPSHTEIN

Zaidel

Fthr

EPSHTEIN

Alter

1878 

EPSHTEIN

David

Grandson

EPSHTEIN

Alter

1878 

EPSHTEIN

David

Bro

EPSHTEIN

Sheina

1927 New

EPSHTEIN

Motl

Fthr

EPSHTEIN

Sheina

1927

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

Mthr

EPSHTEIN

Sheina

1927

EPSHTEIN

Motl

Fthr

EPSHTEIN

Keila

1942

New

EPSHTEIN

Eshka

Mthr

EPSHTEIN

Keila

1942

EPSHTEIN

David

Bro

EPSHTEIN

Keila

1942

EPSZTAJN

Khaim

Fthr

EPSZTAJN

Shmuel Yehezkel

1883 

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Khaia Perel

Child

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Sara

1902 

EPSZTAJN

Sara

Mthr

EPSZTAJN

Shmuel Yehezkel

1883 

EPSZTAJN

Meir

Son

EPSZTAJN

Shmuel Yehezkel

1883 

EPSZTAJN

Sara

child

EPSZTAJN

Shmuel Yehezkel

1883 

EPSZTAJN

Khaim

Fthr

EPSZTAJN

Yosef

1880 

EPSZTAJN

Sara

Mthr

EPSZTAJN

Yosef

1880 

EPSZTAJN

Meir

Nephew

EPSZTAJN

Yosef

1880 

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Not given

Sp

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Sara

1902 

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Rakhel

Child

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Sara

1902 

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Mordekhai

Child

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Sara

1902 

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Noakh

Child

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Sara

1902 

FAINSHTEIN

Itke

Maiden name

BODANSKI

Itke

1885 

FAINSHTEIN

Moishe

Fthr

BODANSKI

Itke

1885 

FAINSHTEIN

Sore Mera

Mthr

BODANSKI

Itke

1885 

FAYNSHTEIN

Sofia

Dep

BODANSKI

Itke

1885 

FEINBERG

Tauba

Sis

BUSEL / BOSLE

Eliahu

1878 

FRIDSHTEIN

Kreina

Mthr

AJZENBERG
/EIZENBERG

Dewora

1896

GAVZE

Shmuel

Fthr

BEDER

/BADER

Bracha

1869 

GAVZE

Rakhel

Mthr

BEDER
/BADER

Bracha

1869 

GOLD

Nekhama

Dep

BARMAN

Tova Gizela

1906 

GOLD

Nekhama

Dep

CECHANOWIZ/ CHECKANOVITZ

Rivka 

1888 

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Dep

BREVDA

Khana Mera

 c1887

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Dep

BREVDA

Moshe Shimshon

 c1923

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Dep

BUKSHPAN

Khaia

c1890

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Dep

BUKSHPAN

Yekhiel

1926 

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Dep

BUKSZPAN

Chaja

-

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Dep

BUKSZPAN

Yekhiel

1926 

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Daughter

BUKSZPAN

Khaia

1890 

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Sis

CYRYNSKA/
TSIRINSKI

Mina Menukha

1914 

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Sis

TZIRINSKI

Menukha

1914 

GOLDSHTEIN

Tzila

Sis

ZIRINSKI/
TZIRINSKI

Menukha

1914 

HELDBERG

Khana

Dep

CHEJFEC/
KHEFETZ

Rajzel

1890 

HOKHMAN

Genya

Dep

DOKUCZLIWY

Bajle

1875 

IELKIN

Yakov

Dep

BUSEL / BOSLE

Vera

1908 

IERUSHALMI

Khaia

Sis

ANGELOVICZ

Yisroel

1924 

IERUSHALMI

Khaia

Sis

ANGELOWICZ

Yaakov

1895 

IKHT

Lea Chajet

Child

CHAJET

Mosze

1898 

JOSEPHSON

Dora

Sis

DITKOWSKY
/DITKOVSKI

Shlomo

1923 

KAGAN

Yitzkhak

Dep

BELFER

Michla

c1926

KAGAN

Rivka

Maiden name

CECHANOWIZ/ CHECKANOVITZ

Rivka 

1888 

KAGAN

Zeev

Fthr

CECHANOWIZ/ CHECKANOVITZ

Rivka 

1888 

KAGAN

Nekhama Raicha

Mthr

CECHANOWIZ/ CHECKANOVITZ

Rivka 

1888 

KOTON

Not Given

Son
/Dep

KUTON
/KOTON

Yicchak

1904

KRUP

Mina

Grnddter

BASEL / BOSLE/ BUSEL

Sera  /Sara

c1867

KUTON
/KOTON

Ester Pasha

Sp

KUTON
/KOTON

Yicchak

1904

LAUTZKER

Sara

Dep

DUBINSKI

Eliezer

1914 

LAUTZKER

Sara

Dep

DUBINSKI

Awraham

1912 

LEJZEROWICZ

Larry

Dep

BURSHTIN/
BURSZTYN

Blumka 

 

LEJZEROWICZ

Larry

Dep

BURSHTIN/
BURSZTYN

Mottel

 

LEKHOVICER

Bajle

Maiden name

DOKUCZLIWY

Bajle

1875 

LEKHOVITZKI

Sara

Maiden name

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Sara

1902 

LEKHOVITZKI

Yitzhak Yona

Fthr

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Sara

1902 

LEKHOVITZKI

Tamar

Mthr

EPSZTEIN/
EPSHTEIN

Sara

1902 

LESSER

Larry

Dep

BURSHTIN/ BURSZTYN

Blumka 

 

LESSER

Larry

Dep

BURSHTIN/ BURSZTYN

Mottel

 

 

LEV

Arie

Dep

ANDRUSEJA

Szifra

LEVIN

Nathan

Fthr

BARMAN

Tova Gizela

1906 

LEVIN

Miriam

Mthr

BARMAN

Tova Gizela

1906 

LIBMAN

Sara

Sis

BRIMBERG

Risea

1920 

LIBMAN

Sara

Daughter

BRIMBERG

Roschke 

1880 

LITMAN

Mordekhai

Fthr

BARMAN
/BERMAN

Brakha 

1890 

LOTZ

Yosef Yokhana

Dep

EPSHTEIN

Sima

1878 

MALOWICKI

Raicha

Mthr

BUKSZPAN

Khaia

1890 

MALOWICKI

Khaia

Maiden name

BUKSZPAN

Khaia

1890 

MELNIK

Noakh Ela

Dep

BREVDA

Mercha

 c1877

MELNIK

Noakh Ela

Dep

BREVDA

Mercha

 c1877

MELNIK

Noakh

Dep

CUKIERNIK/
TSUKERNIK

Dvora

1870 

MELNIK

Noakh

Dep

TSUKERNIK

Dvora

1870 

MIKHLIN

Noakh

Fthr

BREVDA

Mercha

 c1877

MIKHLIN

Miklya

Mthr

BREVDA

Mercha

 c1877

MIKHLIN

Noakh

Fthr

BREVDA

Mercha

 c1877

MIKHLIN

Miklya

Mthr

BREVDA

Mercha

 c1877

MIKHLIN

Noakh

Fthr

CUKIERNIK/
TSUKERNIK

Dvora

1870 

MIKHLIN

Mikhlya

Mthr

CUKIERNIK/
TSUKERNIK

Dvora

1870 

MIKHLIN

Noakh

Fthr

TSUKERNIK

Dvora

1870 

MIKHLIN

Mikhlya

Mthr

TSUKERNIK

Dvora

1870 

MIKHLINA

Dvora

Maiden name

CUKIERNIK/
TSUKERNIK

Dvora

1870 

MLOVITZKI

Mordekhai

Fthr

BELIN / BALIN

Drezi

1905 

MLOVITZKI

Dreiza

Sp

BELIN / BALIN

Simon

1901 

MLOVITZKI

Roszka Rakhel

Maiden name

BRIMBERG/
BRYMBERG

Roszka Rakhel

1887 

MLOVITZKI

Shmuel

Fthr

BRIMBERG/
BRYMBERG

Roszka Rakhel

1887 

MLOVITZKI

Raicha

Mthr

BRIMBERG/
BRYMBERG

Roszka Rakhel

1887 

MLOVITZKY

Khaia

Maiden name

BUKSHPAN

Khaia

c1890

MLOVITZKY

Alter

Fthr

BUKSHPAN

Khaia

c1890

MUKASEI

Lea

Maiden name

DUBOWSKI/
DUBOVSKI

Lea

1890 

MUKASEI

Tzvi

Fthr

DUBOWSKI/
DUBOVSKI

Lea

1890 

MUKASEI

Rakhel

Mthr

DUBOWSKI/
DUBOVSKI

Lea

1890 

MUKASEI

Lea

Sp

DUBOWSKI/
DUBOVSKI

Alter

1884 

ORENBAKH

Mikhael

Dep

BIRGER

Samuil

1890 

OSTROMETZKI

Shmuel

Dep

CHAZANOWICZ

Yehudit 

1903 

PAKTER

Avraham

Dep

CUTUN/
KOTON

Ithok

1904 

PALGON

Gary

Dep

BALLEEN

Simcha

1903 

PRESSMAN

Naomi

Sp

EPSZTAJN

Shmuel Yehezkel

1883 

RABINOVICH

Charles

Dep

ABRAMOVICH

David

1913 

RABINOVICH

Charles

Dep

ABRAMOVICH

Nota

1892 

RABINOVITZ

Shoshana

Sp

DUBOVSKI / DUBOWSKI

Shalom

1908 

RABINOVITZ

Meir

Dep

DUBOVSKI / DUBOWSKI

Shalom

1908 

RABINOWITZ

Yosef

Fthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Dinka Feiga

1866 

RABINOWITZ

Batia

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Dinka Feiga

1866  name

RABINOWITZ

Feiga

Maiden name

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feigel

1866 

RABINOWITZ

Yosef

Fthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feigel

1866 

RABINOWITZ

Batia

Mthr

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feigel

1866 

RACHEVITZ

Rivka

Grnddtr

BUSEL / BOSLE

Genia

c1870

RASKIND

Felice

Dep

BECKERMAN

Feiga

1909 

REZNIK

Tzipora

Dep

CHISIN

Noach

1890 

ROZENBERG

Mina

Dep

BELIC
(Sima Belin?)

Sima 

1907 

ROZENBERG

Mina

Dep

BELIN/
BALIN

Drezi

1905 

ROZENBERG

Menukha

Dep

BELIN/
BALIN

Simon

1901 

ROZENBERG

Mina

Dep

BELIN

Mojsze

1904 

ROZENBERG

Mina

Dep

BUTLENSKI

Mariem

1902 

RUVNITZ

Alter

Dep

BERKOWICZ

Menakhem Mendel

1890 

SCHNEIDMAN

Helene

Sp

BIRGER

Eliezer

1890 

SEGALOWICZ

Stefania

Sp

CHAJET

Joseph

1900 

SEGALOWICZ

Bronislaw

Bro-in-law

CHAJET

Joseph

1900 

SHIMSHONI

Zeev Leib

Dep

BARMAN
/BERMAN

Berl/ Bril

c1907

SHIMSHONI

Zeev

Dep

BARMAN
/BERMAN

Feigel

c1903

SHIMSHONI

Zeev

Dep

Barman/
Berman

Male 21 years

c1921

SHOMRONI

Batsheva

Dep

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Chaim

1909 

SHOMRONI

Batsheva

Dep

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Josef

1900 

SHOMRONI

Yitzkhak

Bro

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pinchas/Pinie

1913 

SHOMRONI

Batsheva

Dep

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pinchas

1911 

SHOMRONI

Yitzkhak

Son

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Dinka Feiga

1866  prev listed w 1 given name

SHOMRONI

Yitzkhak

Bro

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Haim

1910 

SHOMRONI

Yitzkhak

Bro

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Iosef

1892 

SHOMRONI

Batsheva

Dep

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Refael

1903 

SHOMRONI

Yitzkhak

Bro-in-law

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Guta

1911 

SHOMRONI

Yitzkhak

Bro

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Pope Refael Borye

1904  name

SHOMRONI

Batsheva

Dep

BARNAK
/BARANEK

Feigel

1866 

SHOSTAK

Loba

Sp

CHAJET

Mosze

1898 

SKALKALSKI

Chaia

Maiden name

BIRGER

Chaia

1875 

SKALKALSKI

Chaia

Sp

BIRGER

Josef

1878 

SLUCHAK

Yehuda

Bro

BAS

Chawa

1905 

SLUCHAK

Hinda

Maiden name

EIZENBERG
/IZENBERG

Hinda Rakhel

1870  N

SLUCHAK

Yehiel Mikhael

Fthr

EIZENBERG
/IZENBERG

Hinda Rakhel

1870 

SLUCHAK

Yehudit

Mthr

EIZENBERG
/IZENBERG

Hinda Rakhel

1870 

SLUCZAK

Chawa

Maiden name

BAS

Chawa

1905 

SLUCZAK

Moshe

Fthr

BAS

Chawa

1905 

SLUCZAK

Sara

Mthr

BAS

Chawa

1905 

STOLOVITZKI

Tzvi

Dep

BORISHANSKI

Not Given

1927 

STOLOVITZKI

Tzvi

Dep

BORISHANSKI

-

1931 

STOLOVITZKI

Tzvi

Dep

BORISHANSKI

A boy

1933 

STOLOVITZKI

Tzvi

Dep

BORISHANSKI

-

1935 

STOLOVITZKI

Tzvi

Dep

BORISHANSKI

-

1929 

SZTEJN

Simcha

Maiden name

BALLEEN

Simcha

1903 

SZTEJN

Zalman

Fthr

BALLEEN

Simcha

1903 

TENENBAUM

Feiga

Maiden name

BECKERMAN

Feiga

1909 

TENENBAUM

Henach

Fthr

BECKERMAN

Feiga

1909 

TUKOCHINSKI

Yaakov

Bro

Barman/
Berman

Brakha 

1890 

TZIRINSKI

Tzvi

Fthr

BLEZOWZKI

Khaia Sara

1904  name

TZIRINSKI

Gita

Mthr

BLEZOWZKI

Khaia Sara

1904 

TZIRINSKI

Yisrael

Bro

BLEZOWZKI

Khaia Sara

1904 

TZIRINSKI

Natan

Sp

TZIRINSKI

Menukha

1914

TZIRINSKI

Yisrael

Bro

CYRYNSKI/
TZIRINSKI

Mowsza

1913 

VAGNER

Sara

Dep

BADER

Isak

1878 

VARSHEL

Khana

Maiden name

BREVDA

Khana Mera

 c1887 name

VARSHEL

Moshe

Fthr

BREVDA

Khana Mera

 c1887 name

VARSHEL

Perel

Mthr

BREVDA

Khana Mera

 c1887 name

VASERMAN

Ester

Sis

CZERNIAK

Zlata

1921 

VEINSHTEIN

Masza

Maiden Name

DOLGOPIATY

Masza / Masha

1890 

VEINSHTEIN

Mendel

Fthr

DOLGOPIATY

Masza /Masha

1890 

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Leib

1888  [2 reports?]

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Motel

1915 

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

1920 

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Hinda

1916 

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Icchok

1882 

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Fruma 

1920 

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Boruch

1884 

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Bracha 

1882 

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Sara

1886 

VERO

Shlomo

Bro

ANGELOWICZ

Zisl

1924 

VERO

Shlomo

Dep

ANGELOWICZ

Zisel

1918 

VILENCHIK

Ester Pasha

Sp

KUTON/
KOTON

Yicchak

1904

YAGUR

Sara

Dep

BEDER
/BADER

Bracha

1869 

ZATZ

Bruce Khilel

Dep

BUDOWLIA

Noah

 

ZATZ

Bruce Khilel

Dep

BUDOWLIA

Avraham Moshe

 -

ZETZ

Bruce Hilel

Dep

BUDOWLIA  

Noah

 

ZETZ

Bruce Hilel

Dep

BUDOWLIA 

Avraham Moshe

 

No Name Posted

No Name Posted

Cousin

BREWDE

Mirl

1920 

Not given

Batia

Mthr

BOGIN/ BOGHIN

Hana Ita

1874 

Not Given

Shalom

Fthr

BORUCHOWITZ

Hoda

1886 

Not Given

Sara

Mthr

BORUCHOWITZ

Hoda

1886 

Not gIven

Shmuel

Fthr

BRIMBERG

Roschke 

1880 

Not Given

Raicha

Mthr

BUKSZPAN

Chaja

 -

Not Given

Avraham Yakov

Fthr

BUSEL/
BOSLE

Genia

c1870

Not Given

Rivka

Mthr

BUSEL / BOSLE

Genia

c1870

Not Given

Mordukh

Fthr

BUSEL/
BOSLE

Vera

1908 

Not Given

Khana

Mthr

BUSEL/
BOSLE

Vera

1908 

Not Given

Moshe

Fthr

CHEJFEC/
KHEFETZ

Rajzel

1890 

Not Given

Bela

Mthr

CHEJFEC/
KHEFETZ

Rajzel

1890