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Married Couples Database:
A Collaborative Database of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Records by Deborah G. Glassman, copyright 2008

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Married Couples Database - Ordered by Husbands' Surnames Beginning with M or N

Married Couple's Database Project
Married Couple's Database A or O
Married Couple's Database B or P
Married Couple's Database C or G or H or K or Q
Married Couple's Database D or T
Married Couple's Database E or I or J or Y
Married Couple's Database F
Married Couple's Database L
Married Couple's Database M or N
Married Couple's Database R
Married Couple's Database S or Z or Ts, Tz, and soft C
Married Couple's Database U or V or W

Important Information about this Database shared on each of the above linked pages

This Database is designed to be a collaborative effort, a place where research is shared in a timely fashion, where others are able to see what we know right now about people who were born in Lyakhovichi. The goal is to find the names of as many married couples as possible where at least one of the parties was born in or resided in Lyakhovichi. Privacy concerns will keep most of our efforts focused on people who were born in the nineteenth century and the early twentieth. This list starts off drawing on three kinds of records. Immigration Records; Holocaust Testimony; and the pages that some of you have begun sending me on your personal research to be shared. The Immigrant Lists, because the dispersal of families in the early twentieth century separated many of Lyakhovichi heritage from cousins who stayed, went to other cities, and went to other countries. The Holocaust lists, because it is a good reminder that despite the Nazis best efforts, these people remain a part of our families and we reaffirm our committment to learn about each of them and keep them in our memories. The shared research, because we are the repositories of our family's oral history, photographic heritage, and the many documents that have always been in the private sector. Go to Married Couple's Database Project to see how to contribute, how to volunteer to edit a page for this Database, and more.

As you look at the table on the folowing pages, please note that even for these people on whom we have starting information, there is much more we can learn if those who spot their relatives will share information. Specifics include:

If a person is reported in the Holocaust Testimony, that does not mean that they died in the Holocaust, but means that a member of their family did and they may have been cited as relatives father, mother, spouse, child, et al. Many people who we can add to the Married Couples database, lost their adult children in the Holocaust, long after their own deaths. We can see this in families where many of the young people who perished, are carrying the names of their grandparents who died before World War I. If you use this resource to identify family members who filed these reports, or you are the knowledgeable party, please let us know more relevant details about anyone named.

There are other records suggested by these records. If a person is named in an immigration record there may be a US death certificate that provides the names of both parents including mother's maiden name. The draft records of World War I, citizenship papers, visa applications for late immigrants, etc. may be found by you as you recognize new names to add to your search. Please share your findings. If a person is named in a Holocaust Testimony but died before the Shoah, they may appear in the records of other countries in which they lived and died. And the record of a sibling may provide clues every bit as valuable as those of youor direct ancestors.

You may see a reference to additional information available about a particular family in the 1874 List of Jewish Males of Lyahovichi or the 1858-1884 Supplementary Revision Lists of Lyakhovichi. Both of these sources are still being brought to publication by supporters of the Lyakhovichi Resource Group. Contact Gary Palgon to learn how you can contribute and view this information now. Lack of such notice doesn't mean that they are not there, just that the webmaster ran out of time in this update!

The entire Married Couples Database has been indexed for the November 2009 and the ordering has been rearranged. Surnames beginning with the letter M or N are not confused with other letters or with each other very often, but handwriting often brings these two letters together to be sorted.

MARRIED COUPLES DATABASE, Page M or N
(From Immigration Records, Holocaust Testimony,
and Collaborative Data sharing
by Deborah Glassman, copyright 2008, 2009
Information Collection is Ongoing. This was most recently updated November 2009

HUSBAND’S SURNAME

HUSBAND GIVEN NAME

WIFE's
SURNAME

WIFE
GIVEN NAME

CHILDREN

SOURCE, DETAILS

Names in Index related to this family

MALOVITSKY

Michael Noah

 

?

Avrum (who em to Israel) m. Sara Glick
Etta m Reuben Brody

 

MALOVITSKY, Michael Noah
MALOVITSKY, Avrum
MALOVITSKY, Etta
MALOVITSKY, Sara (Glick)
GLICK, Sara
BRODY, Reuben

MALOVITSKY

Avrum son of Michael Noah

Glick

Sara

Moses (later S. Moses Mallove), 17 in 1911
Zipora bat Ami
Iser Malowitsky

Avrum and Sara em to Israel, M. S. Mallove in Connecticut
Moses im rec July 10, 1911,  his father Abraham Malowicki in Lechowitz; going to  his uncle R Brody in New London CT. His mother’s name derived from other sources. He is traveling with Schlojme Brewde of Lechowitz who is 45 (wife Rachel Brewde) and going to Brody on Christie St in NYC Immigration Recs

MALOVITSKY, Avrum
MALOVITSKY, Sara (Glick)
MALOVITSKY,Moses.
MALLOVE, M. S.
MALOVITSKY, Zipora
MALOVITSKY, Iser
GLICK, Sara
BAT AMI, Zipora (Malovitsky)
BRODY, R.
BREWDE, Schloime BREWDE, Rachel BRODY

 

MALOWICKI

Alter

 

Reizel

Khaia b 1890 m Bukspan
Szmarjahu b. 1900 d. 1939 USSR

In dtr Khaia’s report by Khai’s dtr  Tzila Bukshpan Goldstein
By Szmarjahu’s nephew Moshe Brimberg. Holocaust Testimony

MALOWICKI, Alter  MALOWICKI, Reizel  MALOWICKI, Khai MALOWICKI, Szmariahu
BUKSZPAN, Khaia (Malowicki)
GOLDSTEIN, Tzila (Bukshpan)
BUKSHPAN, Tzila
BRIMBERG,  Moshe

MALOWICKI

Joachon,  31 in 1921 Rabbi

 

Sara

 

Joachon’s im rec Nov 10 1923 to Dunkirk NJ; Sara is in Lachowicze., Minsk. Joachon to friend Manuel Berkowich  and  has a second set of enties on same ship crossed out  and replaced with entry above. On the crossed out entry friend Manuel Berkowich is separately crossed out and replaced with landlord Alte Zimmerman, Dunkirk NJ

MALOWICKI, Joachon
MALOWICKI, Sara
BERKOWICH, Manuel
ZIMMERMAN, Alte

MALOWICKI

Moshe

 

Bela

Hirszel b 1898
Judel b 1908
Khasia m Kusnitzki

Report on Hirszel and Judel by their sister Khasia Kuznitzki Holocaust Testimony

MALOWICKI, Moshe MALOWICKI,  Mrs Bela MALOWICKI, Hirszel MALOWICKI, Judel MALOWICKI, Khasia KUSNITZKI, Khasia  (Malowicki)

Malowitsky

Abraham

 

 

Masche (dtr) 23, single 1907
Alter (son)

Dtr Masche Dec 3, 1907 lists fthr in Lechowitz to brother Alter Malowitsky in Brooklyn. Nat numbers

MALOWITSKY, Abraham MALOWITSKY, Masche MALOWITSKY, Alter

Malowitsky

A (living in Lachowitz, Minsk 1907)

 

 

Hirsch age 37 im 09-03-1907,

Hirsch’s im rec  1907 married but lists father as nearest rel in old country.

MALOWITSKY, Mr A. MALOWITSKY, Hirsch

MALOWITZKI

Morduch

 

 

Sruel, 18 in  1914

Sruel’s im record Feb 16, 1914 cites father Morduch Malowitzki in Lechowitz, Minsk gub going to Aunt Pessia Mullot in NYC.

MALOWITZKI, Morduch MALOWITZKI, Sruel
MULLOT, Pessia

MALOWITZKY

Abram, 47 in 1909  (brother to Joshke)

 

Pesche Reichel she im in 1911. i

Masche, 23 in 1907)
Alter Malowitsky, 16 in 1905
Ester 23, single 1911
Sora m Baruch Feinberg before 1909
Malke, 18 in 1910
Michle, 17 in 1911

Im rec of dtr Masche Malowitsky 12/03/1907 to her brother Alter Malowitsky in NYC. Nat numbers 1940.
Alter Malewicki  im rec 10/10/1905 out of Rotterdam. Alter is going to uncle M. [Janzman?]
Sore Feinberg of Lyakhovichi age 25  dtr of Abram Malowitzki in Lechewitz, Minsk, going to Jersey City, NJ July 19, 1909. Sora and child Srul going to husband and father B. Feinberg  in Jersey City. Sora is traveling with Alta Pachewitch Kerbel age 25 also of Lyakhovichi who is going to husband in Phila. PA
 Abram Malowitzky’s im rec Nov 23, 1909, says he is going to his son-in-law Boruch Feinberg in Jersey City. He cites wife Pesche in Lechowitz, Minsk. He is traveling with neice Sara Malwidzik, 17, single. Her mother’s first name is Liebe but last name does not appear to be Malawidzik but she is going to her father Josche Malawitzky in Brooklyn
Malke Malovicki going to fthr Awrum Malewicki in Jersey City NJ Mar 31, 1910. her mother’s name is given as Pesche Reichel Malovicki
 Ester Malawitzky’s im rec, single, 02/ 04/1911 nearest rel is her mother Pesche Malawitzky; going to her father Abram  in Jersey City;  she was also traveling with  Basia Mishkin who was going to cousin  Abram Malowitsky in Jersey City, same address; and with Beila Chait who was going to cousin Feinberg at that same Jersey City address.
Esther Malowitsky nat numbers 1937
On same manifest  ()2/04/1911)is Michle Malawitsky , 17, going to father Avrum Malawitsky in Jersey City NJ; her relative her mother Pesche Malowitski in Lachowicze

Pesche Malovitski im June 11, 1911. Going to “her children Weinstein” crossed out and changed to dtr Malke in NYC. Pesche’s married status is crossed out and replaced with “wid.” She has “no relatives in old country.”

MALOWITZKY, Abram
MALOWITZKY, Pesche Rachel&& MALOWITZKY, Masche MALOWITZKY, Alter& MALOWITZKY, Ester  MALOWITZKY, Sora  MALOWITZKY, Malke MALOWITZKY, Michle
FEINBERG, Sora (Malowitzky)
FEINBERG, Srul
FEINBERG, B.
FEINBERG, Boruch

JANZMAN, Mr. M
KERBEL , Alte (Pachewitch)
MALAWITZKY, Josche
MALAWITZKY, Sara dtr of Joseph
MALAWIDZIK, Sara
MALAWIDZIK,  Liebe
MISHKIN, Basia
CHAIT, Beila
WEINSTEIN
WEINSTEIN, Malka (Malowitzky)

MALOWIZKY [MALOW]

J [Joshke brother of Abram Malowitzky]

ROSENBLUM

Libe or Liebe  (dtr of Ber), 44 in 1911

Sara 17 in  1909 Frume, 11 in 1911
Base, 9 in 1911
Chaie 7 in 1911
Benjamin 8 in 1911
Isroel 4 in 1911

im rec Nov 23, 1909, Sara Malwidzik, 17, single. Her mother’s first name is Liebe but last name does not appear to be Malawidzik but she is going to her father Josche Malawitzky in Brooklyn She is traveling with her uncle  Abram Malowitzky’s who is going to his son-in-law Boruch Feinberg in Jersey City.
Libe em with the children July 10, 1911 citing her fthr Ber Rosenblum as nearest relative for herself and children; her husband's surname is given as J. Malow residing on Broadway in Brooklyn Immigration Records

MALAWITZKY, Josche
MALAWITZKY, Sara dtr of Joseph
MALAWIDZIK, Sara
MALAWIDZIK,  Liebe MALOWITZKY, Abram
MALOWIZKY, Mr. J
MALOW, Mr. J
MALOWIZKY, Libe (Rosenblum)
MALOWIZKY, Frume MALOWIZKY, Base  MALOWIZKY, Chaie  MALOWIZKY, Benjamin MALOWIZKY, Isroel
ROSENBLUM,  Libe  ROSENBLUM,  Ber

MANDEL

 

 

Shifra

Gitel m. Yankel Tetz
Yetta m Yosef Kashetzki

By Gitel’s dtr Zypora Vinderbaum
Yetta named in Yosef Kashetzki’s report by his brother 
died Kletsk Holocaust Testimony

MANDEL, Mrs Shifra
MANDEL, Gitel
MANDEL, Yetta
TETZ, Yankel
TETZ, Gitel (Mandel)
KASHETZKI, Yosef
KASHETZKI, Yetta (Mandel)
VINDERBAUM, Zypora (Tetz)
TETZ, Zypora

MELNIK

Moisei

MICHLINA

Nehama (dtr of Khaim Elya and Basya) b Uzda but her parents were born in Lyakhovichi

Sara b 1931 d Lyakhovichi
Noah (dep)

By son Noah Melnik 1999 Holocaust Testimony

MELNIK, Moisei
MELNIK, Nekhama (Michlina)
MELNIK, Noah
MELNIK, Sara
MICHLIN Khaim Elya
MICHLIN, Basya

MELNIK

Yekheil

 

Khana Leah

Solomon b 1902 Locz, d Lyakhovichi

By his nephew Noah Melnik 1999 Holocaust Testimony

MELNIK, Yehiel
MELNIK, Khana Leah
MELNIK, Solomon
MELNIK, Noah

MENAKER

J.

 

Kejla

Aron, 5
Scholom, 2

Feb 21, 1911 wife and children going to J. Menaker NYC c/o Weinberg
Kejla’s nearest rel is Meier Menaker in Ljachowizi, Minsk. No relationship stated

MENAKER, Mr. J. MENAKER, Mrs Keila MENAKER, Aron  MENAKER, Scholom MENAKER, Meier
WEINBERG

MENAKER

Isaiah

 

Tamar (called Tema in  report by Naftali’s dtr)

Naftali b 1884

For Naftali By Rut Hoffman, no relationship stated. Also by Mina Menaker, Naftali’s dtr. Photo. Naftali’s wife’s name was called Chava by Rut Hoffman and Sara by Mina Menaker, Naftali’s dtr.

MENAKER, Isaiah MENAKER, Shaya MENAKER, Mrs Tema MENAKER, Mrs Tamar
MENAKER, Naftali MENAKER, Mina  MENAKER, Sara MENAKER, Chaya HOFFMAN, Rut

Merman?  Ind as Kerwin

Alter

 

Simka

Olikim (8 in 1906)  Chaji (6 in 1906) Leib (3 in 1906)

Wife and ch Dec 26, 1906 Simke in transit 1906 and Alter in NYC
B. Merman is in Lyakhovichi im records as relative of Wolf Aisikowitz in Auburn in 1911
Immigration Recs

MERMAN? 
MERMAN, Alter; MERMAN, Mrs Simka  MERMAN, Olikim MERMAN Chali  MERMAN Leib MERMAN, B
AISIKOWITS,  Wolf

MESCHEL

Leibka

FRIDSHTEIN

Rivka (dtr of David and Kreina [Karina] Fridshtein) b 1894

 

Murdered in Pinsk. Reported by nephew Moshe Ashpiz. Holocaust Testimony

MESCHEL, Leibka MESCHEL, Rifka (Fridshtein) FRIDSHTEIN, Rivka FRIDSHTEIN, David FRIDSHTEIN, Mrs Kreina
ASHPIZ, Moshe

MICHLIN

Maurice (Moshe son of  Khaim and Batia) f;l Paris b 1897, d Aushwitz

 

Rifka

Gilbert Michlin (dep) son.

Reported by son Gilbert Michlin Died Aushwitz Holocaust Testimony. See report on Maurice’s parents by Noah Melnik below

MICHLIN, Maurice MICHLIN Khaim Elya  MICHLIN Basya (Weinger) MICHLIN Moshe  MICHLIN, Rifka MICHLIN, Gilbert

MICHLIN

Khaim Elya

WEINGER

Basya b 1871

Moshe b 1896
Nechama m Melnik

Reported by grandson Noah Melnik  in 1999 in Russian Died Uzda Holocaust Testimony

MICHLIN Khaim Elya  MICHLIN Basya (Weinger) MICHLIN Moshe& MICHLIN, Nechama MELNIK, Nechama (Michlin)

MELNIK, Noakh, Eli

MICHLIN

Noakh

 

Miklya

Mercha  d age 65
Dvora b 1870 m Tsukernik

In report on Mercha by relative Noakh Ela Melnik 1999
Dvora by son Shabtei Tzukernik
Dvora also by  Noakh Melnik
Dvora also as Dvora Miklina Dvora died Hansewicze Holocaust Testimony

MICHLIN, Noakh MICHLIN, Mrs Mkilya MICHLIN, Mercha MICHLIN, Dvora MIKLINA,  Dvora MELNIK, Noakh, Eli
TZUKERNIK, Dvora (Michlin)&; TZUKERNIK, Shabtei

MILETSKY

Gedalia (son of Khaim and Sura)

BUSEL

Sula (Shulamit) dtr of Yosef and Bluma b1851

Stera b 1890 m AbrahamAron Gorfinkel
Edel (Adele) b 1885 m Aron Fuxman
___ son Miletsky

Testimony for Shulamit  by Joseph Foxman, no relationship stated (but son of Aron and Adele Fuxman and another POT says Adele Fuxman is the dtr of Gdalia and Shulamit)
Info of Hadassah Goldberg

MILETSKY, Khaim
MILETSKY, Mrs Sura
MILETSKY, Gedalia
MILETSKY,  Mrs Sula
MILETSKY, Mrs. Shulamit
MILETSKY, Shulamit (Busel)
MILETSKY, Stera
MILETSKY, Edel
MILETSKY, Adele
BUSEL, Sula
BUSEL, Shulamit
BUSEL, Yosef
BUSEL, Mrs. Bluma
GORFINKEL, Stera (Miletsky)
GORFINKEL, Abraham Aron
FUXMAN, Aron
FUXMAN, Adele (Miletsky)
FOXMAN, Joseph
GOLDBERG, Hadassah
MILETSKI

MILETSKY

Khaim

 

Sura

Gedalia 1850s- d by 1920
Frume Naftols Garber

 

MILETSKY, Khaim
MILETSKY, Mrs Sura
MILETSKY, Gedalia
MILETSKY, Frume
GARBER, Frume (Miletsky)
NAFTOLS, Fruma

MISHKIN

Abram

 

Pesche

Basche, 18 single 1911

Basia Mishkin’s im rec, single, 02/ 04/1911 nearest rel is her mother; going to her cousin Abram Malowitzky in Jersey City. She was traveling with Beila Chaiet going to the same address (but a different party) and with Esther Malowitsky who was going to the same address, same party, who was specified to be her father. Immigration

MISHKIN, Abram MISHKIN, Mrs Pesche MISHKIN, Basche

MISKIN (MUSHKIN)

Beniamin b 1902 (son of  Shmuel and Breina of Nova Mysh)

LEKHOVITZKY

Shoshana (aka Sara) aka Soshka  b 1898

Zypora, 17
Yakov, 15

Pesia ben Yitzhak dep for her sister and her bro-law Holocaust Testimony

MISKIN &; MUSHKIN; MISHKIN, Shoshana (Lekhovitzky)
MISHKIN, Sara (Lekhovitzky)
MISHKIN, Soshka (Lekhovitzky)
MISHKIN, Benjamin  MISHKIN, Shmuel MISHKIN, Mrs Breina  LEKHOVITZKY
MISHKIN, Zypora
MISHKIN, Yakov
BEN YITZHAK Pesia (nee Lekhovitzky)

MISLOBOSKI

Barukh

 

Dvora

Reichla b 1914

 

MISLOBOSKI, Barukh  MISLOBOSKI, Mrs Dvora MISLOBOSKI, Reichla

MISLOBOSKI

Yosef

 

Pesia (dead before 1910)

Yehuda b 1878 Hercel  1880
Meyer 1884

By neice Pesia Ben Cohen for Meyer and Hercel ;
Pesia Ben Cohen also created a page of testimony for her aunt Lea Misloboski / Maslovski  born 1886 who was the dtr of Abraham Natan and his wife Miriam. Webmaster not sure of connection. Possibly she is the wife of Hercel

MISLOBOSKI, Yosef MISLOBOSKI, Mrs Pesia MISLOBOSKI , Yehuda  MISLOBOSKI , Hercel  MISLOBOSKI, Meyer
BEN COHEN, Pesia (Misloboski) MISLOBOSKI, Lea Not given AbrahamNathan and wife Miriam

MISLOBOSKI

Meyer son of Yosef and Pesia

 

Sosia b Kleck 1878

Pesia b 1910 m Falewitz
Mojsze b 1912

By neice Pesia ben Cohen for Meyer and Sosia and for cousins Pesia Falewitz and Mojsze Misloboski

MISLOBOSKI, Meyer  MISLOBOSKI, Yosef MISLOBOSKI, Mrs Pesia MISLOBOSKI, Miss Pesia dtr of Meyer; FALEWITZ, Pesia (Misloboski); MISLOBOSKI, Mojsze  MISLOBOSKI, Mrs Sosia BEN COHEN, Pesia (Misloboski)

MISLOBOSKI

Yehuda (son of Yosef and Pesia) b 1878

MINKOVITZ

Bela b 1882

Sara m Ben Kagan
Esther  b 1906 m Gam
Pesia (dep)
Natan b 1911
Ryvka b 1917
Lea 1920

By dtr and sister Pesia Ben Cohen Most of the family died in Myslowice

MISLOBOSKI, Yehuda  MISLOBOSKI, Yosef MISLOBOSKI, Mrs Pesia MISLOBOSKI, Bela (Minkovitz)& MISLOBOSKI, Sara MISLOBOSKI, Ester MISLOBOSKI,  Miss Pesia dtr of Yudel MISLOBOSKI, Natan MISLOBOSKI,  Ryvka MISLOBOSKI, Lea KAGAN, Sara (Misloboski) GAM, Esther (Misloboski)
BEN COHEN, Pesia (Misloboski)
KAGAN, Ben

MLOVITZKI

Shmuel

 

Raicha

Roszka Ruchel  1887m. Zelig Brimberg

Report by Roszka Ruchel’s son Moshe Brimberg Holocaust Testimony

MLOVITZKI , Shmuel  MALOVITZKI , Shmuel MALOVITZKI , Mrs. Raicha MALOVITZKI , Roszka Ruchel; 
BROMBERG, Rozka Ruchel (MALOVITZKY)
BROMBERG, Zelig
BRIMBERG, Zelig
BRIMBERG, Rozka Ruchel (MALOVITZKY)
BRIMBERG, Moshe

MOLCHADSKI

Shmuel – pharmacist
B 1894

LITOVSKI

Khasia

 

By Nekhama Gold  (no relationship stated) Holocaust Testimony

MOLCHADSKI, Shmuel MOLCHADSKI, Khasia (Litovski)

MOLCZADZKI,

Died before 1922

 

Estera, 61 in  1922

Boruch Molczadski in Slonim
Stepson Meyer Pine in Brooklyn

Estera MOLCZADZKA ’s im rec July 17, 1922 from Lachowicze, Poland to stepson Meyer Pine, Brooklyn; nearest rel in old country is son Boruch Molczadzki on Wilenzka Street in Slonim, Immigration

MOLCZADZKI, Boruch MOLCZADZKI, Ester  PINE, Meyer

MUKASEJ

Mendel

 

 

Rifka wife of  Iser Karabelnik of Baranovichi

By Rifka’s relative K. W. Schnaidleder Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEJ, Mendel
KARABELNIK, Rifka (Mukasej)
SCHNAIDLEDER, K. W.

MUKASEJ

Wolf  b 1886(son of Zvi and Ruchel)

LEVAS

Adela

Michael
dtr

Wolf’s POT by son Michael ZEEV (ne MUKASEJ).  Their dtrs POT by Nehama Gold Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEJ, Zvi MUKASEJ, Wolf
MUKASEJ, Mrs Ruchel
LEVAS, Adela
MUKASEJ, Adela (Levas)
GOLD, Nekhama
MUKASEJ, Michael
ZEEV, Michael

 

MUKASEY

 

KAGAN/ COHEN

Dtr of Zeev and Nechama Raicha Kagan

 

By Nekhama Gold , cousin Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEY, Mrs ___ (Kagan)
KAGAN, Zeev& KAGAN, Itze
KAGAN, Mrs Nekhama Raizel 
KAGAN, Mrs Nechama Raicha

GOLD, Nekhama

MUKASEY

Arye  b 1885 (son of Tzvi and Khaya)

POSTAN

Rifka  b 1890 (dtr of __ and Sara)

Zvi (dep)
Sima, age 15

By son Tzvi Mukasey for Arye Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEY, Arye
MUKASEY Zvi
;MUKASEY, Mrs. Khaya
MUKASEY, Zvi (son of Arye)
MUKASEY, Miss Sima
MUKASEY, Mrs. Khaya
POSTAN, Rifka
POSTAN, Sara

MUKASEY

Baruch B1896 (son of Szlomo and Khaya)

RUT

Mila b 1898(dtr of  Shmuel and Rukhel)

Szlomo b 1914

By  neice Mina Rozenberg for Arye, Mila, Shlomo, Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEY, Baruch MUKASEY
Mila (RUT) MUKASEY,Szlomo
ROZENBERG, Mina

MUKASEY

Loba

 

Batya  b 1912 (dtr of Yakov and Khana)

 

By acquaintance Tsvi Mukasey ;Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEY,  Mr. Loba MUKASEY, Batya MUKASEY,  Zvi

MUKASEY

Moise

 

Nekha

Mera b 1906 m Iosif Veine

By Mera’s relative (nephew?) Zarkhin Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEY, Moise MUKASEY, Moshe  MUKASEY,Mera MUKASEY, Mrs. Nekhka
VEINE, Iosif
VEINE,  Mera (Mukasey)
ZARKHIN

MUKASEY

Simha

 

Ester  b 1896 (dtr of ___ and Makla)

Khaia b 1910
Renia b 1924

By Esther’s cousin Menukha Rozenberg for Ester, Khaia, Renia,
Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEY, Mr. Simkha  MUKASEY, Mrs. Ester MUKASEY, Khaia MUKASEY, Renia
ROZENBERG, Menukha

MUKASEY

Shlomo  dead before 1914

 

Khaya

Baruch b 1896

Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEY, Shlomo MUKASEY, Mrs. Khava MUKASEY, Borukh  MUKASEY, Baruch

MUKASEY

Tzvi

 

Rakhel

Lea b 1890 m Alter Dubovski
Wolf b 1886

Holocaust Testimony

MUKASEY, Zvi
MUKASEY, Mrs Ruchel
MUKASEY, Lea
MUKASEY, Wolf
DUBOVSKI, Alter
DUBOVSKI, Lea (Mukasey)

MUKASEY

Tzvi

 

 Khaya

Arye b 1885

Holocaust Testimony by Aryeh’s son Zvi

MUKASEY, Zvi
MUKASEY, Mrs. Khaya

NEIMAN

Leib

 

 

Alte Podlipsky, 19 married 1907
Roske Neiman, 9 in 1907

Dtr Alta Podlipsky and dtr Roska Neiman trav together Dec 3, 1907 lists fthr in Lechowitz and  - Immigration Recs

PODLIPSKY Alte (Neiman)
NEIMAN,  Leib
NEIMAN,  Roske 

Neiman (Niman; Noiman)

Max (Maksimilian)

Angelowitz

Chaia Perla (dtr of Noakh and Mery) 1892

Hersh
Lea

Chaia Perla reported by her bro Gedaliah Angelowicz
Holocaust Testimony

NEIMAN &; NIMAN&; NOIMAN
NEIMAN, Max; NEIMAN, Chaia Perla (Angelowitz)
NEIMAN, Hersh NEIMAN, Lea
ANGELOWICZ, Gedalia
ANGELOWITZ,. Chaia Perla
ANGELOWITZ,. Noakh
ANGELOWITZ, Mery

NOT YET KNOWN

Avraham

 

Rifka

Genya (dtr of Avraham and Rifka) m. Zeev Busel d age 72

Genya  Busel died age 72, reported by dtr Rifka Rachevitz Holocaust Testimony

NOT YET KNOWN& BUSEL,  Genya;  BUSEL, Wolf& BUSEL, Zeev
RACHEVITZ, Rifka

NOWIK

Moshe

 

Gitl (dtr of Yosef and Miriam) b 1875

Eliezer (dep)
Frumma 1908
Khaia 1910

Eliezer Novik  for his parents,  sister Frumma, and for Frumma’s husband Volf Szkolnik, sister Khaia, Khaia’s husband Israel Dobkowski Holocaust Testimony

NOWIK, Moshe
NOWIK, Gitl
NOWIK, Eliezer; NOWIK, Fruma; NOWIK, Khaia
SHKOLNIK, Wolf
SZKOLNIK. Volf SZKOLNIK, Fruma (Nowik)
DOBKOWSKI, Israel DOBKOWSKI, Khaia (Nowik)

 

NOWIK

Yosif

 

Rifka

Mordechai, 1900
Chaya 1904
Leyzer, b 1907
Berl, b 1913

By cousin Eliezer Novik  (son of Moshe and Gitl) Holocaust Testimony

NOWIK, Yosef&; NOWIK, Mrs Rifka NOWIK,  Mordechai NOWIK,  Chaya NOWIK,  Leyzer;  NOWIK, Berl
NOWIK, Eliezer
NOWIK, Moshe
NOWIK, Mrs Gitel



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