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Rogachev cemetery

contributed by David Fox

My wife Cindy and I, along with our driver Alec and translator/guide Irina,  departed Mogilev at around 10 AM on Thursday, August 19, 1999, for Rogachev. We  traveled along highway M 20, following the path of the Dneiper River as we passed by Bykhov and a few other villages before turning onto highway A 181 to Rogachev. The ride was spectacular, with forests, farms, rivers  and lakes, and lots of goats, cows, horses, ducks, chickens, turkeys, and other animals. There was almost no traffic on the journey. 

We reached Rogachev, one of my ancestral towns, around noon and immediately went to the government building where the local historical museum is located. Unfortunately, the museum was closed because the worker was on vacation. Our interpreter found a very old man getting ready to depart the building and asked him about the location of Jewish sites in the shtetl. He was not Jewish, but said his next door neighbor was an old Jewish lady and could help us. He squeezed into the car and directed us to his apartment building a few blocks away. We rang the doorbell and there was no response. One of the other residents who was sitting in the yard said the women we were looking for had gone out, but she could take us to the home of another old Jewish women who lived nearby. We walked with her to an old wooden house typical of the shtetl houses that our ancestors lived in. She came out of the house to greet us and gave us the story of how she survived the Holocaust as well as the fate of the Jews who did not hide in the forest or flee on foot to the East. She told us how the people burned their own homes so they would not fall into the hands of the advancing German army. When I asked her where the synagogue was, she pointed to a house just across the street from her home and related that the synagogue had been burned down and that a family residence had been built on the site. She also said that her father had been the head of the hedder (Jewish school) in the town, but that the building no longer existed. By this time, the old man that we had met in the government building arrived again and brought the leader of the Jewish community, Ginda Kapelan. I showed Ms. Kapelan, a women of about 50 years, the Exordinary Commission list for Rogachev, which I had obtained, from the US Holocaust Memorial Museum before my trip. She and the old women recognized most of the Jewish families that were on the list and it brought tears to their eyes and they recited the names. I offered to leave the list with them, but they said they had no where to store it.

Mrs. Kapelan told us there were actually two Jewish cemeteries in Rogachev, the old and the new. We departed by car to the old Jewish cemetery. It was located on a plot of ground that overlooked the Dnieper River. There were cows and goats grazing in the cemetery which, was not really maintained, but at least it wasn't overgrown with trees and vegetation as we found the Mogilev Jewish cemetery. I would estimate that there were approximately 400 stones still remaining. Some had been weathered over time so they could no longer be read. Others had sunk into the ground and were only partially readable. The earliest stones probably dated from the 1700 an 1800's, but there were post revolution  (1917) stones in one section of the cemetery which were in the typical Soviet style, with little or no Hebrew, Russian inscriptions, in many cases the etched image of the deceased. We even saw grave markers that were made of sheet metal because relatives could not afford a stone monument. The metal monuments were rusting apart and deteriorating rapidly. I noticed large areas of the cemetery where there were no stones, but from the way the land had settled, there were obviously burials on the land. I also saw graves that had been dug up and asked Mrs. Kapelan what had happened. She said that as people had immigrated from Rogachev to Israel or the US, the people who could afford it had reburied their relatives in the "new" Jewish cemetery because it was better maintained. While there was a fence around part of the cemetery, it was not secure. There did not appear to be any signs of vandalism, but there were kids playing in part of the cemetery. We took lots of photos of stones, but did not have time to adequately photograph every marker. None of us could really read Hebrew and in fact there was no one left in the town who could read Hebrew. One other item of interest was the many sheds adjacent to the cemetery. When I asked what they were, I was told it was a brick factory that had been built on part of the cemetery around 1946. No one seemed to know what happened to stones that were in that part of the cemetery, but from the way the cemetery was laid out, it appears they built over the oldest part. Burial in this cemetery ceased in 1972.

Mrs. Kapelan guided us to the "new" Jewish cemetery which was on the outskirts of town and opened in 1972.  Actually it was a community cemetery with a "Jewish section". It appeared well maintained for the most part, but because of immigration, there was no one to take care of many of the Jewish graves and they looked untended and overgrown. We were told that the Jewish section was full and there were no more empty plots. Mrs. Kapelan pointed out some very well maintained graves where the site was totally covered by squares of stone or marble to prevent the growth of vegetation. This was done by people who were immigrating to Israel in the next few days and wanted to be sure that the graves would be maintained.

Please see http://www.jewishgen.org/Cemetery/byelaq_z.htm for details on locating the cemeteries.

I asked Mrs. Kapelan if anyone had a list of names of Jews buried in either cemetery. Unfortunately, none existed. I asked her if there was someone who could prepare such a list and gave her some money to get the project started. She said she would only be able to do the stones with Russian writing, since there was no one to read Hebrew left in the shtetl. I also asked her to prepare a list of the current Jewish residents, with their addresses. She said she already had such a list for the people on pension, but did not have it for the younger population. She said that no Rabbi ever visits this shtetl and she said I was the first American she could remember coming to visit Rogachev. I asked her what the old Jews of the town needed and she said vitamins, medicine, and eyeglasses. I told her we could easily get the people eyeglasses from Minsk if she could gather the lens requirements and we could also arrange to have vitamins delivered to her for the elderly. Mrs. Kapelan explained that there were several old Jews who were house bound and could not go out to have their eyes measured. I told her I would make arrangements in Minsk for an optometrist to make house calls so we could get eyeglasses for these people. (Note: Before departing Minsk, I left funds with Yuri Dorn, President of the, Union of Religious Jewish Congregations in the Republic of Belarus, to transport an optometrist to Rogachev and two other nearby shtetls so the eyes of the shut-ins could be measured and arranged to have glasses delivered to them.)

Four or five months after my trip to Belarus, I received an email message from Frank Swartz of EEJHP in Minsk informing me that Mrs. Kapelan had sent him a list of the burials in both of the Rogachev cemeteries. I would to thank Mrs. Kapelan for compiling the lists and Frank’s wife Galina for translating it to English.  As was mentioned above, this list is not a complete listing because it does not include the oldest stones that were only inscribed in Hebrew.  Therefore, if anyone with knowledge of Hebrew visits Rogachev, please contact Mrs.Ginda Iosifovna Kapelan, 61 Lenina Street, apt 22, Rogachev. Telephone 22741.  She can take you to the two cemeteries and perhaps you can make a list of the gravestones that have Hebrew letters.  These can be added to the list we have below.

UPDATE: Yuri Dorn, President of the URJC of Belarus <iro@open.by> in December 2003 reported the destruction of the Rogachev Old Jewish Cemetery. According to his information, part of the cemetery is being cleared on grave stones to make room for the construction of two houses. He also believes that there are plans to use the stones for use in the construction of the houses. The three pictures below document the destruction.

Belarus SIG members are urged to submit their burial data to JewishGen's Online Worldwide Burial Registry Project, where it will be incorporated into a massive searchable database.
Surname First name Patronymic Birth - death New or old
cemetery
AGRANOVA BERTA YAKOVLEVNA 1903-1984 new
ALTSHULER KHAIM MOISEEVICH 1898-1979 new
ALTSHULER YAKOV NAUMOVICH 1929-1997 new
BABITSKAYA ANNA GRIGORYEVNA 1907-1991 new
BABITSKAYA LIYA GILEVNA 1896-1968 old
BAKALISH EFROIM GIRSHEVICH 1890-1977 new
BAKALISH GIRSH ITSKOVICH 1892-1968 old
BASKIN ARON SOLOMONOVICH 1885-1964 old
BASKINA FREIDA KIVOVNA 1883-1966 old
BASKINA SOFYA AYZIKOVNA 1920-1973 new
BEREZKINA KHASYA SHLEMOVNA 1882-1965 old
BERKOVICH DAVID NISOVICH 1886-1974 new
BERKOVICH ELYA MENDELEVICH 1908-1977 new
BERKOVICH IOSIF ZULFOVICH 1895-1988 new
BERKOVICH KIVA MENDELEVNA 1909-1991 new
BERKOVICH MOISEY ZALMANOVICH 1883-1968 old
BINDER GENYA MORDUKHOVNA 1893-1966 old
BINDER MIKHAIL ISAKOVICH 1889-1948 old
BYKHOVSKY NAUM DAVYDOVICH 1940-1953 old
CHAUSKIY DAVID SIMONOVICH 1885-1973 new
DAIKHIN NEAH 1864-1942 old
DAIKHINA REVEKKA 1868-1942 old
DOSOVITSKAYA MARIYA BORISOVNA 1903-1975 new
DUBROVENSKAYA IDA 1900-1954 old
DUBROVENSKIY MIKHAIL YEVSEEVICH 1881-1981 new
DUBROVENSKIY MOYSHA ZALMANOVICH 1885-1973 new
DVORKIN YUDEL ABRAMOVICH 1906-1991 new
DVORKIN YUDL NAUMOVICH 1912-1985 new
DVORKINA RIVA YEFIMOVNA 1912-1996 new
DVOSKIN ZALMAN MORDUKHOVICH 1906-1963 old
ELKIN IOSIF VENIAMINOVICH 1884-1969 old
ELKINA LIZA ISEROVNA 1901-1972 new
ELKINA ROSA ISAKOVNA 1923-1965 old
ELKINA SONYA LVOVNA 1889-1968 old
EPSHTEYN FROIM YUDOVICH 1898-1982 new
EPSHTEYN MALKA MEEROVNA 1922-1982 new
EPSHTEYN RUVA ARONOVICH 1921-1991 new
EPSTEIN MIKHAIL MOISEYEVICH 1921-1962 old
EPSTEIN ROSA LEYBOVNA 1893-1949 old
ERENBURG ARON MOISEEVICH 1913-1983 new
ERENBURG NEKHAMA MORDUKHOVNA 1890-1967 old
ESTRIN VELVUL GIRSHEVICH 1918-1992 new
ESTRINA SARRA GDALYEVNA 1888-1961 old
FARBEROV AFROIM PINKHUSOVICH 1886-1968 old
FARBEROV ARON ABRAMOVICH 1903-1990 new
FARBEROVA DVOIRA D. 1888-1971 old
FARBEROVA ESTER ISEROVNA 1910-1978 new
FARBEROVA HANNA IZRAILEVNA 1895-1971 old
FARBEROVA KHAVA SHMUILOVNA 1896-1967 old
FEIGIN IOSIF ELYEVICH 1881-1968 old
FEIGINA R.B. 1896-1966 old
FELDMAN ANNA ARONOVNA 1916-1964 new
FEYGINA RAKHIL YAKOVLEVNA 1912-1984 new
FRADKIN MOISEY LEYBOVICH 1895-1969 old
FRADKINA PESYA MOISEYEVNA 1902-1961 old
FRIDMAN YEFIM YESELEVICH 1900-1990 new
FRIDMAN ZYAMA GDALEVICH 1900-1965 new
GALKIN SH.Z. 1892-1969 old
GANTMAN SIMA ISEROVNA 1902-1983 new
GAVLIN NAKHIM GILEROVICH 1903-1965 old
GAVLIN OLEG GRIGORYEVICH 1951-1975 new
GAVLIN YEFIM GRIGORYEVICH 1915-1993 new
GELFER FAINA YAKOVLEVNA 1910-1977 new
GENKIN AZIK YUDOVICH 1922-1996 new
GENZELOVICH SARRA ISAKOVNA 1904-1984 new
GERAVKER KHANON ZELIKOVICH 1895-1964 old
GERAVKER NAKHMAN ZELIKOVICH 1893-1970 old
GERAVKER RIVA LEYBOVNA 1892-1968 old
GEROVICH KHAIM ISEROVICH 1891-1981 new
GERSHENOK SARA ELYEVNA 1898-1976 new
GERSHONOK DINA BERKOVNA 1929-1992 new
GINZBURG NISL ARONOVICH 1894-1970 new
GINZBURG TSYLYA ABRAMOVNA 1892-1972 new
GIRNIK YESEL ABELEVICH 1913-1988 new
GIROVSKAYA NEKHAMA MOISEYEVNA 1888-1964 old
GIROVSKAYA NELHAMA SIMONOVNA 1897-1964 new
GLIKMAN GIRSH ISEROVICH 1890-1959 new
GLIKMAN O.B. 1892-1963 old
GOLAN RAISA WULFOVNA 1894-1956 old
GOLBERG MANYA PEISAKHOVNA -1946 old
GOLDGABER MASHA NISELOVNA 1930-1986 new
GOLDGABER YAKOV MOISEEVICH 1921-1986 new
GOLDIN ZALMAN YAKOVLEVICH 1890-1069 old
GOLDINA MERA NAFTOLYEVNA -1926 old
GOLDMAN BERL ELYEVICH 1917-1969 new
GOLDMAN BERTA YUDEVNA 1925-1972 new
GOLDMAN BORIS LEYZEROVICH 1902-1975 new
GORELIK LUBOV GRIGORYEVNA 1908-1968 old
GORELIK TSODIK FAYVELEVICH 1900-1973 new
GORELIK YEKHEL NOKHIMOVICH 1884-1975 new
GORMAN HANNA BENTSIANOVNA 1878-1959 old
GORMAN MIRA FAYVELEVNA 1890-1978 new
GORMAN ROZA ZYAMOVNA 1930-1993 new
GORMAN YEFIM YAKOVLEVICH 1896-1974 new
GORODETSKIY SOLOMON ARONOVICH 1895-1973 new
GUBLER YEVSEY YEFIMOVICH 1914-1992 new
GULMAN ISRAIL TEVELEVICH 1898-1966 old
GUREVICH ANNA MOISEEVNA 1938-1972 new
GUREVICH ARON GRIGORYEVICH 1905-1976 new
GUREVICH FIRA LVOVNA 1904-1976 new
GUREVICH MARIYA ARONOVNA 1890-1968 new
GUSAKOV MIKHAIL ISAKOVICH 1909-1971 old
INDIN MARAT MOISEYEVICH 1939-1957 old
INDIN MOISEY BORISOVICH 1905-1964 old
ITKINA SONYA BERKOVNA 1901-1969 old
KAGAN FEYGA MOISEYEVNA -1942 old
KAGAN LEYBA BERKOVICH 1895-1982 new
KAGAN N.I. 1898-1965 old
KAGAN NAUM YEFIMOVICH 1926-1988 new
KAGAN SIMA MOISEEVNA 1930-1993 new
KAGAN WULF MEYEROVICH -1942 old
KAGAN YAKOV MOVSHOVICH 1881-1944 old
KALMANOVIC 1906-1981 new
KAOELYAN SOFYA MOISEEVNA 1948- 1990 new
KAPLAN GRIGORIY NOKHIMOVICH 1885-1973 new
KAPLAN MEYSHA KHAIMOVICH 1888-1973 new
KAPLAN PEYSAKH GILEVICH 1894-1975 new
KAPLAN RASYA SIMONOVNA 1898-1996 new
KATKOV ABRAM LEYBOVICH 1920-1991 new
KATKOV LEYBA MOVSHOVICH 1887-1957 old
KATKOVA DVOIRA DAVYDOVNA 1897-1961 old
KATKOVA NINA ARONOVNA 1917-1983 new
KATKOVA SARA MOISEEVNA 1895-1973 new
KATS DINA FROIMOVNA 1893-1973 new
KATS KHAIM-ZALMAN LAZAREVICH 1878-1960 old
KATSENELSON IZRAIL YAKOVLEVICH -1955 old
KATSMAN ELYA RUVIMOVICH 1892-1984 new
KESELMAN IOSIF MENDELEVICH 1908-1973 new
KHAIKIN ALTER ABRAMOVICH 1884-1970 old
KHASIN NAUM LVOVICH 1895-1968 old
KHAYKIN ELYA KHAIMOVICH 1906-1983 new
KHAYKINA MANYA DAVIDOVNA 1923-1998 new
KHAYKINA SONYA MOISEEVNA 1896-1975 new
KHAZANOV BORIS LAZAROVICH 1886-1962 old
KHAZANOVA BRONYA ABRAMOVNA 1884-1964 old
KHISLAVSKY ZALMAN MENDELEVICH 1894-1970 old
KHLEVNER MORDUKH MEYEROVICH 1887-1960 old
KLEBANOV ISAK VULFOVICH 1947-1976 new
KLEBANOVA YENTA GIRSHEVNA 1898-1973 new
KOROBOK FAYVEL KHAIMOVICH 1861-1977 new
KOROBOK ISAK KHAIMOVICH 1888-1973 new
KUCHINSKAYA FEYGA ISROLOVNA 1902-1991 new
KUCHINSKIY RUVA IZRAILEVICH 1896-1974 new
LAZAREV GRIGORY ABRAMOVICH 1914-1968 old
LEVIN GIRSH ARONOVICH 1892-1982 new
LEVINA MUSYA YUDOVNA 1890-1960 old
LEVINA OLYA ITSKOVNA 1907-1973 new
LEYBOVICH ARON SEMYONOVICH 1918-1995 new
LEYKIN MOISEY SOLOMONOVICH 1885-1963 old
LEYKINA LIZA ROMANOVNA 1917-1979 new
LEYKINA NEKHAMA SAMUILOVNA 1887-1964 old
LIPOVSKAYA RONYA LAZAREVNA 1895-1963 old
LIVSHITS A.L. 188-1951 old
LIVSHITS SARRA LVOVNA 1890-1948 old
MADORSKAYA LEYA ABRAMOVNA 1888-1958 old
MADORSKAYA SIMA MOISEYEVNA 1905-1971 old
MADORSKY LEYBA NAKHIMOVICH 1888-1955 old
MAIZUS PESYA ZUSEVNA 1891-1967 old
MARGOLINA ESFIR MARKOVNA 1890-1967 old
MARGOVSKAYA GENYA NAUMOVNA 1925-1959 old
MILLER MOSHE KHAIMOVICH 1890-1972 new
MILLER TOYBA BERKOVNA 1890-1984 new
MITSIGENDLER IDA SEMYONOVNA 1901-1956 old
NAFTOLIN K.YU. 1880-1946 old
NAFTOLIN NAUM KHAIMOVICH 1907-1965 new
NAFTOLINA SONYA YEFIMOVNA 1912-1990 new
NAIMARK RAISA KHAIMOVNA -1956 old
NEKHAMKIN ARON ABELEVICH 1885-1971 old
NEKHAMKIN ISER YAKOVLEVICH 1914-1983 new
NEKHAMKIN YAKOV ABELEVICH 1879-1959 old
NOVIK MARK KHONONOVICH 1937-1966 old
NOVIK MIKHAIL KHAIMOVICH 1938-1967 new
ORLOVA IDA YAKOVLEVNA 1913-1968 old
OSTROVSKAYA KLARA SEMYONOVNA 1929-1960 old
PECHERSKAYA ELA MEEROVNA 1926-1996 new
PERCHIKOVA DVOYRA VILEVNA 1937-1984 new
PESETSKAYA POLINA BORISOVNA 1898-1961 old
PESETSKY GENAH BORISOVICH 1893-1970 old
PLAKSIN PEYSHA GRIGORYEVICH 1922-1986 new
PLOTKIN ISAK IOSIFOVICH 1888-1956 old
PLOTKIN RFAIL YAKOVLEVICH 1900-1969 new
PLOTKINA DVOIRA MEYEROVNA 1888-1960 old
POLYAK FEYGA PINKHUSOVNA 1886-1986 new
POLYAK MOISEY DAVIDOVICH 1886-1963 new
PRITYKIN MOISEY SOLOMONOVICH 1894-1966 old
PRITYKINA KHAYA BORISOVNA 1898-1960 old
RABINOVICH ABRAM MARKOVICH 1892-1966 old
RABINOVICH BRAINA IOSIFOVNA 1892-1961 old
RABINOVICH SHAYA LEYBOVICH 1888-1964 old
RABKIN KHAIM MORDUKHOVICH 1890-1966 old
RASKINA SOFYA SOLOMONOVNA 1925-1958 old
RAYKHMAN DAVID ARONOVICH 1904-1982 new
RAYKHMAN SIFA DAVYDOVNA 1900-1973 new
REIZLINA FAINA YAKOVLEVNA 1908-1969 old
RENGOLD FEYGA GIRSHEVNA 1911-1968 new
RODOV MIKHAIL BORISOVICH 1952-1984 new
RODOV MOISEY LVOVICH 1917-1973 new
ROSENBAUM RAKHIL NAUMOVNA 1896-1956 old
ROSENBLAT RAKHIL BENTSIANOVNA 1899-1966 old
ROZENBLIT IZRAIL BENTSIANOVICH 1902-1978 new
RUBANCHIK KHAIM WULFOVICH 1873-1963 old
RUBINCHIK SIMA SAMOILOVNA 1884-1969 old
RUBINCHIK YAKOV IZRAILEVICH 1881-1960 old
RUKHOVETS PESYA PINKHUSOVNA 1882-1964 old
RUTMAN KHAYA KIVOVNA 1894-1971 new
RUTMAN LEYBA KIVOVICH 1874-1958 old
RUTMAN SARRA SHEVELEVNA 1908-1970 old
SHANDALOV SHLEMA KIVOVICH 1876-1942 old
SHAPIRO RAISA BENTSIANOVNA 1906-1965 old
SHAPIRO ZALMAN DAVIDOVICH 1902-1968 new
SHAPSHINA BLUMA MENDELEVNA 1895-1966 old
SHAPSHINA SEYNA WULFOVNA 1870-1959 old
SHKOLNIK VLADIMIR ZALMANOVICH 1937-1996 new
SHNEUR REYZL ZELIKOVNA 1898-1976 new
SHNEUR SH.M. 1889-1964 old
SHUB RAKHIL ABRAMOVNA -1946 old
SHUB SONYA MEEROVNA 1895-1975 new
SHULKINA BUNYA ZEVELEVNA 1868-1942 old
SHULKINA SONYA KHAIMOVNA 1899-1968 old
SHVARTSMAN DAVID KHAIMOVICH 1890-1964 new
SHVARTSMAN KHAIM MOISEYEVICH 1888-1952 old
SHVARTSMAN NISEL SIMONOVICH 1917-1975 new
SHVARTSMAN SEYNA YEFIMOVNA 1914-1984 new
SHVARTSMAN YUDUL NOKHIMOVICH 1894-1974 new
SIMKIN KHAIM LAZAREVICH` 1893-1960 old
SIMKINA RAISA ISAKOVNA 1886-1960 old
SLAVIN ABRAM PEKHUSOVICH 1901-1966 old
SLAVIN BORIS MOISEYEVICH 1888-1958 old
SLAVIN GRIGORY SAMUILOVICH 1900-1969 old
SLAVIN IOSIF MOISEEVICH 1893-1975 new
SLAVINA BEYLA BERKOVNA 1891-1975 new
SLAVINA KHANA IZRAILEVNA 1895-1987 new
SLAVINA SARRA IOSIFOVNA 1901-1964 old
SLAVINA YELENA BORISOVNA 1950-1970 old
SLAVINA YELIZAVETA MARKOVNA 1895-1964 old
SMOLKIN FRID ELYEVICH 1904-1974 new
SMOLKIN SOLOMON DAVYDOVICH 1927-1964 old
SOKOLSKY M.A. 1891-1968 old
SONDAK ABRAM VLADIMIROVICH 1927-1947 old
SONDAK NISAN LEYBOVICH 1856-1939 old
SONDAK SIMA ARONOVNA 1896-1972 new
SONDAK VLADIMIR ZUSIMOVICH 1888-1942 old
STAROBINSKAYA KHAYA FAIVELEVNA 1885-1957 old
STAROBINSKAYA MALKA AIZIKOVNA 1893-1969 old
STAROBINSKAYA RIVA MATVEYEVNA 1922-1969 old
STAROBINSKIY ISER FAYVELEVICH 1895-1984 new
STAROBINSKIY RUVIM AFROIMOVICH 1909-1984 new
STAROBINSKIY YESEL ARONOVICH 1906-1983 new
TRILESENSKAYA BELA GRIGORYEVNA 1910-1973 new
TUFELD KHASYA SIMONOVNA 1898-1974 new
TURKIN ABRAM ISEROVICH 1913-1993 new
TUROK YAKOV SIMONOVICH 1912-1988 new
USEVICH GARIK FAYVELEVICH 1909-1974 new
VAKSMAN MERA SIMENOVNA 1912-1996 new
VIGDORCHIK LEYA NEOKHOVNA 1891-1937 old
VILENCHIK-GOLDINA SARRA ISEROVNA 1902-1964 old
VISHNEVSKIY VLADIMIR DAVIDOVICH 1928-1965 new
VOLFSON RAISA B. 1891-1972 old
YAKHNICH VELYA YAKOVLEVICH 1913-1973 new
ZABOLOTINA GITA ELYEVNA 1893-1963 old
ZBOROVSKAYA S.R. 1892-1968 old
ZBOROVSKY ARON DAVYDOVICH 1888-1961 old
ZLOTNIKOV BORIS DAVYDOVICH 1935-1963 old
ZLOTNIKOV DAVID ITSKOVICH 1904-1973 new
ZLOTNIKOV GIRSH KHAIMOVICH 1886-1972 new
ZLOTNIKOV SIMEN GIRSHEVICH 1894-1974 new
ZLOTNIKOVA LEYA ISEROVNA 1910-1976 new
ZOLOTARYOV SAMUIL BENTSOVICH 1898-1979' new
ZOLOTARYOVA GOLDA MEYEROVNA 1878-1957 old
ZOLOTARYOVA TSYLYA MOISEEVNA 1909-1992 new

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