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In Eternal Praise for the Martyrs of Sierpc

Translated by Jerrold Landau

 


Shmaryahu (Shmerl) the son of Reb Avraham Zeev (Wolf) Chazan

Drowned in the sea of Tel Aviv on the 25th of Tammuz 5686 [1926], in his 25th year of life, through his desire to save people from drowning.

May his soul be bound in the bonds of eternal life

 


Pinchas Waltsman

Murdered in sanctification of the Divine Name by the Nazis, on the second night of Sukkot, 5700 [1939] in his 23rd year of life, through his desire to save the synagogue of Sierpc from the fire ignited by the Nazis.

May his soul be bound in the bonds of eternal life

 


Chana the daughter of Reb Yosef Koperman

Active in the underground of the Warsaw ghetto. Murdered as she attempted to bring weapons into the ghetto.

May her soul be bound in the bonds of eternal life

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Rivka the daughter of Reb Yosef Leib Tac

(Ika Richter)

A teacher and educator who had concern for children. Active in the underground in offering assistance of children and adults in France.

May her soul be bound in the bonds of eternal life

 


The lawyer Yehoshua the son of Reb Ezriel Podskoc

One of the activists of “Centas” (orphanage). Active in the underground in offering assistance to children in the Warsaw Ghetto.

May his soul be bound in the bonds of eternal life

 


Isser (Asher the son of Mordechai) the son of Reb Mordechai Czeslak

Fell in the War of Independence in the north of the Land, in the area of Dafna on the 10th of Tammuz, 5708 [1948] in his 28th year of life.

May his soul be bound in the bonds of eternal life

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In eternal memory

The important activist of many deeds in the Diaspora and in the Land: Avraham the son of David (Mlawa), a member of the town council and communal council of Sierpc, and Chairman of the Organization of Sierpc Natives in Israel.

The Mourners: the Organization of Sierpc natives in Israel, and the organizations of Sierpc Natives in the United States

 


In eternal memory

The important activist of many deeds on behalf of his fellow townsfolk and others

Max Sina (Mordechai Czina), chairman of the Young Mens' (the youth), and chairman of the United Relief Committee of the Sierpc natives in the United States.

The mourners: The organizations of Sierpc Natives in the United States, and the Organization of Sierpc Natives in Israel

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My parents Meir and Sara Liebson

My brother Avraham Baruch Liebson and his family

My sister Mindel, her husband Feivish Lipka, and their daughters Dina and Hadassah

My sister Beila Rachel, her husband Menachem Sloma, their daughter Dina and son Yisrael

My sister Pesa, her husband Yechiel Ozer Krol and their daughter Dina

My relatives:

Moshe and Kuka Wesolek, their daughters Mindel and Gitel and son Zalman

Naftali and Sheina Mindel Liebson, their daughters Reizel and Rachel and son Avraham

Pese Eibeshitz and family

Bracha Gotlibowska and family

Wolf Sznicer and family

Yosef Sznicer and family

Yisrael and Dina Liebson

Yisrael Chaim and Reizel Jeszajewicz

In sorrow: Yitzchak Aharon Liebson, Detroit, Michigan

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My parents: Menachem Mendel and Chaya Sara Bendkowski

My sister: Perl

My brothers: Meir and Yechezkel

In sorrow: Morris Bendkowski, Bronx, N.Y.

 

My sister Chana

My brother-in-law Yeshaya Horowitz and children

My sister-in-law Miriam Karpa and children

Freidel Bril and children

Yitzchak Karpa, wife and children

Malka, Sara, and children

In sorrow: Rivka Arpa (Karpa), Brooklyn, N.Y.

 


My parents: Mordechai Leib and Rachel Bryn

My brothers and sisters: Yaakov Zeev, Yitzchak Meir, Asher, Gittel, Aryeh, Sara

In sorrow: Binyamin Bryn, Bronx, N.Y.

 

Children of Yaakov David Bornstein

Miriam, Beila, Rachel, Menucha, Yechezkel, Yisrael Meir

In sorrow: Anna Aler, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 


My parents: Baruch Mendel and Rivka Gotlibowski

My sister Feiba Gotlibowski

My brother Leml Gotlibowski and family

My sister Sara, her husband Zalman Atlas, and children

My sister Elka, her husband Moshe Niepamacz, and their child Neshe

In sorrow: Nathan Gotlieb, Bronx, N.Y.

 

Our parents: Shmuel Asher and Pese Malka Ostoszower

Sara and her children Rechl

Tova and her son Shmuel Asher

Sister Rivka and her husband Wolf

Sister Rachel Lea and her husband Hirsch

Brother Leibish, his wife Mindel

Brother Berl, his wife Sara

And their children

In sorrow: Morris, Mordechai and Yehoshua Ostoszower, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 


Our parents Reb Yehoshua and Rozia Goldman

Our sister Yocheved and her husband Yitzchak Kleinman

Their son David, and daughter Leah

The mourners: Rabbi Moshe Dov Goldman, Cleveland Ohio; Golda Goldman, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

Ester Sara Buda

Yeshaya Buda

Chava Leah Liebson

Yehudit Liebson

Neshe Niemczowka

Freidel Folda

In sorrow: Willy and Dina Buda, Yonkers, N.Y.

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Mordechai Leib Neznokani

In sorrow: Joe Harris, Chicago, Illinois

 

My parents: Shlomo and Chava Gongola

My sisters: Malka and Tzirel

In sorrow: Leibel Gongola, Bronx, New York

 


Baruch Burgand and wife

Pesa Burgand, Moshe Reichgot, Hinda, Pesa, Chana

In sorrow: Yitzchak Horowitz, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

My sister Nisel, her husband and children

My sister Reizel, her husband Meir Zemelman and children

In sorrow: Meir Gancher

 


Shimon Petrikus, Sara, Pesa, Moshe, Avraham Czarnoczopka, Beila

In sorrow: Nathan Horowitz, Jackson Heights, N.Y.

 

My parents Yitzchak and Chaya Sara Glasman

My sister Pnina Glasman

My brother Meir

Tzvi Rotenberg and family

Ben Zion Szampon and family

Nechama and Manya Benkelsdorf

Esther Rachel Szampon

In sorrow: Tovia Glasman, New York

 


My parents: David Tuchendler, Sara Tuchendler

In sorrow: Meir Tuchendler

 

My parents: Feivish and Rivka Diagenes

My brother: Feivel

My sister Hene

My step-father Chaim Moshe Rubinstein

My brother: Mendel Rubinstein

My brother: Henech

In sorrow: Alex Diagenes, Bronx, N.Y.

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My brother Hershel, his wife Freda

My brother Chaim, his wife Esther and daughter

My brother Aharon

My sister Rivka and her husband David Altman and children

My sister Zisa Lesman

My step-mother Chaya Sara Lesman

In sorrow: Noach Lesman, New York

 

Rachel Leah Lerer, Moshe Aharon, Bronia, and two children

Meir and Gutsha Czarek, Gutkind Renkel, Ita Lazenska, Hirsch Lazensky and two children, Masha and Meir Konskowolski

In sorrow: Nachman and Milia Czarek, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 


My father Avraham Burgand (ritual slaughterer)

My brother Moshe, his wife Dvora, and their children Dina, Leah, Nathan

In sorrow: Rikl Moskowich, Brooklyn, N. Y.

 

My parents Shmuel and Sara Krida

My brother David

My sister Malka and her fiancé Yehuda Cudek

My sister Bluma Gitel

My sister Masha Chaskelowicz and family

Moshe, Mendel, Chaim Tzudek Czarslif and families

Sara Zumerowicz and children

Avidgor Konskowolski and family

In sorrow: Fela Czarnow, Bronx, N. Y.

 


Binyamin and Sara Sobol

Gershon Mintz and his family

Avraham and Breina Kriger and family

In sorrow: Leib and Rasha Mintz, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

Pesa Buchalter and family

Yaakov Antkowicz, wife Tzirel and children

In sorrow: Saul Jurish, New York

 


My parents: Abish and Rachel Nemlich

My sister Adela

My brother Shmuel

Pinchas and Adela Gut and their two children

In sorrow: Harold Nemlich, New York

 

My parents: Avraham Yitzchak and Rivka Lipsky

My sister Mindel

My sister Leah

My sister Yeta

Their husbands and children

In sorrow: Julius (Gedalia) Lipsky, Hewlett, New York

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My parents: Yosef and Yeta Pindek

My brother Moshe

My sister Mindel

My sister Chana

Their husbands and children

In sorrow: Chaim Pindek, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

David and Rikl Lea Rozen

Sara Rozen, Malka Szurik, Sara

In sorrow: Max Sina, Brooklyn, New York

 


Esther Holender and two daughters

Sara Rozen, her husband and children

Melech Koliski's four daughters

In sorrow: Levi Koliski, New York

 

My parents: Michel and Mirel Smolenski

Rachel, Yisrael, Sara Dvora, Beila

In sorrow: Leon Smolen, New Jersey

 


Hirsch Kutna, his wife and children

Zisa Malka Kutna, Shlomo Kutna

In sorrow: Morris and Roiza Kamer, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

Shmuel Elba, his wife and children

Eliahu Elba, his wife and children

Tzirel Nogrodzka and family

In sorrow: Reuven Elba

 


My parents; Shmuel Yitzchak and Esther Tac

My brother: Velvel Tac

In sorrow: B. Kuyovsky, Montreal, Canada

 

My mother Rachel Podskoc

My wife Rivka

My daughter Chana

My mother-in-law Beila Sperling

In sorrow: Yaakov Podskotch, Brooklyn, New York

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In eternal memory

My brother Yaakov Hirsch Jeszajewicz and his wife Chaya Sara

Murdered by the Nazi murderers

In sorrow: Rivka Alter (Jeszajewicz) New York

Meir David Alter

 


My parents Leib and Sara Szweicer

In sorrow: Ben Schweitzer, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

My parents: Meir and Malka Rzeszotka

My brother Yosef, his wife Tzipora

My sister Rachel Leah, her husband and their children

My brother Hirsch Michael (died in Buenos Aires)

My grandfather and grandmother Baruch and Chana, their children and grandchildren

In sorrow: Mordechai Reshotka, New York

 


My parents: Lipa and Tzirel Nasielski

My sisters, brothers, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law and their children

In sorrow: Keidi Schweitzer, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

Dvora Szampon, Reuven Szampon, Rachel Szampon

In sorrow: Aharon Shampon, Long Island, N.Y.

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The Jeszajewicz family of Sierpc

In holy memory of my beloved, unforgettable wife Reva Alter (Rivka Jeszajewicz)

Born in Sierpc, died on October 30 1956 in New York

Her father Shmuel Leib, her mother Lipsha Tona (died before the Second World War)

Her brothers Yaakov Hirsch, his wife Chaya Sara; Meir Yisrael, his wife Chana

Her sisters Nicha and husband Henech; Shifra and husband Yidel

And all their children, uncles and aunts, with the large, wide-branched family who were murdered along with the entire Jewish community by the German Hitlerist murderers.

May these lines serve as a monument for those who were murdered and died

Honor to their memory: Meir David Alter, New York

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In eternal memory

Our dear parents Reb Shmuel Asher and Pesa Malka Osczewer

Our sister Rivka, her husband Wolf Osczewer, and their children Shifra Yiska, Zisa, Rachel (Rachcha), Avraham Yitzchak

Our sister Rachel Leah, her husband Hirsch Kamin, and children Shmuel Asher, Moshe.

Our brother Leibush, his wife Mindel Osczewer and their son Yosef

Our brother Berel, his wife Sara, and their children Shmuel Asher and three other children

Our brother Efraim (who died in Israel)

Sara Osczewer (Gothelf) and her daughter Rechel

Tova Osczewer (Jeszajewicz) and son Shmuel Asher

The mourners: Moshe Meir Oschever (United States), Mordechai Oschever (Israel), Yehoshua Oschever (United States)

 


Avraham Yitzchak (Itzik) Osczewer and his wife Sara

The mourner: Bennet Zaman (Berlin)

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Leibush and his wife Reizel Osczewer and their daughter Trana and her husband

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Yehoshua and his wife Hena Osczewer, and their children Avraham Yitzchak and Berl

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Moshe and Solek and his wife, and their children: Zalman and his wife, Gitel and her husband Klopfisz, Yitzchak and his wife

Meir and his wife Tova Rivka Gothelf, and their children Yosel, Frimet, Berl, Feiga

The mourners: Mordechai and Rela Osczewer

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Leib and his wife Nechama (Chuma) Rozenthal

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Shlomo Zalman and wife Gitel Freidman

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Mordechai and his wife Rivka Lopatka, and their children Hirsch and his wife Fradel and their children; Esther and her husband Moshe Juan; Henech

{translator's note, this is a composite memorial, and the dedication below apparently applies to the entire bottom part of this page.}

Remaining in grief: Moshe Meir (United States), Mordechai (in Israel), and Yehoshua (United States) Oschever

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For eternal memory

Our beloved parents: Yechezkel and Tova Leah Eizikowicz

Our beloved sisters and brothers-in-law: Nechama Chana and Yosef Karpa, Sara Rachel and Moshe Moszkowicz, Esther and Fishel Bramzon, and their children

In sorrow: Chaya Listopad (Eizikovich), Fishel Eizikovich

My relatives: Binyamin and Sara Sobol

My aunt Esther and uncle Feivush Zabicky and their children

In sorrow: Chaya Listopad (Eizikovich)

 


In memory of our sister and her family of blessed memory who perished in the Holocaust, may G-d avenge their blood

Yaakov Lemil Jotko, Esther-Sara (nee Arpa) Jotko, Eliahu Leib, and Yakor Jotko

The mourners: Miriam and Tzvi Arpa and their families. Yiska and Yitzchak Modzivsky and their families

 

In memory of our parents, sisters and brothers of blessed memory who perished in the Holocaust, may G-d avenge their blood

Arpa Kalman, Tova Leah, Aharon and his family Chaya, Zerach, Yakir

The mourners: Miriam and Tzvi Arpa and their families; Yiska and Yitzchak Modzivsky and their families

 


In memory of our brother and his family of blessed memory who perished in the Holocaust, may G-d avenge their blood

Avraham Chaim, Rachel, Eliahu-Leib, Yakir, and Esther Arpa

The mourners: Miriam and Tzvi Arpa and their families; Yiska and Yitzchak Modzivsky and their families

 

Gedalyahu Friedman, Tzirel (nee Rozinek) Friedman, Hershel and Rachel Leah Friedman, Rivka and Manya Friedman

The mourners: Miriam and Tzvi Arpa and their families. Tzipora and Yisrael Korotkin and their families

 


In memory of our parents, brothers, and sisters of blessed memory who perished in the Holocaust, may G-d avenge their blood

Leib, Esther, Tzadok, and Sara Rozinek

The mourners: Miriam and Tzvi Arpa and their family; Tzipora and Yisrael Kortkin and their family

 

In memory of our sister and her son of blessed memory who perished in the Holocaust, may G-d avenge their blood

Nicha Gonski (nee Arpa) and her son

The mourners: Miriam and Tzvi Arpa and their family; Yiska and Yitzchak Modzivsky and their family

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In memory of our dear parents of blessed memory who perished in the Holocaust

Yair and Sara Oberfeld

And in memory of our sister who died in Russia: Dvora Oberfeld

The mourners: Henia Lewin (Oberfed); Nathan Oberfeld (Mexico), Yaakov Oberfeld (Mexico)

 


In eternal memory

Our grandfather: Chaim Bergson, who died in 5676 (1916)

Our grandmother Rachel (nee Segal) Bergson who died in 5700 (1940)

Holocaust victims:

Our uncle: Yaakov David Bergson and his family

Our aunt: Chana (nee Bergson) and her husband

Our uncle: Yechiel Meir and his family

Our aunt: Liba (nee Bergson) and her family

Our aunt: Tzirel (nee Bergson) and her husband

May their souls be bound in the bonds of eternal life

The mourners: Yitzchak Bergson and family, Avraham Bergson and family, Gershon Bergson and family

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These are the names of our dear ones, victims of the Holocaust

Yisachar Dov Bergson – our father and grandfather

Leah (nee Zeligman) – our mother and grandmother

Chana and Chava – our sisters and aunts

David Bergson – our brother, father and grandfather

Rozia (nee Berman) – our sister-in-law, mother, and grandmother

Avraham, Hena, and Fishel – the children of our brother and nephew

Menachem Mendel Blum – our brother-in-law and uncle

Tova (nee Bergson) – our sister and aunt

Hena, Chaim, and Avraham – children of our sister

David Winer – our brother-in-law and uncle

Tzirel (Czesia) nee Bergson – our sister and aunt

Tamar – daughter of our aunt

For the song of their lives that was cut off in the middle

The mourners who refuse to be comforted

Yitzchak and Sara Bergson and their family of Givatayim; Avraham and Penina Bergson and family of Givatayim; Gershon and Manya Bergson and family of Oprider; Shmuel and Ela Bergson and family of Rishon Letzion.

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And my heart is a container of tears

In memory of my father, mother, brother, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law and their children

Mother Mindel (died in 5697 / 1937)

Father Avraham Wloka

Brother Shmuel Leib

Sister-in-law Genia nee Niemczowka

Their daughter Malia

Sister Dvora Feiga

Brother-in-law Avraham Lenet

Their two children Shmuel David and Rachel Leah

Sister Sheina Rivka

Brother-in-law Moshe Kadecki

Who perished in the Holocaust

In eternal Agony, Efraim Talmai (Wloka)

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In eternal memory

Grandfather and grandmother: Baruch and Chana Zaszotka

Our dear parents: Meir and Malka Zaszotka

Our brother: Yosef and his wife Tzipora Zaszotka, and their children Chana, Yisrael, and Mordechai Yitzchak

Our sister: Rachel Leah, her husband Yosef Skjocznowski and their daughter Chana

Our brother Hirsch Michael who died in Buenos Aires on the 9th of Tammuz 5719 / 1959

The mourners: Sara Tova Kadecki (Argentina), Mordechai Reshotka (United States), Eliezer Meiri (Israel)

 


In eternal memory of our dear ones who perished in the Holocaust

Grandfather and grandmother Reb Yaakov Moshe and Rivka Tulcha Teitelbaum

Uncle Meir Henech Teitelbaum and family

Our dear parents: Mendel Melech and Shrpintza Teitelbaum

Our brothers and sisters: Yehoshua and family, Chana Sara and family, Ester, Freidel, Tulcha, Leib, Ber, Chaim Aharon, and Tova

The mourners: Yitzchak (Izik) Teitelbaum (London), Meir Teitelbaum (Buenos Aires)

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In memory of our father, mother, and sisters, may G-d avenge their blood

Shlomo the son of Avraham Jozilovski of blessed memory

And his wife Sara the daughter of Baruch Leib

Their daughters: Malka, her husband Aharon, and their children Moshe and Tzirel

Miriam and her husband Moshe Dragon

Tzirel

Their daughter-in-law Yenta nee Dragon

May their souls be bound in the bonds of eternal life

[Dedicated by] their sons and daughters: Yona, Batya, Freda, Avraham Moshe, and Yaakov

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In memory of my parents, brother, sisters, and their families of blessed memory

Father: Shmuel Mendel Licht

Mother: Hinda (perished in the Holocaust)
Brother: Fishel
Sister: Tula
Sister: Dvora Feiga Lubinicki
Brother-in-law Mordechai
Their daughter Manya
Their sons Shmuel and Meir

The mourners: Yaakov and Tula Uri (Licht)

 


In memory of our parents, brothers, sisters, and their families

Our dear father Reb Mendel Lenczner

Our dear mother Beila – perished in the Holocaust

Our brothers Shmuel Yitzchak and family, Ber and family, Yosef and family, Zalman and family, Chaim – all perished in the Holocaust

Our sister Tova who died in Israel

The mourners: Bunim and Meir Lenczner

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We weep bitterly for our dear ones who were murdered by the bloodthirsty murderers

Our father Yitzchak Meir and our mother Feiga Motil

Our sister Fela, her son Sender and husband Menachem Grosman

My wife Yocheved and my son Sender Motil

Our aunt Chaya, her sons Moshe and Sender, and her husband Reuven Ruda

Our uncle Binyamin and his son Shimon Sochaczewski

The mourners; Shabtai and Avraham Parpari (Motil) and families, Rishon Letzion and Holon

 


In memory of our dear parents of blessed memory who perished in the Holocaust

Hirsch and Chana Motil

The mourners: Rechavya Parpari (Motil), Shoshana Lapka (Motil, United States), Shmuel Motil (United States)

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In eternal memory

My father's paternal grandfather Reb Yehuda Senderowicz

My father's paternal grandmother Freda

My father's maternal grandmother Reb Moshe Zlocower

My father's maternal grandmother Miriam Beila

My mother's paternal grandfather Reb Yosef Karpa

My mother's paternal grandmother Gitel

My mother's maternal grandfather Reb Yosef Getzel, a shochet in Sierpc

My mother's maternal grandmother Chana Tova

My paternal grandfather Reb Avraham Senderowicz, who died on the 20th of Tammuz 5670 / 1910 at the age of 80

My paternal grandmother Rivka Feiga who died on the 6th of Kislev 5670 / 1909 at the age of 82

My maternal grandfather Reb Mordechai Karpa, a shochet in the region of Sierpc and Żuromin, died on the 4th of Kislev 5676 / 1915 at the age of 66

My maternal grandmother Sara Leah, who died on the 24th of Tishrei 5668 / 1907 at the age of 57

My father Reb Eliezer Senderowicz who died on the 19th of Tammuz 5668 / 1908 at the age of 37

My mother Yocheved who died in Żuromin on the 12 of Adar II 5698 / 1938 at the age of 66

My sister Gitel Beila Karpa who died on the 17 of Cheshvan 5683 / 1922 at the age of 32

The daughter of my sister, Rivka Feiga, died on the 9th of Nisan 5696 / 1926 at the age of 11

The daughter of my sister, Sara Leah who died during the Holocaust in £odz, in 5710 / 1950 {translator's note, something seems incorrect about this date as the Holocaust was over by then} at the age of 28

The son of my sister, Eliezer, who perished during the Holocaust, born in 5678 / 1918

The mourner: Yechiel Moshe Sidroni (Senderowicz)

 


In eternal memory

My dear parents Reb Avraham (perished in the Holocaust) and Lipcha Karpa

My dear sisters Rachel and Freda (perished in the Holocaust)

Our dear children Beila and Mordechai Yitzchak

The mourners; Tova Sidroni (Gitel Karpa) and Yechiel Moshe Sidroni (Senderowicz)

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In memory of our parents, sisters and brothers who perished in the Holocaust

Our dear parents Hirsh Michael and Pesa Senderowicz

Our sisters: Gela and her husband Meir Konskowolski; Chana

Our brothers: Avraham,Yehuda, and Shimon

The mourners: David and Eliezer Senderowicz

 


In memory of our parents, brothers, sister and her family who perished in the Holocaust

Our dear parents Yitzchak Meir and Miriam Rachel Senderowicz

Our sister: Chana Tova and her husband Reuven Szampon, and their daughter Sara

Our brothers: Avraham Yosef, Eliezer, and Aharon Senderowicz

The mourners: Shoshana Stolinsky (Senderowicz), Tzipora Zucker (Senderowicz), Yaakov Senderowicz

 


In memory of our dearly beloved who perished in the Holocaust (except for grandfather)

We will never forget them

Grandfather and grandmother: Reb Mendel and Dina Gerlic (Lipszyc)

Our dear parents: Reb Yehuda Baruch and Miriam Skornik

Our sister Sara and her husband Eliahu Grosman and their children

Our sister Rasha and her husband Aharon Szapira and their children

Our brother: Yochanan, Zalman, Chaim, and Moshe Skornik

The mourners: Pnina (Skornik) and Menachem Avni (Steinhaus) and their children; Hirsch Mordechai Skornik and his family (United States), Yaakov Skornik and family

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In eternal memory

Our parents Yisachar Meir Skurka, Yiska nee Zabicki; Tzvi (Hershel) Czarka, Yetta nee Zeligman

Avraham Zabicki, our brother-in-law; Ester Miriam nee Skurka; my sister and my sister-in-law; David and Pesach, their children

Sara nee Skurka, my sister and my sister-in-law; Dov Czarka – my brother and my brother-in-law; Meir and Hena, their children

Yosef Skurka, my brother and my brother-in-law; his wife Sara

My brother and my brother-in-law Pesach Skurka (perished in an accident in 1930)

My sisters and sisters-in-law: Tova (nee Czarka) Przygoda (died in 5717 / 1957 in Brazil); Elka Czarka (died in 1932); Esther and Breina Czarka

Our uncles: Zelig Czarka, Yisrael Przygoda, Shmuel Czarka, Yitzchak Czarka, Yaakov Zabicki, Yitzchak Zabicki, and their families

Those bitterly mourning: Chaim and Hena Skurka of Givatayim, and their daughter Avia

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In eternal memory

Our father Aharon Czarnoczopka and our mother Esther Leah

Our sisters: Chaya and Freidel; our brother-in-law Avraham Mirnac, and their three children.

Our sister Tamara, our brother-in-law Gedalyahu Markowic, and their three children

Our sister: Karola our brother-in-law Gurko and their daughter.

Our sister Fela, and our brother-in-law Burnsztejn

Our brother Avraham; our sister-in-law Bina, and their three daughters

Our brother Hirsh Wolf; our sister-in-law Roziya, and their son

Our brother-in-law Moshe Yitzchak (Szyzek) Grynberg and his daughter

Honor to their memory

Mourning bitterly: Hyman (Chaim) Schwartz (Czarnoczopka), United States; Anka and David Tauman and family; Sara and Yitzchak Bergson and family; Mania Horowitz, United States.

 


In eternal memory

Our parents, brothers, sisters, and their families

Our dear mother Chaya Sara Frankel the daughter of Reb Eliahu Glezer, died in Sierpc in 1917

Our dear father Yaakov Dov Frankel

Our sister Esther Rotensztejn, her husband Yisrael, and their child

Our brother Asher Frankel, his wife Roza

Our brother Aharon Frankel and his wife

Our brother Nachum Frankel and his wife Dora

Our sister Gutka Zylbersztejn and her husband

Our brother Moshe Frankel, died in Tel Aviv in 1936, his wife Roza, and two children

Our brother Avraham Frankel his wife Malka, and their two children

Who perished in the Holocaust

The mourners: Aryeh and Yitzchak Frankel; Rivka Burnstein (Frankel)

 

In eternal memory

Our dear parents: Yaakov the son of Reb Yehuda Penfil, died on the 14th of Iyar 5680 / 1920

Leah the daughter of Reb Shimon David Szmiga, died on the 25 of Adar II, 5711 / 1951 in Tel Aviv

Our sister Rivka Mitgang and their daughter Tova who perished in the Holocaust in Stalinabad Russia {translator's note: now Dushanbe, Tajikstan}

The mourners: Efraim and Yosef Penfil; Rachel Magenishevski (Penfil); Dvora Feiga Jeszajawicz (Penfil)

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In eternal memory

Dr. Yeshayahu (Salek) Kurta the son of Shmuel and Chana

Died in his prime in 1937 in Montpellier, France from a malignant disease at the end of his university studies

The mourners: His parents, brothers, sisters, and their families

The dentist, Dr. Eliezer Mendel (Leon) Kurta the son of Shmuel and Chana

Perished in his prime on a death train on the way from the Wiarzbnik-Starachowice Camp to the Auschwitz Camp in 1944

The mourners: his parents, brothers, sisters, and their families

 


In memory of my dear parents

Avraham and Breina Kriger

My sister Rachel

My brother Tovia

My relatives Shimon and Manya Haberberg; Gershon and Leah Mintz, and their children; Falek, Masha, and Marek Junisz

Who perished in the Holocaust

The mourner: Moshe Kriger

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With great sorrow and endless agony

We weep bitterly for our dear family members who were murdered by the impure murderers of our people during the Holocaust in Poland

My father, the dearest of people, modest and upright, Reb Moshe David of blessed memory Kempner

M mother, righteous and a doer of good deeds Ita Tzvia of blessed memory

My sister, a refined soul, Chaya Yehudit of blessed memory and her son Yerachmiel of blessed memory

My young and pleasant brother Aryeh Leib of blessed memory

Our dear grandfather Reb Yisrael Juan of blessed memory

Uncles and aunts and their families of blessed memory

May G-d avenge their pure blood. May their souls be bound in the bonds of eternal life. Their memories are etched in our hearts forever

Mourning bitterly: Alter Ben-Zion Kempner and family, Bnei Brak, Israel

Baruch Kempner and family, Chicago United States

 


With deep grief and sadness, we weep over the tragic death of our beloved parents, sisters and brothers, and their families

Our beloved father Yitzchak of blessed memory Grapa

Our beloved mother Yocheved of blessed memory

Our beloved brother Shual of blessed memory, his wife Rivka and three children

Our beloved sister Leah, her husband Moshe Aharon Grapa, and two children

Our beloved brother Wolf Grapa, his wife Pesa, and two children

Our beloved sister Dvora (Grapa) Fenster, her husband Yosef, and one child

Our beloved brother Yehoshua Meir, his wife Breina of blessed memory

Our unforgettable beloved youngest sister Rachel Grapa of blessed memory

Our uncles Feivish Grapa, and David Grapa and his wife Michla

Our aunt Chana Horowitz (Karpa), her husband Shaya, and two children

Our uncle Tanchum Grapa and his entire family

Our aunt Breina Grapa and her entire family

Our aunt Miriam Karpa and family

Their bright memory will remain etched in our hearts until the end of our lives

Son Moshe Grapa and family, daughter Yiska Grapa (Kempner) and family

 


Our dear father Yitzchak (Itcha) Papirczyk

(died on the 23rd of Nisan 598 / 1938)

Our dear mother Udel (perished in the Holocaust)

Our dear sisters: Esther Gitel, Rachel, and Dvora, who perished in the Holocaust

The mourners: their daughters and sisters: Frania, Hasa, Fruma, Yafa and families

 

“And every heart will weep, and every eye will drop tears”

“These I remember and my soul will pour out”

Our dear parents who perished in the Holocaust: Reb Menachem Aryeh (Leibel) and Ruda Kramarz of blessed memory

The mourners: their daughters and families: Miriam Kramarz – Dorfman, and Leah Kramarz – Topor

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In memory of our dear parents, sisters, and brother of blessed memory who perished in the Holocaust, may G-d avenge their blood

Simcha Szulz, Chaya Szulz, Chana Szulz, Yitzchak Szulz, Bina Szulz, Sara Sulz, Yehudit Szulz

The mourners: Dvora and Baruch Bachin and family; Ida and Avraham Szulz and family; Yedidya and Efraim Szulz and family; Yaakov Szulz

 


In memory of my dear parents, sister, brother and family

My father Reb Yosef the son of Reb Yitzchak Aharon Sznicer of blessed memory, died on 20 Tishrei 5696 / 1935

My mother Tova Silka the daughter of Reb Moshe of blessed memory, died on the 22nd of Shvat 5700 / 1940

My sister Sheina Hendel Sznicer, her husband Yitzchak Aharon, and their children Moshe, Leah, Beila, and Chava

My brother Yitzchak David Sznicer, his wife Chana, and their children Leah, Beila, and Tova

Perished in the Holocaust

The mourner: Aharon Leib Sznicer

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In memory of my parents, brothers, and sister who perished in the Holocaust

My dear parents: Avraham and Chaya Freidel Meiranc

My brothers: Yitzchak and Yaakov

My sister: Zlatka

The mourner: Chaim Meirantz and family

 

For the untimely deaths of our dear ones:

Aharon Yehoshua Weisroza and family

Yitzchak Meir Rusak and family

Yaakov Weisroza and family

Mirle, Leah, and Sara

Yenta Weisroza and family

Sara Beila Weisroza and family

Shimshon Mordechai Weisroza and family

Yaakov Yosef Weisroza and family

Shepsl (Shabtai) Weisroza and family

Yehuda Weisroza and family

Avigdor Konskowolski and family

Baruch Atlas and family

Zalman Atlas and family

Mordechai Lipa Atlas and family

Leib Danczyk and family

The mourners: Yosef David and Henia Weisroza

 


My dear family who were tortured and murdered by the Nazi wild men

My dear mother Esther Rachel Szampon

My sisters Pesa Steinhaus and family; Chaya Sara Glasman and family; Chana Rivka Rotenberg and family; Nechama Bengelsdorf and family

My brother Ben-Zion Szampon and family

I will never forget them

The mourner: Dr. Ezriel Szampon and family

 

Our dear parents and relatives who perished in the Holocaust

Meir and Beila (Falcha) Cyprys

Eliahu and Chana (Cyprys) Gotlibowski and their son Yaakov

Henik and Nacha (Cyprys) Bursztejn and their son Adam

We will never forget them

The mourners: Rivka Cyprys, Nina Gotlibowska – Friedman

 

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