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Personal Family Memorials

Assembled by M.D.

Translated by Ann Gleich Harris

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For Those Close to Our Hearts
Who Were Destroyed at the Hands of the Evil-Doers

To Immortalize Them Forever We Perpetuate Their Names

 



Our beloved sister, Feige Altman and her husband Wilka,
Our brother, Moshe Altman, who perished in the Shoah.
May they be remembered forever

 
REMEMBERED BY:

Pesach Altman
Michael Altman
Shmuel Altman

Haifa

 

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Their Souls Are in Heaven

Our Parents:
Esther Malka Charap Barer
Hersch Barer

 
OUR FATHER, Hersch Barer, one of the respected men of the town, brilliant scholar, educated in Torah, literature and general knowledge, an honest man who observed the commandments, a man of faith and devoted to tradition, who always walked the path of truth and honesty, a good heart, dedicated to family, pursued justice, accepted by all people, admired by all who knew him, he was active in public service.

OUR MOTHER, Esther Malka, a modest woman, gave charity to the poor, preserved and was faithful to tradition

May their memory be preserved FOREVER.

 

THEIR CHILDREN:

Leah Barer Korngold
Reisel Barer

Haifa, Tel Aviv

 

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In Eternal Memory of my parents, Esther and Wolf Fischer, who died in Jezierna. My father Wolf was a communal activist, head of the community for many years, a charitable man, he helped the poor and needy in various ways. He used to distribute potatoes at Pesach and wood in the winter. He was a learned man.

My mother Esther was a house wife who helped needy women . She went to pray every Sabbath, kept kosher and preserved the traditions of our forefathers.

From the 7 siblings, I am the only one that remained among the living after the time of destruction. Four brothers and their families and two sisters and their families were murdered.

 

 

IN ETERNAL MEMORY OF THEM:

Leibish Fischer and his family
Josef Fischer and his family
Scholom Fischer and his family
Mottel Fischer and his family
Josef Kelman, my brother-in-law and his family
My sister, Chana, and her husband Avraham Zamojre
and their son, Yisraelik
My brother, Scholom Fischer

 

They will never be forgotten!

REMEMBERED BY:

Regina Fischer Ginzburg

Tel Aviv

 

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Epitaph to remember our beloved parents, who were murdered in the Shoah.
Sara Fuchs, daughter of Esther and Gerschon Turkel
Leib Fuchs, son of Yosef and Jocheved
To remember forever our brother
Jakov Fuchs, son of Leib and Sara Fuchs
Who went through the Circles of Hell of the Shoah.
He survived and died of a heart attack at only age 59.

May Their Memory Be Blessed

 

 

REMEMBERED BY:

Their daughters and his sisters
Deborah Gilad—Elisheva Fuchs Yaffe

Hadera

 

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TO REMEMBER FOREVER

 

Our Parents: Eliahu Gottfried—Sarel Gottfried
Our sister: Devora Gottfried Fuchs
Our brother-in-law: Avraham Fuchs

 

Our father was a respected man, who adhered to the mitzvot, honest, pursued justice, philanthropic, a dedicated Zionist, a man with a good heart, devoted to his family.

May Their Memory Be Blessed


REMEMBERED BY:

Deborah Zamojre Gottfried—Shlomo Gottfried

Hadera

 

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IN COMMEMORATION

Our Parents

Meier Zamojre
Ettel Feuring Zamojre

Our Sisters and Brothers

Ida Tyncie and her husband Jakob Zamojre And their children
Azriel (Dzionek) and Ronia
Mina and her husband Shloma Blatt

We are heart-broken over them, murdered at the hands of the evil ones.

May they be remembered forever

 
 

 

REMEMBERED BY:

Devora Zamojre Gottfried
Azriel Zamojre
Chaim Zamojre

Hadera—Haifa

 

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TO THE ETERNAL MEMORY OF OUR LOVED AND DEAR ONES

Parents and Siblings
My mother, Miriam Eidel
My father, Sholom Eidel
My sister Leitzi and her husband Yechiel Bein
My sister Esther and her family
My brother Buni, who died as a hero in the First World War in 1916

HONOR TO THEIR MEMORY

“May their souls be bound up in the bonds of eternal life”

REMEMBERED BY:

Nathan Eidel and his family

United States

YYYYYYY

 

ETERNAL REMEMBRANCE

My grandfather David Blaustein
My grandmother Taube
My mother Shoshana (Roza)
My father Ben-Zion Blaustein
My brother Moishe

Their souls are in Gan Eden (Paradise)

REMEMBERED BY:

Dozia (Devora) Blaustein Izower
United States

 

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HEAVENLY SOULS

In Memory of Our Beloved Parents
My father David Blaustein
My mother Taube
My brother Ben-Zion Blaustein

And his wife Shoshana Lechowicz
And their son Moshe

May they be remembered forever

REMEMBERED BY:

Regina Blaustein Schwalb

Tel Aviv

YYYYYYY

 

HEAVENLY SOULS

In Memory of my beloved sister and family
Shoshana (Roza) Blaustein Moschisker
her husband, Shlomo Moschisker
their son, Dr. Yosef Moschisker, physician, and his son Moshe
Charlotta Blaustein and her sons Ben-Zion and David
Freida Blaustein Karp
Her Husband Asio Karp
their daughter Tosia
Johasia Blaustein Nussbaum
Her husband Bronek Nussbaum
Their daughter Tosia and son David

May they be remembered forever

Regina Blaustein Schwalb

Tel Aviv

 

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A Memorial To Our Friend—Beloved and Honorable Son of Jezierna

Joseph Zilberberg, Son of Jacob
Died in New York, USA.

For many years he was the secretary of the Jezierna Society in the United States “Sons of Solomon.” A man of Torah and general knowledge, dedicated to tradition, walked in a righteous path, adhered to the commandments, honest and well regarded by all his friends, participated in public life, helped the needy, good-hearted. His house was always open to his friends and acquaintances.

He was a devoted Zionist.

May he be remembered forever

REMEMBERED BY:

The Organizing Committee of Jezierna Descendants in Israel
Pesach Altman, Menachem Duhl, Yitzchak Charap, Azriel Zamojre, Chana Yardeni, Devora and Shlomo Gottfried, Shimon Kritz, Yakov Segal, Lippe Fisher

YYYYYYY

 

TO THE ETERNAL MEMORY OF OUR LOVED AND DEAR ONES

Our Parents and Sisters

My mother BLUMA CHARAP
My father AVRAHAM CHARAP
My sister PUPE and her husband JAKOB BYK

and their children

My sister RACHEL and her husband

Their memories will be honored!
Their names will be inscribed forever
They will never be forgotten

REMEMBERED BY:

JOSEPH CHARAP

United States

 

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Our hearts ache for these, who were murdered by villains

CHAIM ZOTTENBERG

My Grandfather. He was an honest, decent man, a scholar, intelligent. He dealt with community matters not for the sake of any award, a Zionist. He kept the complex mitzvot as well as the easy. All his life was devoted to helping others. He had discussions with the non-religious in order to show them that Jewish law is the truth so that they would do complete repentance. He was a moderate person, devoted and faithful to tradition, never spoke badly about anyone or gossiped, all his life. He was a moderate person. He followed the path of truth and honesty. One could say about him that he was a Tzaddik. He educated his two daughters in the ways of justice and honesty: my mother Rivke and my Aunt Miriam.

my mother RIVKE

was a woman of kosher ways, a good heart, smart and intelligent. She was devoted to me with all her heart as the love of a mother for her son.

Aunt MIRIAM and Uncle YAKOV AST, of blessed memory,
and their two daughters SHIFRA and ESTHER
My Aunt Miriam was always ready to help others

“May their souls be bound up in the bonds of eternal life”

REMEMBERED BY:

Yehoshua Glickman, Givatayim

YYYYYYY

 

MEMORIAL CANDLE for THOSE MURDERED in the SHOAH

In eternal memory of our dear grandfather, aunt, and unforgettable sister and their families, who were destroyed by the Nazi murderers and their accomplices, may they be damned.

Our Grandfather AZRIEL SCHWAB
Our aunt BASCHA and her husband BEREL ROSENFELD-BLEICH
Our sister FRUMA and her husband SIMCHA
and daughter MALKA
Our sister MANYA and her husband YITZCHOK
and children MONEK and FEIGELE
Our sister PEREL and her daughter FEIGELE

May their holy souls rest in Gan Eden
May God Avenge Them!

REMEMBERED BY:

Their Sister Sima and her husband Shlomo
and the Warhaftig (Amitai) Family, Affula

 

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IN MEMORY OF OUR BELOVED PARENTS
AND SISTER

Our beloved mother REISEL KATZ
Our beloved father YUDEL KATZ
Our beloved sister SLOVA KATZ

Their memory will never depart from us

REMEMBERED BY:

CHANA KATZ RICHMAN
MAX RICHMAN

Canada

 
TO REMEMBER FOREVER

HUSBAND and FATHER
YOSEF KASPI (Zilberman)

He was born in Jezierna and emigrated to Israel in 1936. He made his contribution to building the country. When we walked in the streets of Haifa, especially on Mt. Carmel, he used to find and proudly point out the fences that he had built by hand--hands of an artist. He was a member of the Haganah, a senior clerk in the Ministry of Finance. He devoted himself and his heart and soul to his work because he worked for his beloved homeland.

May he be remembered forever

REMEMBERED BY:

ALIZA his widow
NURIT his daughter

Haifa

 

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Our hearts ache for these,
who were murdered by villains.

Heavenly Souls

OUR BELOVED PARENTS

ERNESTINA ROZENSTOCK KLINGER
WILHELM (Zev) KLINGER

Cousin

SELKA CHARTINER

Murdered by the Nazis , may they be damned,
and their accomplices in the Shoah.

May Their Memory Be Blessed

REMEMBERED BY:

ANNA KLINGER DUHL
granddaughter Dr. YEHUDIT KLINGER SCHARF
MENACHEM DUHL

Haifa

 
YYYYYYY

IN MEMORY OF MY FAMILY WHO WERE MURDERED IN THE SHOAH

BELOVED:

SALA DRESSLER KALAFER my wife
JANETTA KALAFER my mother
AMALIA KALAFER my sister
YEHUDA KALAFER my brother
SANIE ROSENFELD my grandfather

Uncles, Aunts , and Their Families

NATAN ROSENFELD, MATEL ROSENFELD
NATZIO ROSENFELD, MOSHE ROSENFELD
NATAN ROSENFELD cousin

Their names will be engraved forever

REMEMBERED BY:

DR. NORBERT KALAFER

Germany

 

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TO REMEMBER FOREVER

HUSBAND and FATHER

MOSHE (Munie) STEIGER

“Cut down in his youth”

It is hard to get used to the idea that Moshe is no longer with us. All his life, he tried to help the sick and comfort the suffering. He was born in Jezierna and completed high school in Tarnopol. He studied medicine in Italy and continued in Lvov, but never completed his studies. When World War II started, he joined the army and fought the Nazis. After the war, he returned to Poland, but he couldn't bring himself to stay in a country where millions of Jews were killed. He emigrated to Israel and started to work in Rambam Hospital in 1951. He was a member of the workers' committee. He worked with devotion.

May his memory be preserved forever!
His memory will never depart from us

REMEMBERED BY:

BRONIA his widow
DORON-CHAIM his son

Haifa

 
YYYYYYY

My heart aches for these, who were murdered by villains.

IN MEMORY OF MY BELOVED PARENTS AND SISTER WHO WERE MURDERED IN THE SHOAH

RACHEL SCHEFS FISCHER my Mother
LEIB FISCHER, son of YECHIEL my Father
REISEL, daughter of Leib and Rachel Fischer my Sister

A Memorial to Their Memory. Their Memory Shall Never Depart from Me.

“May their souls be bound up in the bonds of eternal life”

REMEMBERED BY:

LIPPE FISCHER

Bat Yam

 

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A Monument for Eternal Memory

HEAVENLY SOUL

My Husband, dearest of all people, beloved Father, beloved Grandfather

MOSCHE son of Schimon HELICZER

He was a notable member of the town; a member of the local council; a member of the Jewish community council; chairman of the wholesale traders group. He was a man of faith; dedicated and loyal to tradition; honest, and cherished by everyone who knew him; kind-hearted and dedicated to his family; popular, educated, an active Zionist and philanthropist. His home was open to his friends and for helping the needy.

His memory will never depart from us.
 
REMEMBERED BY:

Sophie Heliczer Anderman
Tzila Heliczer Zimer
Zelig Anderman, Jan Zimer,
Michael Anderman

Ashkelon

 
TO REMEMBER FOREVER

LUCIA FUCHS, daughter of Nusia and Shauli

Murdered in the Shoah in Zborow

May her memory be holy

REMEMBERED BY:

The Committee of Jezierna Descendants

Haifa

 

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In eternal memory of my dearest and beloved
father-mother, uncle, grandfather, grandmother and relatives.

Uncle Moshe Kurzrok
Grandmother Feige Kurzrok
Grandfather Josef Schecter
and grandmother Henia Gottfried Schecter
My sister Chana Kurzrok
My mother Reizel Kurzrok
My father Schimon Kurzrok
My brother Avraham-Chaim
and his family
My grandfather Josef Schecter
My grandmother Henia Gottfried Schecter
My grandmother's brother Nachman Gottfried
My brother Henik
My sister Chana
My Uncle Mosche Kurzrok
My grandmother Feige Kurzrok
My sister Leah

AND THEIR FAMILIES

 

 

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Their Memory Is Honored

Their names shall be engraved forever.
Their memory will never depart from us.

REMEMBERED BY:

DAVID KURZROK and family

His wife and daughter

Canada

 
In Eternal Memory
of my wife

SONIA FUCHS

Killed in an accident in Hadar Josef
(Israel). May her soul rest in Gan Eden

REMEMBERED BY:

A. M. FUCHS

 

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AVRAHAM ROZA, of blessed memory
BRACHA ROZA, of blessed memory

Our hearts ache for these, who were wiped out
by the villainous Nazi murderers and their accomplices, may they be damned.

In eternal memory of my dear father

Avraham Roza

Who was killed by the Nazi murderers during the First Aktion, July 2, 1941 together with Mr. Mintz the pharmacist, Mr. Klinger the estate manager,and others. They were reburied with Jewish traditional rites, in a mass grave in the Jezierna cemetery.

My father was religious and refined Jew, a scholar, a Chasid of Huisatyn. His students, who received from him the basics of Torah wisdom, of Jewish tradition and love for the people and the land of Israel, are dispersed in various countries and in Israel.

 

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MY BELOVED MOTHER BRACHA SCHEINHAUT ROZA

Died the 5th of Tammuz 1940

She was a good, pious woman. Bound to the Yiddish traditions of our forefathers, always gave charity and helped the needy; fulfilled the commandments of helping poor brides, visiting the sick, and loving the Creator.

Her memory will never depart from us! May her memory be blessed.

REMEMBERED BY HER SON

Zvi Roza

Kiryat Chaim

 

IN MEMORY OF DR. CHUNE LITWAK

Born in Zborow, near Jezierna. Graduated medical school in Krakow. He was active in the Zionist movement. In 1933, he was elected to the national committee. Perished in the Shoah with his wife and child.

May their memory be blessed.

REMEMBERED BY:

LIPPE FISCHER

 

Y YYYYYY

TO REMEMBER FOREVER

CHAVA, our mother, Sara Marder Charap, wife and sister-in-law
Our brothers in the Charap Family: Hersch, Lippe, Jakob and their families and Aharon

REMEMBERED BY:

Chaya Harap Houber, Ramat Gan and Yitzchak Harap, Haifa

 

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