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[Page 238 - Hebrew]

These are the names…

Translated by James Feldman and Izrael Taslitt


Aleph   Bet     Gimel  Dalet     Heh   Vav   Zayin    Het      Tet     Yod  Kaf   
Lamed Mem  Nun     Samech Ayin Peh   Tsadik Kof     Reish Shin Tav   



Last Name First Name / Male First Name / Female Notes from text My notes
Aleph Index
Orenstajn Asher      
Orenstajn   Gittel    
Orenstajn Icek Brandel   diminutive "Itchie"
Orenstajn        
Orenstajn Lajbel   and family  
Orenstajn Jankiel   and family  
Orenstajn Jakob-Majer      
Orenstajn Nachuma   and family  
Ajdelman Pesach      
Ajdelsberg Herszek      
Ajzen   Alta    
Ajzen Szmul-Alie      
Ajzen Nachemie   and family  
Ajzen Mojshe      
Ajzenberg Herszla      
Alberman Abraham   and family ("Colonist")
Alberman Abraham-Abus      
Alberman Wolf      
Alberman Jehoszua-Hersz      
Alberman Izrael      
Alberman Szlama      
Alberman   Chana    
Alberman   Fajga    
Alberman Chaim      
Alberman Mejloch      
Alberman Zalman      
Altman Szlama   and family  
Altman   Rachela    
Altman   Dina    
Altman Pesach      
 
Bet Index
Bojmgarten Awigdar      
Bojmgarten Malka      
Bornstajn Abraham-Mendel Chaja-Etta    
Bornstajn Pynches      
Bornstajn   Laja    
Bornstajn Luzer      
Bornstajn   Elka    
Blumgarten Abraham      
Blumenfeld Abraham      
Blumenfeld Chaim-Icek      
Blumenfeld Szamrya   and family  
Blumenfeld Beryl   and family  
Blumenfeld Majer      
Blumenfeld   Mindla    
Blumenfeld Szmul      
Blumenkranc Szlama   Torah scribe  
Blumenkranc   Malka    
Blumenkranc Lajbus'      
Blumenkranc Icek-Manes   and family  
Blumenkranc Wolwisz Tauba-Riwka and family (13 children)  
Broner Jankiel      
Broner   Rajzla    
Broner   Rybcha    
Broner Dawid      
Broner Hersz      
Broner   Cypa    
Brokierer Alie      
Brokierer   Mirjam    
Brokierer   Rywcha    
Brokierer   Fajcia    
Brokierer Herszla   and family  
Brokierer Zelig   and family  
Brokierer Josel   and family  
Brokierer Izrael   and family  
Brokierer Matys   and family  
Brokierer   Nachamali and family  
Bryk Abraham      
Bryk   Ester    
Bryk   Hadasa    
Bryk Fiszel      
Bryk   Sura    
Bryk   Towa    
Bryk Szmaja      
Bryk   Kajla    
Bryk Hercyk      
Bryk   Dina    
Bryk   Maramajla   compound name?
Bryk Mojshe-Jakob      
Bryk Szlama-Jaklis     "Jaklis" unknown
Bryk Jakob      
Bryk   Perla    
Bryk Mendel     No way to tell if f. "Mindel"
Bryk   Frajdel    
Bryk Chaim      
Bryk Lajbus'      
Bryk Manes      
Bryk Mojsze     From "Mosheli"
Bryk Jankiel      
Bryk   Fajga    
Bryk   Roza    
Bryk   Gitla   from Gitala
Bryk Manes      
Bryk   Sura    
Bryk Mojsze      
Bryk Jankiel     from "Jankala"
Bryk   Reszka    
Bryk   Slawka   Slawa? "Slawka" unkown
Brener Aszer      
Brener   Chaja   from "Chajali"
Brener Jekiel      
Brener Hersz-Josef      
Brener Szmul      
Brener Izrael      
Brafman   Sura   wife of Yanchis
 
Gimel Index
Gutharc Michal   and family  
Gutwilig Itchie-Lejb   and family  
Gotlib Berek Laja Berek's sister  
Goldman Boruch-Josef      
Goldman   Itla    
Goldman Abraham      
Goldman Aron      
Goldman Nachman       
Goldman   Slawa    
Goldman     Zelda  
Goldman Nuta      
Goldner Heszel      
Goldner   Ester    
Goldner Ajzyk      
Goldner   Szyfra    
Goldner Lejbka      
Goldner Michal      
Goldner   Rachel-Gitel    
Goldner Jehuda-Lejb      
Goldner   Chaja and family  
Goldner Zelig      
Goldner   Fajga and family  
Goldner Szmul      
Goldner   Chana and family  
Goldner   Sura-Rywka    
Goldner   Gitla    
Goldner Szmul      
Goldfeld   Jentel    
Goldrajch Alie      
Goldrajch Efrajm      
Goldrajch Daniel      
Goldrajch Icek   and family  
Goldrajch   Sura    
Goldrajch Nachum      
Goldrajch   Fajga and family  
Goldrajch Nisel      
Goldrajch   Ruchla    
Goldrajch   Zelig and family  
Goldrajch Mojsze      
Goldrajch   Chuma    
Goldrajch Efrajm      
Goldrajch Nachman      
Goldrajch Izrael      
Goldrajch   Jenta    
Goldrajch Szlama      
Goldszer Mojsze   "The water drawer"  
Goldszer Nusala   "The water drawer"  
Goldszer   Bluma    
Goldszer Jankiel      
Gielman   Sura    
Gielman   Dwojra    
Gielman   Sura    
Gielman   Jakob    
Gielman Welwyl      
Grafstajn   Chaja    
Gieszwinderman Chaim-Dawid      
Gieszwinderman   Mania    
Gieszwinderman   Basza    
Gieszwinderman   Gittel    
Gieszwinderman   Chana    
Gieszwinderman   Szajndel   given as "Baszala"
Gieszwinderman   Basza    
Gieszwinderman Szmul      
Gieszwinderman   Gittel   given as "Gittela"
Gieszwinderman Michal      
Gieszwinderman Symcha   and family  
Gieszwinderman Herszla   and family  
 
Dalet Index
Damien Awigdar      
Damien   Sura-Molly and their children  
Dawidowicz Mojsze      
Diamont Mojsze      
Diamont   Frymet    
Diamont Abraham      
Diamont   Sura    
Diamont Izrael      
Diamont   Zelda    
Diamont   Szyfra    
Diamont Szlama      
Diamont Jakob      
Diamont Jekutiel      
Diamont   Gittel    
Drewniak Dawid      
Drewniak   Rywka    
Dardykman Symcha      
Dardykman Mojsze-Icek      
Dardykman Szalom      
 
Huberman Josef   son of Eli & Bajla  
Huberman   Ruchla and family  
Hugar Abraham     Not in Beider
Hochbojm Josef   teacher  
Horwicz   Luba    
Hornfeld Benjamin      
Hornfeld   Rywka    
Halbersztat   Perl nee Hornfeld  
Hornfeld Jekiel      
Hornfeld   Gittel and family  
Hornfeld Pynja   and their children  
Hornfeld (Pyncok) and wife teacher in Tarbut School Meaning of () uncertain
Hornfeld Icek      
Hornfeld   Sura and her children  
Himelfarb Emanuel      
Himelfarb   Sura   from "Sara'li"
Himelfarb Szmul      
Himelfarb Beryl     from "Beryla"
Himelfarb Szmarja   the father of the other Himelfarbs  
Himelfarb Majer      
Halbersztat Berysz      
Helman Hilel      
Helman   Zysel    
Helman Fiszel      
Helman   Dwojra    
Helman Josef     from "Yosel"
Helman Welwyl      
Hirszman Idel      
Hirszman   Chaja    
Hirszman Chanane     from "Chanache"
Hirszman   Malka    
Hirszman Mojsze      
Hirszman Josek   "wagon owner"  
Hirszman Icek      
Hirszman Josef     from "Yosela"
Hirszman   Hadasa    
Hirszman Lajbus'      
Hirszman   Mindel    
Hakman Majer   and family  
Hakman   Chana   from "Chanina"
Hakman   Zysel and her husband and son  
Hochman Jakob   died in Rachow before the crisis  
 
Wagman Josef Chana-Rajzel   from "Josel"
Wagman (Jankiel Appel) Dina and their children  
Wagman Jakob Bajla* and family  
Wagman   Ajdel    
Wagman   Raca    
Wagman Jechiel      
Wagman Abraham-Dawid      
Wagman (Chaim Feigenbaum) Rywka and children  
Wagman   Laja    
Wagman   Bluma   from "Blumala"
Walberg Herszla      
Walberg Lejzor      
Wagner Efrajm      
Wetsztajn   Chana    
Wizenblit Mordka   and family  
Wajnberg Ajzyk      
Wajnberg Icek   son of Malkys  
Wajnberg Icok     "Aca" unknown
Wajnberg Pynja      
Wajnberg Majlach      
Wajnberg   Tauba    
Wajnberg   Ruchla    
Wajnberg   Lifeja    
Wajnberg Icek      
Wajnberg   Hodel    
Wajnberg Mendel      
Wajnberg   Chanca    
Wajnberg Herszla      
Wajnberg   Szyfra    
Wajnsztok Szmul      
Wajnsztok   Gittel    
Wajnsztok Dawid-Icek      
Wajnsztok   Balche and family  
Wajnsztok Ber   and family  
Wajnsztok   Rywcha    
Wajnsztok   Dwojra    
Werkfeld Majer      
Wajcman Dawid      
Wajcman   Cypla    
Wajcman   Fajce    
Wajcman Lajbel      
Wajcman   Sura    
Wajcman   Manja    
Wilner Josef      
Wroncberg Szmul-Alie and wife    
Wroncberg Abraham-Mojsze Malka    
Werthajm Majer      
 
Zamberg   Berka    
Zamberg Szymszon      
Zusman Jededya     “Jededya” spelling uncertain
Zontag   Frajdel and family  
Zylberg   Tauba-Perl    
Zylberg Izrael      
Zylber   Laja    
Zylberman Szmul      
Zylberman   Johejwed    
Zylberberg   Rajzel    
Zylberberg   Milcha    
Zylberberg   Ruchla    
Zylberberg   Chana    
Zylberberg Dawid      
Zylberman Lejzor      
Zylberman   Johejwed    
Zylberman   Fajga    
Zylberman   Toba   from "Tobcha"
Zyngier Hersz      
Zyngier   Chana   from "Hanala"
Zyngier Manes      
Zajdensznajder   Ferka   from "Ferchila" ?
Zeligier Josef-Noech      
Zeligier   Ester    
Zeligier Jechiel      
Zeligier   Jentla    
Zeligier   Szajndl    
Zeligier Jankiel      
Zeligier Mojsze-Mordka      
Zeligier Matus'      
Zeligier   Ester    
Zeligier   Roda    
Zeligier   Ruchla    
Zalcman Jankiel   and family  
 
Taub Nachman   and wife Shamash
Taub Aron-Dawid      
Taublib Szmul      
Taublib   Chaja    
Taublib Jakob      
Taublib   Liba    
Taublib   Frejdel    
Taublib   Rywka    
Taublib Jechiel      
Taublib   Sura    
Taublib Matus'      
Taublib   Ester    
Taublib   Roza    
Taublib   Ruchla    
Taubenfeder Symcha   and wife  
Taubenfeder Welwyl      
Turek Mojsze      
Turek   Golda    
Turek   Fala    
Turek Cwi      
Turek   Chaja    
Turek   Bronja    
 
Kac Szlama Alta Shochet "Alta" from "Altela"
Kac Mojsze   their son  
Lamed Index
Loksyntajl Icek   and family "Loksyntajl" not in Beider
Loksyntajl Mojsze   and family  
Loksyntajl Majer      
Loksyntajl   Ester    
Loksyntajl Joel      
Lichtenstajn Jakob      
Lichtenstajn   Syma    
Lichtenstajn   Drejzla    
Lichtenstajn Izrael (Szrulka)   partisan  
Lechcyjer Jakob   and his wife  
Lechcyjer Efrajm      
Lechcyjer Jerucham      
Langman   Gittel    
Langman Dawid      
Langman Mojsze      
Langman Fajwel      
Lajnajl Chaim      
Lajnajl   Sura    
Lajnajl Abraham      
Lajnajl Lajbus'     from "Lajbszcza"
Langier Aszer   nickname "Dojdoj"  
Langier   Etlia    
Langier   Dyna   from "Dynala"
Lewenstajn Herzl      
 
Mandel Jechezkiel      
Mandelbojm Mojsze      
Mark Natanel      
Mark Motek      
Megierman Michal      
Megierman   Liba    
Megierman   Dwojra    
Megierman Mordka      
Megierman Szmul      
Megierman   Bajla    
Megierman Gabryel      
Megierman Perecz      
Megierman   Rajzel    
Muzykant Abraham      
Muzykant Hersz      
Muzykant Jakob Chawa    
Muzykant   Rywka-Laja    
Muzykant   Mirjam    
Muzykant   Sura    
Muzykant   Gittel    
Muzykant   Fajga    
Muzykant   Bajla-Rachela    
Muzykant Mordka      
Muzykant   Jenta    
Moargienbeser   Perl and family  
Mojrenfeld Icek   and his wife  
Mojrenfeld   Miriam and their daughter from "Mirmala"
Mojrenfeld Perecz      
Milgrojm Pinchus      
Milgrojm   Racza    
Milgrojm   Chaja    
Milgrojm   Ita    
Milgrojm   Perl    
Milgrojm   Sima    
Milgrojm   Rywka    
Milgrojm   Sura    
Malcman Moshe (Rabenu)      
Malcman   Elta    
Malcman   Chawa    
Malcman   Mundel    
Malcman Dawid      
Malcman   Malka    
Mandelbojm Alie      
Mandelbojm Szmul      
Mandelkier Bunim   and family  
Mandelkier   Rywka-Laja    
Mandelkier Iszaja-Mejloch      
Magierman Chaim-Dawid      
Makler Pynja      
Makler Szymon-Jonas      
Mark   Gitla    
Mark Lejzor      
Merszajn Abraham      
Merszajn   Towa    
Merszajn   Frymeta    
Merszajn Szlama      
 
Najman   Raca    
Nisenbom   Chaja    
Nisenbom   Tema    
Nisenbom Jankel      
Nisenbom Jakob      
Nisenbom   Laja    
Nisenbom   Nechuma    
Nisenbom Sznyor      
Nisenbom   Szajndl    
Nisenbom   Szyma    
Nisentajl Hersz-Majer      
Nisentajl   Ruchla from Miszik  
Nisentajl Rywen      
Nisentajl   Chana    
Nisentajl   Laja    
 
Samborski Herszel      
Samborski Szlama      
Sapruch Mojsze     "Sapruch" not in Beider
Sapruch   Perl    
Sapruch   Szajndl    
 
Englender Eliezar      
Englender Zainwel      
Englender   Rajzel daughter of Herzel  
Ender Eliezar      
Ender Iszaja      
Ender Szymon   and his wife  
Erlichman Icek      
Erlichman   Ajdel    
Erlichman   Chancha    
Erlichman Zalman      
 
Fojgiel Abraham   and his family  
Fojgiel Eliezar      
Fojgiel Josef      
Fojgiel   Chancha    
Fojgiel Icek      
Fojgiel   Szajndl    
Fojgiel Jehoszua      
Fojgiel   Chaja and her family  
Fojgiel Mordka      
Fojgiel Noech      
Fojgiel   Ruchla    
Fojgiel   Ester    
Fojgiel   Ita    
Fojgiel   Michla    
Fuks Abram      
Fuks   Jentla and her family  
Fajgienbaum Aron      
Fajgienbaum   Rajzel    
Fajgienbaum Dawid      
Fajgienbaum   Perl    
Fajgienbaum   Ruchla    
Fajgienbaum   Malka    
Fajgienbaum Chaim   Chazzan  
Fajgienbaum   Rywka    
Fajgienbaum Hersz      
Fajgienbaum Lajbus'      
Fajgienbaum Majer      
Fajgienbaum   Frymetal    
Fajgienbaum Icek      
Pintel   Elta    
Pintel Ber      
Pintel Herszel     from "Herszela"
Pintel Josel      
Pintel   Jachal    
Pintel Lejb      
Pintel   Malka    
Pintel   Charna    
Pintel Rywen   partisan  
Fiszbajn   Etta-Ita    
Fiszhendler   Malka-Laja    
Fiszman Chajm      
Fiszman   Chaja-Dyna    
Fiszman Szmul      
Fiszman   Szajndl    
Fiszman   Towa    
Fiszman Josel      
Fiszman   Roda    
Fiszman   Laja    
Fiszman Jechiel      
Fiszman Szmul      
Fiszman   Chaja-Ruchla    
Fiszman   Hadasa and her husband and children  
Fiszman Herszek      
Fiszman   Laja   from "Lajcha"
Fiszman   Jentla    
Fiszman Izrael      
Fiszman Zelig      
Fiszman   Saryl    
Fiszman Joel      
Fiszman Mojsze      
Fikman Herszel   and his wife  
Fikman   Malka    
Felzenswalb Benjamin      
Flajszer Zelig      
Flajszer   Temela (Blumenkranc) and her children  
Frajdman   Bajlla    
Frajdman   Machla    
Frajdman Szlama      
Frajdman   Ester    
Frajdman Alie      
Frajdman   Fajga   diminutive "Fajgela"
Frajdman   Bela from nearby Szwieczekow  
Frajdman   Gita    
Frajdman   Machla from nearby Szwieczekow  
Frajdman Mojsze      
Frajdman   Malka    
Frajdman Elijahu      
Frajdman   Towa    
Frajdman Nachman      
Frajdman Chajm      
Pryzant   Ajdla and her family  
Pryzant Mordka      
Frajberg Abraham      
Frajberg Aron-Dawid   and his family  
Frajberg Dawid      
Frajberg Chaim-Icek      
Frajberg   Lachacza    
Frajberg   Ita    
Frajberg   Mala    
Frajberg Izrael      
Frajberg Majer      
Frajberg Jechiel      
Frajberg   Ajdla    
Frajberg Aron-Josek      
Frajberg   Szajla    
Frajberg   Fajga    
Frajtag   Chaja    
 
Cytryn Herszel      
Cymryng   Ester-Malka    
Cukier Majer      
Cukier   Chana    
Cukier   Toba-Laja    
Cukier Mojsze      
Cukier   Perl    
 
Kaufman   Laja   diminutive "Lajala"
Kaufman Izrael      
Kofenberg   Machla    
Korenfeld Jechiel      
Kojfman Jechiel      
Kojfman Izrael   and his family  
Kojfman   Dubcza from nearby Szwieczekow  
Kojfman   Chaja from nearby Szwieczekow  
Kojfman Josek   from nearby Szwieczekow  
Kuc Majer      
Kukenberg Jakob      
Kukenberg   Machla    
Korona Lejbel   Shochet diminutive "Fajgela"
Korona   Fajga    
Korona   Tauba   diminutive "Tabala"
Korona   Sara   diminutive "Saratcha"
Korenfeld Efrajm   and his family  
Korenfeld Dawid      
Korenfeld   Dwojra   diminutive "Dwojrala"
Kornsztajn Majer      
Kornsztajn   Dwojra    
Klajnman Mojsze      
Klajnman   Gita   diminutive "Gitala"
Klajnman Elijahu      
Klajnman Dawid   and his family  
Kleks Josef-Szaul      
Kleks   Rajzel   diminutive "Rajzela"
Kenrak Dan   and his family not in Beider - Hebrew " Knrk"
Kastenbom   Dyna   diminutive "Dynala"
Kastenbom Jechiel   and his family  
Kastenbom   Pesla    
Kastenbom   Malka    
Kastenbom   Machla    
Kastenbom Mojsze      
Krumholc Chaim      
Krumholc   Fajga    
Kristal Chaim      
Kristal   Rywka    
Kristal   Zysel    
Kristal   Frymeta (Zomberg)  
Kristal Szymon      
Kristal Jakob      
Kristal   Sara   diminutive "Sarala"
Kristal Szmul      
Kristal   Marjem    
Kristal Icek     diminutive "Icha"
Kristal Nachemie      
Kremer   Laja    
Kremer Mendel      
 
Rozenblat   Machla    
Rozenblat   Racza   diminutive "Rochtza"
Rozenblat   Nachela    
Rozenberg   Malka    
Rajewski Icek      
Rubinsztajn Lajbus'-Pesach   and his family  
Rozenblum   Sara   diminutive "Sarala"
Rozenblit Mojsze   and his family  
Rozenberg Jakob-Lejb Gitla property owner  
Rozenberg Izrael-Icek   nickname "Yolek"  
Rozenberg Szymek      
Rozenberg   Sara-Bajla    
Rozenberg Aron   shoemaker  
Rozenberg   Bajla    
Rychter Abraham-Josek     diminutive "Josel"
Rychter   Basza    
Rychter Zelig      
Rychter Jankiel      
 
Szoor Izrael      
Szwarc Alie      
Szwarc Jachel-Miszik      
Szwarc   Laja    
Szwarc   Frajda   diminutive "Frajdela"
Szwarc   Sziela    
Szwarc Szmul      
Szwarc Chaim   and his wife  
Szwarc Mojsze-Dawid      
Szwarc Kopel      
Szwarcberg Abraham-Mojsze      
Szwarcberg   Hilda    
Szwarcberg Hilel      
Szwarcberg Pynches     diminutive "Pynie"
Szwarcberg Heszel      
Szuchman Alie      
Szuchman Jankiel      
Szuchman Fajwel      
Szychmacher Hersz      
Szuchmacher   Zyse-Chana    
Sztajnberg Towia      
Sztajnberg Mojsze      
Sztajnberg Szlama      
Stajnbrecher   Tauba    
Stajnbrecher   Fajga   diminutive "Fajgela"
Szajner Jehoszua      
Szajner   Jentla and her family  
Szylabic Abraham     "Szylbic" not in Beider
Szylabic Izrael     "Szylbic" not in Beider
Szylabic Mojsze     "Szylbic" not in Beider
Szylowicz   Sylka    
Szylowicz   Marmel and her husband Perec probably her maiden name
Szylowicz Abraham      
Szylowicz Dawid      
Szylowicz   Ita    
Szyferman   Bela    
Szyferman   Chana   diminutive "Hanala"
Szyferman Hersz      
Szyferman   Towja   diminutive "Towjala"
Szyferman Josek      
Szyferman Jechiel      
Szyferman Nachman   and his family  
Szyferman   Sziela    
Szlagman Welwyl     diminutive "Josel"
Szlagman Josek      
Szlagman Iszaja      
Szlagman Mojsze      
Szlagman   Nachmala    
Szlajen   Chaja-Mindla    
Szlagman Abraham-Mojsze      
Szlagman Szewa      
Szlagman   Basza    
Szlagman   Chaim    
Szlagman Icek      
Szlagman Noach      
Szlagman Josek-Lejb      
Szlagman   Laja and their children  
Szlagman Welwyl      
Szlagman   Rywka    
Szlagman   Dwojra    
Szlagman Hersz      
Szlagman   Ruchla    
Szlagman Symcha      
Szlajer Bencian Szymsia    
Szlajer Ajzyk      
Szlajer   Basza   diminutive "Baszala"
Szlajer   Mindel    
Szlajer Kuna      
Szlajer Szmul      
Sznajderman Bencian      
Sznajderman Icek      
Sznajderman   Gittel    
Sznajderman   Hudes    
Sznajderman Hersz     diminutive "Herszela"
Sznajderman   Chaja    
Sznajderman   Chancza    
Sznajderman   Ides    
Sznajderman Judel      
Sznajderman   Laja   diminutive "Lajala"
Sznajderman Motel     diminutive "Motela"
Sznajderman   Malka   diminutive "Malkala"
Sznajderman Luzer      
Sznajderman Szaul      
Sznajderman   Sara-Ita    
Szpigielsztajn Szaja      
Szpigielsztajn   Malka   diminutive "Malkala"
Szpigielsztajn Manes      
Szeps Hersz-Majer Chaja    
Szeps Towia      
Szeps Jakob      
Szeps   Pejca    
Szeps Celba     "Celba" unknown
Szeps   Rywa    
Szeps Alie Sara    
Szeps   Chana    
Szeps   Ruchla    
Szeps Szaul      
Szeps   Tojwa   diminutive "Tojwala"
Szeps Jakob      
Szeps Celba      
Szeps   Pejca    
Szenkier Abraham-Alie      
Szenkier   Hudes   diminutive "Hudesel"
Szenkier   Tauba   diminutive "Taubala"
Szenkier Izrael      
Szenkier Lajbus'      
Szenkier   Rybla   diminutive "Rybala"
Szenkier   Sara   diminutive "Sarala"
Szenkier Abraham   shoemaker possible diminutive "Abraham-la"
Szer Aron-Lejb      
Szer Eliezar   nickname "Rocki"  
Szer Ber      
Szer Majer      
Szer Mordko      
Szer   Nechuma   diminutive "Nechumala"
Szer Abraham-Mojsze      
Szer   Basza    
Szer Ber      
Szer Beryl     diminutive “Beryla”
Szer Chasze     "Chasze" unknown
Szer   Chawa    
Szer   Chaja    
Szer Chaim-Mordko      
Szer Jankiel      
Szer Lejb      
Szer Majer      
Szer Mordko   glazier  
Szer   Nechuma   diminutive "Nechumala"
Szer Nachman      
Szer   Rybla   diminutive "Rybala"
Szerman Bencian      
Szerman Beryl   and his family diminutive "Beryla"
Szerman   Nechuma   diminutive "Nechumala"
Szerman   Cypla    
Szerman Szaul   butcher  

 

[Page 247- Hebrew] [Page 80 - English]

We Shall Remember!

by A. Shlonsky


We shall remember our townspeople of Rachov and its surroundings, the tortured martyrs, they who were felled by the sword and the hunger. Men, women, the elderly and the young, cut down in the Holocaust, not privileged to hear the steps of liberation.

We shall remember them all – they whose cries went unheard, whom a flood of blood swept into the abyss, of whom no trace has remained, whom the earth swallowed up into nameless graves, whose ashes were scattered across seas and continents. We the surviving townspeople of Rachov and its surroundings, shall remember them with sacred reverence.

We shall remember with pride and glory the daring and courageous partisan-avengers, and the no less brave who spit into the faces of their tormentors and were killed on the spot.

We shall remember them who had kept themselves alive during the Holocaust, but whose strength did not suffice to maintain them until the day of liberation.

We shall remember our faithful community leaders and workers, who dedicated themselves to the teaching of the young, with longing for the redemption about to come to our land, for in their death they have bidden us life, in the free State of Israel, awaiting the ingathering of its sons.

We shall remain loyal to their sacred memory, as long as the breath of life is still within us. May their memory be uplifted in the high reaches of the saintly and the pure, and may their names and memory be bright as the splendor of the firmament!

 

These eyes of mine have witnessed disaster
And laid their lament on my tormented heart.
Yet I felt a compassion that bade me: “Forget all!”
Until came the days of unatoned horror,
And the oath / took was: “Remember it always!
Remember! Remember! Let naught be forgotten!”

 

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