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I. A List of Kibart Families

According to their Professions

Grocery shops:
Chanes A.
Chashman
Epshtein
Feferman
Feinzilber Sh.
Grinshtein
Halperin
Katz E.
Katzizne
Kliatchko A.
Levin M.
Margolis
Maroz Sh
Rotshtein
Shtern A.
Shtrasberg
Taburisky
Weitz A
Zilberman A.
 
Textile shops:
Blogoslavensky
Bloch
Ginsburg
Levit
Miltz Sh.
 
Paper and Stationary shops:
Leibovitz M.
Rosin Y.L.
 
Haberdashery:
Apriyasky A.
Ginsburg
Shadchanovitz M.
 
Shoes:
Helershtein
Seinensky Ch.
 
Tools and Steel Products:
Benyakonsky D.
Vidomliansky E.
 
Bakeries:
Frenkel
Landsberg
Sacharovitz
Yasovsky J.
 
Electric Appliances and Bicycles:
Chashman Y.
 
Couriers:
Aronovsky
Chashman A.
Golding
Kanopke
Levinsky
Mandelblat A.
Shtern A.
 
Exporters:
Kovensky
Rachlin
Rezvin J.
Rosenberg
 
Butchers:
Blumberg Z.
Fleisher J.
 
Barbershops:
Bernshtein J.
Chlamnovitz
 
Utensils:
Miltz H.
 
Photo shop:
Chlamnovitz
 
Cobblers:
Borochovitz R.
Gordon
Levin B.
Zacharik
 
Taverns and Restaurants:
Kisetz A.
Miltz J.
Tomer
Voltchansky
 
Customs Clerks:
Frenkel
Goldberg
Gershonovitz
Gutgold
Prensky
Rachkovsky
Sokolsky
Shereshevsky T.
 
Hotel:
Papir
 
Watchmaker:
Epshtein
 
Factory Owners:
Alperovitz
Aizenshtat
Berniker
Bernshtein Sh.
Itzkovitz
Frenkel
Frishman J.
Gamzu D.
Gans
Gefen
Kanievsky
Kushnerzitzky
Rubin
Shemesh
Verzhbolovsky A.
Yasven B.
Yurzditzky
Zilberman
 
Doctors:
Abramovitz
Mariampolsky (couple)
Sher A. (medic)
 
Dentists:
Kleinshtein
Pauzisky
 
Teachers:
Halperin Sh
Leibovitz M.
Lurie M.
Matis Sh.
 
Lawyers:
Bartenshtein
Lurie J.
 
Pharmacy:
Gershater A.
Tilzer
 
Clerks and Bookkeepers:
Blumberg
Davidson
Rabinovitz M.
Shlomovitz
Trumpiansky
Volovitzky Sh.
 
Coachmen:
Mogiluker
Yofe
Yurkansky
 
Shoemakers:
Tzibulsky J.
Vilensky
 
Tailor:
Abramson
 
Others:
Altshuler
Artchik (the "Shamash" in the small Synagogue)
Baron (taxi owner)
Bromberg
Berezin
Borovik
Chosn
Dalon
Dembo
Davisky
Etelzon
Frenkel T.
Feldshtein
Froman
Gruzinsky
Klotnitzky
Kuritzky
Leikin
Landau
Melamed
Moshe-Leib (the "Shamash" of the Great Synagogue)
Muzikant
Neihertzig
Pliskin
Pilovnik
Pularevitz Moshe (tinsmith)
Rog
Rachmil
Rakovsky
Segal
Sheinzon (Cantor and "Shochet")
Shatenshtein
Shimberg
Starovolsky
Slavotzky Batia
Tsichak
Tsentnershver
Vrublevsky M.
Yomtov
Zilbersky

 

Almost all of these families were murdered by the Nazis and their Lithuanian helpers.

Let this List be a Memorial to the Kibart Jewish Community.


J. A Partial List of Former Kibart Jews Who Lived in Israel and in the Diaspora.
Apriyasky Aryeh (Peru)
Apriyasky (Valdshtein) Rachel (Israel)
Borovik Moshe (Israel)
Bartenshtein Joseph (Israel) *
Borochovitz Mordechai (USA)
Borochovitz (Yaron) Judith (Israel) *
Berniker (Israel)
Blumberg (Segal) Zina (Israel)
Chashman (Taub) Aya (Israel) *
Chashman (Gordon) Tova (Israel) *
Davidson Michael (Buffalo, New York-USA)
Fainzilber Yitzhak (Israel)
Froman (Kagan) Yafa (Israel)
Frenkel Shmuel (Israel)
Goldberg Rita (Israel)
Ginsburg (Fin) Frida (Israel)
Kovensky Zisl (Israel) *
Kovensky Jakov (Israel) *
Kovensky (Priman) Shoshana (Israel)
Kliatchko Sarah (Israel) *
Kliatchko Perl (Israel)
Kliatchko Miriam (Israel)
Kliatchko Peretz (Israel) *
Kliatchko Eli (Germany)
Kaplan Yehuda (Israel) *
Mogiluker (Gotlib) Shoshana (Israel)
Manheim (Langevitz) Sarah (Israel)
Ozerov (Landsberg) Rachel (Israel)
Ozerov Esther (Israel) *
Rosin Joseph (Haifa, Israel)
Seinensky (Sheines) Berta (Israel)
Shadchanovitz David (Israel)
Sheinzon Dov (USA)
Shtern (Kagan) Malka (Israel)
Shtern (Rochman) Frida (Israel)
Shtern Dov (Israel)
Taburisky (Borochovitz) (USA)
Taburisky Ela (Israel) *
Tilzer Frida (USA)
Varshavsky (Bar-Shavit) Aryeh (Israel)
Vidomliansky (Shacham) Shalom (Israel)
Vizhansky Max (Israel)
Yasovsky Chanan (Israel) *
Yasovsky Pesia (Israel)
Yasven (Veintraub) Roza (Israel)
Yofe Gershon (Israel) *
Yofe Yerachmiel (Israel)
 
* - passed away
 

After about fifty years it was difficult to recall all the names of Kibart Jews. No doubt that there are errors and oversights in these lists. The little information which it was possible for us to collect, we gathered with all our heart.

Unhappily many of these persons are not with us anymore.

If you can add to this list please email to Joseph Rosin or to Error processing SSI file
so names can be added.


K. Bibliography
  1. Kibart - Shie Tevik (Tuviya Shereshevsky), the daily newspaper "Volksblat" (Yiddish) Kovno, November 1935.
  2. Yahaduth Lita (Hebrew) Volumes 1-4, Tel-Aviv 1959-1984.
  3. Lithuanian Encyclopedia (Lithuanian). Boston 1963-1968.
  4. The Jewish Encyclopedia (Russian). St. Petersburg 1908-1913.
  5. The daily newspaper "Dos Vort" (Yiddish), Kovno,11.11.1934; 17.12.1934.
  6. The daily newspaper "Di Yiddishe Shtime" (Yiddish), Kovno.20.1.1924.
  7. The socioeconomic situation of the Jews in Soviet Lithuania, 1940-1941-Dr. Dov Levin.
  8. From the Province - David Umru, "Volksblat" (Yiddish) Kovno, 25.7.1939.
  9. Lite (Yiddish)- Editor M.Sudarsky, New-York 1951.
  10. The Small Lithuanian Encyclopedia (Lithuanian)-Vilnius 1966-1971.
  11. Achsania shel Tora (Report of the Hebrew High School in Virbaln 5679-5681), (Hebrew) Berlin Virbaln 1921.
  12. The Archives of the Jewish Community Committee in Kibart- "YIVO" New-York Files 943-965..
  13. The Zionist Archives- Jerusalem.
  14. The Archives of Yad Vashem- Jerusalem.

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