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[Page 492]

SLOBODKA

[126+ dead listed]

[The order of surnames below follows the order in the Hebrew original, not alphabetical order in English. But in most
cases the surnames are spelled here in English the way they appear most commonly on Yad Vashem's database.]

 

Last name First name
EIDELMAN, Mottel and Leah
A child
[3]
 
AMDUR, Layzer and wife
A daughter
[3]
 
ENTIN, Baruch and Shula
Merel
[3]
 
BILIAK, Sonia
Children [it’s assumed this meant at least two]
[3+]
 
BIMBAT, Yonah and Chaya-Dina
A child
[3]
 
BIK, David and Chasia
Chaim-Ber and other children
[5+]
 
BERKMAN, Shmuel-Hillel and Mira-Leah
Raska [Raisa?], Zisla, Leib
[5]
 
GANS, Bentzion  
GANS, Sara
Children
[4+]
 
GAMEROV, Zalman and Chasia
Yosef
[3]
 
GENDELS [or GENDALIS], David and Chasia
Children
[4+]
 
GESKIN, Hillel and Sara
Molka
[3]
 
DAGOVITZ, Chaim-Henoch and wife
Sara-Batia, Katriel
 
DAGOVITZ, Mirka and husband [this seems to mean that Dagovitz was Mirka’s married name, not her maiden name]  
DAGOVITZ, Nachum and wife
Shlomka and other children
 
DAGOVITZ, Sender and Chasia
A child
 
DAGOVITZ, Shmuel and Shayna-Mirel
Leibke, Serka [Sara?], Fromka
 
DAGOVITZ, Shimon-Ber and Chaya-Riva [21+]
 
DEITCH, Ida and husband [this seems to mean that Deitch was Ida’s married name, not her maiden name]
DEITCH, Yisrael [a relation of some kind, listed under Ida’s household]
[3]
 
VINOKUR, Chasia
Mindel
[2]
 
ZELIKMAN, Chava-Slova
Falka [Rafael], Yankel, Rivka
 
ZELIKMAN, Riva
A daughter
 
ZELIKMAN [No first name] (was the mother of Riva) [7]
 
KHIDEKEL, Avraham-Yitzchak and Hinda [2]
 
KHAZAN, Taybka and husband [this seems to mean that Khazan was Taybka’s married name, not her maiden name]
A child
 
KHAZAN, [No first name] (was the mother of Taybka)  
KHAZAN, Mottel and Liba
Children
[8+]
 
LIF, Zerach and wife
Children
 
LIF, Frida
Avraham-Yitzchak, Zelda, Shalom, Rachela, Mendel
 
LIF, Husband and wife
Children
[14+]

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Last name First name
SAMOVER [or SAMOVAR], Avraham-Yossel
Luba, Chaya, Bluma, Chone
 
SAMOVER, [No first name] was the sister of Avraham-Yossel [6]
 
SKOP, Berl and wife [2]
 
KANFER [or KAMFER/KAMPER], Zelig and wife
Children
 
KANFER, Yehuda and Chasia-Leah
Chaim-Shayke, Rachel-Rayzel, Aharon-David
 
KANFER, Shlomo and Nechama-Dvora [11+]
 
RUSONIK, Yankel and wife [2]
 
SHVARTZ, Leib and wife
Shulamit, Merka
[4]
 
SHTEINMAN, Tzvia [1]
 
[NO SURNAME LISTED], Zalka the katsev [butcher] and Liba
[Zalka was probably Zalka Tamarin, identified by testimony at Yad Vashem as a butcher in Slobodka.]
Children
[4+]

 

PLUSY [a.k.a. Plussy/Plusa/Plyussy]

[66 dead listed]

[The order of surnames below follows the order in the Hebrew original, not alphabetical order in English. But in most
cases the surnames are spelled here in English the way they appear most commonly on Yad Vashem's database.]

 

Last name First name
EIDELMAN, Yitzchak and Leah
Golda, Zalman, Rayzka
[5]
 
BARKAN, Genia
Elik
BARKAN, Hillel and Dina
Mina
BARKAN, Chaya
BARKAN, Mariasha [7]
 
VISHKIN, Leib and Feiga
Avraham-Chone
[3]
 
LEVIN, Leah
Chaya-Sara
[2]
 
MODLIN, Yosef-Leib and Shifra
Avramka, Sara-Rivka
[4]
 
MILUNCHIK, Henoch and Chaya-Rivka
Rachel-Leah, Shmuel, Shlomo, Rayzka, Ishika [Yehoshua?], Itzka, Berka, Shalom, Nachka
MILUNCHIK, Yisrael and Sara-Mala
Feivka, Itzka, Kushka, Ishika [Yehoshua?], Feiga, and five other children
MILUNCHIK, Feivka and Chanka
A child
[26]
 
MARON [or MERON], Yudel and Mina
Esther
[3]
 
SHLOSBERG, Henoch and Fraydel
Four children
SHLOSBERG, Yisrael and Rachel
Manka, Zalman, Noach, Leah, Tayba, and two other children
[15]
 
[NO SURNAME LISTED], Esther the daughter of Efraim [1]

 

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KISLOVSHCHITZNA [a.k.a. Kislowszczyzna/Kozlovshchina]

[92 dead listed]

[The order of surnames below follows the order in the Hebrew original, not alphabetical order in English. But in most
cases the surnames are spelled here in English the way they appear most commonly on Yad Vashem's database.]

 

Last name First name
BOR, Zelda
Liba, Nachum
[3]
 
BAND, Yaakov and wife
Two children
 
BAND, Yerachmiel and Ita  
BAND, Pesach and Necha
Mordechai, Esther
[10]
 
GOLDMAN, Alter and Mushka
Fraydka, Rivka
[4]
 
DEITCH, Moshe-Meir and Sara
Sima
[3]
 
MUNITZ, Reuven
Yisrael, Batsheva, Leib
[4]
 
MECHANIK, Baruch  
MECHANIK, Chaim  
MECHANIK, Shlomo-Asher and Chana
Avraham, Shimon, Shmuel
[7]
 
SOLOVEI, Brayna
Leib
[2]
 
KAPLAN, Avraham and Liba
Shlomka, Feiga, Moshele, Yenta
 
KAPLAN, Yehuda-Leib and Rayzel
Yankel, Yentka, Shlomo
[11]
 
RUKSHIN, Avraham and Yenta
Liba, Berl-Mordechai
 
RUKSHIN, Avraham-Aba and Sara-Leah
Alter
 
RUKSHIN, Berl and Henia
Etka, Yitzchak
 
RUKSHIN, Golda
Chava
 
RUKSHIN, Heshel and Zelda
Zalman, Sara
 
RUKSHIN, Taybka
Michla, Elka, Batia, Simka,
 
RUKSHIN, Yankel and Sara
Fraydka, Moshe-Baruch, Michla
 
RUKSHIN, Slava  
RUKSHIN, Feiga  
RUKSHIN, Tzvia
Etka, Dvorka, Bentzion, Rachel, Shimon
 
RUKSHIN, Riva-Dina [36]
 
SHTEIN, David-Shlomo and Grunia
Sima
[3]
 
SMUSHKOVITZ, Yerachmiel and Gita
Chaim
 
SMUSHKOVITZ, Shmuel-Grunam and Esther
Blumka, Yitzchak, Mordechai
[8]
 
[NO SURNAME LISTED], Avraham-Yossel the melamed [religious teacher]
[This might have been Abram Utkin, a teacher, who appeared on a list of Jews from Kislovshchitzna prepared in 1941-42.]
[1]

 

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RIMSHAN [a.k.a. Rimszan/Rimšė]

[192 dead listed]

[The order of surnames below follows the order in the Hebrew original, not alphabetical order in English. But in most
cases the surnames are spelled here in English the way they appear most commonly on Yad Vashem's database.]

 

Last name First name
EINGORN, Chana-Henia  
EINGORN, Layzer and Esther-Shifra
A child
 
EINGORN, Layzer and Rachel  
EINGORN, Moshe and Ita
Avraham, Idel, and another daughter
 
EINGORN, Rachel-Leah [12]
 
ARON, Dina  
ARON, Chaim  
ARON, Moshe and Leah
Gita, Chana
 
ARON, Nechemiah and Mera
Nachum
 
ARON, Nachman and Shifra
Yaacov, Beila
 
ARON, Pola and Leah
Meir, Chana-Ita, Riva
 
ARON, Shmuel-Isser and Berta
Avraham, Tova, Mira, Gila
 
ARON, Shmuel-Yosef and Chava
Chaim-Reuven, Meir, Chone, and another son
 
ARON, Yosef [31]
 
BEIKOVITZ, Mendel and Tzira
Gita
[3]
 
BRINKER, Hirshel
Leib, Golda, Zalman-David
[4]
 
GINZBURG, Avraham-Leib
Chaya-Ita, Fishel, Itzia-Ber
[4]
 
GLOT, Moshe
Chaika, Libka, Peska
 
GLOT, Shimon and Liba
Two children
 
GLOT, Shimon and Mera
Two children
[12]
 
DUBINOVSKI, Shosha [1]
 
DEITCH, Tzirlka and Chaya
Three children
[5]
 
HAMBURG, Aida
A daughter
[2]
 
VOLFOVITZ, Meir and Aida
A daughter
 
VOLFOVITZ, Shalom and Chana
Three children
 
VOLFOVITZ, Shimon-Volf
Yenta, Chasia, Riva
[12]
 
ZAK, Layzer-Ber and Chaya
Yosef, Yitzchak, and two other children
[6]
 
LEVIN, Yehoshua-Aba and Beila
Yisrael, Sara, Vitka
 
LEVIN, Liba
Three children
 
LEVIN, Leib and Shayna
Three children
[14]
 
MOVSHENZON, Aba and Rachel-Leah
Sara-Leah and another daughter
 
MOVSHENZON, Etel
Eli-Yakum
 

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Last name First name
MOVSHENZON, David and Sara
Zusia, Elka
 
MOVSHENZON, Liba
Eli-Yakum, Rachel-Leah, Sara-Ela, Yehuda
 
MOVSHENZON, Reuven-Shmerel [16]
 
MATZKIN, David and wife
A child
 
MATZKIN, Moshe-Aharon and wife
Two children
 
MATZKIN, Shlomo-Yankel and Pesia [9]
 
FEIGELMAN, Chone and Vita
Two children
[4]
 
FISHERMAN, Yisrael and Mera
Mottel
 
FISHERMAN, Moshe-Ber and Dvora
A child
[6]
 
KERBEL [or KORBEL/KURBEL], Velvel and Elka
Baruch, Avraham-Itzia, and another child
[5]
 
KRITZER, Aydel
Moshe
 
KRITZER, Efraim
Avraham-Itzia, Layzer, and another son
 
KRITZER, Yitzchak and Esther
Yisrael
 
KRITZER, Yerachmiel and wife
Two children
[13]
 
KARASIN, Avraham-Shmuel and Riva
Sonia, Chana
 
KARASIN, Zerach and Chaya
Beila and two other children
 
KARASIN, Yosef and Pesia
Two children
[13]
 
SHADUR, Hirsh-Berl and Rachel-Leah [2]
 
SHALTAISKI, Chaim-Moshe
Feivush, Rachel-Ita, Chana-Sara
 
SHALTAISKI, Lipa-Layzer and Liza
Three children
[9]
 
SHLITEN [or SHALITAN], Yitzchak and Elka
Moshe
[3]
 
[NO SURNAME LISTED], Berl the shochet [ritual slaughterer] and Feiga
Four children
[6]

 

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