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Chapter V

The Jews of Barszczowice/Borshchovychi
(Borshchovichi, Ukraine)

49°52' / 24°16'

3.8 miles from Nowy Jarczow

 

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South of the hamlet of Nowy Jarczow on the map is the village of Barszczowice (in Polish, Borshchovychi in Ukrainian).
The village is presently in Ukraine

 

Barszczowice was established in 1574 but its growth was hampered by constant Tartar attacks and invasions. The village was practically erased several times but managed to re–emerge each time. In 1665 the population dropped to merely eight inhabitants. In 1729, the village was acquired by the mighty Potocki family and 20 years later the population consisted of 108 peasants and seven artisans. The village had numerous weaver shops, two distilleries, a brewery and an inn. Following the Partitions of Poland, the village, along with the surrounding region became part of Austro–Hungarian Galicia. The 1820 census lists 127 houses in Barszczowice. Around that time the village was acquired by Jan Maszkowski, a noted Polish painter and tutor of some famous Polish painters.

The arrival of the railway in 1869 boosted the growth of the village, the population of which was predominantly Roman Catholic. According to the 1910 Austro–Hungarian census, the village was inhabited by 2,129 people, including 1,705 Polish speakers, 424 Ukrainian speakers and 79 Jews. Very little is known about the Jewish residents of the village. All of the Jewish religious services were provided by the Jarczow Jewish community. The village continued to expand and reached 2,400 inhabitants in 1928, and was occupied by the Soviets and then by the Germans during World War Two. Although far from Ukrainian–populated areas, the village was constantly harassed by Ukrainian underground forces, which resulted in many Polish deaths and a great deal of destruction. With the end of the war, most Polish residents were forced to leave the area and moved to the newly acquired areas of Poland. The village became predominantly Ukrainian. Most of the Jews of the village of Barszczowice were sent to the ghetto of Nowy Jarczow and shared the fate of the Jews of Jarczow.

List of Barszczowice Jews who perished in the Shoa and are mentioned in the Nowy Jarczow Yizkor Book by Rabbi Mordechai Gerstel:

Last name First name Father Gender Remarks
FLIGELMANN Hersh Ber   M  
FLIGELMANN     F Spouse: Hersh Ber
FLIGELMANN   Hersh Ber M  
FLIGELMANN     F 2 children
KATZ Hersh   M  
KATZ     F  
KATZ   Hersh M  
KATZ     F 1 child
KATZ   Hersh M  
KATZ Leibish   F  
KATZ Baruch Leibish M  
KATZ     F Spouse: Baruch and 4 children
KATZ Menashe   M  
KATZ     F Spouse: Menashe
KATZ   Menashe M  
KATZ   Menashe F  
KATZ     M  
MANTEL Leibish   M  
MANTEL     F Spouse: Leibish and 1 child
MANTEL Hawa   F  
MOHRER Wowe   M  
MOHRER Sarah   F Spouse: Wowe
MOHRER   Wowe M Mother: Sarah
WASSNER Awram   M  
WASSNER     F Spouse: Awram and family

 


Kukizow–Kikow–Kyziv
(Kukizov, Ukraine)

49°56' / 24°16'

1.9 miles from Nowy Jarczow

 

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The village of Kukizow is North–west of the hamlet of Nowy Jarczow.

 

Kukizow was a small village with a small Jewish population, whose religious needs were provided by the Jarczow Jewish community.

 

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Page of Testimony for Awraham Felzner native of Kukiv or Kuziv.
Transported to the death camp of Belzec where he was killed

 

List of Kukizow Jews who perished in the Shoa and are mentioned in the Nowy Jarczow Yizkor Book by Rabbi Mordechai Gerstel:

Last name First name Gender Spouse
SHTOLTZBERG Eidil F  
BERENHOLTZ Aaron M  
BERENHOLTZ Mendil M  
FELZNER Hannah F Awraham
FELZNER Awraham M  
LATT Baruch M  
LATT Meir Leibish M  
LATT Mendil M  
LATT Yossef M  
LATT Freidi F  
LATT Sarah F  
LATT Tzipi F  
LATT Pearl F  
SAMIT Haim M  
SAMIT Haya F  
SAMIT Zlata Riwkah F  
SAMIT Yossef M  
SAMIT Feitchi F  
SAMIT Shmuel M  

 

Following is a list of small villages that contained a few Jewish families and some of them are mentioned in the Nowy Jarczow Book.

List of Pekalowice Jews who perished in the Shoa and are mentioned in the Nowy Jarczow Yizkor Book by Rabbi Mordechai Gerstel:

Last name First name Father Gender Remarks
BLOCK     M  
BLOCK     F  
GOTTLIEB Daniel   M  
GOTTLIEB     F  
MARGOLES Shmuel   M  
MARGOLIES   Shmuel M  
MARGOLIES     F  
MARGOLIES     F  
SCHTAPLER Pinhas   M  
SCHTAPLER Shlomo L. Pinhas M nbsp;
SCHTAPLER   Shmuel F Spouse: Daniel and 1 child

 


Podliski Male – Pidlisek
(Podliski, Ukraine)

49°22' / 24°21'

5.9 miles from Nowy Jarczow

List of Podliski Jews who perished in the Shoa and are mentioned in the Nowy Jarczow Yizkor Book by Rabbi Mordechai Gerstel:

Ber, Yaacov – wife, one daughter, one son–in–law

Chiam – from Podliski, wife, two children

Henie – her husband Wolf , three children, one daughter, one grandchild

Peshe – from Lissak, daughter Ruchtshe

Shneider, Moshe – wife, four children, one son–in–law

Shpiesback, Beryl – wife Sarah, one son

Shtoltzberg, Mordechai – wife, three sons, two daughters

Shtoltzberg, Nissan

Yaacov – his son Mendel , his wife Chava, two children

Yudele – with his wife


Pobortse – Pidbaritz
(Podbortse, Ukraine)

49°51' / 24°09'

8.1 miles from Nowy Jarczow

List of Pidbaritz Jews who perished in the Shoa and are mentioned in the Nowy Jarczow Yizkor Book by Rabbi Mordechai Gerstel:

Fange, Zinie – wife, two children

Fanger, Nathan – wife, two children

Mehr, David – wife Tzipe, three children

Moss, Israel – wife, three children

Shaeffer, Avraham – wife, four children

Shofer, David – wife, three children


Stary Jarczow – Old Jarczow
(Staryy Yarychev, Ukraine)

49°55' / 24°16'

10.1 miles from Nowy Jarczow

List of Stary Jarczow Jews who perished in the Shoa and are mentioned in the Nowy Jarczow Yizkor Book by Rabbi Mordechai Gerstel:

Keller, Feile – her brother, his wife, three children

Keller, Mair – wife, five children


Kamenopole – Kamenepale
(Kamenopol', Ukraine)

49°52' / 24°10'

6.9 Miles from Nowy Jarczow

List of Kamenopole Jews who perished in the Shoa and are mentioned in the Nowy Jarczow Yizkor Book by Rabbi Mordechai Gerstel:

Hersh – his wife, two daughters, one son–in–law, three children

Milchiker, Berish – wife, and daughter

 

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