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[Page 466]

I Will Remember These . . .
A List of the Jews of Braslav [Braslaw]
and the Surrounding Area
Who Perished in the Holocaust

Dedicated also to those who are not remembered here and for whom no redeemer remained . . .

Translated from the Hebrew by Laia Ben-Dov (page 466) and Jeff Deitch (pages 467-496)

Donated by Jeff Deitch, with Comments in Brackets

[The list on pages 467-496 shows the remembered dead for each of 10 out of the 12 communities in this memorial book, omitting mention only of the two very small communities of Okmenitz and Zarach. The period covered was between the time of the Nazi occupation in late June 1941 and the end of the war. For Okmenitz and Zarach, at least some of its dead --- members of the Dagovitz family in Okmenitz and of the Reichel family in Zarach --- were listed instead under Braslav.

The memorial book doesn't say when or how the list was compiled. Presumably it was based mainly on the collective memory of the small number of survivors, gathered sometime between the war's end and the book's publication in Israel in 1986. In some cases, these memories might have been supplemented by the recollections of those who had left the region shortly before the Nazis invaded in June 1941.

The list is fundamentally important but not all-inclusive or error-free. As acknowledged in the book's dedication at the top of this page, some of the dead couldn't be included because there was no one left alive to remember them. For example, the Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933-1945, Volume II-B, published in 2012, gave an estimate of 3,000 for the prewar Jewish population of the town of Braslav, of whom only about 70 were said to have survived. For Opsa, which had at least 300 Jewish inhabitants, the number of survivors might have been as few as one: Motke Rosenberg. It was impossible for the survivors who compiled the list to recall everyone in their respective communities. Their gathering of names for this memorial book was a heroic attempt.

For those who were recalled and included in the list, mistakes might sometimes have been made; survivors' memories weren't perfect. In a few cases a son or daughter who was married might appear twice, listed under both their parents and separately with their spouse, and so on.

Pages 467-496 list 3,339+ people; the total is approximate because for some families the survivors said that there were children but didn't say how many. If a rough estimate of a Jewish population of 4,000-4,500 in the Braslav region at June 1941 is accurate, then some 660-1,160 of the victims, or 17%-26%, weren't mentioned in the list. But the list gives an approximate idea of the size of each community before June 1941 and the scale of the enormous loss.

The names in the list can be compared with other sources such as the online database of victims at Yad Vashem. That database contains translations of names of many people from this list (not always fully accurate), supplemented by further information and names provided by survivors, as well as by other sources that have come to light. Yad Vashem's database too is fundamentally important but not free of error. So the list in this memorial book can serve as a useful basis for comparison.

 

Number of Dead in the List on Pages 467-496
Estimate of the Jewish Population in Each Place before June 1941 (in the Case of Yod, December 1941)
Braslav 1,734+ Some 3,000 Jews, out of the town's total 5,000 inhabitants, plus some Jewish refugees from elsewhere (according to Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933-1945; some survivors' estimates of Braslav's prewar Jewish population are higher)
Yod 435+ 450 Jews just before the massacre that began on December 17, 1941, plus some Jewish refugees from Lithuania and Latvia (according to From Victims to Victors, a memoir by survivors from Yod)
Dubina 327+ 320 Jews (according to page 381 of this memorial book), but was perhaps closer to around 340-350
Opsa 199+ 300 Jews (according to page 354 of this memorial book)
Rimshan 192
Yaisi 144 About 20 Jewish families (according to page 400 of this memorial book)
Slobodka 126+ Close to 40 Jewish families, out of the roughly 200 families there (according to page 445 of this memorial book)
Kislovshchitzna 92
Plusy 66
Zamosh 24 About 10 Jewish families, out of the 100 families there (according to page 393 of this memorial book)
Total 3,339+ The number of Jewish inhabitants killed in the region in 1941-44 has been estimated at approximately 4,000-4,500]

 

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BRASLAV [a.k.a. Braslaw]

[1,734+ 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
ABRAMSON, Berl and Berta
Buntza, Katriel-Shmuel
 
ABRAMSON, Chaim-Leib and wife
Children [it’s assumed this meant at least two]
 
ABRAMSON, Mendel and Yehudit
Two children
 
ABRAMSON Shlomo-Zalman and Rachel
Three children
[17+]
 
AUERBACH, Baruch and Sara [2]
 
ULMAN, Abrasha and Liba
A child
 
ULMAN, Eli-Gershon and Matla  
ULMAN, Eliahu and Matla  
ULMAN, Dvora-Mirel
Musia
 
ULMAN, Zelig and Leah
Chasia
 
ULMAN, Zalman and Etel
Davidka, Itzka, Taybka
 
ULMAN, Yosef and wife
Two children
 
ULMAN, Liuba  
ULMAN, Leib
Liuba
 
ULMAN, Musia  
ULMAN, Moshe-Anshel  
ULMAN, Frida  
ULMAN, Rivka  
ULMAN, Roza
Avraham, Reuven, David
 
ULMAN, Shmerel and wife
Nisan-Berl, Leib, and another son
[37]
 
USTYEV [or AUSTIEV], Shlomo and Leah
David, Mina, and another child
[5]
 
ASTER, Tanchum and Sonia
A child
[3]
 
ATLAS, Nachum and wife
Children
[4+]
 
EIDELSON, Aharon and Niuta
A child
 
EIDELSON, Yitzchak and Sonia
Two children
 
EIDELSON, Katriel  
EIDELSON, Leah  
EIDELSON, Leib and wife
Zaydel, Yehoshua
 
EIDELSON, Layzer and Sonia
Leibke and another child
 
EIDELSON, Mendel and Sonia  
EIDELSON, Ezer and Sara
Machla, Shaynka, Chaim
 
EIDELSON, Shaul  
EIDELSON, Shlomo-Yitzchak
Mirka, Esther, Batia
[29]
 
EINHORN, Anshel and Dina
Yuska and three other children
 
EINHORN, Chloina and Chana  
EINHORN, Gershon and Chana-Rachel
Two children
 
EINHORN, Yerachmiel and Chaya  
EINHORN, Leib and wife [16]
 
ALEKSANDROVICH, Husband and wife
Three children
[5]

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Last name First name
AMDUR, Efraim  
AMDUR, Chasia (daughter of Esther)  
AMDUR, Yaacov and Chaya
Henoch, Asher, Chana, Zelda
[8]
 
ESTREIKH, Chaim and Guta
Zelda, Peska
[4]
 
EPSHTEIN, Wife of
Itzka, Merka, and another child
[4]
 
ARON, Mina
Sonia
 
ARON, Shneiur and Dvora [4]
 
ARONOVITZ, Chaya-Leah
Rayvka, Blumka
 
ARONOVITZ, Yisrael and Sonia
Leahka, Abrashka, Falka-Eli
 
ARONOVITZ, Slava-Chaya [9]
 
ARONCHIK, Betzalel and Mari [2]
 
ARLYUK, Alter and Chaya
Uri, Natan
[4]
 
ARKLIS, Nachum and Golda
Four children
 
ARKLIS, Rayza [7]
 
BASEL, Liza
Chaim-Asher, Shepsel
[3]
 
BASNER, Liba-Dina
Yitzchak
[2]
 
BOGOMOLSKI, Zerach and Chasia-Rachel
Sara-Leah
[3]
 
BUDOVICH, Chaim and Chaya [2]
 
BUDZIN, Mendel and Gitel
Shalom-Moshe, Simcha
[4]
 
BOR, Shalom and Alta
Simcha and another child
[4]
 
BURAT, Leib and Esther-Musia
Yisrael, Rivka, Mula, Meir, Shimon, Layzer
[8]
 
BEILIN, Benyamin and Doba
Leah-Malka, Simcha, Molka, Frumka, Merka, Hoda
[8]
 
BILIAK, Avraham and Raytza
Velvel, Itka, and another child
 
BILIAK, Itzia-Peretz and Esther  
BILIAK, David
Moshe, Rachel, Leibel
 
BILIAK, David-Shlomo and Sima-Dvora
Moshe, Rachel, Tayba
 
BILIAK, Zisla  
BILIAK, Chone and Chava
Itzia-Shimshon, Chaya-Shayna, Dvorka, Tabka, Gutka
 
BILIAK, Chontza
Tuvia
 
BILIAK, Chaya-Leah
Velvel
 
BILIAK, Yossel and Tzipel
Beila, Sotzka, Dvora
 
BILIAK, Meir-Yossel and Batia
Layzer
 
BILIAK, Natan (Noska) and Henia-Riva
Tabka, Libka, Shaynka, Sara-Gitka
 
BILIAK, Sonia
Chaim-Meir and two other children
 
BILIAK, Kayla-Malka
Nochka, Gitka, Chaim-Leib, Chana-Feiga
 
BILIAK, Simcha  
BILIAK, Shimon and Leah
Velvel, Itka
 

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Last name First name
BILIAK, Shneiur and wife
Two children
 
BILIAK, Shifra
Yankel
[62]
 
BIMBAT, Leib and Dvora
Two daughters
[4]
 
BITZON, Idl and Batia
Sender
 
BITZON, Chaim-Yitzchak and Chana-Rachel
Chasia-Leah, Michal, Moshe-Henoch
 
BITZON, Katriel-Leib and wife
Two children
 
BITZON, Moche-Henoch and wife
Two children
[16]
 
BIK, Abrasha (Avraham-Hirsh)  
BIK, Yosef and Sonia
Natan, Leib, and three other sons
 
BIK, Yerachmiel and Mania
Tzila, Perela
 
BIK, Musia (Moshe-Hillel)  
BIK, Feiga [14]
 
BLACHER, Chaim-Reuven and Musia-Leah
Shachna, David
 
BLACHER, Yitzchak and Batia
Bluma
 
BLACHER, Moshe-Akiva and Zlata
Three children
[12]
 
BALONOV, David and Chana
A child
 
BALONOV, Yosef and Alta  
BALONOV, Mantzik and Beila
Yosef, Mendel
 
BALONOV, Shalom and Liba-Shayna
A child
[12]
 
BAND, Avraham-Leib and Chaya-Chana
Shachna, Yehoshua
[4]
 
BANK, Aba and wife
Altka
 
BANK, Alter and wife
Chaim-Noach, Chaika, Matla
 
BANK, Zalman-Eli and Golda-Dina  
BANK, Chaya  
BANK, Chaim-Ber and Sara
A child
 
BANK, Chloina and Tamarl
Shepsel
 
BANK, Yankel and Beila
A daughter
 
BANK, Katriel and Liuba
Rachela, Yisrael, Mila
 
BANK, Moshe and Fraydel
Malka and two other children
 
BANK, Moshe-Baruch and Dvora
Yuska
[33]
 
BEK, Baruch and Mina
Zelda, Beila
 
BEK, Father of Baruch [5]
 
BER, Boris and Slava
Tzvia and two other children
[5]
 
BERGAZIN, Shimon and Tzila
Fania, Koba
[4]
 
BRUN, Zusia and Rachel
Golda, Chana
 
BRUN, Mendel and Matla
Yaacov, Aharon-Noach, Michla, Layzer, Brinker[,] Golda
[12]
 
BERMAN, Leib  
BERMAN, Moshe and Batia [3]

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Last name First name
BARMAPOV, Leib-Meir and Dvora
Rivka, Esther, Simcha, Bluma
 
BARMAPOV, Moshe and Sara-Leah
Two children
[10]
 
GANS, Avraham and Esther-Liba
Sarala and two other daughters
 
GANS, Bentzion and Chaya
Two children
 
GANS, Zlata  
GANS, Chone and Frumka
Two children
 
GANS, Chaim and Rayvka
A daughter
 
GANS, Moshe and Tzipa
Four children
 
GANS, Shlomo-Zalman and Chana  
GANS, Sara
Four daughters
[30]
 
GEBELMAN, Shalom and wife
Nechama, Velvel
The father of Shalom
[5]
 
GUTKIN, Chaim and Rachel-Leah
Rayzel, Gitel, Yankel
[5]
 
GOLDIN, Avraham-Yossel and Riva-Dina  
GOLDIN, Bluma  
GOLDIN, Chone and wife
Three children
 
GOLDIN, Leib and Bluma
Berele, Michla, Natan, Uri, Zalman-Eli
 
GOLDIN, Leib and Chaya-Ita
Dvora
 
GOLDIN, Moshe and Sara
Ida, Meir, Leibel, and another child
[24]
 
GOLDMAN, Hirsh and wife
Avramka and another child
 
GOLDMAN, Mottel and wife
Avramka and another child
[8]
 
GOLDANSKI, Shimon and Sima
Ilia, David
[4]
 
GUREVITZ, Idl-Meir  
GUREVITZ, Chaya  
GUREVITZ, Yankel and Chaya
Meir and two other children
 
GUREVITZ, Nachman-Chaim and Zisla
Mendel, Meir, Chana, Liba
[13]
 
GORDON, Berl [1]
 
GINDLIN, Gershon and Sara-Pesia
Molka, Leah, Lolka
 
GINDLIN, Yitzchak and wife
Baruch-Yona, Moshe, Tzipka, Leibke, Bunka
[12]
 
GINZBURG, Zerach and wife
Rayka
 
GINZBURG, Tuvia and Zelda
Three children
[8]
 
GLAZER, Yaacov and Masha
Avraham-Itzia, Velvele
[4]
 
GELISHKOVSKI [or GLUSHKOVSKI] Aba
Avraham, Yeta
[3]
 
GLAZ, Layzer and Feiga
Yankel, Beinish, Fridka
[5]
 
GAMUSH, Leib
Pesia
[2]
 
GAMEROV, Zalman and Chasia
Two children
 
GAMEROV, Fala and Ita
Zalman and two other children
[9]

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Last name First name
GANDLER, Shimon and Sara-Rachel
Matus
[3]
 
GRAVITZ, David and Taybel [2]
 
GRABER [or GARBER], Velvel and wife
Children
 
GRABER, Yankel and Feiga
Nechama, Matla
 
GRABER, Yitzchak and Sara-Rivka
A child
 
GRABER, Rayzka
Children
 
GRABER, Shaul and Sara-Riva
Two children
[18+]
 
GRINBOIM, Hershel and Minka
A child
[3]
 
GRINSHTEIN, Nachum and wife
Elia, Chana
 
GRINSHTEIN, Shalom and wife
Two children
[8]
 
GRINSHPAN, Velvel and wife
Yankel, Tuvia, and two other children
[6]
 
DAGOVITZ, Avraham and Nechama-Rayzel
Leibke, Shimon, Esther
 
DAGOVITZ, Betzalel-Yankel and Rachel
Dobka, Chone-Zisa, and another child
 
DAGOVITZ, Dina  
DAGOVITZ, Moshe and Ida
Monik, David
 
DAGOVITZ, Moshe-Eli and wife
Hershel and another son
 
DAGOVITZ, Shmuel and Tzvia
Batia
 
DAGOVITZ, Shmerel and wife [24]
 
DOBKIN, Wife of
A child
 
DOBKIN, Chaya
Chana
[4]
 
DAVIDOVITZ, Shneiur and Rachel
Vita
[3]
 
DEITCH, Aba and Chaya
Shepsel
 
DEITCH, Avraham-Itzia and wife
Falka
 
DEITCH, Anshel
Hirsh
 
DEITCH, Bela
Three children
 
DEITCH, Hirsh and wife
A child
 
DEITCH, Velvel and Mirel
Braynka, Mendel, Milka, Sarala
 
DEITCH, Velvel and wife
Two children
 
DEITCH, Ziska and Fraydel
Batsheva, Chaya-Brayna
 
DEITCH, Chone  
DEITCH, Chaim-Katriel and Miriam
Fraydel and another child
 
DEITCH, Chloina and Taybel
Children
 
DEITCH, Yosef-Mendel and Hinda
Rivka, Matus, Zalman, Golda, Perela
 
DEITCH, Yankel and Guta
Two children
 
DEITCH, Yerachmiel  
DEITCH, Yisrael-Shabtai and Sara-Chaya-Esther
Reuven
 

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Last name First name
DEITCH, Katriel and wife
Chone
 
DEITCH, Levi and Guta
Two children
 
DEITCH, Mottel and Sonia
Zelda, Zalman, Chana, Yisrael-Berl
 
DEITCH, Malka-Rayza
Zerach
 
DEITCH, Mendel and Fania
David, Hirsh
 
DEITCH, Slava  
DEITCH, Fraydel
Beilka
 
DEITCH, Shayke and wife  
DEITCH, Shimon and wife
Zelda and another child
[81+]
 
DIMANTSHTEIN, Aba and Batia
Merka, Mula
[4]
 
HOLTZ, Peretz and Gitel
Tzvia, Golda, Raika, Leahka
[6]
 
VORIN, Etel
Hirshel
[2]
 
VIDEREVITZ, Shimon and Chana
Rishka, Gnesia
Israel (brother of Chana)
 
VIDEREVITZ, Brother of Shimon [6]
 
VEINSHTEIN, Ita  
VEINSHTEIN, Gitel
Shmaryahu
 
VEINSHTEIN, Hirsh and Doba  
VEINSHTEIN, Henoch and Chaya
Chaim-Eli
 
VEINSHTEIN, Yosef and Henia
Three children
 
VEINSHTEIN, Yaacov and Gnesia
Reuven and another child
 
VEINSHTEIN, Levi-Yitzchak and Mirel
Shaul
 
VEINSHTEIN, Leib and Gnesia
Two sons
 
VEINSHTEIN, Nachum and Chasia
Zlatka, Liuba, Chaim
 
VEINSHTEIN, Riva-Dina  
VEINSHTEIN, Rayza-Matla  
VEINSHTEIN, Shmerel [32]
 
VEIS, Chaya-Gitel
A child
[2]
 
VEIF, Berl and wife
A son
 
VEIF, Chasia  
VEIF, Matus and Chaya-Tzesia
Zerach, Bentzion, Avka [or Evka], Rivka, Shalom, Matla, Sara-Mirel
 
VEIF, Feiga
Moshaka
[15]
 
VINOKUR, Chatzkel  
VINOKUR, Rashel [2]
 
VISHKIN, Tuvia and Sara-Leah
Yosef, Nechama, Chaim
[5]
 
VALIN, Leib and Dvora
Chana-Ita, Rivka, Molka
 
VALIN, Mordechai and wife
Children
 
VALIN, Feivush and Elka
Pesach, Moshe, Layzer, Shayna-Chaya
 

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Last name First name
VALIN, RABBI Zvi-Hirsh and Sara-Hinda
Betzalel
[18+]
 
ZAHORIE [or ZAGORIE], RABBI Avraham-Aba-Yaacov and Rachel  
ZAHORIE, Lazyer-Itzia  
ZAHORIE, Mendel [4]
 
ZUBOVICH, Yitzchak and Frida
Two children
 
ZUBOVICH, Nachman and Sonia
Two children
[8]
 
ZEIF, Aharon and Mirel  
ZEIF, Berl and wife  
ZEIF, Zalmen-Eli
Two daughters
 
ZEIF, Chaim-Aba and Chasia
Naftali
 
ZEIF, Chaim-Yisrael and wife
Children
 
ZEIF, Yossel and Riva
Mendel and two other children
 
ZEIF, Yisrael and Tzirel  
ZEIF, Leib and Roza
Esther, Sonia, Yechiel, and another son
 
ZEIF, Moshe-Anshel and Lifsha
Zalman, Feiga, Sonia
[32+]
 
ZILBER, Itzia-Yankel and Doba
Moshe-Leib, Chaya-Ela, and three other children
 
ZILBER, Baruch and wife  
ZILBER, Son of Baruch, and the son’s wife
Children
 
ZILBER, Zalman and Chaya-Dusha  
ZILBER, Yehoshua and Henia
Two children
 
ZILBER, Yosef  
ZILBER, Yermiyahu and Elka-Mira
Mina, Berl, Moshe, Henoch, Shmerka
 
ZILBER, Meir
Two children
 
ZILBER, Reuven and Yehudit
Liuba, Moshe, David
 
ZILBER, Shlomo the shochet [ritual slaughterer] and Sara-Leah
Liuba, Bluma, Hirshka
[40+]
 
ZILBERMAN, Baruch and Chaya  
ZILBERMAN, Nisan and Elka
Gershka
[5]
 
ZACHAROV, Shlomo and Minka
Gutka, Meir
[4]
 
ZLOTOKRYL, Meir and Fruma
Hertzel, Yankel, Sonia
[5]
 
ZELIKMAN, Rivka
A child
[2]
 
ZAK, Velvel and Shayna
Efraim, Batka, Paya
[5]
 
ZAKS, Tzila
Avraham-Zalman, Pesia-Dvora, Leibel, Esther
[5]
 
ZARZHEVSKI, Avraham-Meir and Rashka
David and two other children
 
ZARZHEVSKI, Efraim and Rachel
Three children
 
ZARZHEVSKI, Yosef and Rachel
Moshele
[13]
 
KHEDEKEL, Chaim-Aizik and Olga [2]
 
KHARAT [or CHARAT], Avraham-Baruch and Iska
Moshe, Yisrael
 
KHARAT, Itzia-Kopel
 

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Last name First name
KHARAT, Yankel and Sonia-Leah
Two children
 
KHARAT, Leib and Masha
Miriam, Reuven, Sonia, Berka
 
KHARAT, Frayda-Rachel [16]
 
TVORETZKI, Aba-Fishel and wife
Liba, Itzka, Lotka
 
TVORETZKI, Leib (Yudl) and Pesia-Rachel
Berl, Mula, Danielka, Faytzka, Chana
 
TVORETZKI, Ema [13]
 
TODER, Meir and Sarel
Four children
[6]
 
TODRES, Chaim and Sara-Rivka
Shlomo, Chana
[4]
 
TOS, Chone and Esther
Yitzchak and three other children
[6]
 
YAKOBSON [or IAKOBSON], Gershon and Dora
Nioska
[3]
 
IANKELOVITZ, Velvel-Gershon and wife
Children
[4+]
 
IAFE [or IOFFE], Velvel [1]
 
KATZ, Aba and wife
Children
 
KATZ, Esther  
KATZ, Zalman  
KATZ, Yaacov and wife  
KATZ, Mendel and Riva  
KATZ, Sara-Leah [11+]
 
LUBARTOV, Luba and Klara
Izia, Veva
[4]
 
LUBOVITZ, Avraham and Chaya  
LUBOVITZ, Moshele (son of Chana and Zusman) [3]
 
LEVIN, Bluma  
LEVIN, Hirsh and Rivka
Leibel, Doba-Zlata
 
LEVIN, Velvel and Leah
Two children
 
LEVIN, Father of Velvel  
LEVIN, Velvel and Rayza  
LEVIN, Chaya-Shayna
Tzipka
 
LEVIN, Chaya-Sara  
LEVIN, Chaim and Batia
Tzvia and another child
 
LEVIN, Yehoshua and Iska
Malka
 
LEVIN, Yisrael and Chasia
Sima
 
LEVIN, Moshe and wife  
LEVIN, Moshe-Lipa and Sima-Yenta
Yehuda, Rachka, Faytzka, Minka, Volfka
 
LEVIN, Peretz and Netzka (Neta)
Leibel
 
LEVIN, Rachel-Dita
Yerucham
[39]
 
LOTZ, Hertz and Zlata [see also under Dubina]
Molka, Sima
 
LOTZ, Yitzchak and Slava
Rayzla
[7]
 
LIN, Moshe-Chone  
LIN, Reuven and Taybel
Sonia
[5]
 
LIF, Zalman  
LIF, Yankel-Hirsh and Hinda
Chaim, Mosheka, Mina-Rasha, Bentzka
 
LIF, Shalom-Reuven and Tamarl
Paya, Chaim-Feivush, and two other children
[13]

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Last name First name
MAGAT, Yosef and Lena
Natan and another child
 
MAGAT, Yitzchak and wife
Children
[8+]
 
MODLIN, David and Sonia
Chana, Mula
[4]
 
MOVITZ [sic; should be MUNITZ], Eliahu-Aharon and Tzvia
Sonia, Yechiel, Shmuel-Zalman, Isser, Feiga-Tzipa
[7]
[The Hebrew original says Movitz, but other sources at Yad Vashem show that this family was actually named MUNITZ.]
 
MUNITZ, Efraim and Musia
Abrasha, Avka [or Evka], Chaya, Mula
 
MUNITZ, Baruch  
MUNITZ, Hertz and Gesia
Abrasha
 
MUNITZ, Velvel and Beila
Katriel-Chone, Tzipka
 
MUNITZ, Velvel and wife
A son
 
MUNITZ, Zalman and Hoda
Reuven
 
MUNITZ, Chaya
Dora
 
MUNITZ, Chaim and Asya
Rafael
 
MUNITZ, Chana  
MUNITZ, Yekutiel and Chava
Mira, Avraham
 
MUNITZ, Levi-Yitzchak and Rachel
Etzka, Shaynka, Faytzka
 
MUNITZ, Leib  
MUNITZ, Matus and Leah
Two children
 
MUNITZ, Michel-Yankel and Riva-Dina  
MUNITZ, Sima-Chaya  
MUNITZ, Shmuel-Yankel and Aydel
Chana, Eliahu, Batia, Chaim-Noach
[49]
 
MUSIN, Yaacov [1]
 
MAZEH [or MAZE], Eliezer and Liuba
A child
[3]
 
MILUTIN, Etzka
Sarala
 
MILUTIN, Ber-Leib and Sonia
Chatzkel, Mina-Rasha
 
MILUTIN, Yisrael  
MILUTIN, Sarel
Sima
 
MILUTIN, Riva
Chaim, Arka, Rachka, Abrashka
[14]
 
MILSHEVITZ, Etel [1]
 
MINDEL, Yitzchak and wife
Three children
[5]
 
MIRMAN, Eliahu-Natan and Ditel
Chana, Chaya-Mera
 
MIRMAN, Velvel
Etzka, Chana
[7]
 
MALER, Leib and Zlata-Chava  
MALER, Frayda
Lena, Pesia
 
MALER, Kalman [6]
 
MESENGISER, Velvel  
MESENGISER, Pesach [2]
 
MARGOLIS, Chaya-Yenta
Chana
[2]
 
MARON [or MERON], Beila-Esther  
MARON, Hirsh and Batia
Sarala
 
MARON, Zusia and Rachel
Golda and another daughter
 

[Page 476]

Last name First name
MARON, Chaim and Brayna-Malka
Sonia, Lusik, Abrashka, Moshele, Rachela, Etzinka
 
MARON, Chaim-Aizik and Sofia
Mula
 
MARON, Yosef-Yitzchak and Sonia  
MARON, Yankel  
MARON, Yankel and Chana  
MARON, Yisrael and Sara
Three children
 
MARON, Leib and Chana
Two children
 
MARON, Shayna [34]
 
NIDZBIADOVITZ[?], RABBI Eliezer-Yehuda and Brayna
Children
[4+]
 
SEGAL, Reuven and Sara
Lusia
[3]
 
SOLOVEICHIK, Chaim and Kayla
Moshe and two other children
[5]
 
STAVSKI, Chaya
Esther, Moshe, Relka
[4]
 
STUL [or STOL], Simcha-Hertz and Tania
Rachel, Hirsh, Sonia, Liuba
 
STUL, Shimon and wife [8]
 
SINGALOVSKI, Aharon-Zelig and Esther
Guta, Beni, Shlomo, Yankel
[6]
 
SLAVIN, Yosef and Gita
Rayzel, Peska
[4]
 
SAFERN-FUCHS, RABBI Alter from Dvinsk [1]
 
SKUTELSKI, Reuven and Chana [2]
 
SKOPITZ [or SKOPETZ], Hertz and Ida
Rozka, Hirshka, Chayka
 
SKOPITZ, Feiga and husband [this seems to mean that Skopitz was Feiga’s married name, not her maiden name] [7]
 
EFRON, Shimon and Chana
Chaim, Hirsh, Zavel
[5]
 
ETZIN, Batsheva
Ezer
 
ETZIN, Moshe-Aharon and Chana [4]
 
PER, Velvel and wife
Children
 
PER, Chone-David and wife
Moshe-Leib
 
PER, Chatzkel
Dina
 
PER, Yaacov and Rivka
Four children
 
PER, Fraydel
Two children
[18+]
 
FEIGIN, Beinish and Esther
Mottel, Moshele, Sima-Gitka
[5]
 
FISHER, Abrasha and Toiba
Three children
 
FISHER, Avraham-Leib and Pesia  
FISHER, Aharon and Hilda
David, Sonia
 
FISHER, Eita and husband [this seems to mean that Fisher was Eita’s married name, not her maiden name]
Children
 
FISHER, Ida-Chasinka (daughter of Chana and Tuvia)  
FISHER, Isser and Sara-Feiga
Yisrael, Rivka
 
FISHER, Baruch and Beila-Zelda
Zalman-Volf, Avraham, Gutka, Rivka, Zlatka
 
FISHER, Berl and Berta
Kulka
 

[Page 477]

Last name First name
FISHER, Hillel and Tzirna  
FISHER, Velvel and Chaya
Itzka
 
FISHER, Velvel and Liza-Leah
Fruma, Yitzchak
 
FISHER, Zalman-Yankel
Neftel
 
FISHER, Chone and Sonia
Borka, Avramel
 
FISHER, Chaya-Shayna
Feiga-Tzipa, Tevka, Gershon
 
FISHER, Chaim-Ber and Feiga
Two children
 
FISHER, Yehuda and Tzila
Zelig, Leib-Eli
 
FISHER, Yehoshua and Etel
Shayke, Meir[,] Yisrael and three daughters
 
FISHER, Yehoshua and Henia
Chasia, Chatzkel, Neftel, Mirka, Rachka
 
FISHER, Yechezkel and Leah
Chika, Guta, Berl, Liuba
 
FISHER, Yankel  
FISHER, Yisrael and Chaya
Dora, Chaim
 
FISHER, Yisrael-Leib  
FISHER, Leah
Gutka, Chaya
 
FISHER, Liuba
Sonia, Rachela
 
FISHER, Layzer and Aydel
A child
 
FISHER, Lena  
FISHER, Meir and Dvora
Two children
 
FISHER, Moshe and Liuba
Kulka
 
FISHER, Nachman and Chaya
Two children
 
FISHER, Feivush and Chaya
Neftel, Chaim-Hirsh, Gutman, Gutka
 
FISHER, Rafael and Fania
Yankel, Neftel, Rivka, Esther, Chasinka
 
FISHER, Sara-Gitka [119+]
 
FELDMAN, Daniel and Sara-Leah  
FELDMAN, Yehoshua and Batia  
FELDMAN, Yaacov and Fania
A child
 
FELDMAN, Moshe  
FELDMAN, Nachum and Nechama
Uri and another child
 
FELDMAN, Shimon
Eli-Chaim
[14]
 
FLEISHMAN, Shimon and Shayna-Mirel
Two children
[4]
 
FLEISHER, Shimon and wife
Two children
[4]
 
FRUMIN, Beila and husband [this seems to mean that Frumin was Beila’s married name, not her maiden name]
Children
 
FRUMIN, Gedalia and Lotka
Batia and other children
 
FRUMIN, Chaim and wife
Three children
 
FRUMIN, Yisrael and wife
Two children
 
FRUMIN, Layzer and Bluma
Masha and a son
 
FRUMIN, Mendel and Chasia  
FRUMIN, Nachman and Tzila
Velvel
 

[Page 478]

Last name First name
FRUMIN, Soska and husband [this seems to mean that Frumin was Soska’s married name, not her maiden name]
Children
FRUMIN, Slova and husband [this seems to mean that Frumin was Slova’s married name, not her maiden name]
Children
[35+]
 
FRIDMAN, Hirsh and Hinda
FRIDMAN, Niuta [3]
 
PERLOV, Doba
Reuven
[2]
 
PREZMAN [or PRESMAN], Liuba and husband [this seems to mean that Prezman was Liuba’s married name, not her maiden name]
Children
[4+]
 
CITRON [or TZITRON], Rachel the rabbanit [female Torah scholar/wife of a rabbi], who was also the daughter of Rabbi Yosef Rosen the Rogatchovi [i.e., the late Rogatchover Gaon] [1]
 
TZINMAN, Yisrael and Batia
Chava
TZINMAN, Rayna
A child
[5]
 
TZIPUK, Gitel
Rachel-Batia, Leah, Golda
TZIPUK, Shlomo and Esther [6]
 
TZIPIN, Paltiel [1]
 
CHEPELEVITZ, Liber
Hirsh
[2]
 
KANFER [or KAMFER/KAMPER], Yekutiel and Sarel
Molka, Abrashka, and another child
[5]
 
KAGAN, Yisrael
Zalman-Yitzchak
KAGAN, Tzila
Chasia and another child
[5]
 
KOBLENTZ, Yehoshua
KOBLENTZ, Leib and Liuba
A child
[4]
 
KOVNAT, Zalman and Rachel
Moshele, Chaim-Eli
KOVNAT, Mendel and Gita-Rayza
Dina, Sima
[8]
 
KONIN, Chaya-Gitel
KONIN, Pinchas and wife
Avramka, Leahka
KONIN, Rachmiel-Itza and Mari
Fraydel
[8]
 
KOFKIN, Eliakim and Malka
Three children
KOFKIN, Shimon and Liuba
A child
[8]
 
KOCHIN, Chaim-Yitzchak and Shayna
Velvel
[3]
 
KERBEL [or KORBEL/KURBEL], Moshe and Chasia
Yankel, Hirshka
[4]
 
KORT, Zlata and husband [this seems to mean that Kort was Zlata’s married name, not her maiden name]
Shalom-Sender and four other children
KORT, Yitzchak and Malka
Rafael, Chaim
KORT, Yisrael and Matla
KORT, Meir and Fania
A child
KORT, Minka and husband [this seems to mean that Kort was Minka’s married name, not her maiden name]
Rotka and another child
KORT, Shneiur and Chana
Mottel and another child
[24]
 
KLIONER [or KLYONAR], Gershon and Sonia [2]
 
KANTOR, David and Sara-Elka
Yankel, Perel
KANTOR, Rachel [5]
 
KANEVSKI [or KUNYAVSKI], Reuven and Rivka
A child
[3]
 
KASTREL, Yaacov and Zisla
Mashka, Zelig, Leah, and another child

[Page 479]

Last name First name
KASTREL, Levi-Yitzchak and Sara-Leah [8]
 
KAPLAN, Hirsh and Leah
Avramel
KAPLAN, Velvel
KAPLAN, Velvel and Liba
KAPLAN, Yerma and Liba
Two children
KAPLAN, Ezra and Perel
Two children
[14]
 
KRAUT, Leib and Shula
A child
[3]
 
KRAVETZ, Chloina
Molka and another child
[3]
 
KRAVITZ, Layzer and Brocha [or Bracha]
Yehudit and another child
[4]
 
KARAS, Boris and Chaya-Sara
Tzipka, Esther, Yankel, Kersin-Daniel
[6]
 
RABINOVITZ, Zalman and Hota
A child
RABINOVITZ, Levi-Yitzchak and Roza
Sonia, Feiga
RABINOVITZ, Shlomo and Gita
RABINOVITZ, Shepsel and Dvora
Alter, Sonia, Sima, Masha, Tayba
[16]
 
RUSONIK, Nechama
Idel, Itka
[3]
 
RUKSHIN, Fishel and Chaya [2]
 
RIBASH, Zalman
A son
[2]
 
REICHEL, Gitel
REICHEL, Gershon and Chiena [or Chayna]
REICHEL, Chaim-Yisrael and Batia
Sara, Nachman, Velvel, Zalka, Feiga, Bluma, Moshe, Yehoshua
REICHEL, Yuska
REICHEL, Yaacov and Batia
Dvora, Esther, Mina
REICHEL, Meir and Feiga
Chaim-David
REICHEL, Mendel
Berl
REICHEL, Shneiur and Chasia
A child
[27]
 
RITZ, Yisrael and Batia
Merka, Idel, Matla, and two other children
[7]
 
RAPAPORT, Chone-Noach and wife
Children
[4+]
 
SHUTAF[?], Chana [1]
 
SHTEIN, Aharon and Fania
SHTEIN, Melech and Rachel
Henoch-Itzka
[5]
 
SHTERN, RABBI Moshe and Beila
Children
[4+]
 
SHTEINMAN, Ema
Shayke
[S]TEINMAN, Shlomo and Leah
Etzka and two other children
SHTEINMAN, Shneiur and Rachel-Leah
Two children
[11]
 
SHEIBEL, Pesia [1]
 
SHEINKMAN, Malka
Berta
[2]
 
SHEINER, Yosef and Netzka
A son
SHEINER, Leib and Fraydel
Abrasha, Izia
[7]
 
SHLOSBERG, Hillel and wife
Aba-Zuska and three other children
[6]

[Page 480]

Last name First name
SMUSHKOVITZ, Aba and Esther
SMUSHKOVITZ, Yehuda-Moshe
SMUSHKOVITZ, Yehoshua and Esther
Shaynka
SMUSHKOVITZ, Shimon and wife
Two children
[10]
 
SHMIDT, Roza
Chaya-Feiga, Sonia
[3]
 
SHNEIUR, Yosef [1]
 
SHNEIDER, Hirsh and Chaya-Merel
SHNEIDER, Masha
Two sons
SHNEIDER, Reuven and Frida
Tania, Yosef, Chedva, Mula
[11]
 
SHAPIRA, Esther
Chava, Matla
SHAPIRA, Chone
SHAPIRA, Shmuel and Sonia
Sima
[7]
 
SHPERLING, Michal-Leib and Fruma
Moska, Feigel, Dvora, Pinchas, Gitel, Rachel
[8]
 
SHKOLNIK, Velvel and Golda
A child
SHKOLNIK, Matus and Rivka
SHKOLNIK, Pesach and Guta
Two children
SHKOLNIK, Pesach and Matla
Lubka, Yuska
[13]
 
SHERMAN, Aba and wife
Yechiel, Yankel, Liuba
SHERMAN, Chaikel
SHERMAN, Yerachmiel and wife
SHERMAN, Leib and Rivka
Mula, Nechemia, Zavel
SHERMAN, Leib and Rivka
Shlomo, Michal
SHERMAN, Rachel
SHERMAN, Rayza
SHERMAN, Sara [20]

 

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