|Sarah G. Blumenfeld
|Harriet B. Konveiler
|Evelyn G. Levinson
|Norman S. Levinson
|Lena Rabin Levinson
|Patty Joan Schwartz
|Frances G. Citron
|Philip N. Citron
|David Citron Jr.
|David Citron, III
|A. Robert Citron
|Marion M. Eskov
|Esther G. Stone
|Helene S. Lane
|Hazel G. Rogers
|Roger L. Rogers
|Alger David Goldfarb
|Baron de Hirsh Mayer
|Hazel T. Steiner
John Mayer, a son of Aharon and Chana Drogitchinsky, was born in 1872 in Drohitchin. His wife Sara was a daughter of Yaakov Yaskulka, and was born on December 9, 1871 in Brisk. John Mayer, who was a businessman, died on August 27, 1942. The Mayers had three children: Leo Mayer, Eva Mayer and Baron de Hirsh Mayer.
Photo right top is of John Mayer. Left top is of John and his wife Sarah Mayer, who lives in Miami Beach.
Photo in middle is Tila Zucker, a daughter of R. Aharon and Chana Drogitchinsky. She lives in Miami Beach (see pp. 66 and 219. D.W.)
On the left is Meir Paykov, a family member who died at the hands of the Germans in Europe during the War.
Shmuel Goldfarb, born in Kobrin, was a businessman, and died on January 20, 1934. Roza, a daughter of R. Aharon and Chana Drogitchinsky, was from Drohitchin and was Shmuel's wife. She died on July 29, 1933. The Goldfarbs had seven children: Sarah Blumenfeld (San Diego), Evelyn Levinson (Detroit), Frances Citron (Chicago), Marion Eskov (Miami Beach), Esther Stone (St. Joseph, Missouri), Alger D. Goldfarb (Highland Park, Illinois) and Hazel Rogers.
Photo left: Shmuel and Roza Goldfarb
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