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Names Index for Jezierzany Yizkor Book

Index created by Ilene Wagner with assistance from Judy Brodkey

March 2020


The Sefer ozieran ve–ha–seviva (Memorial Book, Jezierzany and Surroundings) was written in 1959 and edited by M.A. Tenenblatt in Jerusalem.

It is divided into 6 sections, most of which were originally written in Hebrew. A few of the sections were originally written in Yiddish. Each section is numbered according to column markers in the original manuscript.

 

Interpreting Hebrew without Vowels

The original book was primarily written in Hebrew and did not include vowels. Translators often had to guess regarding the English translation of a particular name or word in the text. For that reason, you may see odd spellings and name variations for a single individual because the actual name wasn't clear to the translator. Variations in vowel sounds, e.g. Dovid versus David, should not be considered consequential in most cases. If you are searching for a particular individual, you may want to browse the entire list to search for a relative under more than one surname.

 

Missing and Misplaced Column Numbers

Column numbers 104, 108, 110, 116, 210, and 216 from the original manuscript were inadvertently left out of the English translation although the actual text of those pages appears in the online English translation. The index includes all people named in those sections based on the column number in the English translation.

In a few cases, column numbers were duplicated or reversed. Column 395 appears before and after 396. Column numbers 215, 451, 452, 455, 456, 485 and 486 appear twice. The duplicate column number sections usually appear in close proximity to each other.

 

Necrology Lists and the Names Index

The names in this index were derived from all 6 sections of the book. Section E, “Holocaust and Destruction,” includes lists of Jewish people who died during the Holocaust. We did not copy the necrology names into the Names Index so you will want to search for people in both the appropriate necrology list and in the Names Index. In some cases, names will be included in both. However, some names may be listed in a necrology list that will not be found in the Names Index.

 

Yiddish, Hebrew and English

You will find Yiddish, Hebrew and English names in the index. In most situations, we kept the spelling of names as written by the Hebrew–to–English or Yiddish–to–English translators.

 

Multiple Listings and Name Variations

Many names appear more than once in the book but are spelled slightly differently each time or the name has been left out and only initials appear. Where it was clear that the names refer to a single person, we have done our best to cross–reference them in the notes column. However, it was impossible to find and document every instance of cross–referenced names. If it wasn't absolutely clear that different spellings referred to the same person, we have listed the name under two or more alternative spellings.

 

Names and Occupations

Until sometime in the mid–19th century, most eastern European Jews were not required to have family surnames. Instead, children were usually identified as son of (e.g. Mendel Bar David) or daughter of (e.g. Ruchel Bat David.) Some adult Eastern European Jews were also identified by their occupation, e.g.Chaim dem Chazen, Chaim the cantor. For the most part, if no customary last name was given but the occupation appeared preceded by “dem,” implying the person was identified by their occupation, indexers included the occupation in the Comments column. In a few cases, it was unclear whether an occupation was only referring to the person's job or might be their actual surname. In that case, indexers sometimes included that under surname. For example, “shochet” could refer to someone's job as a ritual slaughterer but also might be an actual surname.

 

Missing Surnames and Given Names

Some names in the text are missing a surname. For the most part, those names are included under the “Unknown Surnames” section at the end of the Names Index.

 

Unclear Whether a Name is A Given Name or Surname

In a few situations where it was unclear whether a name was a surname or given name, indexers have included the name both in the Surname and Given Name columns and referenced that in the Comments column.

 

Jezierzany Landsmenshaften and Gemilat Chesed References

Some individuals in the Names Index were incorrectly identified as leaders of the Jezierzany landsmenshaften in New York City.  In actuality, they were involved with the local Gemilat Chesed charity fund. Consult the original English text of the Yzkor book for clarification.

 

Surname Given Name Column(s) Comments
A
Abzug Louis 54 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Aharon Moshe 83
Aharon   33 Rabbi
Aharon   54 Photo caption, Moshe Aharon's mother
Alinik Avrom 185 Per footnote 4 in chapter, the surname Alinik is assumed.
Alinik Ber 183, 184, 185, 187, 188, 190, 191, 195, 196, 198 Referred to as “Old Ber.” Also referred to as Berko in Column 196. Ber is Avrom Alinik's father; surname Alinik is assumed.
Anchil   73, 74 Rabbi, author's great grandfather
Anski S. 74, 113 Column 100, Endnote 15: Anski or Ansky is a pseudonym for author Shloyme Zanvi Rappaport. Referred to as “R'Anski”
Apelbaum Avish 391, 392  
Apelboym Genia 437 Photo caption
Apelboym Nekhemye 437 Photo caption
Apfelboym Abish 449  
Apfelboym Fayvl 466, 467, 482  
Apfelboym Freyde 482  
Appelbaum Aharon 106, 123, 124 Photo caption (column 106)
Appelbaum Menachem 261  
Applebaum Lippa 106, 243/244 Name also cited as Lipa'lekh Apfelbaum. In columns 243/244, name appears as R'Lipa Melamed. Apfelbaum may be his mother's maiden name.
Arik Fishel 27, 128, 129, 235, 236  
Aspis Kuptsye 449  
Atkinson   98 Author's name in America
Auberlander–Sternberg Hillel 294 From Sternberg clan in Chortkov
Avner   299 Chairman of Judenrat in Chortkov
Avramchi–Nisans Benni 198 This could be the same person as Avraham'chi Nisnas in Column 89.
Avrekh R. 420 Author of “The Origins and Livelihoods of the Village Jews around Jezierzany” chapter.
Axelbrod 420 Jewish proprietor or leaseholder in region
Aynhorn Hirsh Leyb 446, 468 Photo caption of daughters
Aynhorn Ruzia 468  
Ayz Zaynvil 466  
Azieraner Welwele 427  
B
Ba'al HaNes Meir 65  
Bader Tilly 251 Vice President of Woman's Union in New York City
Badler Avraham 96 Son of Mosher Zelig (Badler/Bedler). This could be the same person as Avraham Bedor in Column 395.
Badler Shimshon 83, 257, 410 Name also appears as Bedler and Bodler
Badler Shmuel 83  
Bar–Gil M. 255 Author of “Between Wars” chapter
Bartfeld   420 Jewish proprietor or leaseholder in region
Bedler Moshe Zelig 130 Father of Avraham Badler. See name variations under surname Zelig.
Bedler   255, 257  
Bedor Avraham 395 Author of “To Our Sons After Us” chapter. Son of R' Schmuel Bedler. This could be the same person as Avraham Badler in Column 96.
Bedor Shimon 102, 103 Author of “Regime and Life Changes” chapter. Name also cited as Bedler. Photo caption.
Ben–Shem R. 19, 96 Author of “The Jews of Ozeryany, Their History and Status, Jezierzany: segments of History and Geography.”
Berger Morris 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society, author of “What We Did for Our Hometown” chapter
Bergman Aba 233, 234  
Berman David 91, 128, 444 Given name also spelled Dovid
Berman Moshe 128  
Berman Shaya'li 90  
Berman Yeshayahu 90 Name also appears as Yeshaya
Berman Zisl 410  
Bernshteyn Dora 442 Photo caption
Bernstein Fishel 355  
Bernstein Max 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Bezner Moshe Shlomo 61, 63, 233, 234 Surname also spelled Bezber
B–G M. 241, 242 Author of “Tradesmen in our Town” chapter. The last name is not spelled out in the original Hebrew version of the book.
Bilgoray Yehuyda 292 From Pilatkowce or Zhilinitz; murdered and may have been buried in Jezierzany
Binchiess Moshe 77 The most accurate English translation is unknown
Binyomin Avrom 434 Teacher in Bilcze
Bintsiyes Moshe 405  
Bitterman   90  
Blader   458  
Blanken Avrom 437  
Blecher Abba 78, 112  
Bloital Asher 325, 351 Shochet
Bloital Feiga 325  
Bloital Reuven 271, 351  
Bloital Sheva 351  
Bloital Yitzchak 351, 353, 354  
Bloital   107 Photo Caption
Bloytol Hersh 444  
Bloytol Meir 432 Slaughterer from Bilcze
Bloytol Miriam 444 Wife of Zusha Peltz
Bloytol Monye (Netanel) 431 Author of “The Village of Bilcze Before the Destruction” chapter
Blumenfeld Aaron 27, 154, 197, 199, 201, 202, 203, 205, 206, 207, 208, 211, 214, 218, 227 Given name also spelled Aron; see references to Ronetti Roman, Blumenfeld's pseudonym
Blutstein Shmuel 389, 390  
Blutstein Yitzchak 345, 389, 390 Given name also spelled Itzikel
Bodler Yeshaya 410 Given name also spelled Badler
Bok Izio 298 Surname may be Buck; attorney from Chortkov
Bolchover Alter 90, 91, 312  
Bolchover Esther 339 Maiden name was Henig
Bolchover Lipa 90  
Bolchover Lonek 265, 354 Surname also spelled Bolochover
Bolchover Meir 91  
Bolchover Rachel 90  
Bolchover Yosef 339 Also known as “Yuziye”
Bolochover Bunya 348 Maiden name was Goldenberg
Bolochover Claifa 69 Might be Clara Bolchover
Bolochover Genya 348  
Bolochover Moshe 348  
Bolochover Rozia 354 Maiden name was Weintraub
Boykh Yossi 69  
B–R S. 231, 232 Author of “The Municipality – The Community Committee” chapter. The last name is not spelled out in the original Hebrew version of the book.
Braunstein Yechezkel 91  
Briftrigger Alter 56 Exact spelling of surname unknown.
Buck Tonio 298 Attorney from Chortkov; brother of Izio Bok
Budner Moshe 57 Torah chanter
Buzshes Yentel 76  
C
Chayim Meir 405  
Chazan Ozer 51, 59, 221 Cantor
Cohen Ab. 98 Unclear if this is the same person as appears in Column 106
Cohen Abbish 106  
Cohen Chaim–Hirsch 219  
Cohen David 44  
Cohen Devorah 111  
Cohen Mendel 231, 232, 233, 234  
Cohen Molly 105  
Cohen Pinchas Yosef 32 Rabbi
Cohen S. Raphael 50 Physician in Israel; son of Yehuda Cohen
Cohen Yehuda 32, 50, 89, 174, 199 Author of “My Memories and My Life Story” chapter. Yehuda ben Chaim Zvi ben Avraham Moshe ben Alexander ben Yosef ben Yehuda ben Yisrael HaCohen. Column 50 photo caption
Cubert Herman 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Cubert Jacob 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Cubert Joshua 252  
Cubert Moshe 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Cubert Yehudah 253 Leader of Jezierzany Society
D
David Moshe 35  
Dov Yentel 132, 314  
E
Einhorn Hirsch Leib 114 Photo caption
Eisenberg Biddi 251 Secretary of Woman's Union in New York City; given name uncertain
Eisenberg Genya 312  
Eisenberg Israel 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Eisenberg Yaakov 253, 301, 312 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Eisenberg Yekkel 83  
Elazar Yossi 96  
Eliezer Binyamin 41  
Elye Avrom 434 Teacher in Bilcze
Enselberg Gedalya 80 Der Langer; last name is probably Enselberg
Enselberg Nacha 79 Wife of Yisrael Menczel; last name is probably Enselberg
Epstein Mordechai 80, 307, 335 Rabbi
Epstein Shimon 335 Rabbi
F
Fachman Leib 393, 394  
Fachman Rachel 393, 394  
Falber Avrom 432 Slaughterer from Bilcze
Fayershteyn Yantshe 494  
Feffer David 391–392 Grandson of HaRav Yechiel Pfeffer
Feffer Yechiel 422, 427 Rabbi. See cross–reference under Yechiel Pfeffer.
Feibel Yitzchak Avraham 389, 390, 391, 392 From Glovochik
Feingold Moshe 399, 400  
Feivel   43, 131  
Feldshu Abraham 485 Same person as Avrom Feldshuh; see cross–reference
Feldshu Buntsiye 483 Author of “A Deliverance Worse than Death” chapter
Feldshuh Avrom 423, 467, 478, 482  
Feldshuh Ben–Tziyon 478, 479, 481  
Feldshuh Ovadia 423  
Feldshuh Rosia 124  
Feldshuh Salio 353, 354 Spelling of given name unknown
Feldshuh Shabsil 353  
Feldshuh Yosef 112  
Feldshuh Yossel Chaim Eidel 224  
Feldshuh Yossel Yiddel 64, 107  
Feldshuh   43, 425  
Fener   235, 236 A native of PrzemyƓl, son–in–law of Mordechi'li the “Mageriver”; served as an active rabbi
Fenster Ben–Tzion 83, 88, 106, 117, 364 Spelled “Ferster” in Column 106
Fenster Luta 312 Wife of author Tzvi Fenster
Fenster Moshe Chaim 130  
Fenster Zvi 125, 279, 279, 322, 389, 444, 449 Son of Ben–Tzion Fenster. Author of chapters “Four Torah Holidays in Jezierzany,” “As World War II Erupted,” “The Holocaust Chronicle July 1941–April 1955” and “Resistance and Heroism.” Given name also spelled Tzvi.
Fenster   339 Photo caption; the Sternberg (Fenster) family
Filsteiner Chaya 348, 349, 351  
Filsteiner Chaya 351 Her maiden name or mother's maiden name was likely Goldenberg.
Filsteiner Dora 339 Married was Gruser
Filsteiner Peppi 339 Married name was Wagner
Filsteiner Yetti 346, 348 Married name was Gruser
Filstiner Annie 408  
Filstiner Salo 408  
Filstiner Velvel 410 Likely same person as Velvel Filstner
Filstner Velvel 69  
Finger Kopel 470  
Fink Alter 272  
Fink Itzik 109  
Fink Iyta 122 Photo caption
Fink Shlomo 122 Photo caption
Firebird Rachel 351 Surname is likely Feuerberg or something similar. It is unknown whether this is her maiden name or married name. Her original surname or maiden name may have been Seinvels (spelling unknown). Daughters were Chaya Filsteiner and Yetti Gruser.
Fishbach Alter 36  
Fishbach Zusman 36  
Fishel Chaim 106, 109  
Fishel   235, 236  
Flam Yosye 487, 488  
Flam   486  
Fohrlis Shmuel 88, 94, 95, 96 Column 95 photo caption name could be Pohorlis
Folkenflig   485  
Forhlis Bonyo 96 Name may be Pohorlis
Frankel Leah 325  
G
Garfunkel Fishel 271, 272  
Gattessman Binyamin Ze'ev 36  
Gedalya Yellow 190  
Geffner Avraham 275, 276  
Gelbrad Menge 409  
Gerstenblit 315, 364 See footnote 6 in Column 364
Getter Moshe 107, 131, 309 Der Royter
Getzowa   91 Female professor at Hebrew University
Gikkel Devorah 154 Name may be Gittel or Glikkel; mother of Moshe Schulbaum.
Gina Gina 36 Gina may be the given name rather than surname
Glass Nathan 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Glazer Harry 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Glick M. 408  
Gold Minusya 74, 75  
Gold Moshe 74, 75, 106, 107, 111, 174, 235, 236  
Gold Natalia 408  
Goldenberg Avraham 351  
Goldenberg Benny 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Goldenberg Bunya 348 Married name was Bolochover
Goldenberg Charnusia 347  
Goldenberg Eliyahu 235, 236, 245, 246, 263 Author of “The Economic Situation During the First World War” and “Riots on Shabbat Shuva” chapters
Goldenberg Golda 347 Married name was Kubert
Goldenberg Rachel 347  
Goldenberg Tzila 263 Photo caption
Goldenberg Valiye 347, 351  
Goldenberg Wali 245, 246 Father of Eliyahu
Goldhaber M. 270  
Goldshteyn   457 Photo caption
Goldstein Nonio 342 Exact spelling of given name is unknown
Goldstein Shimon 342  
Goldstein   292 Family murdered in Ulashkivtsi
Gomelsky   113 Dr. Gomelsky of Jewish Aid Union of Kiev
Gorser Yisroel Leib 428 From Kazatshine
Gotesman   449  
Gottesman Chaim 351  
Gottesman Leibish 351, 391, 392  
Gottesman Michael 351  
Gottfried Sam 252  
Grosser Beyle 473  
Grosser Ruzya 410  
Grosser Yosl 478 Listed as Grasser by translator. May also be Gruser
Grosser Zelik 478 Listed as Grasser by translator. May also be Gruser
Grosser   255  
Gruser Aharon 346, 348  
Gruser Dora 339 Maiden name was Filsteiner
Gruser Esther 339, 340 Married name was Yegendorf
Gruser Etti 317  
Gruser Gedalia 339  
Gruser Yantziye 346  
Gruser Yetti 346, 348, 351 Her maiden name or mother's maiden name was likely Filsteiner.
Gruser Yosef 134, 136  
Gruser Zelig 133, 134, 135, 136, 302, 317 Photo caption in Column 135
Guttsman Shemsh 219 Rabbi; Velvel's father
H
HaCohen Shabbatai 32 Rabbi
HaCohen Yaakov David 37  
Hechtenthal Golda 355  
Hechtenthal Malka 274  
Hechtenthal Noniye 344  
Hechtenthal Yosef 344  
Held Barnett 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Heler Shlomo 235, 236 Mother's name may have been Chaimes.
Heller Chaim 349  
Heller Genya 442 Photo caption
Heller Shlomo 107  
Heller Tovah 349, 350  
Heller Toybe 442 Photo caption
Heller Yeshayahu HaLevi 24 Rabbi
Heller Yoel 399, 400  
Hendel Mordkhe 405  
Henig Esther 339 Married name was Bolchover
Herman Mondison 342 Exact spelling of given name is unknown
Herschkowitz Shimon 25 Rabbi
Hersheli Zvi 83 Ben–Tzion Fenster's son
Hershen Itzik 457  
Herzl   75, 77  
Herzog Meir 344  
Herzog Schlomo 305, 344 Rabbi, possibly from Borszczow
Hescheles Henry 279 Editor of Chwila newspaper
Hess   302, 309  
Heyman Avrom 409  
Hirschhorn   44  
Hirshhorn   408  
Hitnik Moshe 256  
Holenberg Avraham 352  
Holenberg Chantziye 302, 328, 329, 337  
Holenberg Nechemia 306  
Holenberg Nona 352 Married name was Schechner
Holenberg Otziye 302, 328, 337  
Holenberg   313, 347  
Hollenberg Motel 389, 390 Mother's maiden name may be Krolik
Hornstein Bar 272 Revisionist movement speaker
Horowitz Avraham 318, 319  
Hoyzmanb Alexander 98  
I
Ittess Abba 106  
Ittess Yossel 106  
J
Jabotinsky Ze'ev 270, 272  
K
Kahn Emki 408  
Kalmus Avigdor 486  
Kalmus Lenya 488  
Kalmus Lotte 488  
Kantzelfolt   261  
Kaplan Ya'akov 410  
Katz Naphtali 32 Rabbi
Kenningsberg Yekkel 82 Rabbi
Kenol Hirsh 124 Name may be Kanol
Khayim Yisr'oel 409  
Kimelman Ayge 423  
Kimelman Dortsiye 473  
Kimelman Meir 423, 427 From Lanovtse
Kimelman Moyshe 466, 478, 482, 485  
Kimelman Toybe 414 Photo caption
Kimelman Yosye 464, 473, 475, 476 Same person as Yoysef Kimmelman from Lanowce; see cross–reference
Kimelman Yudziye 466  
Kimelman Zelik 423  
Kimelman   426  
Kimmel Eni 251 President of Woman's Union in New York City; given name uncertain
Kimmel Sam 253 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Kimmel   277  
Kimmelman Yoysef 443 Same person as Yosye Kimelman; see cross–reference
Kimmelman Zelig 192, 486 Column 192 Photo caption; surname also appears as Kimelman
Kimmelman   292 Family murdered in Ulashkivtsi
Kimmelman–Khanin Tsila 455 Listed as Tsila Kimmerlan–Khanin (Hadera); author of “Driven into the Tluste Ghetto After a Pogram” chapter
Kirschner Zayda 253, 322 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Klinger–Schneiderman Ester 394 Appears in author's dream
Klinger–Schneiderman Lunzya 394 Author of “The Pain in the Heart” chapter
Klinger–Schneiderman Mina 394 Appears in author's dream
Klinger–Schneiderman Moshe 394 Appears in author's dream
Koenigsberg Baruch 132, 133, 352  
Koenigsberg Devorah 352  
Koenigsberg Yosef 352  
Kowel Chaim 245/246 Referred to as R'Chaim
Kremer Bernard–Berl 458  
Kubert Avraham Leib 134, 347, 350 Given name recorded as Avr Leib in Column 134
Kubert Chanina 336  
Kubert Frayda 336  
Kubert Golda 347 Maiden name was Goldenberg
Kubert Mordechai 271  
L
Lander   113 Dr. Lander of Jewish Aid Union of Kiev
Lasner Sam 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Lazar Shimon Mencahm 117 Editor of Krakow newspaper
Leah Yisrael Velvel 83  
Leibhart Feywl 427 The name might be Feivel
Leibhart Hersh 427 From Lanovtse, also known as Łanowice
Leinweber Sender 292 From Pilatkowce or Zhilinitz; murdered and may have been buried in Jezierzany.
Leiser Shlomo 86  
Leybhart Fayvish 482, 486  
Leybl   420 Jewish proprietor or leaseholder in region
Likerman Emki 408  
Lindenboym Shua 482  
Lintshitz Malka 339 Married name was Neiman
Lipman   272 Revision movement speaker
Litman Avrom–Yitzchok 432  
Luft Mendeli 90, 91  
M
Mahler   64  
Majberger Avraham 344  
Majberger Mendel 131, 253, 298, 301, 311, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 320, 321, 344 Surname also spelled Mayberger and Meyberger; see cross–reference under Mendel Mayberger
Majberger Otziye 344  
Malbim Wisser 59 Endnote 17: Meir Leibush ben Yehiel Michel Wisser; Rabbi
Margulis   408  
Mastbaum Joel 261 Photo caption
Mayberger Mendel 233, 234, 235, 236, 445, 488 Given name also spelled Mendl. Surname also spelled Majberger, Meyberger, Meiberger; see cross–references.
Mayzl Yankl 468  
Meiberger Mendel 77 See cross–references under Mayberger, Meyberger, Majberger.
Meir Shlomo 40  
Meir   33 Rabbi
Melamed Feivil 130  
Melamed Yehoshua 69 Rabbi
Melmet Yankel 275 Carpenter's apprentice; exact surname unknown
Menczel Yisrael 79 Blind man
Mendel Mendel 58 Reb; It is not clear from the text whether Mendel is the surname or given name so it is included in both columns.
Mer   449, 486, 488  
Metzker Dovid 466 Name might be David
Metzker Yitzhak 423 Author of “Reb Velvele through the Eyes of the Poet of Village Jews” and “A Letter from My Father” chapters
Mintzer Avrom 406, 407  
Mintzer   94, 95  
Moyshe Dovid 433 Rabbi of Czortkow
Mozer First 406  
Mozer Rast 406  
Munis Stepha 389, 390  
Munis   389, 390  
Musler   299 Former mayor of Chortkov
Muster Leib 399, 400  
Muster Z'ev 274  
N
Nachman Moshe 69, 79, 81  
Nachman Motel 79, 80, 81 Given name also appears as Mottel
Nagel   460  
Nagler Berl 457, 458, 468, Column 458 appears twice
Nagler Brayntsiye 464, 469, 472, 474, 478, 481, 482, 485 Given name also spelled Brontsye and Brontsiye
Nagler Esther 482, 485  
Nagler Fayvish 458, 463, 464, 470, 482, 485  
Nagler Itzik Hersh 423, 457 Name also appears as Itzik Hershen
Nagler Meir 423, 457, 458, 464, 467, 469, 470, 485  
Nagler Mendel 117  
Nagler Rivka/Rivtsiye/Rifka 457, 458, 460, 461, 464, 465. 466, 472, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478, 479, 481, 482 Author of “How the Jews of Lanowice were Murdered” chapter. Daughter of Berl Nagler. The Column 457 marker appears twic in the text.
Nagler Sheyndl 458 Maiden name was Kerner
Nagler Yisrael 106  
Nagler   460, 467  
Nakht Yehuda 462, 468, 469, 473  
Natanel I. 272 Revisionist movement speaker. Mother's maiden name may be Rothman
Nayman Ariella 451  
Nayman Aviva 452 Column 452 is followed by 451
Nayman Fruma 444, 449  
Nayman Nusya 448, 452 Given name also appears as Nusia
Nayman Toybe 444, 452  
Nayman Yitzkhok 443, 485 Author of “Annihilation of Jezerziany's Young People” and “Three Survivors out of Seventy” chapters
Neiman Chaim 339  
Neiman Fruma 389, 390, 391, 392 from Glovochik
Neiman Malka 339 Maiden name was Lintshitz
Neiman Meike 339  
Neiman Yakov 389, 390  
Newman Arthur 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Newman Sam 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Nisnas Avraham'chi 89 Exact English spelling unknown
Nusbaum Motek 292 From Pilatkowce or Zhilinitz; murdered and may have been buried in Jezierzany
Nusenboym   451 May also be spelled Nussenbaum
Nussenbaum Aaron 89, 90, 174 Referred to as Aharon Nissenbaum in Column 174
Nussenbaum Hirsh 90  
Nussenbaum Iyta 90  
Nussenbaum Nissan 89, 174 Surname also spelled “Nissenbaum” in Column 174
Nussenbaum Pini 90  
Nussenbaum Yitzchak 90 Hebrew name Yitzchak Ben–Aharon
O
Oyerbach Ruchel 413 Author of “Between Jezierzany and Borszczow” chapter. Name also appears as Ruchl Oyerbach and Rokhi Oyerbakh; see cross–references
Oyerbach Ruchl 427, 464 Name also appears as Rokhi Oyerbakh in column 423 and 464
Oyerbakh Khanina 486 Column 486 precedes 485
Oyerbakh Lusya–Tsirl 464 Photo caption
Oyerbakh Mundik–Meir 464 Photo caption
Oyerbakh Rokhl 423, 464, 493 Name also appears as Ruchl Oyerbach in column 427; Rokhl Oyerbakh in Column 493; Column 464 photo caption
Oyerbakh Ruchel 489 Author of “The Farewell Journey” chapter. See cross–reference with Rokhl Oyerbakh and Ruchel Oyerbach.
Ozer'ke   71 This name refers to a woman and it's implied she is the wife of Rabbi Ozer in Columns 70 and 71
P
Pakhman Leib 82  
Pakhman Mendel 79, 81  
Pakhman Michel 79, 81  
Paper Yechiel 124 Rabbi; probably Rabbi Yechiel Pfeffer (see Pfeffer listing)
Peckelmacher Yankel 55  
Peltz Miriam 440, 444 Maiden name was Bloytol
Peltz Yoysef 444  
Peltz Zusha 436, 444 Author of “How Jezerziany was Destroyed” chapter
Pener Moshe 307, 335 Rabbi
Penster Tzvi 235, 236, 399, 400  
Pfeffer Avraham 60, 61, 62, 63 Shochet; Exact spelling of surname unknown. Surname may be Popper.
Pfeffer Yechiel 60, 61, 62, 63, 103, 107, 235/236, 391–392, 422, 427 Rabbi; exact spelling of surname unknown; photo caption (column 61.) Surname could be Popper; also spelled Peffer, Feffer and Fefer. Given name also spelled Yehichal and Yeheil
Phorilis Minye 344  
Pilstiner Itzi 233, 234 Father of Moshe Schulbaum
Pinchas Alter Feivish 59, 89, 105  
Pladshva Yossel 88  
Pohoriles Anya 443, 473  
Pohoriles Bunye 410  
Pohoriles Hans 443  
Pohoriless Avrom 407 Also known as Buni; see alternate spelling Pohoryles
Pohoriless Esther 407  
Pohoryles Avraham 226 Son of Shmuel
Pohoryles Shmuel 76, 77, 109, 225, 226, 227, 228, 233, 234 , 235, 236, 407, 440 Alternative spellings are Pohuriles, Pohorilsm, Pohoriless, Pohoriles
Pohoryles   255  
Pohorylis Mordechai 270, 272  
Pohuriles Hania 344 Surname also spelled Pohoriles
Pohuriles Hans 344, 474  
Pohuriles–Gruser   128 Name may be Grosser
Poldshova Salo 76 The most accurate English translation is unknown.
Poldshova Shabsi'l 76 The most accurate English translation is unknown.
Poskim   59  
Prefer Yoshie 77 Most accurate English translation unknown. Possible alternatives: Popper, Presser
R
Rapeh Michael 344 Surname is also spelled Rofeh; given name also spelled Motel in Column 277. See cross–reference for Rofeh.
Ratheiser Chaya 71 The most accurate English translation is unknown.
Raynshteyn Leyzer 445, 488 Given name also appears as Eliezer.
Reich Hersh 426  
Reich Leib–Ayze 425, 426, 427  
Reich Leon 98  
Reinstein Charlie 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Reinstein Eliezer 354  
Reinstein Herzl 391, 392  
Reinstein Hirsch 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Reinstein Lotti 354 Maiden name was Wasserman
Reinstein Milia 391–392  
Reinstein Musia 391–392 Maiden name was Yugendorf
Reinstein Sam 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Reiser Yaakov 37  
Richter Nachman 222, 223  
Ringel Michael 98  
Ringel   64  
Rofeh Motel 277 Surname appears as Rapeh in necrology
Rogtnik Avrahm 130 Exact name unknown
Roman Moses 201, 212, 228, 230 Ronetti Roman's pseudonym for Hebrew writings
Roman Ronetti 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 217, 218, 228 Name/identity assumed by Aron Blumenfeld
Rosenberg Janusz 389, 390 Given name also spelled Yakov
Rosenberg Maurycy 389, 390  
Rosenfeld   64 Rabbi
Rosenstock   315, 364 See footnote 6 in Column 364
Rost Marcus Moser 75, 76, 318 Photo caption
Roszanuwka   457 Farm owner, may or may not be Jewish
Roth Gershon Wolf 347  
Roth Izzy 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Rozenblat Frumtsiye 471  
Rozenblat Kalmen 466  
Rozenblat   468, 471, 474  
Rozowski   464 Person may or may not be Jewish
Rubinstein Sender 316 Also referred to as “Der Kashferavitser Melamed”
S
Sadigerer Berrel 32, 33 Exact English spelling unknown; Rabbi/Teacher
Salz Abraham 65, 66  
Salzman Avraham 277  
Salzman   255  
Saniyes Yisrael 69  
Schachner Yehudah 399, 400  
Schechner Clarice 352, 353  
Schechner Nona 352 Maiden name was Holenberg
Schechner Shmuel 352  
Schechter Eliezer 349  
Schechter Harry 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Schechter Hershel 292 From Pilatkowce or Zhilinitz; murdered and may have been buried in Jezierzany.
Schechter Kalman 351  
Schechter Velvel 351 Shochet
Schechter Yisrael 349  
Schechter Yitzhak 349  
Schechter   292 Family murdered in Ulashkivtsi
Scheer Hershe 302  
Schindler Aharon 124  
Schindler Sarah 345  
Schissler Chaim–Wolf 277  
Schissler Henye 354  
Schissler Lola 354  
Schissler Mendel 253, 354 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Schissler Mendel 354 Photo caption of Schissler family
Schissler Moshe 243, 244, 245, 246, 348 Name appears as “R'Moshe Schissler.” Mahaler or Mahler may be his mother's maiden name.
Schissler Rozia 354  
Schissler Yosef 277  
Schissler   255, 326 Column 326 is photo caption
Schreiber Leibeli 223  
Schulbaum David 156 Son of Moshe Schulbaum
Schulbaum Ethel 178, 179, 182 Daughter of Moshe Schulbaum
Schulbaum Malka (Emalia) 156, 178 Third wife of Moshe Schulbaum
Schulbaum Mordechai 344  
Schulbaum Moshe 27, 35, 38, 39, 40, 83, 89, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 197, 200, 201, 206, 218 Surname also spelled Shulbaum or Szulbaum. Column 137 includes photo caption.
Schulbaum Motteli 265  
Schulbaum Reuven 156 Son of Moshe Schulbaum
Schulbaum Yeshayahu 154 Father of Moshe Schulbaum
Schulman Chananya 63  
Schulman Kalman 63  
Schulman Shmuel 64  
Schultz   261  
Schwartz Kalman 393, 394  
Schwartz Moshe Aharon 407  
Schwartz Zusya 83, 352, 407 Given name spelled Zusia in Column 352
Schwartzapple Neche 336 Married name was Wagner
Schwartzapple Shmuel 348  
Segal Chana 65  
Segal Yocheved 65  
Seidman Yekel 272  
Seidmann Avraham 271, 272, 343  
Seidmann Meir 343 Meir may have been from a town that sounds like Zhelia.
Sender   131  
Shalom Shimon 78  
Shapira Elazar 221, 222, 224 , 233/234. 235, 236 Rabbi, also spelled R'Eliezr Shpira
Sharf Shmuel 107  
Shekhter Moyshe 485, 486, 487  
Shekhter Yente 453  
Shekhter   445  
Shifman Ben–Tzion 77, 88, 174  
Shifman Berrel 77  
Shifman Piniye 466  
Shifman Shimson 466  
Shimshon B. 225 Author of “The First Zionist of Jezierzany” chapter
Shindler Avraham 113  
Shindler David 239, 240 Photo caption
Shindler Shlomo 83  
Shisler Mendl 441  
Shisler Meshulam 79  
Shmetterling H. 36, 37  
Shochat Israel 406  
Shochat Oyzer 406  
Shore   Maiden name of Dr. Gerstenbli's wife; from Chortkov. See note 6, column 364.
Shoyfman   410  
Shoykhet Froyke 432 Slaughterer from Bilcze. Shoykhet is the Yiddish pronunciation of Hebrew word for slaughterer.
Shperling Mishke 466 Name may be Sperling
Shperling   423 Name may be Sperling
Shpis   423  
Shteininggs   69  
Shtekil   54 Doctor
Shternshus Moshe 83 Accurate English translation unknown
Shtokman   408  
Shulbaum David 38, 178  
Shulbaum Moshe   See surname Schulbaum for column references
Shulbaum Reuven 38, 178  
Shulboym Dudileh 445  
Shulman Alter 53  
Shuster Yidel 277  
Shvartzbakh Avrom 485, 487  
Shvartzbakh Hersh 487  
Shvartzbakh Lotte 487, 488  
Snyderman Netta 271  
Snyderman Rafael 269 Author of “Hatzohar and Beitar in Our Town” chapter
Snyderman   326 Photo caption
Sommerman   292 Family murdered in Ulashkivtsi
Sperling Aharon 124  
Sperling Binyamin 325  
Sperling Hirsh 124  
Sperling Moshe 106  
Sperling Simcha 332  
Sperling Yaakov 124  
Stand Adolf 64  
Stein Nathan 253 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Stein Shmuel 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Steinig Baila 320  
Steinig David 320  
Steinig Marzia 393, 394  
Steinig Mondzia 393, 394  
Steinig Moshe 320  
Steinig Sali 393, 394  
Steinig Yitzchak 393, 394  
Steinig Yosef 253  
Steinig Yossel 253 Chair, Gemilat Chesed Charity Fund
Steining Abba 112, 235, 236, 253 Alternative surname spelled Steinig
Steining Avraham 29 Photo caption
Steining Tzilah 29 Photo caption
Steining Yosef 128  
Stempler Avaham Cohen 230 Name appears in footnote 2
Sternberg Ben–Zion 351  
Sternberg Brantziye 351  
Sternberg Hillel 294 Surname appears as Auberlander–Sternberg; from the Sternberg clan in Chortkov
Sternberg Mendel 277, 332 Possibly the same person as Morris Sternberg (column 254), leader of Jezierzany Society in the United States. Name also appears as “Yossi–Mendel Sternberg.”
Sternberg Morris L 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society. Possibly the same person as Mendel Sternberg (columns 277, 332). Name also appears as “Yossi–Mendel Sternberg”
Sternberg Rozia 351  
Sternberg 326, 339 Photo caption
Sternshus Moshe 57, 127 Artist of drawing, “The Gabbai, Mendel Der Langer” and also the sketch in Column 127
Stop Itzy 363 Mother's maiden name may be Glickles, spelling unknown
Straucher Benno 64  
T
Teneblat Avrom 406  
Teneblat Ethel 406  
Teneblat Mordkhe Antshel 406, 408  
Tenenbaum   277  
Tenenblat M.A. 444  
Tenenblatt Anshel 418 Author of “The Books of a Jezierzany Grain Merchant” chapter (accounting ledger)
Tenenblatt Chana 405  
Tenenblatt Leyzer 405 Author of “a Bundle of Memories” chapter
Tenenblatt Yeshayahu 315 , 316, 405  
Tenenblatt Yisr'ael 407, 409, 410 Given name also spelled Yisro'el
Tenenblatt   255 Likely an alternate spelling for Tenneblat
Tenneblat Avraham 73  
Tenneblat Chaya 73  
Tenneblat M.A. 67, 117, 137, 146, 197, 444 Author of “Memories, Figures, and Impressions from an Extinct Way of Life,” “Moshe Schulbaum: Researcher, Linguist, and Educator” and the “Ronetti Roman aka Aron Blumenfeld” chapters. Probably the author of “Aron Blumenfeld–Roman's Hebrew Style” chapter. Surname also spelled “Tennenblat” in Columns 117 and 197, and Tenenblat in Column 444
Tipper Avraho Leib 233, 234  
Trembolski Shlomo 275 Author of “Peretz Fareyn” chapter
Tzanzir Chaim'll 73  
Tziganir Mordechai 83, 84, 106 In Column 106, name appears as Tziganner.
U
Unslikh   65 Exact English spelling unknown
V
Valakh Minya 448, 456 Column 448 photo caption
Valakh Mordkhe 448, 456 Column 448 photo caption
Vayntroyb Bluma 451, 455 Author of “the Inhumanity of the Pilatkewice Peasants” chapter. Referred to as Blumtche in Column 455
Vayntroyb Chana 456 Column 456 precedes 455
Vayntroyb Sholem 458  
Vayntroyb–Pohoriles 440 Photo caption
Vayzinger Yoysef 432, 434 Also referred to as Yosele; teacher in Bilcze
Velveli   24, 27, 36, 37, 59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 70, 73, 75, 76, 77, 79, 82, 83, 103, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 190, 191, 195, 197, 198, 219, 220, 221, 223 , 233/234, 422, 431 Alternative spelling is Velvel
Velveli   90 This doesn't appear to be Rabbi Velveli. It is not clear whether Velveli is the surname or given name for this boy.
Vepsi   55 Doctor (dentist?)
Volach Zalman 90, 91  
W
Wachstein Meir 253 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Wagner David 343, 395 Listed as father of Yeshaya Wagner, son of David “Bialik”
Wagner Meir 339  
Wagner Neche 336 Maiden name was Schwartzapple
Wagner Peppi 339 Maiden name was Filsteiner
Wagner Shalom 339  
Wagner Yankel 351 Given name also appears as Ya'akov; mother's maiden name Saliye
Wagner Yecht 113  
Wagner Yeshaya 343 Given name also appears as “Yeshayahu” in Columns 271, 272.
Wagner Yeshayahu 271, 272, 395  
Wagner Yona 336  
Wagshel Elimelech 395  
Wagshel Yitzchak 395  
Waldman Eliezer 331 From neighboring Shersheniovtse
Waldman Leibish 332  
Waldman Schneor 331 Doctor from Borszczow
Waldman   261  
Wallach Mordechai 274  
Wallach Moshe 257  
Wasserman Fruma 408  
Wasserman Leibish 272 Visitor from Chortkiv; advocate of Revisionist Zionism
Wasserman Lotti 354 Married name was Reinstein
Weidberg Joe 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Weinberg Dov 278  
Weinstein Heiman 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Weinstock Hyman 254 Leader of Jezierzany Society
Weintraub Banyo 393, 394  
Weintraub David 265, 344 In Column 344, referred to as “David (Dovtziye”), son of Monik Weintraub
Weintraub Monik 343, 344  
Weisbrod Chana 355  
Weisbrod Leib 361  
Weisbrot Andzil 239, 240  
Weisbrot Zusie 239, 240  
Weisinger Aharon 361  
Weissbrod Baruch Leib 277  
Weissbrod Shlomo 124  
Weissglass   259  
Werber Fischel 262  
Wolf Leiser 105  
Y
Yagolnitzer Michael 393, 394  
Yegendorf Esther 339, 340 Maiden name was Gruser
Yegendorf Max 339  
Yehoshua   71, 83 Referred to as R'Yehoshua
Yodel   77  
Yudel Itchi 82, 91 Rabbi
Yugendorf Maskela 391, 393  
Z
Zalman Shlomo 106  
Zaltsmn Avrom 410  
Zaltsmn Maltsye 410  
Zaydman Leybish 411  
Zeidman Chaim 23, 28, 51, 83, 90, 91, 219 Author of “My Town, Ozeryany” and “Figures and Personalities” chapters; photo caption; Chaim's parents' tombstones. He may also have written the chapter, “Ozeryany in America.”
Zeidman Esther Gittel 63 nee Schulman
Zeidman Fively 90 Rabbi
Zeidman Leiser 106 Name may be Seidman
Zeidman M.P. 95, 96  
Zeidman Michel 107  
Zeidman Mordechai 27, 32, 41, 43, 62, 64, 174, 219, 233, 234 Rabbi
Zeidman Yechiel Michel 63 Likely the daughter of Chana based on the translation
Zeidman Yehudah 106, 233, 234 Name could be Seidman
Zeigger Avraham 252, 253, 254 Cantor. Surname is uncertain. It could also be Zinger, Zeigger, Zeiggler or something else.
Zelig Moshe 71, 83, 96, 103, 107, 130, 223, 224, 405 In column 71 and 405, name appears as Moshe Zelig; in Column 83, as Shmuel–Moshe Zelig (Badler); in Column 96, as Moshe Shmuel Zelig, the father of Avraham Badler. Photo caption in Column 103 refers to Shmuel Mosher Zelig. In Column 130, referred to as Moshe Shmuel Bedler; in Column 223, Shmuel Moshe–Zelig's Bedler
Zinger Avraham 254 Spelling of surname is uncertain. It could be the same person as Cantor Avraham Zeigger mentioned in Column 252.
Z–N Chaim 247 Author of “Ozeryany in America” chapter. It is possible that this man was Chaim Zeidman who authored another chapter of this book.
Zweiback Akivah 391, 392  

 

Surname Unknown

Surname Given Name Column(s) Comments
Surname unknown Amalia 45 Yehuda Cohen's daughter.
Surname unknown Aros 395, 396 Appears in author's dream
Surname unknown Avraham 292 From Pilatkowce or Zhilinitz; murdered and may have been buried in Jezierzany.
Surname unknown Avraham 77 Brother of Rabbi Yoshie Prefer. Most accurate English translation is unknown. Possible alternatives: Popper, Presser
Surname unknown Avraham 84, 86, 109, 130, 131 This could be the same person as Avraham Pfeffer, Shochet.
Surname unknown Avraham David 77, 87 Referred to as “Noz” in Column 77.
Surname unknown Baruch ben Moshe 407 Photo caption
Surname unknown Binyamin 77 Der Royter
Surname unknown Blumele 193  
Surname unknown Borukh 425 Great grandfather of Mekhl Blank
Surname unknown Bunem 187, 190  
Surname unknown Chaim Eliazer 79, 81 Grandson of Velveli.
Surname unknown Chaim–Moyshe 190 Might be the same person as Moyshe in column 186
Surname unknown Chana 71 R'Yehoshua's wife
Surname unknown Devorah 32 bat Moshe ben Mordechai ben Yehuda Dov Zeidman
Surname unknown Ditka 312 Daughter of Tzvi Fenster; she changed her name to Esther after the war
Surname unknown Elazar 75, 103, 107, 109 Rabbi. In Column 75, referred to as son–in–law of Rabbi Velveli. In Column 107, referred to as grandson–in–law. Name also spelled Eliazar.
Surname unknown Eli 405  
Surname unknown Eliazar 75, 103,107, 109 In Column 75, referred to as son–in–law of Rabbi Velvel. Name also spelled Elazar. In Column 107, referred to as a rabbi and grandson–in–law of Velveli.
Surname unknown Eliezer 427  
Surname unknown Esther Rivkah 49 Yehuda Cohen's cousin
Surname unknown Feftsya 443 Daughter of Yoysef Kimmelman; married name is unknown. Given name also appears as Peptsiye; see cross–reference
Surname unknown Gelvand 69  
Surname unknown Henech 405  
Surname unknown Henzil 57 Torah chanter
Surname unknown Isaac 84  
Surname unknown Josef 425  
Surname unknown Khainikhe 496  
Surname unknown Kreindel 71, 72 Moshe Zelig Badler's wife
Surname unknown Lei 219 Lei (or Leah)
Surname unknown Leib 186, 187, 190, 191, 193, 194, 196, 197, 198  
Surname unknown Leiser 69, 79, 81 Dem Shochet
Surname unknown Leiser 96  
Surname unknown Lipe 405  
Surname unknown Luft 130 Loft? Exact name unknown
Surname unknown Luna 312 Sister–in–law of Tzvi Fenster
Surname unknown Lyta 71 Nachman's wife
Surname unknown Manya 473 Daughter of Yehuda Nakht
Surname unknown Markom 395, 396 Appears in author's dream
Surname unknown Mekhl 425  
Surname unknown Menachem A. 245, 246 Grandson of R'Chaim Kowel
Surname unknown Mendel 105  
Surname unknown Mendel 466, 471, 474  
Surname unknown Mendle 405  
Surname unknown Menileh 130 Exact name unknown
Surname unknown Milo 395, 396 Appears in author's dream
Surname unknown Mordechai 61 Rabbi
Surname unknown Mordechi'li 235, 236 Son of “Mageriver”; served as judge
Surname unknown Moshe 84 Der Royter
Surname unknown Moshe 109 Der Langer
Surname unknown Moshe–Aharon 69  
Surname unknown Moshe–Velvel 292 From Pilatkowce or Zhilinitz; murdered and may have been buried in Jezierzany
Surname unknown Moyshe 186 This might be the same person as Chaim–Moyshe in column 190.
Surname unknown Moyshe–Dovid 461  
Surname unknown Mundek 473 Son of Peptsiye /Feftsya (daughter of Yoysef Kimmelman from Lanowice)
Surname unknown Nacha 79 Wife of Yisrael (blind scholar)
Surname unknown Nachman 71  
Surname unknown Nekhe 186 Lanowice tavern–keeper; Leib's mother
Surname unknown Noteh 186, 187  
Surname unknown Nusia 395, 396 Appears in author's dream
Surname unknown Ozer 79, 80 Dem Shochet
Surname unknown Ozer 70, 71, 86 Rabbi
Surname unknown Peptsiye 473 Daughter of Yoysef Kimmelman; married name is unknown. Given name also appears as Feftsya; see cross–reference
Surname unknown Perl 461, 469, 472, 474  
Surname unknown Perli 89 Wife of Aaron Nussenbaum
Surname unknown Rachel 45 Yehuda Cohen's daughter
Surname unknown Reb Elye 196  
Surname unknown Rebekah 84  
Surname unknown Riva 189, 191, 193, 194, 197  
Surname unknown Royze 186, 187 Nekhe's daughter
Surname unknown Ruvn 464 Grandson of Meir Nagler; son of Brayntsiye
Surname unknown Sarahleh 187  
Surname unknown Schmuel Abba 105 Also referred to as “Shay'ke Avraham”
Surname unknown Shayke Avraham 125, 126, 127 Also referred to as “Shay'ke Avraham”
Surname unknown Sheyndl 482  
Surname unknown Shimon Raphael 47 Yehuda Cohen's son
Surname unknown Sosye 466  
Surname unknown Tzvi 273 Brother of Rafael Snyderman
Surname unknown Tzvi M. 245, 246  
Surname unknown Velvl 472  
Surname unknown Yakov 395, 396 Appears in author's dream
Surname unknown Yankele 197 Also spelled Yanki
Surname unknown Yankl 433 Teacher in Bilcze; known as Reb Yankl the Red
Surname unknown Yehuda 461 May be the same person as Yehuda Nakht
Surname unknown Yente 107 Wife of Moshe Getter
Surname unknown Yeshaya'ke Avraham 107, 109 Rabbi Eleazar's servant
Surname unknown Yeshayhu 94 Possibly Yeshayahu Berman mentioned in column 90
Surname unknown Yisrael 59, 80, 86, 91 Shochet
Surname unknown Yisrael 64 Son of Chortkiv rebbe
Surname unknown Yisrael 56 Baal Shem
Surname unknown Yisrael 79 Blind scholar; husband of Nacha
Surname unknown Yisrael 82 Der Blinder
Surname unknown Yisroel 61 Rabbi
Surname unknown Yochanan 78, 84 Butcher
Surname unknown Zivno 395, 396 Appears in author's dream

 

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