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Memorial Dedications (cont.)

For These We Weep

Rashi Fruchter the daughter of Meshulam

Yaakov Fruchter the son of Meshulam,
his wife Yenta the son of Meir Frenkel

His sister Itzi the son of Meir Frenkel, and their children

Perpetuated by Moshe Fruchter of the USA


Their Memory Will Not Depart From Us

The family of Reb Shmuel Wirt of Rozniatow, who was murdered in the Dolina Ghetto by the Nazis may their names be blotted out on the 17th of Elul 5702 (1942)

The father of the family Reb Shmuel, his wife Frieda and their descendents

Mamchia married to Reb Yosef Shimon Stern

Yosef Shimon Stern

and their children:
Bracha and her husband Zeida and 5 children
Yechezkel and his wife Leah and 2 children
David and his wife Gittel and 2 children
Sushia and her husband Yitzchak Bauer and 2 children
Mordechai and his wife Pnina and 2 children
Reizl and her husband Yehuda
Esther and Yaakov

Sara Rivka married to Reb Binyamin Spiegel
And their children:
Mordechai and his wife Rachel and 5 children
Shlomo and his wife Sheindel and 2 children
Chava and her husband Shmuel Leib and their children Belchia and Eliezer


Feiga Leah married to Reb Kalman Halperin
Their children: Gitele, her husband and 2 children
Weizer and 2 children
Chana and her husband
Her children Yaakov and Yitzchak
Yisrael Wirt, his wife Malka and their 5 children

Tila married to Reb Avraham Tzvi Zauerberg, and their children: Chana, Yossi and Pinchas
Malka married to Reb Yisrael Kornbluet and their 5 children
Finkel married to Reb Berish Weiss and their children Reizel and Yaakov
Ronchia married to Reb Ben-Zion Strassfeld, and their children Yaakov and Chana

Kalman Halperin

In eternal memory

All of them were Hassidim and people of good deeds, involved in charitable deeds at all times. Their homes were wide open. They were a wide branched family. They were murdered by the enemy through all sorts of strange deaths.

Weeping bitterly over the great loss
The only grandchild, the brand plucked from the file:
Miriam the daughter of Avraham Tzvi and Tila Zauerberg
And her husband Yehuda Zauerberg Har-Zohar
Chibat Zion, Israel

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