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Isabella Tcherniak (1894 - c.1942)

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Mendel Tcherniak (1879 - c.1942)

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Hannah Rudnitzki (1916 - c.1942)

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Sheva Tennenbaum (1875 - c.1942)

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Gedalia Rozenzveig (1902 - 1942)

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Haim Eli Tennenbaum (1903 - 1976)

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Sara Rozenzveig (c.1908 - 1942)

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Sonia Pitkowsky (b. - 1942)

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Moses Pitkowsky (1908 - 1942)

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Lusia Feldman (b. - 1942)

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Chinka Feldman (b. - 1942)

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Akiva Pitkowsky (b. - 1942)

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Rebecca (Rivka) Pitkowsky (b. - 1942)

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Chaje Pitkowsky (1884 - 1942)

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Jacob Pitkowsky (1884 - 1942)

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Schprintze Pitluk (b. - 1942)

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Solomon (Scholem) Pitluk (b. - 1942)

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Rivke Pitluk (b. - 1942)

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Fania Pitkowsky (b. - 1942)

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Fania Pitkowsky (b. - 1942)

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Lima Pitkowsky (1902 - 1942)

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Sarah Kantorowitz (b. - 1943)

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Josef Kantorowitz (b. - 1943)

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Lipa Kantorowitz (b. - 1943)

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Bella Kantorowitz (c.1901 - 1943)

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Samuel Pitkowsky (b. - 1943)

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Lily Pitkowsky (b. - 1943)

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Ida Pitkowsky (b. - 1943)

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Esther Pitkowsky (b. - 1943)

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Rishe Pitkowsky (b. - 1942)

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Isaac Aryey Pitkowsky (c.1879 - 1942)

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Elias Luboszitz (deceased)

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Barney Luboszitz (deceased)

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Henia (Genia) Luboszitz (deceased)

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Jacob Luboszitz (deceased)

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Feigel Lantzewitsky (1884 - 1942)

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Joseph Lantzewitsky (1882 - 1942)

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Rywka Gogol (Shilonchik) - (b. - 1942)

Rywka (Rebbeca) Shilontchik was born in Rozhan, Poland to a Jewish Orthodox family. Her family owned and operated an inn. Fisczel Gogol and his father stayed there on a business trip, where he met Rywk...

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Ficzel Matityahu Gogol - (c.1887 - 1942)

Ficzel Gogol was born in Ciechanów, Poland to a Jewish Orthodox family. His family were lumber/timber traders. He was in the business as well, and in one of his business trips with his father, p...

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Chaya Ester Bursztyn (Blum) / חיה אסתר בורשטין (c.1868 - 1942)

Chaya Ester, her husband Avraham Baruch Bursztyn and 8 of her 9 children and spouses, and many of her grandchildren were murdered by the Nazis and their Polish-Belarus collaborators in 1941 or 1942 in ...

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Avrom-Boruch Bursztyn אברהם ברוך בורשטין הי״ד (1865 - c.1942)

Avraham Baruch (1865-1941) son or Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchak, was one of 11 brothers and sisters. He began his studied in his hometown Ostrow-Mazowiecka, and then moved to more advanced studies in Warszawa....

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Bursztyn son #2 Bursztyn (c.1929 - c.1942)

Benjamin Bursztyn, his wife Roza and their entire family (unknown no of children) were murdered by the Nazis and their Belarus collaborators in the 2nd mass-murder of the Jews in Slonim, Belarus, in 19...

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Mrs. Moshe Bursztyn (b. - c.1942)

Moshe Bursztyn, his wife and their entire family (unknown no of children) were murdered by the Nazis and their Belarus collaborators in the 2nd mass-murder of the Jews in Slonim, Belarus, in 1942, in t...

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Moshe Bursztyn / (c.1893 - c.1942)

Moshe Bursztyn, his wife and their entire family (unknown no of children) were murdered by the Nazis and their Belarus collaborators in the 2nd mass-murder of the Jews in Slonim, Belarus, in 1942, in t...

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Rachel Luba Bursztyn (c.1939 - c.1942)

Yechiel (Jechiel, Chil) Bursztyn, his wife Rivka Leah (Gottlieb( and their 3 children - including Rachel Luba Bursztyn - were murdered by the Nazis and their Belarus collaborators in the 2nd mass-murde...

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Moshe Bursztyn (c.1936 - c.1942)

Yechiel (Jechiel, Chil) Bursztyn, his wife Rivka Leah (Gottlieb) and their 3 children - including Moshe Bursztyn - were murdered by the Nazis and their Belarus collaborators in the 2nd mass-murder of t...

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Yitzhak Bursztyn (1924 - c.1942)

Yechiel (Jechiel, Chil) Bursztyn, his wife Rivka Leah (Gottlieb) and their 3 children - including Yitzhak Bursztyn - were murdered by the Nazis and their Belarus collaborators in the 2nd mass-murder of...

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Yechiel Bursztyn / (1896 - c.1942)

Yechiel (Jechiel, Chil) Bursztyn, his wife and their 3 children were murdered by the Nazis and their Belarus collaborators in the 2nd mass-murder of the Jews in Slonim, Belarus, in 1942, in the Holocau...

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Rivka Leah Bursztyn (Gottlieb) / (c.1901 - c.1942)

Yechiel (Jechiel, Chil) Bursztyn, his wife Rivka Leah (Gottlieb) and their 3 children were murdered by the Nazis and their Belarus collaborators in the 2nd mass-murder of the Jews in Slonim, Belarus, i...

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daughter Israel Bursztyn (b. - c.1942)

The family lived in Pultusk, Poland before the war. We know of one daughter, but the total no of children is unknown. The entire family was murdered by the Nazis in Pultusk, Poland or in Slonim, Bela...

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Israel Bursztyn / (c.1899 - c.1942)

Israel Bursztyn and his wife and their children lived in Pultusk, Poland before the war. We know of one daughter, but the total no of children is unknown. The family was murdered by the Nazis in Pult...

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Mrs. Israel Bursztyn (b. - c.1942)

Mrs. Israel Bursztyn, her husband and their children lived in Pultusk, Poland before the war. We know of one daughter, but the total no of children is unknown. The entire family was murdered by the N...

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Simcha Bursztyn / (c.1903 - 1942)

Simcha Bursztyn was treasurer of the "Gmilut Hasadim" in Rozan. In 1939 he started the process of "Aliya" (immigration) to Palestine, but did not make it by the time the Germans invaded Poland. Simch...

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Shlomo Albeck (b. - c.1942)

Shlomo Albeck, his wife Dvorah (Bursztyn) and their entire family (the total no of their children is unknown) were murdered by the Nazis and their Belarus collaborators in the 2nd mass-murder of the Je...

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Dvorah Albeck (Bursztyn) / (c.1907 - c.1942)

Co-founder of "Brurya" a women youth group of "Hamizrachi" in Rozhan. Intended to immigrate to Palestine, but did not make it. Dvorah, her husband and their entire family (the total no of their child...

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Chaya Kotler (deceased)

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Zvi Hirshl Melzer (c.1865 - 1942)

Melzer Zwi Zwi Melzer was born in Wisznewe in 1877. He was a ritual slaughterer and married to Alte. Prior to WWII he lived in Wisznewe, Poland. During the war he was in Wisznewe, Ghetto. Zwi per...

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Feigel Melzer Kotler (c.1900 - 1942)

Kottler Feiga Feiga Kottler nee Meltzer was born in Wisznewe in 1900 to Tzvi and Alte. She was a housewife and married to Moshe Aharon. Prior to WWII she lived in Wisznewe, Poland. During the war...

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Isar Kotler (1930 - 1942)

Kotler Moshe Moshe Kotler was born in Wiszniew in 1930 to Aharon and Feigel. He was a child. Prior to WWII he lived in Wiszniew, Poland. Moshe perished in 1942 in Wiszniew, Ghetto at the age of 1...

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Miriam Kotler (c.1923 - 1942)

12Miriam Cutler    12thAttach image or documentAbstract: Miriam Cutler was born in Wisznievo in Poland in 1925. Prior to WWII she lived in Wisznievo in Poland . During the w...

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Moshe Aharon Kotler (c.1900 - 1942)

12Moshe Kotler      12thAttach image or documentAbstract: Moshe Kotler was born in Wiszniew in Poland . He was married Fayge to Seltzer . Prior to WWII he live...

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Leah Kotler (c.1926 - 1942)

Kotler Lea Lea Kotler was born in Wiszniowa in 1928. Prior to WWII she lived in Wiszniowa, Poland. Lea perished in 1942 in Wiszniowa, Poland at the age of 14. This information is based on a Page ...

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Moshe Bohr (c.1896 - c.1944)

Bor Moische Moische Bor was born in Riga in 1896 to Hertzel and Reizl. He was a merchant and married to Feiga nee Rudnitz. Prior to WWII he lived in Wisznewe, Poland. During the war he was in Wis...

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