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Asser Bacola (1930 - c.1944)

Stella Bacola (Dostis) (1905 - 1978)

Bimbo Bacola (deceased)

Dina Bacola (1937 - 1944)

Dinoula Bacola (Colchamiro) (1878 - 1922)

[from KKJSM site:] Dinoula [Dinah] was born in 1874 in Ioannina. She was the only child of Jesoula and Rachel not to immigrate to the New World. She married Ezra Bakola and died in 1922 after giving ...

Efthimia Eliezer (Bacola) (1914 - 1944)

Efthimia Bacola (1908 - 1944)

Esther Bacola (Paratou) (1901 - 1944)

Esther Bacola (Koen) (b. - c.1943)

Ezra Bacola (1924 - c.1944)

Ezra Bacola (1871 - 1944)

[from a book by JH & JK:] Ezra Bacola was born in Egypt around 1877 and as a teenager moved to Janina Greece where he was taken in by the COLCHAMIRO FAMILY. Here he met Dinah COLCHAMIRO and they were...

Edward Bacola (1922 - 1986)

Ezra Bacola (1930 - 1944)

Ezra Bacola (1933 - 1944)

Haim Bacola (1902 - 1944)

Haim Bacola (1898 - 1967)

Ilias Bacola (1928 - c.1944)

Infant Bacola (1944 - 1944)

Leon Bacola (1917 - c.1944)

Louisa Bacola (1890 - d.)

Malkoula Bacola (Mizan) (b. - 1944)

Max Bacola (1898 - 1979)

Written by his daughter Lenora: Max (Menachem) Bacola was born on September 13, 1898. Due to an error on the part of the person deliveriing him, caustic drops were placed in his eye, resulting in 90%...

Menachem Bacola (1926 - c.1944)

Menahem Bacola (deceased)

Mordechai Bacola (c.1853 - d.)

Nissim Bacola (1906 - 1945)

[JBA:] There is conflicting information about Nissim. Jacqueline's book says that he married Esther Koen and had one son Ezra, born in 1933. It also says that Esther died in 1943, before the Holocaus...

Rachel Lagaris (Bacola) (1912 - 1944)

[from a book by JH & JK:] Rachel Bacola was a very beautiful child. She was the first Jew ever in Janina to win a Baby Beauty Contest. She married Sam Lagaris and had one child. All three were killed...

Reveka Bacola (Eliasof) (1916 - 1944)

Sarah Bacola (deceased)

Sarah Bacola (Shapiro) (1902 - 1986)

Simantov Bacola (1845 - 1926)

Solomon (Nissim) Bacola (1938 - 1944)

Yessoula Bacola (1900 - 1944)