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Anna Broniatowska (1929 - 1942)

Balbina Bluma Broniatowska (Bronatowski) (1854 - d.)

Blima Broniatowska (Lochaczewska) (1850 - 1918)

Bluma Broniatowska (1926 - 1942)

Brandla Poznanska (Broniatowska) (1868 - d.)

Bronislawa Broniatowska (1883 - d.)

Carola Broniatowska (1898 - 1942)

Chaja Broniatowska (Russ) (1850 - 1904)

Chana Broniatowska (1925 - d.)

Cwieta Broniatowska (Szwarc) (1913 - 1942)

Cypa Broniatowska (Blat) (1875 - 1939)

Cyrla Goldsztein (Broniatowska) (1843 - d.)

Dwora Broniatowska (Lwow) (1833 - d.)

Eleonora Welinska (Broniatowska) (1882 - d.)

Elfriede Broniatowska (Wiener) (1881 - 1952)

Ester Cochman (Broniatowska) (1899 - d.)

Malka Broniatowska (1901 - 1942)

Estera Laja Broniatowska (1915 - d.)

Estera Lili Broniatowska (Krol) (1899 - 1933)

Estera Broniatowska (1911 - d.)

Esther Broniatowska (1806 - 1832)

Fajga Broniatowska (1909 - 1920)

Fajgla Broniatowska (Sztul) (1870 - d.)

Fannie Besser (Broniatowska) (1895 - 1980)

Faygla Broniatowska (Weltman) (1820 - 1896)

Frances Broones (Rozensztejn) (1878 - 1940)

Frymeta Broniatowska (1859 - d.)

Frymeta Broniatowska (Liberman) (1884 - c.1942)

Genendla Broniatowska (1907 - d.)

Genia Goldminc (Broniatowska) (1901 - c.1943)

Genia Broniatowska (Ganronska) (1886 - 1942)

Gertrude Schwartz (Broniatowska) (1903 - 1962)

Gitla Hendla Broniatowska (HENIG) (1838 - 1889)

Gitta Broniatowska (Glicksman) (1872 - c.1943)

Gnendla Broniatowska (Wajnsztajn) (1845 - 1896)

Golda Broniatowska (Bugajska) (1882 - d.)

Helena Broniatowska (Kaminska) (1854 - 1940)

Helena Broniatowska (1906 - c.1940)

Helena Kaminska-Broniatowska (deceased)

Henryka Broniatowska (Lewicka) (1920 - 2010)

Henryka Broniatowska (born 12 October 1920 in Warsaw, died. Apr. 26, 2010) - was a Polish translator and publisher. During World War II, Henryka lived in the Soviet Union, and from 1943 served in the...

Henryka Steuer-Broniatowska (deceased)

Henryka Broniatowska (Steuer) (b. - 1929)

Ilse Broniatowska (Weiss) (1913 - d.)

Irena Broniatowska (1914 - 1942)

Irena Broniatowska (deceased)

Irena Maria Broniatowska (1894 - 1970)

Irena Broniatowska was an author and translator, who documented Polish expatriate communities living in England post WW2.

Irina Broniatowska (1945 - 1960)

Irina Broniatowska was born in Lodz, Poland, in 1945. After her parents' divorce in 1952, she returned to Ukraine with her mother and younger brother. The famines brought on by Stalinist policies made ...

Róśka Peter (1904 - 1990)

Róśka Broniatowska was born in 1904 in Czestochowa, Poland. As a child, she was sent to I Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace im. Juliusza Slowackiego -- the local Catholic Polish high school for gir...

Jadwiga Broniatowska (1900 - 1942)

Itta Broniatowska (1875 - 1884)

Jadwiga Rodau (Broniatowska) (1909 - 1973)

Jadwiga Broniatowska Rodau was a Polish dentist. During the second world war, she, and her husband, disguised themselves as Polish gentiles using the names Boleslaw and Jadwiga Marcinkiewicz. As a resu...

Jentla Broniatowska (Kaufman) (1895 - 1931)

Jetta Broniatowska (1883 - 1885)

Jetta Lejzorowicz Broniatowska (Goldsztajn) (1814 - 1884)

Klara Konarska (Broniatowska) (1890 - 1942)

Klara Broniatowska (1908 - 1909)

Klara Ben-Hefer (Broniatowska) (1905 - 1993)

---From our earliest childhood we first met Klara as the mother of Hagar. A small, hunched, woman with a big presence - full of energy, always telling stories, always worried about something - and we a...

Kseniya Gavrilova Broniatowska (Vasilina) (1925 - 1990)

Kseniya Gavrilova Vasilina Broniatowska was born in Ukraine. During the Second World War, she was imprisoned in the Ravensbruck concentration camp for women. Due to his having been convicted by the NKV...

Laia Broniatowska (Rotner) (1818 - 1885)

Laja Wierzbicka (Broniatowska) (1862 - 1903)

Laja Szwarcberg (Broniatowska) (1894 - d.)

Laja Broniatowska moved to Topolice after she married. Her married name is unknown.

Laja Broniatowska (1905 - d.)

Leokadia Kronenberg (Broniatowska) (1890 - 1937)

Leopoldyna Broniatowska (deceased)

Liba Syrocka (Broniatowska) (1886 - d.)

Liba Broniatowska (Lewkona) (1861 - 1934)

Lillian Schuman (Broniatowska) (1908 - 1996)

Lillian Brown was born Halina Broniatowska in Czestochowa, Poland. She immigrated with her family to California at age 4. Several years later, she married Adolf (Arthur) Schuman, and co-founded Lilli...

Luba Broniatowska (1936 - 1942)

Malka Samsonowicz (Broniatowska) (1846 - d.)

Mania Broniatowska (Finkelsztejn) (1831 - 1901)

Maria Broniatowska (1906 - d.)

Maria Broniatowska (1902 - 1905)

Mania Broniatowska (1902 - 1954)

Mania Broniatowska was born in 1902 in Czestochowa, Poland. As a child, she was sent to I Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace im. Juliusza Slowackiego -- the local Catholic Polish high school for girls -- since th...

Mathilde Abusch (Broniatowska) (1865 - 1919)

Matla Broniatowska (Frydman) (1816 - 1852)

Miriam Broniatowska (Gold) (deceased)

Miriam Broniatowska (deceased)

Miriam Broniatowska (Koblencz) (1896 - c.1943)

Nachy Natalii Broniatowska (Flattow) (1854 - 1890)

Perla Broniatowska (1931 - 1942)

Rachla Broniatowska (Markowicz) (deceased)

Racla Broniatowska (Flatto) (1862 - 1899)

Raizla Lucka (Broniatowska) (1865 - d.)

Mania Broniatowska (1899 - 1943)

Regina Alter (Broniatowska) (1878 - d.)

Ruchla Kokotek (Broniatowska) (1856 - d.)

Ruchla Winter (Broniatowska) (1868 - d.)

Rysia Broniatowska (c.1938 - c.1943)

Rywka Broniatowska (Hofman) (deceased)

Róża Broniatowska (Prusicka) (1888 - d.)

Salomea Broniatowska (b. - 1942)

Salomea Broniatowska was the headmistress of a pre-war boarding house for girls belonging to the Centos (the Central Organization for Orphan Care), at Sliska Street No. 28 . In this boarding house in t...

Sore Broniatowska (1899 - 1900)

Salomea Madenberg (1880 - 1928)

Hadassa Broniatowska (c.1927 - c.1943)

Sura Marjem Broniatowska (1891 - d.)

Sura Broniatowska (Wajnstztajn) (1885 - 1942)

Sura Broniatowska (Okno) (1880 - 1899)

Sura Broniatowska (1923 - c.1944)

Szandla Fajgla Broniatowska (Rapaport) (1832 - 1903)

Tisa Zelda Broniatowska (Fulman) (1890 - d.)