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Joseph Broniatowski MP (1880 - 1915)

Joseph Broniatowski was a soldier in the German army. He perished during the First World War.

Max Broniatowski MP (1891 - 1943)

Max Broniatowski was a confectioner and baker who lived in Magdeburg Germany. During the war, he sought to leave Germany for Shanghai and the United States, although his repeated immigration requests w...

Abram Broniatowski (1870 - 1871)

Albert Isadore Brown (Broniatowski) (1900 - 1945)

Albert Brown was the first member of the Broniatowski family to have been born in the USA. He married Rose Barezovsky they had two sons, Robert and Newton. After having a heart attack when he was 36, t...

Aleksander Broniatowski (1881 - 1931)

Alfred Broniatowski (1876 - 1900)

Ludwik Broniatowski (1852 - 1896)

Aron Broniatowski (1841 - 1925)

Jakub Broniatowski (1840 - 1926)

Aron "Jakub" Broniatowski was a "felczer" in Czestochowa, Poland. He served as the head of medical services in Częstochowa/Kielce area during the failed "January Uprising" against the Russians in 1863....

Arthur Broniatowski (1912 - 1959)

Arthur (Arturo) Broniatowski immigrated to Argentina from Naklo in 1939. He married Ilse Weiss from Beuthen (Bytom). He is buried in La Tablada cemetery in Buenos Aires.

Artur Broniatowski (1881 - 1942)

Artur Broniatowski was a prominent dentist in Czestochowa, Poland, who worked at Panny Marji 8 and Waszyngtona 7 . He was a member of the Society to Help Poor and Sick Jews .

Bernhardt Broniatowski (b. - c.1935)

Berysz Broniatowski (1889 - d.)

Berysz Broniatowski was born in Lodz, Poland in 1889 and worked in the textile industry. In 1930, he immigrated to Argentina, but may have ultimately returned home to Lodz where he perished in the Holo...

Chaskiel Broniatowski (Bronatowski) (1860 - 1892)

Chaskiel Broniatowski (1847 - 1892)

Cudyk Lajb Broniatowski (1899 - 1943)

Cudek Lajb Broniatowski was an electrician, who worked at Łagiewnicka 12 in Lodz, Poland. He was murdered by the Nazis when he and his family were deported to the Chelmno concentration camp.

David Broniatowski (1874 - 1939)

David Broniatowski owned a restaurant called Feldschlössen in Gleiwitz. He was the owner from 1899 to 1928,

David Broniatowski (1860 - 1931)

Dawid Lejb Broniatowski (1875 - 1875)

Dawid Lejb Bronatowski (1814 - 1857)

Dawid Broniatowski (1872 - 1940)

Elias Dawid Broniatowski (1813 - d.)

Eliasz Broniatowski (1833 - 1915)

Else Johanne Elisabeth Broniatowski (1900 - 1978)

Eugeniusz Broniatowski (Karmelita) (1946 - 2012)

Fannie Besser (Broniatowska) (1895 - 1980)

Francizka Broniatowska (Rozensztejn) (1878 - d.)

Genendla Dytkiewicz (Broniatowski) (1913 - d.)

Genowefa Broniatowski (Dimitruk) (1927 - 1997)

Georg Broniatowski (1875 - d.)

Georg Broniatowski owned a hotel in Gleiwitz.

Gertrude Schwartz (Broniatowska) (1903 - 1962)

Gucja Broniatowski (1874 - 1875)

Hans Broniatowski (1914 - 1940)

Hans Broniatowski was born in Laurahutte, Germany (now Siemianowice, Poland) in 1914. He was an Olympic capable javelin thrower. Although he moved with his family to Breslau, according to Lotte Wiener,...

Harry Brown (Broniatowski) (1883 - 1933)

Genia Broniatowska (Ganronska) (1886 - 1942)

Henryk Chaskiel Broniatowski (1878 - 1903)

Henryk Chaskiel Broniatowski was a law candidate in Czestochowa. He died tragically at the age of 25.

Herbert Nathan Biron (Broniatowski) (1901 - 2000)

Hersz Aron Broniatowski (1921 - 2005)

Hersz Aron Broniatowski was born in Lodz, Poland, in 1921. As a young man, he briefly worked as a shoemaker. As the Nazi armies advanced in 1939, he escaped to the Soviet-controlled city of Bialystock ...

Herszlik Broniatowski (Bronatowski) (1851 - 1917)

Icchok Michuel Broniatowski (1914 - d.)

Icchok Michuel Broniatowski was born in Lodz, Poland ca. 1915. In 1930, he immigrated to Argentina, but may have ultimately returned home to Lodz where he perished in the Holocaust.

Irena Broniatowska (1914 - 1942)

Izrael Broniatowski (1815 - 1885)

Izrael Broniatowski (1887 - 1941)

Izrael Broniatowski was a carpenter who worked at Brzezińska 48 in Lodz, Poland. He died of Arteriosclerosis in 1941 at a hospital in the Lodz ghetto.

Jakób Broniatowski (1883 - 1941)

Jakub Broniatowski was a prominent lawyer in Warsaw, member of the intelligentsia, and member of the Warsaw Judenrat. He died in the Warsaw ghetto. - Source

Jecheskiel Broniatowski (1929 - 1942)

Josek Bronatowski (c.1820 - 1826)

Jozef Broniatowski (1870 - 1941)

Kiwa Broniatowski (1897 - 1898)

Kurt Broniatowski (1911 - 1945)

Kurt Broniatowski was a commercial artist in the fashion industry who was born in Laurahutte, Germany (now Siemianowice, Poland) and later lived in Breslau. He immigrated with his brother Hans to the P...

Leybus Bronatowski (1803 - 1841)

Juda Leib (Leybus, Leopold) Broniatowski was a tailor and clothier living in Czestochowa in the early 1800s. He died young.

Lejb Broniatowski (1892 - 1898)

Lillian Brown Schuman (Broniatowska) (1906 - 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...

Maksymiljan Broniatowski (1874 - d.)

Grete Broniatowski (1888 - 1941)

Margarete Broniatowski (Hartmann) (1899 - 1964)

Mania Broniatowska (Finkelsztejn) (1831 - 1901)

Max Broniatowski (1903 - 1978)

Mendel Broniatowski (1876 - 1877)

Mendel Broniatowski (1850 - 1908)

Menachem Yehuda (Mendel) Broniatowski was a successful merchant from Czestochowa, Poland. He married his wife, Henriette (Jettel) Schnitzer, in Bytom (Beuthen) and settled in Semianowice. He is the pro...

Meyer Brown (Broniatowski) (1885 - 1930)

Mieczyslaw Broniatowski (1891 - 1965)

Mieczyslaw Broniatowski was a Polish artist, actor, director, and radio announcer post WWII. Prior to this, he served as an official in the Ministry of Treasury for the Polish government.

Milton Harold Brown (Broniatowski) (1901 - 1989)

Mojzesz Boruch Broniatowski (1925 - 1942)

Mosiek Broniatowski (Bronatowski) (1817 - 1887)

Mosiek Broniatowski was born in 1817 in Czestochowa Poland. He and his children moved to Lodz, Poland, founding the Lodz branch of the Broniatowski family.

Moszek Broniatowski (1868 - d.)

Natan Broniatowski (Bronatowski) (1866 - d.)

Natan Broniatowski was a prominent architect in Berlin in the late 1800s.

Natan Broniatowski (Bronatowski) (1878 - 1939)

Natan Broniatowski worked as an accountant/bookkeeper in Czestochowa, and later at Zawadzka 9 in Lodz, Poland.

Nathan Brown (Broniatowski) (1857 - 1931)

(Written by Bob Brown in 1994) "Nathan and Bluma arrived in Paterson, New Jersey from Lodz, Poland around 1895. Nathan was approximately 42 years old. They were part of a large contingent of people, ma...

Pinkus Szulem Broniatowski (1872 - 1942)

Pinkus Szulem (Paweł) Broniatowski was a prominent physician in Czestochowa. Paweł Broniatowski became a dermatologist because he got deaf and couldn't use a stethoscope. Before becoming a dermatologis...

Rita Simke (Broniatowski) (1909 - 1957)

Rita Simke (Broniatowski) was born in Siemianowitz, Poland and died in Manila in 1957. Prior to immigrating to the Philippines to escape Nazi aggression, she worked as a physician in Breslau. Rita Bron...

Sczaia Broniatowski (1810 - 1865)

Sjaja Broniatowski (1874 - 1879)

Sore Broniatowska (1899 - 1900)

Stanislaw Broniatowski (1880 - d.)

Sura (1879 - d.)

Szymon Broniatowski (1855 - 1940)

Szymon Broniatowski lived in Zawiercie, Poland, where he was a prominent member of the assimilationist movement. His children Eleonora, Ludwik, and Mieczyslaw all married into non-Jewish families and s...

Szymszon Broniatowski (1933 - 1942)

Thomas Brown (Broniatowski) (1891 - c.1953)

William Brown (Broniatowski) (1872 - d.)

Yetta Hendel Broniatowski (1848 - 1851)

Zelda Broniatowski (Likiernik) (1825 - d.)