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  • Hinda Rivka Nekrich (1885 - 1966)
    riva Nekrich was born in Wilno, Poland in 1885. She was a shlyapochnitza. Prior to WWII she lived in Gomel, Belorussia (USSR). During the war she was in Penza, Russia (USSR).Rivka Nekrich was born to D...
  • Yehuda Leib Nekritz (deceased)
    It is not certain that Fruma and Yehuda Leib were Tzvi Hersh's parents, however there is strong circumstantial evidence implying that they were indeed his parents. Is this the same Arieh Leib Nekrits ?...
  • Yehuda Leib Nekritz (1907 - 1984)
  • Zalmon Nekrich (deceased)
  • Henry Ben-Avraham (1924 - 2015)
    [ ] Henry Nekrycz (Ben Abraham) was born in Lodz in 1924. Although his grandfather was the director of one of the largest synagogues in the city, he was not raised as an Orthodox Jew. Unlike his cousin...

The Jewish family name Nekrich originates from the village Nekrashi next to Slutsk, Belarus. I invite the progeny to research the roots and establish connections.

The Israeli branch changed their last name into “Shalev“, taking the phonological meaning of “Nekrich” as “not shouting”.

I have started a family tree of Abram son of Itzka Nekrich, born in 1776 in Slutzk. It is based on revision lists published on

I can translate documents from Russian/Hebrew and make trips to the Central Israeli Archive of the History of the Jewish People or even to Belarus.

It would be nice to get information about your Nekrich branch in order to see, how it fits into the large picture!

I will be happy to get some feedback.

If anybody is interested in a trip to Belarus - Mir, Novardok, Sluzk, Bobruisk, please be in touch. We will be assisted by the local rabbis.