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The Families of Motele

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  • Broche Beatrice Chemerinsky (1894 - 1941)
    [ ] Brakha Tzemerinski nee Kolodni was born in Motol, Poland in 1886 to Zavel and Itka. She was a housewife and married to Yeshayahu. Prior to WWII she lived in Motol, Poland. Brakha was murdered in ...
  • Sheyna Basevich (1911 - c.1941)
    Szejna Basewicz was born in Motol, Poland in 1911 to Morduch and Szprinca. She was an office clerk. Prior to WWII she lived in Pinsk, Poland. During the war she was in Pinsk, Poland. This information i...
  • Malkah Oberman Oberjant (1936 - 1941)
    Malkah Oberman was born in Motele, Poland in 1936 to Chaim and Yentl nee Pulik. She was a child. Prior to WWII she lived in Motele, Poland. During the war she was in Motele, Poland. Malkah was murdered...
  • Shulamis Oberman Oberjant (1934 - 1941)
    Shulamis Oberman was born in Motele, Poland to Chaim and Yentl nee Pulik. She was a child. Prior to WWII she lived in Motele, Poland. During the war she was in Motele, Poland. Shulamis was murdered in ...
  • Henya Oberman Oberjant (1936 - 1941)
    Henya Oberman was born in Motele, Poland in 1936 to Chaim and Yentl nee Pulik. She was a child. Prior to WWII she lived in Motele, Poland. During the war she was in Motele, Poland. Henya was murdered i...

This project aims at listing all the Jewish families of Motele. Motele was a town in Poland and today in Belarus. By the end of the 19th century it had a significant Jewish presence, and the Jews living there were culturally assertive and active.

List of people from Motele

Motolansky - Ha-Cohen

1) Abraham Yitzhak Ha-Cohen (the Black) [Abraham Yitzhak Ha-Cohen Motolansky] and his wife Beile Gutenski

2) Chaim [Yefim (Chaim) Yeffim Motolansky], son of Abraham Yitzhak Ha-Cohen (when moved to Odessa, he changed his name to Motolansky)

3) Grisha Tzvi [Grisha Motolansky], son of Abraham Yitzhak Ha-Cohen (when moved to Odessa, he changed his name to Motolansky)

4). Beile Gutenski (married Abraham Yizhak ha-Cohen (the Black) [Beile Ha-Cohen Motoloansky]

Gutenski

1) Eliezer Gutenski [אליעזר גוטנסקי Gutensky], born c. 1750

2) Shmaryahu Gutenski [שמריהו גוטנסקי Gutensky], son of Eliezer Gutenski, born c. 1790

3) Moshe Gutenski [משה Gutenski] son of Shmaryahu Gutenski (2), born c. 1820

4) Yaacov Gutenski [יעקב גוטנסקי Gutensky] and his wife Keile [קיילה גוטנסקי Gutensky]

5) Beile Gutenski [Beile Ha-Cohen Motoloansky](married Abraham Yizhak ha-Cohen (the Black)

6) Yudel Leib Gutenski [Yudel Leib Gutenski] son of Shmaryahu Gutenski (2), born c. 1826

7) Eliezer Gutenski [אליעזר גוטנסקי Gutensky],son of Shmaryahu Gutenski (2), born c. 1830

Chemerinski

1) Arieh Leib Chemerinski Goldstein [Arieh Lieb Chemerinski Goldstein] and wife [Yetta Chemerinski Goldstein] from Yanova

2) Chaim Chemerinski [Hayim Chemerinsky] (author of "My Shtetle Motele")

3) Shmuel-Yitzhak Chemerinski [Shmuel Iche Chemerinsky] (father of Chaim Chemerinski)

4) Ida Chemerinsky, the daughter of Yehiel [Yechiel Michel Chemerinsky, of Poritzia] and Frouma Chemerinsky [Fruma Chemerinsky, of Motol]

5) Rachel Leah Weizman (Chemerinski) [Rachel Leah Weizman b. 1852, Mother of Chaim (Charles) Azriel Weizmann [Chaim (Charles) Azriel Weizmann, 1st President of Israel] b. November 27, 1874 . the daughter of Yehiel [Yechiel Michel Chemerinsky, of Poritzia] and Frouma Chemerinsky [Fruma Chemerinsky, of Motol]

Friedman

1) William Friedman and his wife Ida (nee Chemerinsky) [Ida Friedman]

2) Louis Friedman (b. 1891)[Louis Friedman], son of William and Ida, married Sarah Shelupsky, moved to US in 1909

3) Herman Friedman (b. 1899) [Herman Friedman]

4) Nehamka Friedman [Nehamka Friedman]

Pulik - Pollack

1 Israel Pulik [Israel Pulik] b. circa 1815; d. 1899 └ +Unknown Pulik

2. Chave Perrel Chemerinsky [Chave Perrel Chemerinsky] b. 1855; d. 1942

2. Moishe Michel Pulik [Moishe Michel Pulik] b. 1840; d. 1941

2. SCHMUEL Pulik [Schmuel Pulik] b. 1872

└ +Chaya Pulik

2. Malkiel Pulik [Malkiel Pulik] b. 1862

2. Katie GITTEL Chez [Katie GITTEL Chez] b. 1866; d. 1945

2. Berrel Pulik [Berrel Pulik] b. 1868

2. Chaim Pulik [Chaim Pulik]

2. Sarah Kaplan [Sarah Kaplan]

Reference

[Eliezer Chemerinsky], Motale Sheli, Netanya 1986 (the book includes a translation of the book Hurban Motele (the Destruction of Motele) by [Ahron Leib Polik]Aaron Leib Pulik PAUL, translated by Rabbi Shimon Yuzhuk [הרב שמעון יוז'וק],, Edited by Dr. Dov Yarden [Dr. Dov Yarden]. first published in Jerusalem by the association of Descendants of Motele in Israel, 1947

Related links

Motol on JewishGen

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/motol/Anshe%20Motele.htm

https://www.facebook.com/groups/mymotele/

http://www.mymotele.com/

[http://shtetlroutes.eu/en/motal-cultural-heritage-card/]

Jewish Motol: Genealogical and Family History Bibliography By Itzhak Epstein [https://www.geni.com/document/The-Families-of-Motele/5935?doc_id=6000000050074351821]