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  • Max Zisovic (1908 - 2003)
    According to bio given to Shoah Foundation, birth name was Miksa Zisovics. According to interview with Shoah Foundation, mother's name was Malvina, which was probably her Hungarian civil name. Siblin...
  • David Zisovicz (1872 - 1944)
  • Esther Solomon (1902 - 1990)
    According to Max Zisovic, the reason Esther immigrated to the US was because she could not get along with her stepmother. Rachel moved out for the same reason.
  • Herschel Zisovicz (b. - c.1915)
    Name may have been Moishe, Herschel may have been David and Dobrash's son
  • Rachel Zisovicz (b. - 1934)
    Malvina Levy is her daughter. However, Rachel and her husband died when Malvina was very young. Malvina was adopted at about 6 1/2 years by Benjamin and Esther Solomon. Additional: Rachel's name in t...

Name derived from Yiddish "Zise", a feminine name meaning "sweet". This form of the name seems to have originated in the area from modern-day Slovakia to Subcarpathian Ruthenia. Alternate spellings include Zisovicz, Zisovics, Ziszovics, Ziszovicz, Zisovitz, Zisovits, Zissovitz, and other spellings that include the indicated pronunciations ([zɪsɔvɪts] or [zɪsɔvɪtʃ]).