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From:  mbunimov@yahoo.com (Mariana Bunimov) Home Page: http://www.re-title.com/artists/mariana-bunimov.asp Message: Grandaughter of Maria and Marc Bunimovitch. Know of any cousins?. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Mariana Bunimov's work exists as psychoanalysis does in the terrain of childhood and that universe populated by inanimated and imaginary beings where the absurd and normal coexist in equal conditions. Dolls,hybrids between humans and toys, little cars, bicycles, doll houses constitute the image bank that feeds the body of work expressed indifferent media and in the most different support and material, inparticular those of waste: paper, pieces of fabric, old cloths, stuffedanimals, dippers, washing machine covers, etc. All the elements with which Bunimov makes her work come from her domestic surroundings, her own wardrobe, and the detritus of her daily life.
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- Tuesday, May 31, 2005 at 10:15:42 (EDT) Shalom Oded, son of Mina Shriro I do not know where from I received your message, and assuming you are not skilled in Hebrew, I am answering on the hard way, in English. I was born in Volozhin and left the shtetl in 1940 as a 15 years old boy. I knew your family. My Grand Mother Malka Perlman born Itskhaykin was related to Sara Etl (Anetka commonly known there) Shriro. I think they were cousins. I remember her well. We were with her and with Gala, at a Jewish summer resort in Roodnik 3 Km from Volozhin. Your uncle Hesl once took me on a shtetl tour on his bicycle. My cousin Moola courted your aunt Gala during the summer of 1938. Your cousin, if I remember his name - Yehuda Frid, visited Volozhin in 1935. We followed him to hear his strange sefarade Hebrew dialect, we learned and knew the Ashkenaze dialect only. Your Grand-parents are memorized in the Volozhin Yizkor Book by Hana Fried, Mina Dueck and Hilel Shriro (photo on page 26). We translated a part of the Volozhin Yizkor Book into English and posed it online at the Jewish-Gen site http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/volozhin/volozhin.html I'm pleased to help you with the little information I can Sincerly, Moshe Porat - Perlman Tel Aviv, Israel
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- Friday, May 27, 2005 at 18:53:22 (EDT) Oded Dweck (dweck@intermail.co.il) wrote..... My grandfather Ytshak Shriro and my grandmother Sara Ester Shriro (nee Bashkin) were citizens of Volojin until the shoa. My grandfather had a pharmacy at the market street and was a scholar. My grandmother was a descendant of rabbi Chaim of Volojin. They perished in the shoa with three of their children and grandchildren. My late mother came to Israel prior to the shoa. they are probably Known to survivors of that period. I would like them to be memorialized in this important site. Oded Dweck (dweck@intermail.co.il) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Szryra Jcchak - Jcchak Szryra was born in Oszmiana, Poland to Shmuel. He was a pharmacist and married to Sara Ester nee Bezkin. Prior to WWII he lived in Wolozyn, Poland. During the war was in Wolozyn, Poland. Jcchak died in 1941 in Wolozyn, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 02/02/1956 by his daughter Mina Dweck in Ramat Gan ----------------------------------------- Szryra Sara Ester- Sara Szryra was born in Wolozyn, Poland to Shmuel amd Dreyzl . She was married to Yitzkhak. Prior to WWII she lived in Wolozyn, Poland. During the war was in Wolozyn, Poland. Sara died in 1941 in Wolozyn, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 02/02/1956 by her daughter. -------------------------------------- Szryra Heszl - Heszl Szryra was born in Wolozyn, Poland to Yitzkhak and Sara. He was a merchant and married to Rivka. Prior to WWII he lived in Wolozyn, Poland with children; Shmuel and Dreyzele. During the war was in Wolozyn, Poland. Heszl died in 1941 in Wolozyn, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 02/02/1956 by his sister Mina Dweck in Ramat Gan. ----------------------------------- Szryra Rybeka - Rybeka Szryra was born in Wolozyn, Poland. She was married to Heszl . Prior to WWII she lived in Wolozyn, Poland with children; Shmuel and Dreyzele. During the war was in Wolozyn, Poland. Rybeka died in 1941 in Wolozyn, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 02/01/1956 by her sister-in-law Mina Dweck in Ramat Gan ---------------------------- Chlopski Mirjam - Mirjam Chlopski nee Szryra was born in Wolozyn, Poland to Yitzkhak and Sara Ester. She was married to Meir and had two sons; Shmuel and Yaakov. Prior to WWII she lived in Wolozyn, Poland. During the war was in Wolozyn, Poland. Mirjam died in 1941 in Wolozyn, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 21/02/1956 by her sister Mina Dweck in Ramat Gan ---------------------------- Gurwicz Sonia - Sonia Gurwicz nee Szryra was born in Wolozyn, Poland to Yitzkhak and Sara Ester. She was married to Avraham and had a daughter; Zipale. Prior to WWII she lived in Wolozyn, Poland. During the war was in Wolozyn, Poland. Sonia died in 1941 in Wolozyn, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 02/04/1956 by her sister Mina Dweck in Ramat Gan ---------------------- Szryra Awigail Awigail Szryra was born in Wolozyn, Poland to Yitzkhak and Sara. She was single. Prior to WWII she lived in Wolozyn, Poland. During the war was in Wolozyn, Poland. Awigail died in 1941 in Wolozyn, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 02/02/1956 by her sister Mina Dweck in Ramat Gan. ----------------------- Another report ; Szryro Mosze Mosze Szryro was born in Juraciszki, Poland in 1887 to Avraham and Sara. He was a merchant and married to Rakhel nee Shapira. Prior to WWII he lived in Oszmiana, Poland. During the war was in Oszmiana, Poland. Mosze died in 1941 in Oszmiana, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 28/07/1955 by his sister ROITSHTEIN ESTER -----------------------------
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- Saturday, May 21, 2005 at 10:32:25 (EDT) Robert Hofmekler (1905-1994) was the son of Motel and Bertha (Blinder) Hofmekler (spelled variously as Hofmekleris and Gofmekler). He grew up in a highly musical Jewish family in Vilna, where his father was a well-known cello player. Robert had three siblings: Zelda, Michael (b. 1898) and Leo (or M. Leo, b. 1900). In the fall of 1920 the family fled from Vilna to Kovno. Michael was a gifted violinist, who was decorated by the Lithuanian president in 1932 for his cultural achievement in propagating Lithuanian folk music in performances, recordings and transcription. Leo served as the conductor of the Lithuanian state opera in the 1930s. After the Soviets occupied Lithuania in 1940 he was appointed music director and conductor of the National Radio Orchestra in Vilna. Robert emigrated to the U.S. in the fall of 1938. Following the German occupation of Lithuania in the summer of 1941, Leo, his wife and two children were forced into the Vilna ghetto, where they all perished in 1942 or 1943. Motel and Bertha and Michael and Zelda were forced into the Kovno ghetto. Motel played in the ghetto orchestra. He and Bertha perished in the ghetto early in 1944. Zelda's husband, David Kovarsky, was dragged from his home and shot by Lithuanian nationalists during the early days of the German occupation of Kovno. Zelda and her daughter perished in an underground malina (bunker) during the final liquidation of the ghetto. Michael served as the conductor of the ghetto orchestra. He was probably deported to Stutthof during the liquidation of the ghetto and then transferred to Dachau or one of its satellite camps. In late April 1945 he was evacuated and ultimately was liberated in the vicinity of Landsberg, Bavaria. Robert, who was drafted into the U.S. Army in January 1941 and served in Europe with the 9th Infantry and 10th Armored Division, found his brother at the St. Ottilien displaced persons hospital camp in June 1945. From Yad Vashem;In regards to D. Stupel- What was his relation to Ilja Stupel? Searching for anything about a stupel family of Vilna I found in the Yad Vashem site some reports; Stupel Shemaia ( there is a picture of him playing the violin) Shemaia Stupel was born in Vilna, Poland to Avrom and Miriam. Prior to WWII he lived in Kovno, Lithuania. During the war was in Kovno. Shemaia died in Kovno. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 03/08/1978 by his relative. from the U.S; Robert Hofmekler ( there is an address) Stupel Avram Avram Stupel was born in Vilna, Poland. He was married to Miriam. Prior to WWII he lived in Kovno, Lithuania. During the war was in Kovno. Avram died in Kovno. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 08/03/1998 by his relative from the U.S; Robert Hofmekler Stupel Aleksander Aleksander Stupel was born in Wilno, Poland in 1900 to Meir and Maria. He was a violinist and single. Prior to WWII he lived in Kaunas, Lithuania. During the war was in Kaunas, Lithuania. Aleksander died in 1944 in Dachau. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/05/1999 by his nephew, (a Shoah survivor ) Eliyahu Stupel who lives in Haganim Street 9/ 27 Hod hasharon, Israel. Abramson Sonia Sonia Abramson nee Stupel was born in Wilna, Poland in 1906 to Meir/ Metia Stupel and Maria/ Miryam nee Antokolsky . She was a violinist and married. Prior to WWII she lived in Kaunas, Lithuania. During the war was in Kaunas. Sonia died in 1943 in Kaunas. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/05/1999 by her nephew Eliyahu Stupel, a Shoah survivor who lives in Haganim Street 9/ 27 Hod hasharon, Israel. Stupel Monja Monja Stupel was born in Wilna, Poland in 1892 to Avraham and Rakhel. He was an accountant and single ( in another report by a neighbor he is listed as married to Sonia and having two children age 5 and 7 who also perished in Vilna) . Prior to WWII he lived in Wilna, Poland. During the war was in Wilna, Poland. Monja died in Wilna. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his cousin Arie Stupel in Petch Tikva. The neighbor also gave report for Monjas' mother; Stupel Rachel Rachel Stupel was born in Wilna, Poland in 1870. She was a housewife and married. Prior to WWII she lived in Wilna, Poland. During the war was in Wilna, Poland. Rachel died in Panar, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 10/03/1957 by her neighbour. ... Stupel David David Stupel was born in Riga, Latvia in 1891. David died in 1942 in Auschwitz. This information is based on a list of deportation from the Netherlands found in the In Memoriam - Nederlandse oorlogsslachtoffers, Nederlandse Oorlogsgravenstichting (Dutch War Victims Authority), `s-Gravenhage (courtesy of the Association of Yad Vashem Friends in Netherlands, Amsterdam). More Details... Stupel Elfriede Elfriede Stupel nee Schereschewsky was born in Riga, Latvia in 1900. Elfriede died in 1943 in Sobibor. This information is based on a list of deportation from the Netherlands found in the In Memoriam - Nederlandse oorlogsslachtoffers, Nederlandse Oorlogsgravenstichting (Dutch War Victims Authority), `s-Gravenhage (courtesy of the Association of Yad Vashem Friends in Netherlands, Amsterdam). Blijdensteijn van May May Blijdensteijn Van nee Stuppel was born in Ogmore in 1898. May died in 1943 in Sobibor. This information is based on a list of deportation from the Netherlands found in the In Memoriam - Nederlandse oorlogsslachtoffers, Nederlandse Oorlogsgravenstichting (Dutch War Victims Authority), `s-Gravenhage (courtesy of the Association of Yad Vashem Friends in Netherlands, Amsterdam). More Details Hes Henriette Henriette Hes nee Stuppel was born in Riga, Latvia in 1877. Henriette died in 1943 in Auschwitz. This information is based on a list of deportation from the Netherlands found in the In Memoriam - Nederlandse oorlogsslachtoffers, Nederlandse Oorlogsgravenstichting (Dutch War Victims Authority), `s-Gravenhage (courtesy of the Association of Yad Vashem Friends in Netherlands, Amsterdam). More Details... Stupel Ilana Ilana Stupel was born in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 1937. Ilana died in 1943 in Sobibor. This information is based on a list of deportation from the Netherlands found in the In Memoriam - Nederlandse oorlogsslachtoffers, Nederlandse Oorlogsgravenstichting (Dutch War Victims Authority), `s-Gravenhage (courtesy of the Association of Yad Vashem Friends in Netherlands, Amsterdam). More Details... Stupel Josephine Josephine Stupel was born in Parijs, France in 1931. Josephine died in 1943 in Sobibor. This information is based on a list of deportation from the Netherlands found in the In Memoriam - Nederlandse oorlogsslachtoffers, Nederlandse Oorlogsgravenstichting (Dutch War Victims Authority), `s-Gravenhage (courtesy of the Association of Yad Vashem Friends in Netherlands, Amsterdam). Stupel Miriam Miriam Stupel was born in Vilna, Poland. Prior to WWII she lived in Kovno, Lithuania and was married to Avraham Stupel. During the war was in Kovno. Miriam died in Kovno. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 03/08/1998 by Robert Hofmekler Stupel Leo Leo Stupel was born in Wilno, Poland in 1894 to Avraham and Rakhel. He was a merchant and married to Guta nee Bek. Prior to WWII he lived in Wilno, Poland. During the war was in Wilno, Poland. Leo died in Panar, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his cousin Asna Stupel in petach Tikva. Hofmekler Berta Berta Hofmekler nee Stupel was born in Wilno, Poland. She was a musician and married. Prior to WWII she lived in Kowno, Lithuania. During the war was in Kowno, Lithuania. Berta died in Fort 9 at the age of 70. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 11/07/1999 by her granddaughter Dalia Ginzburg nee Hofmekler in Ashdod , Israel Mike Aylward wrote me...... > In regards to D. Stupel- What was his relation to Ilja Stupel? You mean Ilja Stupel the Swedish conductor? He was his grandfather (or great grandfather, I can't remember which). I was in touch with the Swedish Stupels a few years ago and they told me that when they left Lithuania after the war they unfortunately left behind any documentation (and memories) that might shed any light on the pre-war activities of their family. I tried to contact both Ilja Stupel and his brother recently, but since I last wrote to them they appear to have changed their e-mail addresses. I have discovered many more Stupel recordings in the last couple of years and I would like to tell them about them. I was assured by Ilja Stupel's brother that the Stupels were one of the leading musical families in Lithuania and that he had heard that at one time almost half of the members of the Orchestra of the Municipal Theatre in Vilna were Stupels!!! It is highly likely that the Stupels you mention were part of the same clan..... Surname Given Name Father Occupation Vilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory) year 1915 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address/-Telephone # Year Page # Comments Town STUPEL Ruven son of Gd - Pogulanskaya Street 14 ----------------------------------------- STUPEL S L Rudnitskaya Street 6 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2--74 1915 268 Vilnius -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STUPEL Rokha daughter of Nokh Rudnitskaya Street 6 1915 268 Vilnius -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STUPEL Tsez Grig Skopovka Street 5 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1915 268 Vilnius -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STUPEL Abrham son of Vulf Steklyannaya Street 7 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1915 268 Vilnius STUPEL Vulf son of Abraham Steklyannaya Street 7 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1915 268 Vilnius -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vilnius -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory) Searching for Surname STUPEL in Vilna Ghetto records of 1942 (D-M code 278000) Number of hits: 14 Run on Tuesday 3 May 2005 at 13:24:44 Name- Born -Residence in Ghetto -Source-Publication-Page- Town- Uyezd-Guberniya- Month Year STUPEL, Borisas 1914 Dysnos 4 - 4 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 83 Vilnius Vilnius May ------------------------- 1942 STUPEL, Doba 1937 Strasuno 2 - 1 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 290 Vilnius STUPEL, Ester 1929 Ligonines 13/29 - 2 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1
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- Friday, May 20, 2005 at 10:04:00 (EDT) THE SHOOLMAN/ SPEKTOR FAMILY OF KURENETS HAD SCHOOLS NAMED FOR THEM IN KURENETS AND IN BOSTON--------------- The initial developer of The Metropolitan was Max ( nee Elimelech Spektor) Shoolman and the cost was over $8 million. Originally the Theatre was going to be named The Capital Theatre, and attached to a hotel. Soon after construction the hotel became an office building and the theatre renamed The Metropolitan Did you know that The Wang Center for the Performing Arts is a not-for-profit organization and receives no city or federal funding? The Wang Theatre is a National Historic Landmark built in 1925. Did you know there are over a thousand light bulbs in The Wang Theatre's Grand Lobby chandeliers? Did you know when the Theatre first opened in 1925 that musicians performed in the Grand Lobby, paintings by area artists hung on the walls, ping pong and billiards where set up in the Lower Lobby to amuse people while waiting to be seated? . The Wang Center employs over 1000 people. Evelyn Shoolman Birth: September 25, 1909 - Massachusetts Death: October 31, 1986 - Boston Source: Birth, Marriage, & Death - Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2001 Myer J Shoolman Birth: September 15, 1908 - Russia Death: April 7, 1988 - Boston Source: Birth, Marriage, & Death - Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2001 Eliot B Shoolman Birth: April 1, 1898 - Russia Death: September 30, 1990 - Boston Source: Birth, Marriage, & Death - Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2001 Jane F Shoolman Birth: April 6, 1902 - Massachusetts Death: November 30, 1993 - Newton Source: Birth, Marriage, & Death - Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2001 ( Is she related?) Charles D Shoolman Birth: May 27, 1903 - Russia Death: November 2, 1995 - Newton Source: Birth, Marriage, & Death - Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2001 Anita Shoolman Birth: August 11, 1901 - Other Death: November 3, 1995 - Newton Source: Birth, Marriage, & Death - Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2001 1920 Census; Name: Max Shoolman Age: 43 years Estimated birth year: abt 1877 Birthplace: Russia Race: White Home in 1920: Chesnat Hill, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts Came to the country in 1893 na in 1900 Real Estate owner and operator Wife May Rae was born in Pennsylvenia to Russian parents. she is 35 years old daughter Ester/ Evelyn is 10 years old born in Mass. daughter Hellen is 7 years old born in Mass. son Theodore 1 years old born in Mass. Nephew; Elliot B is 21 years old, came to the country from Russia in 1914. Also living in the house; a nurse maid from England Maid from Irland cook from Irland Brother in Law ? Levinton Edward? age 24? consruction of real estate ------------------------------------- 1930 census; Name: Elliot B Shoolman Age: 32 Estimated birth year: abt 1898 Birthplace: Poland Relation to head-of-house: Head owner of a shoe store, Jewish came to the country in 1913 married at age 28 Spouse's Name: Shaulamite ( Miel Dori told me that she is a relative of Gidon Altshular from Rehovot) Shoolman age 27 married at age 23 Race: White came to the country from Serbia in 1917 Home in 1930: New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts ------------------------- Name: Joseph Shoolman Age: 68 Estimated birth year: abt 1862 Birthplace: Russia Relation to head-of-house: Head married at age 18 came to the U.S. in 1890. renting the home for $80 a month Spouse's Name: Bessie Shoolman also 68 married at age 18 Race: White Home in 1930: Brookline, Norfolk, Massachusetts came to the U.S. in 1890 Thelma A granddaughter? age 17 is living with them, born in Mass to Russian parents ------------------------- Benjamin Shoolman Age: 32 years Estimated birth year: abt 1888 Birthplace: Russia Race: White Home in 1920: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts ----------------------------------------- census 1910; Morris Shoolman Birth: abt 1878 Residence: 1910 - 3-Wd Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut Source: Census - 1910 United States Federal Census ------------------ census 1930; Max Shoolman Birth: abt 1878 - Russia Residence: 1930 - Brookline, Norfolk, Massachusetts Source: Census - 1930 United States Federal Census May R Shoolman Birth: abt 1886 Residence: 1930 - Brookline, Norfolk, Massachusetts Source: Census - 1930 United States Federal Census Evelyn Shoolman Birth: abt 1910 Residence: 1930 - Brookline, Norfolk, Massachusetts Source: Census - 1930 United States Federal Census Helen Shoolman Birth: abt 1912 Residence: 1930 - Brookline, Norfolk, Massachusetts Source: Census - 1930 United States Federal Census Theodore Shoolman Birth: abt 1919 Residence: 1930 - Brookline, Norfolk, Massachusetts Source: Census - 1930 United States Federal Census ------------------------ EDITH SHOOLMAN'S HEBREW COLLEGE LEGACY-------------- BY JODI WERNER GREENWALD---------- Edith Shoolman was a passionate gardener. And her gardenlush with flowers and ornamentalswas not the only place graced by her nourishing cultivation. One of Hebrew College's most significant benefactors, a woman with a deep commitment to children, teacher training and Jewish education, she named and endowed the Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education in 1993 with a $2 million bequest made after the death of her husband, Eliot z'l. When Mrs. Shoolman died in April at age 98, she ensured that the Shoolman Graduate School would continue to flourish with another generous gifta $1 million bequest. That gift, which will help to support new programs for the professional training of Jewish educators, exemplifies her quiet and generous philanthropy. President David Gordis remembers her as "self effacing" and "a very fine and refined lady, really an artist and an aristocrat." Initially, she resisted the idea of naming the school. "I had to persuade her that it would be an example for others," he says. Concerned with the impact of their gifts and not the recognition, Mrs. Shoolman and her husband were a rare brand of philanthropist. Always seeking ways to enhance the lives of children, they renewed their interest in Hebrew College through their close friend and attorney, former Hebrew College board chairman Herbert Berman z'l. (Mr. Shoolman's uncle, Max Shoolman, was an original incorporator named in the 1927 Charter of the College.) After her husband passed away, Mrs. Shoolman spoke daily with Berman. His friendship and support became a pillar in her life, and when Berman passed away, his son Henry inherited their daily relationship, which he now calls "a gift." > "She and Mr. Shoolman were generous out of genuine philanthropic > interest, not out of wanting to see their names in lights," says > Berman, who delivered remarks at Mrs. Shoolman's funeral. > > "They were clearly part of our family, if not in law, certainly in love." > > Mrs. Shoolman had no patience for what she perceived as wasteful > spending, Berman says. He recalls visiting with her one afternoon when > her mail arrived. One of the envelopes was decorated with gold foil, > and she said, "What are they wasting money for? Isn't there a kid who > needs glasses or schoolbooks?" > > The Shoolmans' zeal for supporting education inspired them to endow > the Edith and Eliot Shoolman Fellowship, awarded to Hebrew College > students active in the field of Jewish education as teachers or > administrators. They were also benefactors of the Solomon Schechter > Day School in Newton and Bridgewater State College, Mrs. Shoolman's > alma mater, where they established an award given annually to a senior > who has shown creative excellence in the study of English. > > In 1996, Hebrew College awarded Mrs. Shoolman an honorary degree for > her contribution to the field of Jewish educationthough it took some > persuasion. She did not acquiesce until Theodore H. Teplow, trustee, > former board chairman and a close family friend, wrote her a letter > conveying Hebrew College's strong desire to properly thank and > acknowledge her for being an exemplary community member, and that her > acceptance of this degree would be yet another gift to the > institution. > > At the commencement exercises, her modest approach to giving was > publicly recognized by the presenter, Herbert Berman's widow and > former Hebrew College director and trustee, Evelyn Berman: "Countless > [people] have unknowingly been the beneficiary of your love and > concern for your fellow human being. You have chosen to better their > lives with the only reward being their success and happiness. > > "Like the plants and trees of your garden, which you lovingly nurture > year after year, so have you assisted, and in turn improved, the > community." > > President Gordis adds: "Edith Shoolman was one of the early pioneers > of the evolution of Hebrew College. Her commitment to the Shoolman > Graduate School is what moved us ahead to where we are now. She left > an important mark on the College." > > The Hebrew College community mourns the loss of Edith Shoolman and > expresses its deepest sympathies to her sister, Frances Cohen; her > stepson, David Shoolman; and her niece, Ruth Donovan. May her memory > forever be a blessing. > > THE HERBERT L. BERMAN, '36 SCHOLARSHIP > > The Herbert L. Berman '36 Scholarship was established by The Eliot > Shoolman Charitable Lead Trust to commemorate Mr. Berman's dedication > to educational pursuits and community involvement > THE WANG THEATRE > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ > > > Ship of Travel: Stockholm -Port of Departure: Gothenburg -Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 First Name: Seimel Last Name: Ispektow ( Should say Spektor- in the U.S was changed to Shoolman) Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew Born in Kurenitz Last Place of Residence: Kravo, Poland Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 Age at Arrival: 52 years old Gender: M Marital Status: M Ship of Travel: Stockholm Port of Departure: Gothenburg Going to brother; Max Shoolman, 18 Dreymont Street, Boston he is 5' 8" with grey hair and brown eyes Manifest Line Number: 0001 First Name: Chaja Last Name: Ispektow Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew Last Place of Residence: Kravo, Poland Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 Age at Arrival: 47y Gender: F Marital Status: M Ship of Travel: Stockholm Port of Departure: Gothenburg Manifest Line Number: 0002 Going to brother in law in Boston.She was born in Krevo, 5'2" , blond hair and grey eyes. ---- First Name: Chemach ( Charles?) Last Name: Ispektow Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew Last Place of Residence: Kravo, Poland Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 Age at Arrival: 17y Gender: M Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Stockholm Port of Departure: Gothenburg Manifest Line Number: 0003 5' 3" blond and brown eyes --- First Name: Klejla Last Name: Ispektow Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew Last Place of Residence: Kravo, Poland Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 Age at Arrival: 16y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Stockholm Port of Departure: Gothenburg Manifest Line Number: 0004 5'1" dark hair and brown eyes --------- First Name: Nachama Last Name: Ispektow Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew Last Place of Residence: Kravo, Poland Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 Age at Arrival: 13y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Stockholm Port of Departure: Gothenburg Manifest Line Number: 0005 blond and brown eyes ------------------------- First Name: Meier Last Name: Ispektow Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew Last Place of Residence: Kravo, Poland Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 Age at Arrival: 11y Gender: M Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Stockholm Port of Departure: Gothenburg Manifest Line Number: 0006 blond and brown eyes -------------------------- First Name: Gita Last Name: Ispektow Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew Last Place of Residence: Kravo, Poland Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 Age at Arrival: 9y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Stockholm Port of Departure: Gothenburg Manifest Line Number: 0007 blond and brown eyes -------------------------- First Name: Ester Last Name: Ispektow Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew Last Place of Residence: Kravo, Poland Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 Age at Arrival: 8y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Stockholm Port of Departure: Gothenburg Manifest Line Number: 0008 blond and brown eyes ---------------------------- First Name: Leja Last Name: Ispektow Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew Last Place of Residence: Kravo, Poland Date of Arrival: January 12, 1921 Age at Arrival: 7y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Stockholm Port of Departure: Gothenburg Manifest Line Number: 0009 blond and brown eyes ------------------- For all the kids it is writen that they are going to their grandfather; max Shoolman
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- Thursday, May 19, 2005 at 20:23:01 (EDT) Kira wrote me about information I had of BREWDA, Leah Found in Lithuania Vilnius Lithuanian Holocaust Survivers L aojpedfw. Canada Goose Constableists - She wrote that she might be her great aunt. Dear Kira, Thank you so much for writing about your great aunt. I would like to write a little story about your family on the site to help you find more information. I took the information from; The LitvakSIG The All Lithuania Database; The information appearing within this database is taken both from original databases, as well as indexes of names contained in three post-WW2 books on Lithuania: The Annihilation of Lithuanian Jewry by Abraham Oshry Lithuanian Jewish Communities by Nancy and Stuart Schoenberg Bravery and Heroism in Lithuania by Alex Feitelson and a number of lists published by the American Federation of Lithuanian Jews in 1945/46 of Lithuanian Jews found to have survived the Holocaust. For further information, contact Ed Cohen eacohen@mail1.nai.net From the list; BREWDA, Leah Found in Lithuania Vilnius Lithuanian Holocaust Survivers Lists year; 1945 BREWDA, Zlata Found in Lithuania Vilnius Lithuanian Holocaust Survivers Lists 1945 In the Vilna ghetto Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 of the year 1942 month of May, I did not see them. I am pasting who was there; BAREVDA, Menacha born;1893 lived; Strasuno 1 BREVDA, Resa born 1925 Strasuno 1 BREVDA, Sara 1916 Strasuno 1 PROBAITE, Nechama 1926 Strasuno 1 From Yad Vashem reports of Brewda from Vilna; Brewda David David Brewda was born in Wilna, Poland in 1906 to Yisrael and Mariasha. He was a clerk and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Wilna, Poland. During the war was in Wilna, Poland. David died in Wilna, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his sister Shreyer Tova Hakishon Street, Haifa Moshe Brewde was born in Vilna, Poland in 1902 to Yisrael. He was a merchant and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Vilna, Poland. During the war was in Vilna, Poland. Moshe died in Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his sister Shreyer Tova Hakishon Street, Haifa Chaia Brewda was born in Wilno, Poland in 1909. She was a housewife and married. Prior to WWII she lived in Wilno, Poland. During the war was in Wilno, Poland. Chaia died in Ponary. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her sister-in-law Shreyer Tova Hakishon Street, Haifa Kagan Keila Keila Kagan was born in Wilno, Poland in 1900 to Yisrael and Mariasha Brewda. She was a housewife and married. Prior to WWII she lived in Wilno, Poland. During the war was in Wilno, Poland. Keila died in Ponary. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her sister Shreyer Tova Hakishon Street, Haifa Brewda Tzipora* Tzipora Brewda was born in Baranowicze, Poland to Nakhum and Rakhel. She was a housewife and married to Yosef. Prior to WWII she lived in Wilna, Poland. During the war was in Baranowicze, Poland. Tzipora died in Baranowicze, Poland at the age of 62. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 29/11/1956 by her relative Sara Kosovsky from Kiryat Chaim Since there is a strong connection to the town Baranowicze I am pasting just a few of the many reports ( It seems that the name Brewda originated in Baranowicze) Brewda Eliahu Eliahu Brewda was born in Baranowicze, Poland to Yosef. He was a merchant. Prior to WWII he lived in Baranowicze, Poland. During the war was in Baranowicze, Poland. Eliahu died in Baranowicze, Poland at the age of 42. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 29/11/1956 by his relative Sara Kosovsky from Kiryat Chaim Brewda Yosef Yosef Brewda was born in Baranowicze, Poland. He was a merchant and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Baranowicze, Poland. During the war was in Baranowicze, Poland. Yosef died in Baranowicze, Poland at the age of 64. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 29/11/1956 by his relative Sara Kosovsky from Kiryat Chaim. ... Brevdo Haia Haia Brevdo was born in Wilno, Poland in 1922 to David and Sara. She was single. Prior to WWII she lived in Wilno, Poland. During the war was in Wilno, Poland. Haia died in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 28/12/1956 by her cousin Shalom Prutiansky in Tel Aviv Brewde Lea Lea Brewde was born in Baranowice, Poland c 1888. Lea died in Baranowice, Poland at the age of 55. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 28/04/1956 by Noakh Ritman Please give me some more information so I could do a better search.-- Best regards, Eilat
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- Thursday, May 19, 2005 at 14:37:03 (EDT) Reasearching the family of the well known Yiddish play writer; Jacob Gordin ( died in New York in 1909)---- I found his wife; Anna Gordin, living with daughter, Nettie and and son Leon in the 1920 census. Name: Anna Gordin Age: 57 years ( Beth, her great granddaughter, told me that she was born in 1859)------ Estimated birth year: abt 1863--- Birthplace: Russia------- Race: White------ Home in 1920: Bronx, Bronx, New York------ Home owned: rented---- Marital status: widow--- Year of immigration: 1890-- Able to read & write:----- Roll: T625_1141 Page: 7A ED: 418------ They wrote that the family spoke German ( most likely Yiddish)-- She lived with son Leon, age 24, accountant ( Commercial?) and daughter Nettie, age 26, Secretary ( Commercial?)---- They wrote that she came to the country in 1890 and was Na in 1902 ------------------------- In the 1910 census Name: Anna J Gordin a widow- Age in 1910: 50- Estimated birth year: abt 1860- Home in 1910: 23-Wd Brooklyn, Kings, New York-- Race: White-- Gender: Female-- Series: T624- Roll: 972- Part: 2- Page: 97A- Year: 1910- living with her were seven children. Sons Samuel? age 29, Alexander? age 28, James?, age 24 and George?, age 18 were born in Russia, daughter Nettie, age 19 also born in Russia; They arrived to the country from Russia in 1893 and then Anna had a son age Leon age 15, and a daughter Hellen, age 13, both born in New York ----------------- Name: Leon Gordin-- -Last Residence: Florida--- Born: 31 Mar 1895--- Died: Nov 1965--- State (Year) SSN issued: Florida (1959 )--- 1930 census; Leon Gordin Manhattan, New York, NY abt 1898 New York an insurance salesman, Son-in-law of Jacob Greenfield, living with the Greenfields Estelle Gordin daughter of Jacob Greenfield and Sadie Manhattan, New York, NY born abt 1907 France Greenfield daughter of Jacob Greenfield and Sadie Manhattan, New York, NY born abt 1913 ------ Name: George Gordin City: Brooklyn County: Kings State: New York Birthplace: Russia Birth Date: 31 Aug 1891 Race: White Roll: 1754502 DraftBoard: 62 -------------------- I found son James in the 1930 census---- James J Gordin Bronx, Bronx, NY born abt 1887 Russia Head Forman in Laundry?MARRIED AT AGE 24.----- Nettie Gordin Bronx, Bronx, NY abt 1893 Wife BORN IN PENNSYLVANIA--- James Gordin Bronx, Bronx, NY abt 1912 Son BORN IN NEW YORK---- Victor Gordin Bronx, Bronx, NY abt 1919 Son BORN IN NEW YORK----- -------------------- Name: James Gordin -Last Residence: 10462 Bronx, Bronx, New York, United States of America Born: 13 Dec 1886 Died: Apr 1968 State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951 ) ----------------- His son (James Gordin Bronx, Bronx, NY born abt 1912 Son) ; Name: James Gordin - Last Residence: 08759 Whiting, Ocean, New Jersey, United States of America Born: 18 May 1911 Died: Aug 1978 State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951 ) --------------------------- -Name: Margaret Gordin - Last Residence: 08759 Whiting, Ocean, New Jersey, United States of America Born: 4 Oct 1911 Died: 16 Nov 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951 --------------------- from 1994; Name: M GORDIN Address: 23 PANDA LN City: WHITING State: NJ Zipcode: 08759 Phone: (908) 555-1212 ------------------ another son; ( Victor Gordin Bronx, Bronx, NY abt 1919 ) Name: Victor A. Gordin -Last Residence: 12776 Roscoe, Sullivan, New York, United States of America Born: 7 Nov 1918 Died: 15 Jul 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: New York (1972-1973 ) -------------- I found Alexander in the 1920 Census; Name: Alexander J Gordin- Age: 38 years--- Estimated birth year: abt 1882--- Birthplace: Russia--- Race: White--- Home in 1920: 107 W. 76 St. Manhattan, New York, New York--- Home owned: rented--- Play writer--- Marital status: single--- Year of immigration: 1894 na 1902---- Able to read & write: yes---- Roll: T625_1197 Page: 1A ED: 561 Image: 1044 -------------- Daughter Elizabeth; 1920 census; Name: David Kobin Age: 37 years Estimated birth year: abt 1883 Birthplace: Odessa, Russia Race: White Home in 1920: rented 2150 Pichin? Ave Brooklyn, Kings, New York : Year of immigration: 1896 Able to read & write: yes He is a collector of a life insurance ( sounds like a "nice job") Page: 14A Marital status: Married to Elizabeth who was born in Odessa, Russia about 37 years ago ( in 1920) to parents who were born in Odessa, Russia. She came to the country in 1898- there were not citizens in 1920. All their children were born in New York; Paul was 14 in 1920--- Ella was 12-- Eugene was 10--- Lucy 7--- Vera 5--- there was no Robert in 1920.--- ED: 1417 Image: 0141 -Paul Kobin; Birth Date 23 Nov 1905 Death Date May 1976 Last Residence Brooklyn, Kings, New York ( he lived in Brooklyn all his life) --------------------- -Name: Eugene Kobin Last Residence: 90025 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States of America Born: 19 Mar 1909 Last Benefit: 55426 Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States of America Died: Oct 1984 State (Year) SSN issued: Minnesota (Before 1951 ) -------------------------------- his son; Name: Neil Kobin Birth Date: 19 Feb 1936 Birth County: Saint Louis Birth State: Minnesota Father: Eugene Kobin Mother: Helen Sukov File Number: 1936-MN-046807 ---------------------------------------- Name: Neil Kobin Born: 19 Feb 1936 Died: 29 Jul 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: Minnesota (1951 ) Name: NEIL KOBIN Birth Date: 02/19/1936 00:00:00 Death Date: 07/29/1995 00:00:00 Death Place: HENNEPIN , Minnesota State File Number: 019468 Mother's Maiden Name: SUKOV his mother; Name: Helen Kobin Last Residence: 55426 Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States of America Born: 6 Feb 1907 Died: 16 Jan 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Minnesota (Before 1951 ) ----------------------- Family of daughter Nettie; Michael Kaplan Hempstead, Nassau, NY born abt 1893 New York Head Nettie Kaplan Hempstead, Nassau, NY born abt 1896 Wife Gordin Kaplan Hempstead, Nassau, NY abt 1923 Son Edgar Kaplan Hempstead, Nassau, NY abt 1925 Son ----- Go to the Gordin family on this site for more information and pictures
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- Thursday, May 19, 2005 at 14:26:26 (EDT) On 5/16/05, ilana harwayne-gidansky wrote to the Belarus sig: I cannot seem to find any census data for ANY of my family names in Belarus, and can't find anyone from the town of Kopatkevichi. Does anyone have any information on the surnames listed below? > GURVITCH, HURWITZ-- Kopatkevichi, Belarus---- Dear Ilana, Yad vashem is a very good source of information. Checking for the town of Kopatkevichi I found 126reports. I am pasting here 3 generations reports of Gurvich/ Gurvitch family of Kopatkevichi; Gurvich Feiga Feiga Gurvich was born in Kopatkevichi, Belorussia in 1866. She was a housewife and a widow of Motel. Prior to WWII she lived in Petrikov, Belorussia. During the war was in Petrikov, Belorussia. Feiga died in 1941 in Petrikov, Belorussia at the age of 75. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 26/10/1998 by her great-granddaughter VIKTORIA MILAN of Florida Gurevich Sheil Sheil Gurevich was born in Kopatkevichi, Belorussia in 1893 to Motel and Feiga. He was a forester. Prior to WWII he lived in Kopatkevichi, Belorussia. During the war was in Petrikov, Belorussia. Sheil died in 1941 in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 15/11/1998 by his relative VIKTORIA MILAN Ginsburg Ester Ester Ginsburg nee Gurvich was born in Kopatkevichi, Belorussia in 1897 to Matel and Feiga. She was a chef and married to Samuil. Prior to WWII she lived in Petrikov, Belorussia. During the war was in Petrikov, Belorussia. Ester died in 1941 in Petrikov, Belorussia. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 26/10/1998 by her granddaughter VIKTORIA MILAN Gurvich Stysya Stysya Gurvich was born in Kopatkevitch, Belorussia in 1926 to Sheil. Prior to WWII she lived in Kopatkevichi, Belorussia. During the war was in Petrikov, Ukraine. Stysya died in 1941 in Petrikov, Ukraine. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 15/11/1998 by her relative For both reports; Submitter's Last Name MILAN Submitter's First Name VIKTORIA Language RUSSIAN Viktoria gave her address in Florida in English. Gurvich Michail Michail Gurvich was born in Kopatkevichi, Belorussia in 1928 to Sheil. Prior to WWII he lived in Kopatkevichi, Belorussia. During the war was in Kopatkevichi, Belorussia. Michail died in 1941 in Kopatkevichi, Belorussia. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 15/11/1998 by his niece VIKTORIA MILAN. VIKTORIA MILAN gave other reports of family members. You should try to locate her or other family members in the Florida address she gave as well as checking other reports from the town . Good luck, Eilat Gordin Levitan
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- Thursday, May 19, 2005 at 13:42:54 (EDT) I am the grandson of a Vilejka born Jew, I am interested in obtaining the full English version of this book, please inform me of how this is possible. Translation of Sefer zikaron kehilat Wilejka ha-mehozit, pelekh Vilna ---- Edited by Kalman Farber and Joseph Se'evi ---- Published in Tel Aviv, 1972 ---- In addition, if you have any advice of how to obtain any information on my family, surname Troscianiecki, My great grandfather , Szojel Troscianiecki married Hinda Dubin, the sister of S.H. Dubin ( Shlomo Chaim Dubin, leader of the community of Vileika before the war was sent with his family to exile during the Soviet time- he survived the war and came to Israel- He wrote many chapters in the Yizkor book), I am trying to locate my grandfather's. Aron Troscianiecki's birth certificate. He was born in Wilejka in 1926. Regards, Grant Tross (Troscianiecki)
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- Thursday, May 19, 2005 at 13:31:55 (EDT) Mr. Levitan, please note the first two messages on your Oshmyany site in "guest book" are obscene, spam type. You might want to delete these some how. I had another idea. Perhaps instead of incuding names of researchers on your site, you should refer people to JewishGen JGFF. Then they would have to properly register to have access to this information. ALthough I am an ardent genealogist (most active 20 years ago though), I still am very sensitive about my identity, privacy, etc. Identity theft, harassment, etc. Dear Mr. Levitan, another comment on your wonderful Oshmyany site...I think you should double check the punctuation on the description of the location of the town in the various countries over the different historical periods. It is a little confusing, the use of the ;, the semi-colon. Thank you, Heidi F
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- Wednesday, May 18, 2005 at 13:54:48 (EDT) Today I called Chain Taicz in Kibbutz Dorot, Israel. Chaim taicz@dorot.org.il and taicz_1950@hotmail.com, wrote me how happy he was to find the Druja site with pictures of his grandfathers' grave ( Kalman Taicz) and his uncle Shia, who survived the war as a partisan. Shia died in the area of Druja c 1970. Chaims' father; Shulem Taicz, was born in 1904 to Kalman and Chaia. He left Druja in 1925 and moved to Argentina. He came with his children to Israel in 1965 and died there in 1970. Some reports from Yad Vashem; Tajc Chaja ======= Chaja Tajc was born in Droja, Poland in 1877. She was a housewife and a widow of Kalman. Prior to WWII she lived in Droja, Poland. During the war was in Droja, Poland. Chaja died in 1942 in Droja, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/03/1957 by her acquaintance Chaia Livshitz from Kiryat Ono, Israel Tajc Zalman ========= Zalman Tajc was born in Droja, Poland in 1910 to Kalman and Khaia. He was a merchant and single. Prior to WWII he lived in Droja, Poland. During the war was in Droja, Poland. Zalman died in 1942 in Droja, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/03/1957 by his acquaintance Chaia Livshitz from Kiryat Ono, Israel Tajc Chaim ======== Chaim Tajc was born in Droja, Poland in 1902 to Kalman and Khaia. He was a butcher and married to Sara nee Glazer. Prior to WWII he lived in Droja, Poland. During the war was in Droja, Poland. Chaim died in 1942 in Droja, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/03/1957 by his acquaintance Tajc Sara Mirjam ======== Sara Mirjam Tajc nee Glazer was born in Droja, Poland in 1907 to Gedalia. She was a housewife and married to Khaim. Prior to WWII she lived in Droja, Poland. During the war was in Droja, Poland. Mirjam died in 1942 in Droja, Poland with son Kelman age 10 and another son age 8. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/03/1957 by her acquaintance Chaia Livshitz from Kiryat Ono, Israel Lurie Sara Tzila nee Teitz========== Tzila Lurie nee Teitz was born in Droja, Poland in 1892 to Kalman and Khaia. She was a housewife and married to Khaim. Prior to WWII she lived in Droja, Poland. During the war was in Droja, Poland. Tzila died in 1942 in Droja, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/03/1957 by her relative from Israel, Chaia Livshitz from Kiryat Ono, Israel ----------------------- Taitz Aron Chaim========= Aron Chaim Taitz was born in Druja, Poland in 1904 to Kalman and Rokhl Nadel. He was a clerk and married to Sora. Prior to WWII he lived in Druja, Poland. During the war was in Druja, Poland. Aron died in 1942 in Druja, Poland at the age of 38. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his nephew from Russia Dejcz Jcchok =========== Jcchok Dejcz was born in Widze, Poland in 1887 to Khaim and Perel. He was a fruit trader and married to Sara nee Kofkin. Prior to WWII he lived in Druja, Poland. During the war was in Druja. Jcchok died in 1942 in Druja. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his son Dejcz Sara ======= Sara Dejcz was born in Druja, Poland in 1898 to Beniamin and Hinda. She was a housewife and married to Yitzkhak. During the war was in Druja. Sara died in 1942 in Druja. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her son Dejcz Mojsce ====== Mojsce Dejcz was born in Druja, Poland in 1912 to Yitzkhak and Sara. He was a journalist and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Druja, Poland. During the war was in Druja, Poland. Mojsce died in 1942 in Druja, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his brother Dajtsz Ester ======== Ester Dajtsz was born in Droja, Poland in 1915 to Mendel and Bela. She was a housewife and single. Prior to WWII she lived in Droja, Poland. During the war was in Droja, Poland. Ester died in 1942 in Droja, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/03/1957 by her acquaintance. Dajtsz Sara ========== Sara Dajtsz was born in Druja, Poland in 1911 to Mendel. She was a seamstress and single. Prior to WWII she lived in Druja, Poland. During the war was in Druja, Poland. Sara died in 1942 in Druja, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/03/1957 by Khaia Lifshitz Dajtsz Nechama ========== Nechama Dajtsz was born in Druja, Poland in 1917 to Mendel and Bela. She was a housewife and married. Prior to WWII she lived in Druja, Poland. During the war was in Druja, Poland. Nechama died in 1942 in Druja, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/03/1957 by her acquaintance. Rotenberg Ita nee Dejcz Ita Rotenberg was born in Druja, Poland in 1906 to Yitzkhak and Sara. She was a housewife and married to Yisrael. During the war was in Druja. Ita died in 1942 in Druja. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her brother. Rotenberg Israel Israel Rotenberg was born in Druja, Poland in 1906. He was a bank clerk and married to Ita nee Doich. Prior to WWII he lived in Druja, Poland. During the war was in Druja, Poland. Israel died in 1942 in Druja, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his brother-in-law
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- Saturday, May 14, 2005 at 13:28:06 (EDT) Message: Have returned yesterday from Yom Hashoah at Auschwitz. We live in Cape town South Africa, where my mother lived for the last 10 years of her life and died there in 1992. She came to South Africa in 1930 from Derechin and left 6 siblings, their spouses, children and her parents. they all were shot and dumped in mass graves around 1942 by the Germans. Their name was Agulnik sometimes known as Ogulnik. This was a large family in Derechin and Baranowicz. We have the Derechin Yiskor book where the family features prominently in many photos. If anyone has any other information about this extended family we would love to know as much as possible Thank You Denise Dogon (dogon@iafrica.com)
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- Friday, May 13, 2005 at 13:15:10 (EDT) my name is Naomi Baum. I am the daughter of Max Podberesky form Alexandros, Russia. Max' father was Louis Podberesky from Vishinev, Vilna, Russia. He was Married to Luba Finklestein. They had 6 children, Sara ( 1907), Lea (1909), Mordeche(1910), Rebecca(1912), Harry (1914) , Roslyn (1916) who was a twin ..I live in Totronto, Canada and would like to trace back to my roots for my children.i f you wish to contact me you can at my email address.thanks and hope you find what your looking for. bye..........for now....... naomibaum@hotmail.com
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- Friday, May 13, 2005 at 13:10:02 (EDT) I have read the Dunilovichi page for the first time, you have made a great effort and I appreciate this. My name is Daniel Wainer, born in Buenos Aires, and now living in Kiriat Bialik since 1999. I am the grandson of Meyer Svirsky Z"L and Itke Ligumsky Z"L. Meyer's father was Yoel Pinie Svirsky (image #dun-23:), and Itke's father was Shmuel Ligumsky. My grand parents abandoned Dunilovicze before the Holocaust, Mayer's brother is Nachke Svirsky Z"L (image #dun-23:) who also went to Argentina before the War. Itke's brother Abraham Z"L (Abrashe) also lived in Buenos Aires, his daughters are now living in Kiriat Motzkin and Natania. As I know, two sisters of Mayer and Nachke (image #dun-23:) survived the Shoa and lived in Siberia in the USSR, they were some time in contact by mail after the war, but I have no idea what happened with them, and even do not know their names. May be that their descendents made aliah with the big Russian inmigration. As you know there is a book about the shtetles in the region of glubokie, edited in Yidish in Buenos Aires, Nahke was one of the colaborators. I know a person who is in possesion of one, and can easily be achieved. Daniel Wainer Kiriat Bialik dwainer@netvision.net.il
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. - Thursday, April 28, 2005 at 20:12:08 (EDT) From: bob@becker-ks.com (Bob Becker) Date: 19 Apr 2005, 11:31:58 PM Home Page: http://www.haynt.org Message: I have information about Shmuel B. Yatskan, founder of the the newspaper "Haynt", at www.haynt.org.
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- Saturday, April 23, 2005 at 14:08:46 (EDT) From: shemi_buff@hotmail.com (Gady Margalit) I am the Son of Ilana Margalit (Hesta Shapiro) the daughter of Rosa and Yaakov Shapiro son of Sara Gerstein and Gesic Shapiro My Mom and my nephew came across your PDF file when searching for Nina Shapiro phone number and immediately recognized it as part of our family tree. I have tried to build the family tree for quite some time and it is the first time I came across such detailed structure of my Great grandmother Sarah Gerstein (who her name was unknown to me till I saw in your site). My Mom Hesta Shapiro (now known as Ilana Margalit) is Married and have 4 children and 13 grandchildren. (all Live in Israel) Alik Shapiro is married and have 3 children, It was a nice surprise to see what a huge and live family tree I have from my mother side (who when I was 13 and needed to do a family tree for Scholl gave me a note to school that we don t have a family tree) Now I am 34 and I see that we have and a big one indeed. Thanks Eilat for posting the family tree..
Gady Margalit
- Saturday, April 23, 2005 at 10:27:17 (EDT) ALERT TO FAMILY OF CHAIM ABRAMSON, Bnai Brak: My Family Names: Abramson/Milkovsky/Dudman/Davidson/Chumash/Shevin/Drexler/Many more. My families were from Kreva and Vishneveh. Hello to all my relatives in Israel, even though I only know a few of you. I have been reading a lot in these pages about my great uncle Sholom Abramson's brother Chaim, who came to live in B'nai B'rak. Sadly, I have never been to Israel, but many family members have. I am 44 and the youngest on all sides of the family, this generation. Chaim's daughter Laika and her husband Avram Gofer and their family have come to New York to see my family and I last saw Laika in 2000 at my mother Rhea's home in Rochester, NY. I especially remember Laika's son Noam and her daughter Tali (Gordin). There was also a relative named Ziva who came to see us who was very sweet to me. My father Sheldon and his sister Ella were the children of Sam Drexler and Ida Millkofsky. My aunt Ella (Shevin), is also in Rochester. Ida's parents were Abram Millkofsky and Shayna Fruma (Fanny) Abramson. Shayna's parent's were Eliahu and Itta Abramson (Chaim's grandparents). My gramma Ida's sister, my great aunt Anna, was married to Sholom Abramson (Chaim's brother), her first cousin! So, this gets confusing! To make it more confusing, my great gramma Shayna and her sister Shlaveh(Sylvia) married Millkofsky brothers! Shlaveh's husband was Jacob Millkofsky. I would love to hear from any of you. I live in Portland, Oregon. Telephone: 503-285-6812. Email: thedrex@comcast.net. I also have family in Israel on my mother's side. My mom's mom was Channa Yitta (Yetta) Friedman Lipchitz. She was from Glowaczow (Pronounced Gluvachuv) Poland. It was a tiny Shtetl south, and maybe west of Warsaw.
Karen Drexler < thedrex@comcast.net >
- Friday, April 22, 2005 at 20:57:44 (EDT) Volozhin Descendants in Israel THE MULTI-SHTETL MEMORIAL SERVICE OF SHOAH MARTYRS FROM RADUSHKOVITSH-KRASNE-HORODOK-RAKOV-VOLOZHIN AREA The multi-Shtetl Memorial Service took place in the WIZO House, 38 David Hamelekh Str. Tel Aviv at Sunday Evening, on April 5, 2005. On the agenda were Words of the shtetl representatives, El Male Rahamim & Kaddish, Candles lighting and refreshments. The purpose of the AZKARA was to pass on the memory of our annihilated congregations to the young generation. The hall was filled with about 130 people, most of them Shoah survivors' children and grand children. Some 20 participants were children of Volozhin descendants and among them: Michl Wand Polak's daughter and two grand daughters, Binie Kahanovitsh's two grand sons, Shlomo Goloventshits daughter, Benyamin Shishko's daughter, Mendl Potashnik's brother, Hayim Potashniks children, Leah Nahshon-Shif's son, Shaye Lavit's daughter, Shvartsberg's children, two of my grand kids (they lighted the sixth candle), Leyzer Melzer with his son and others. Dr Isaak Zilburg conducted the ceremony. The shtetl's representatives delivered speeches. Radushkovitsh was represented by Tsila Zilburgh, Horodok by yakov Eydelman, Rakov by Grinholz Krasne by Shimon Grinhoyz. Brunia Rabinovitsh, who survived the Horodok Ghetto read her poesy about the murdered children. I, Moshe Porat-Perlman represented Volozhin. Here is some of my speech; .During the last five years we did not organize a Volozhin Martyrs Memorial Service. Many who were born in our shtetl passed away recently, may they rest in peace: The Deceased from Volozhin who made Aliya in the thirties, were paramount among those who produced and lay the foundation to our state of Israel. Amongst them to be found; Professor Yona Ben Sasson, the Volozhin Rabbi's son, his brother Moshe Ben Sasson, who also made Aliya, was murdered by Arab terrorists in 1937 Bela Saliternik nee Kramnik took care of the Volozhin Shoah survivors who came in the late forties, she was their sister and mother alike, her home was their home; Mordekhay Malkin, my mother's brother, a pioneer-Haluts, his son Eytan born in Kibuts Givat Ada fell in Sinai on the Yom Kippur war. Amongst the deceased were those who survived the war in Siberia, where they were expelled in 1940 by the Soviets, after they occupied the shtetl and before the Nazi's conquered it. They made Aliya in 1947/8: Lea Nahshon nee Shiff; Miryam Levitan nee Rosenberg; Bat Shevah Wand Polak, our family neighbor/rival in Volozhin and best friend in Siberia. Deceased that did survive the war as partisans in the Volozhin forests and as soldiers in the Red Army: Yakov Kagan, Benyamin Kleinbord, Issaya Lavit. MAY THEY ALL REST IN PEACE Five years ago was the last year that we memorialized our Volozhin martyrs in public. The reason to this idleness was the rejoinder of our landesleit to the azkara invitations. We sought a solution and we found it at Eilat Gordin's multi shtetl site. We understood that we should create a multi shtetl forum, which would act in common. We were not obliged to create it. The forum existed. We asked to join and we joined the Radushkovits-Horodok common memorial ceremony. It is not the first time that congregations of Jews from between Vilna and Minsk shtetlakh supported each other. Dr Abraham Yablons tells in his article "Volozhiners in America" (Vol.Yizkor Book page 18) as follows: At the start of the Russian Jews emigration to America, the Volozhiners used to gather on Saturdays to assemble a Minyan for religion services. This arrangement continued until the first death of a landsman. Fifteen of Volozhin newcomers went together to arrange the burial, but they did not have burial grounds of their own. Therefore, they asked and obtained a grave from the Radoshkovitser congregation. It happened on the final day of Passover 1885, just 120 years ago. There was much of common between the Litwak congregations. Many weddings happened between bridegrooms and brides from neighboring towns. Many shtetl boys came to learn in Volozhin. I personally studied 8 years in Volozhin Hebrew Tarbut School. My teachers were from surrounding shtetls'. Yakov finger the Hebrew teacher came from Sol, Taller the Bible and religion teacher from Moltshad', Shlomo Baykalski the Polish language teacher from Zheludok, Yakov Lifshits the school manager- from Rakov, Fruma Gapanovitsh from Raduskovits. The Shtetl Jews used to live together they also were murdered together during the dreadful Holocaust. Yakov Lifshitz from Rakov married Fruma from Radoshkovits, their two daughters were born in Volozhin, Both of them Shoshanele 9 years old, Hayele at the age of 6 with their father and grandmother together were slaughtered in Horodok on July 9, 1942. The shtetls inhabitants lived and died together. They also fought the enemy together. Sheyna Lidski from Horodok wrote her poem to Leyzer Rogovin, the Soviet Union national hero in Yiddish (Volozhin Yizkor Book, page 667): I recall, Leyzer Rogovin, the rebellious hero, the partisan from Volozhin, You went on your fighting battle way, With the Horodok hero partisans Nazi trains to blow away Some words about Volozhin and its yeshiva When one hears Volozhin, he recalls the "Ets Hayim" (Tree of Life) Volozhin Yeshiva. Rabbi Hayim, the Volozhin born Rabbi with the shtetls Jews, according to the Vilna Gaon directions, founded and established a religious school. It became the most important Jewish academy of the nineteenth century. At its culmination, 400 yeshiva boys, the best talented youngsters of the Jewish world, studied within its walls. The Volozhin students became great scholars, Religious teachers, politician leaders, great Rabbis, poets and writers. A visitor to Israel will encounter many streets with names of Volozhin Yeshiva graduates like Hayim Nahman Bialik, Miha Berdichevski, Alter Droyanov, Itskhak Yakov Reiness, Harav Avraham Itshak Hkohen Koock, Aharon Harkabi, Shmuel Mohaliver, Zeev Visotski, Mordhay Nahmany and many others. The interested tourist will even find a street called "Volozhin Yeshiva"and a Kibbuts named Hanaziv (the famous Yeshiva head). He might also visit the Ramat Gan University bearing the name of the Volozhin born and its yeshiva student Meyir Bar Ilan ( nee Berlin). One of the most prominent students of the Ets Hayim Yeshivah was H. N. Bialik, our national poet. He wrote his "to the Bird" verses on a hill on the brook, we called it "the Bialik Mount". Volozhin was the topic of his poems "Hamatmid" and "Beit Hamidrash". Bialik was also the author of the "Slaughter City" It was written years later when Russian Soldiers murdered Jews at the "Pogrom" in Kishinev. I would like to cite there some words pronounced by the Shtetl's representative at the Volozhin Martyrs Memorial inauguration in Tel Aviv cemetery on May 1980. Close to Mount Bialik passed the dolorous way to anihilation, The poet never thought that the BET HAMIDRASH village, the town of To the Bird and HAMATMID, would become at its end The Slaughter City. On a wonderful blue sky day, Between our Freedom Holiday and the Festival of Torah Giving, The terrible, enormous, inhuman slaughter took place. When God called for spring and slaughter together, The sun was shining; the acacias were in bloom, And the butcher murdered. Expelled from the ghetto kennels, jammed, bleeding in the blacksmith's workshop, Humiliated, Beaten, injured, murdered and burned, the Jews of Volozhin went up in flames! The Killers were bestially satisfied, the local gentiles happy and drunk, The bells of the churches ringed, the harmonicas played when our parents, sisters, brothers and children went up in fire! They went up for ever! Our Volozhin descendants' organization in Israel was dedicated to memorize the 300 years existence of our congregation, a little Litwak shtetl amid the way from Vilna to Minsk, a little town with a great name. We gathered every year ever since the war end and until the end of the previous
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   Katrina Bowlin-Mackenzie

" ONIONS! I had never heard this!!!


ONIONS! I had never heard this!!!

PLEASE READ TO THE END: IMPORTANT



In 1919 when the flu killed 40 million people there was this Doctor that visited the many farmers to see if he could help them combat the flu...

Many of the farmers and their families had contracted it and many died.

The doctor came upon this one farmer and to his surprise, everyone was very healthy. When the doctor asked what the farmer was doing that was different the wife replied that she had placed an unpeeled onion in a dish in the rooms of the home, (probably only two rooms back then). The doctor couldn't believe it and asked if he could have one of the onions and place it under the microscope. She gave him one and when he did this, he did find the flu virus in the onion. It obviously absorbed the bacteria, therefore, keeping the family healthy.

Now, I heard this story from my hairdresser. She said that several years ago, many of her employees were coming down with the flu, and so were many of her customers. The next year she placed several bowls with onions around in her shop. To her surprise, none of her staff got sick. It must work. Try it and see what happens. We did it last year and we never got the flu.

Now there is a P. S. to this for I sent it to a friend in Oregon who regularly contributes material to me on health issues. She replied with this most interesting experience about onions:

Thanks for the reminder. I don't know about the farmer's story...but, I do know that I contacted pneumonia, and, needless to say, I was very ill... I came across an article that said to cut both ends off an onion put it into an empty jar, and place the jar next to the sick patient at night. It said the onion would be black in the morning from the germs...sure enough it happened just like that...the onion was a mess and I began to feel better.

Another thing I read in the article was that onions and garlic placed around the room saved many from the black plague years ago. They have powerful antibacterial, antiseptic properties.

This is the other note. Lots of times when we have stomach problems we don't know what to blame. Maybe it's the onions that are to blame. Onions absorb bacteria is the reason they are so good at preventing us from getting colds and flu and is the very reason we shouldn't eat an onion that has been sitting for a time after it has been cut open.

LEFT OVER ONIONS ARE POISONOUS

I had the wonderful privilege of touring Mullins Food Products, Makers of mayonnaise. Questions about food poisoning came up, and I wanted to share what I learned from a chemist.

Ed, who was our tour guide, is a food chemistry whiz. During the tour, someone asked if we really needed to worry about mayonnaise. People are always worried that mayonnaise will spoil. Ed's answer will surprise you. Ed said that all commercially-made mayo is completely safe.

"It doesn't even have to be refrigerated. No harm in refrigerating it, but it's not really necessary." He explained that the pH in mayonnaise is set at a point that bacteria could not survive in that environment. He then talked about the summer picnic, with the bowl of potato salad sitting on the table, and how everyone blames the mayonnaise when someone gets sick.

Ed says that, when food poisoning is reported, the first thing the officials look for is when the 'victim' last ate ONIONS and where those onions came from (in the potato salad?). Ed says it's not the mayonnaise (as long as it's not homemade mayo) that spoils in the outdoors. It's probably the ONIONS, and if not the onions, it's the POTATOES.

He explained onions are a huge magnet for bacteria, especially uncooked onions. You should never plan to keep a portion of a sliced onion.. He says it's not even safe if you put it in a zip-lock bag and put it in your refrigerator.

It's already contaminated enough just by being cut open and out for a bit, that it can be a danger to you (and doubly watch out for those onions you put in your hotdogs at the baseball park!). Ed says if you take the leftover onion and cook it like crazy you'll probably be okay, but if you slice that leftover onion and put on your sandwich, you're asking for trouble. Both the onions and the moist potato in a potato salad, will attract and grow bacteria faster than any commercial mayonnaise will even begin to break down.

Also, dogs should never eat onions. Their stomachs cannot metabolize onions.

Please remember it is dangerous to cut an onion and try to use it to cook the next day, it becomes highly poisonous for even a single night and creates toxic bacteria which may cause adverse stomach infections because of excess bile secretions and even food poisoning.

Please pass this on to all you love and care about.-Thanks Marcia Carter  " (Fim do texto postado pelo perfil )

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