NECROLOGY

A partial Necrology of the Jewish residents of Shchedrin and Parich (Parichi) and their families who perished on the 8th, 9th, & March 10, 1942 when the Nazi's slaughtered 1,123 people. The Nazi murderers drove the Jews from the ghettos of Shchedrin and Parich and other close towns to a point beyond the cemetery and Kutchimre Way, the main street. The Nazis made the men and boys dig ditches that they said were to be used to "stop the Russians from returning". Then they shot the residents and those not "quite dead" were buried alive by the bulldozers covering the mass grave.

Many honor these souls on Adar 19-21.

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NOTE: This list is compiled from the family genealogies collected by Harry L. Katz at the annual Schedriner meetings and Yad Vashem on-line database. Some birth dates are guesses and might be off by 20-years. As of August 2006, the Yad Vashem records had 504 people who were born in Shchedrin (there are some duplicates when different family or friends file a Page of Testimony for the same person). I have e-mailed alternative names and correction to Yad Vashem.


Some correction have been made in this listing, for example, sometimes the year of death in Shchedrin was given as 1941, or 1944, these were changed to 8-Mar-1942 although the Page of Testimony details under Notes in the link was not changed.

Names in English with link to location below (which follows the Hebrew alphabet spelling).

AISENSTAT (AIZENSHTAT*, AISENSTADT, EISENSTADT, EISENSTAT), AKSELROD (aka AXELROD), ALSHANSKI* (OLSHANSKY), ASTRIN*,

BALATOVSKI, BASS (BAS*), BELKIN (also see VELIKIN*), BERGMAN, BLYAKHER*,

CHAITMAN, CHAVKIN (related names CHAFKIN, KHABKIN, KHAVKIN, HAVKIN),

DENBURG (DEMBURG*), DOBIN*, DUBROVSKY (DUBROVSKI*),

EHRENBERG (ERENBURG*), EINBUND* (in Parichi), EISENSTADT (EISENSTAT, AISENSTAT, AIZENSHTAT*), EL, EPSTEIN (EPSHTEIN*),

FINKELSTEIN, FRADKIN, FRIEDLAND (FRIDLEND*, FRIDLIN*, or FRIDLYAND*),

GANKIN* (HENKIN), GANZMAN, GELFAND (HELFAND), GERCHIKOV* (GERCZYKOW*), GERLIKH (variant of GORELIK), GISIN (maybe related to GASIN, GOSIN, GUSHIN), GOLANT*, GOLOD, GOLODETZ, GOLOSMAN* (variant of HOLESMAN), GOLUB, GORELIK (GORELICK is a variant), GOSIN (maybe related to GASIN, GISIN, GUSHIN), GRALIK * (possilby a GORELIK variant), GREENBERG, GRIBUDOV*, GRINBERG*, GRINSHCHSTEIN*,

HELFAND (GELFAND), HENKIN (GANKIN*), HOLESMAN (variant of GOLESMAN), HORELICK,

KAGAN*, KAIKOV, KAPLAN, KAPLOOM (variant of KAPLUN*), KAPUTKIN, KARASIK*, KIMMELMAN (KIMELMAN*), KITAICHIK, KITAIN, KITRIN, KOPELEV*, KORCHER*, KOZAK, KURTZER,

LAPIDUS*, LEVED, LEVIN*, LIFSHITZ (LIVSHITZ* maybe unrelated),

MACHTINEH (variant of MAKHTIN, MAKTIN*), MADORSKY, MAIZEL, MALY, MARGOLIN,

OKUN (OKUNEV*) , OLSHANSKY (ALSHANSKI*),

PALEI* (PALEY, PALLEY), PARTON (PORTON*), PEREVOSHKENEH, PERSKY (PERSKI*), PEVZNER* (PEWZNER*), PINSKER*, PINSKY* (PINSKI*), PINTOV*, PLOTKIN, POLONETZKI,

RASHKINE, RIDNER*, ROKHLIN* (ROHLIN*, RAKHLIN*),

SAMARDIN, SAMPSON, SELIGMAN (ZELIKMAN*), SIMONOVSKI*, SLAVIN*,

SHENDEROVICH* (SANDERSON in Canada), SHTEINBUK* (SHTAINBOOK), SHUB,

TARSHIS, TREGUBOV*,

TSUKAVITSKY,

VALCHONIK, VECOLOER, VELIKIN* (VILIKEN, also see BELKIN), VERTKIN* (WERTKIN), VEXLER (WECHSLER), VIGDORCHIK, VILIKEN, VOLFSON* (WOLFSON), VOLPERT*, VONSON,

WERTKIN (VERTKIN*), WECHSLER (VEXLER), WOLFSON* (VOLFSON),

ZELDIN*, ZELIKMAN* (aka ZELIGMAN, SELIGMAN), ZUBER

names marked came first from Harry L. Katz Collection. Those given by Yossie MARGOLIN are marked (YM)
* designates names first found on Yad Vashem Page of Testimony.
Colors are used as follows:
Entry is duplicated under maiden name
Shchedriner who died someplace other than Shchedrin


  Pages of Testimony

The names are registered on 'Pages of Testimony', a specially devised form of legal validity. These are held in perpetuity in Yad Vashem's 'Hall of Names', where they stand in silent memory of the victims and in lieu of the marked graves they never had. [from JewishGen.org]

The Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names only has 504 names as of August 2006. Results of search for victims whose place of birth (including synonyms) is 'Shchedrin'. Please note: There may be more than one record for the same victim, originating from one or more sources. [from Yad Vashem]

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Alphebetical List of Shchedriners in Pages of Testimony


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In 1975 Sara LIFSHITZ visited Pittsburgh and attended the first Schedriner Meeting. In a tape recorded interview, in Yiddish, she spoke of escaping into the forest to avoid the Nazi's. Her two children by her first husband, Lev LEBED, were killed.


Yossel MARGOLIN gave Harry L. Katz names after he emigrated from Russia. His list was house-by-house on Sauergass, the main street. (Names have YM after them)


[Excerpt] "Group Recalls Killing Of Families By Nazis"
Tim Brightbill,
The Miami Herald, January 27, 1986

Rabbi Yossie Denburg of Coral Springs reminded the Schedriners to carry on "not only the memories, but also the feelings and the promise of Schedrin." Afterward, he said his father, Leibl, narrowly missed the 1943 tragedy. "When the Communists began to put pressure on the village in 1939, he went to Moscow. He was supposed to have gone back [to the village] in the summer of '42. He became sick and postponed his train ride one day. That's the day the Germans came in."

[Formerly on http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bobruisk/bobhist.html]
Hitler's army conquers Bobruisk. On Nov. 7, 1941 at the hands of the Nazi S. S. Einzatzgruppe B, in the town of Yeloviki, approx. 20,000 Bobruisk Jews are shot and buried in mass graves. A general slaughter is also carried out in Hlusk, Paritch, Uzarich and Dragonavka. Ghetto and labor camp are established near airstrip on southwest side of town. Some Jews previously evacuated by Soviets to Uzbekistan. Nazi authorities declare Bobruisk judenrein ("Jew-free").

[Excerpted from The American Press and the Holocaust by Paul Wieser, in Classroom Focus. Article also has Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1942. Also included are maps by George F. McCleary, Jr., Darin T. Grauberger, and Michael G. Noll, and a chronology of the Holocaust by Stephen Feinberg.]
The Einsatzgruppen, mobile killing units of the SS, followed the army as the German military assault advanced eastward across the Soviet Union in 1941. From June 1941 to December 1942, the Einsatzgruppen murdered more than 900,000 Jews and several hundred thousand non-Jewish Russians. The left-hand map traces the paths of the four mobile killing squads as they established headquarters at different sites and moved into the adjacent countryside eliminating Jewish communities. The map at the right shows destroyed communities in the area south and west of Minsk. Useful sources include: Gary Mokotoff and Sallyann Amdur Sack, Where Once We Walked: A Guide to the Jewish Communities Destroyed in the Holocaust (Teaneck, NJ: Avotaynu, 1991), which has been used to compile the destroyed communities map; Raul Hilberg, The Destruction of the European Jews (New York: Holmes and Meier, 1985); and Helmut Krausnick and Hans-Heinrich Wilhelm, Die Truppe des Weltanschaungskrieges: Die Einsatzgruppen der Sicherheitspolizei und des SD, 1938-42 (Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlags-Anstatt, 1981), from which the data for the left-hand map have been obtained.

[source: A Survivor of War and Holocaust by Regina Sanderson] "The way they would kill the people in the ghetto in Bobriusk was, they would put about 30 Jews into a truck and take them out into the forest. There they would make them line up next to a huge ditch and shoot them. Maria was told by her father to jump out of the truck and to run for her life. Because if she didnt she would definitely be killed. This way she had a chance to escape; she was young and could run fast. Maria took her fathers advice and jumped out of the truck and ran towards the forest away from the Nazis. Of course the Germans did shoot at her and luckily they missed. It was a cold November day and it was snowing heavily."

[another source is Aish: Headlines-Timelines 1942] July 1, 1942 -- Massacres of Jews in Minsk, Lida and Slonim.


In 1990, Harry Katz was contacted by Sonya LVOVICH, of 5615 Phillips Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 155217 (412) 521 8860 of the Plotkin tribe. She and her family miraculously escaped into the woods around Shchredin just before the roundup by the Nazis on March 8, 1942. Her father was suspicious when Nazi soldiers appeared on Sunday, March 8, 1942 (19 Adar) and started to build fences around the town. Jews from Bobroisk (Babruysk, Bobruijk, Babroisk), Paritch & nearby towns had already been killed and survivors streamed into Shchedrin thinking it would be overlooked. The Nazis completed the roundup and machine gunned 1123 of our relatives. It took 3 days to cover the bodies in a ditch. Ten survivors escaped that night, having been wounded superficially.


Surnames beginning with "alef":

AIZENSHTAT
Surname found in "Pages of Testimony "
(Alternative spellings in North America include AIZENSHTAT, AISENSTADT, AISENSTAT, EISENSTADT, EISENSTAT)

[The following is a typical Page of Testimony. These pages have been reproduced under each peson. Click on the person and see "Note."]

Rive AIZENSHTAT
The victim Rive UNKNOWN nee AIZENSHTAT (aka EISENSHTAT) was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia. She was married to Reuven Haim. Prior to WWII she lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia. During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia. She died in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 22/07/1999 by her relative Rina PEVZNER.


Sore AIZENSHTAT nee TZIVKIN was born in Bortniki, Poland in 1880 to Shmuel and Basia. She was a widowed of Leivik. Prior to WWII she lived in Shchedrin. Sore perished in 1941 in Polesye. Page of Testimony submitted by her nephew, Grigori TZIVKIN.
      Sore Beile's children:
       Vulf AIZENSHTAT, 1909-1942. Son of Leivik and Sore nee TZIVKIN. He was a technician and single. Prior to WWII he lived in Leningrad. During the war was in Army, USSR. Page of Testimony submitted by his cousin, Grigori TZIVKIN.
       Shimon AIZENSHTAT, 1918-1942. Son of Leivik and Sore nee TZIVKIN. He was an actor and single. Prior to WWII he lived in Leningrad. During the war was in Army, USSR. Page of Testimony submitted by his cousin, Grigori TZIVKIN.

  The following family is a copy of of material shown with GRIBUDOV:
Sheina GRIBUDOV nee AIZENSHTAT, wife of Khaim. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Rina PEVZNER
      Child of Sheina:
      Esther GRIBUDOV, daughter of Khaim GRIBUDOV and Sheina [AIZENSHTAT]. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Rina PEVZNER. Original listing under GRIBUDOV.

Iosef (Yosef) AIZENSHTAT, 1900-1942, Army USSR, son of Abram and Seina. Page of Testimony submitted by his daughter from Uzbekistan, Riva ESTRIN.

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AKSELROD-AXELROD
Nekhama "Nina" AKSELROD nee ZELIKMAN, 1907-1942, daughter of Aron and Khaya ZELIKMAN, wife of Ziama AKSELROD. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Roza ZELIKMAN.


ASTRIN-ESTRIN*
Avraham ASTRIN (or ESTRIN), Avraham Astrin was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) to Shmuel and Itka nee Rapaport. He was a physician and married to Dvora. During the war was in Belorussia. Avraham perished in [Belgium]. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his cousin. [Shimon RUBIN]


EHRENBERG-ERENBURG-YERENBURG
(not listed in the Bobroisk Yiskor Book "Surnames found in the Index"
Zlate EHRENBERG b. circa 1900, husband's name is not known)
unknown names of children_#1, #2, #3, and #4
The Nazis threw a geanade into the home on March 8th

Leyb EHRENBERG b. circa 1884 (husband of ??; son of Shaya EHRENBERG and Chai Gita MACHTIN)

daughter EHRENBERG b. circa 1920 (daughter of Leyb and ??) (wife of ??)

Iser ERENBURG, 1890-[1942]. Son of Gilel [Hillel] and Perla. He was a sales person and married to Freida. Page of Testimony submitted by his son from Italy, David Yerenburg.
Freida ERENBURG nee KORCHER, 1895-[1942]. Daughter of Isroil and Alta. She was a housewife and married to Gilel (Hilel). Page of Testimony submitted by her [son] from Italy, David Yerenburg. Information copy under KORCHER.
       Children of Freida and Hillel (Gilel) aka Iser:
       Dina ERENBURG, 1922-[1942]. Daughter of Iser and Freida nee Korcher. She was a housewife and married to Gilel (Hilel). Page of Testimony submitted by her [brother] from Italy, David Yerenburg. Information copy under KORCHER. Page of Testimony submitted by her neighbour from Ukraine, I. PERSKI

Nakhum ERENBURG 1899-1942, born in Shchedrin to Shaya [and Khya Gira]. Nokhim perished in 1942 in Shchedrin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/10/1981 by his brother-in-law, [Nakhum (Naum) OKUNEV].
Riva ERENBURG nee OKUN, 1902-1942, born in Shchedrin to Esther [PINKSI] [and Shmerl OKUN]. Riva perished in 1942 in Shchedrin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/10/1981 by his brother, [Nakhum (Naum) OKUNEV]. An information copy is under OKUN.
       Children of Nakhum and Riva:
       Semion YERENBURG (or ERENBURG), 1914-1941, was born in Shchedrin to Nakhum and Tzvia. He was an officer and married to Sara. Prior to WWII he lived in Aginskoye, Russia (ussr). During the war was in Army, Ussr. Semion perished in 1941 in the Shoah at the age of 27. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his son. [Maia ERENBERG]
       Rakhil ERENBURG was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1922 to Nokhim and Riva. Prior to WWII she lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). Rakhil perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/10/1981 by her uncle. [Nakhum OKUNEV]
       Shaya ERENBURG was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1925 to Nokhim and Riva. Prior to WWII he lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). Shaya perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/10/1981 by his uncle. [Nakhum OKUNEV]
       Sima ERENBURG was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1929 to Nokhin and Riva. Prior to WWII she lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). Sima perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/10/1981 by her uncle. [Nakhum (Naum) OKUNEV]
       Elkona ERENBURG (EHRENBURG), Elkana escaped Nazi bullets in woods outside Shchedrin. He was 12-years-old. He was one of the 36 who escaped the Shchedrine roundup March 7 to March 10, 1942. He was a freedom fighter until 14-1/2. He went back to his home only to have the Russian Army chase him away. He had no place to eat or sleep for three days until he found his uncle Okun. He married a Jewish girl and has two children. [from Harry L:. Katz Collection]
       Motl ERENBURG was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1931 to Nokhin and Riva. Prior to WWII he lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). Motl perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 10/02/1981 by his uncle, [Nakhum OKUNEV].

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EINBUND
Esia DVORKIN nee EINBUND, 1910-1942, daughter of Benya and Ita. Wife of Girsh. Page of Testimony from her sister, Raya EINBUND, 20/06/1983

EL
      Children of Avram and Matlya EL:
Gershen EL, 1895-1942, son of Avram and Matlya. He was a hairdresser and married. Page of Testimony from his sister-in-law, Dvosya GELFAND, 10/05/1999
Ester MAKTINA nee EL, daughter of Avram and Matlya, 1903-194. Page of Testimony from her brother's sister-in-law, Dvosya GELFAND, 10/05/1999, and her daughter in United States, Zinaida RADCHINA. See MAKTIN
      Grandchildren of Avram and Matlya EL:

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EPSTEIN-EPSHTEIN
  The first shochet (kosher butcher) in the colony was Smuel EPSTEIN. He was 6 feet 2 inches. Tall by any standards. His wife, Bashe had 11 children. Some of his grandchildren and great-grandcildren were slaugtered in the Shoah.
      Youngest grandchild from their second child:
Basha EPSTEIN, 1889-1942
      Grandchildren from their ninth child:
       Dvora ZELIKMAN nee GANKIN, 1882-1942, daughter of Avrom GANKIN and Freida EPSTEIN. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter, Ema GRINBERG.
      Zisia ZELIKMAN, 1915-1942, daughter of Dvora GANKIN and Avrom ZELIKMAN. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Ema GRINBERG.
      Motl GANKIN, 1891-1942, shochet, son of Avrom GANKIN and Freida EPSTEIN. Page of Testimony submitted by I. PERSKI.

Aryeh Leyb (Arie Leib) EPSTEIN, 1913-1941, son of Yosef and Lea. He was a tailor and married to Khaya nee GUSPage of Testimony from his wife, Khaya PLUCHAK nee GUS, 23-Dec-1956.

Shmuel EPSTEIN, 1902-1942, butcher (shochet). Page of Testimony from his acquaintence, I. PERSKI.

Shmuel EPSTEIN, 1901-1941, Samuil Epshtein was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1901 to Arn and Nekhama. He was a clerk and married to Yelena. Prior to WWII he lived in Tashkent, Uzbekistan (ussr). During the war was in Tashkent, Uzbekistan (ussr). Samuil perished in 1942 in Caucasus Geo region, Ussr at the age of 41. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his spouse from Russia. [Yelena EPSHTEIN]

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OKUN
Esther OKUN nee PINSKI, 1870-1942, duaghter of Girshl and Reizl, wife of Shmerl. Pages of Testimony submitted by son, Nakhum OKUNEV. Informational listing with PINSKI
      children of Esther PINSKI and Shmerl OKUN:
      Riva ERENBURG nee OKUN, 1902-1942, daughter of Esther and Shmerel, wife of Nokhim. Pages of Testimony submitted by brother, Nakhum OKUNEV. Listed with ERENBURG
      Nakhum ERENBURG, 1899-1942, son of Shaya and Khaya Gita [MACHTIN]. Husband of Riva Pages of Testimony submitted by brother-in-law, Nakhum OKUNEV.
            children of Riva and Nakhum ERENBURG:
            grandchildren of Esther PINSKI and Shmerl OKUN:
             Semion YERENBURG (or ERENBURG), 1914-1941, was born in Shchedrin to Nakhum and Tzvia. He was an officer and married to Sara. Prior to WWII he lived in Aginskoye, Russia (ussr). During the war was in Army, Ussr. Semion perished in 1941 in the Shoah at the age of 27. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his son. [Maia ERENBERG]
              Rakhil ERENBURG was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1922 to Nokhim and Riva. Prior to WWII she lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). Rakhil perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/10/1981 by her uncle. [Nakhum OKUNEV]
              Shaya ERENBURG was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1925 to Nokhim and Riva. Prior to WWII he lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). Shaya perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/10/1981 by his uncle. [Nakhum OKUNEV]
              Sima ERENBURG was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1929 to Nokhin and Riva. Prior to WWII she lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). Sima perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/10/1981 by her uncle. [Nakhum (Naum) OKUNEV]
              Elkona ERENBURG (EHRENBURG), Elkana escaped Nazi bullets in woods outside Shchedrin. He was 12-years-old. He was one of the 36 who escaped the Shchedrine roundup March 7 to March 10, 1942. He was a freedom fighter until 14-1/2. He went back to his home only to have the Russian Army chase him away. He had no place to eat or sleep for three days until he found his uncle Okun. He married a Jewish girl and has two children. [from Harry L:. Katz Collection]
              Motl ERENBURG was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1931 to Nokhin and Riva. Prior to WWII he lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). Motl perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 10/02/1981 by his uncle, [Nakhum OKUNEV].
      Reizl OKUN, 1911-1942, daughter of Ester [Esther and Shmerl]. Pages of Testimony submitted by her brother, Nakhum OKUNEV.

Miriam OKUN nee UNKNOWN, 1908-1942, daughter of Peretz and Dvoira. Married to Zalman. Pages of Testimony submitted by her cousin, MALIKIN

Yisrael OKUN (or OKIN) (son of ?? and ??) (YM)

Tzale OKUN, born in Shchedrin to Isrol and Sara. He was a merchant and married to Sara. Prior to WWII he lived in Streshin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Streshin, Belorussia (ussr). He perished in 1942 in Zhlobin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on aPages of Testimony submitted on 25/04/1999 by his son, a Shoah survivor. [Grigori (Gregori) OKUN]


      Children of Dovid and Basya:
Nokhim OKUN
Minya OKUN nee KAIKOV, 1900-1942, daughter of Boris ("Berl" or "Borukh") KAIKOV and Sosha ("Sonya" or "Shoshana") OKUN. Wife of Nakhum (Nokhim) OKUN. Pages of Testimony for submitted by nephew, Boris KAPLUN, and by brother, Moishe KAIKOV.

Feiga (Fagel) OKUN (daughter of ?? and ??)
Beyla OKUN [1923 - 1942] (daughter of Yisrael and Feiga)
Malke OKUN (daughter of Yisrael & Fagel)
Sonya OKUN (daughter of Yisrael & Fagel)

Malka OKUN (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
Bluma OKUN (daughter of ?? & Malka)
Bashe OKUN (daughter of ?? & Malka)
Dvora OKUN (daughter of ?? & Malka)

Peretz OKUN (Bobo Riva's) (son of ?? and ??) (YM)
daughter OKUN (married name ??) (daughter of Peretz and ??) (YM)
children of daughter OKUN and ?? (YM)

Bashe OKUN (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
daughter OKUN (daughter of ?? and Bashe)

Sorke DENBURG nee OKUN, see DENBURG

an OKUN family from Paritch.

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OLSHANSKY-ALSHANSKI
Motl OLSHANSKY (also known as Mordkhai Alshanski), , 1892-1942. Born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1892. He was an argriculturist and married. Page of Testimony submitted by his acquaintance from Ukraine, I. PERSKI


Dina OLSHANSKY (daughter of ?? and ??)
Esther OLSHANSKY (buba) (daughter of ?? and ??)
Bashe OLSHANSKY (aunt) (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
Zina OLSHANSKY (cousin) (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)

Shephel OLSHANSKY (aka Shepsi ALSHANSKI), was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1911. He was a clerk and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Parichi. He perished in Shchedrin. Page of Testimony submitted by his acquaintance from Ukraine, I. PERSKI

(uncle) (son of ?? and ??)
Shima Leah OLSHANSKY (sister) (daughter of ?? and Esther)

Riva OLSHANSKY (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
Ita OLSHANSKY (daughter of ?? and Riva)

Hendl (Chanokh) OLSHANSKY (son of ?? and ??)
Velvel OLSHANSKY (son of Hendl and ??)
Avrem OLSHANSKY (son of Hendl and ??)
[wife and daughter escaped to Siberia]

Parents of Colonel Zhimeh OLSHANSKY

Sara GOLOD nee OLSHANSKI, 1864-1942, born in Ozarichi, daughter of Velvl and Khana Lea. She was a housewife and married to Aizik. Pages of Testimony submitted by her daughters, Rakhel GOLOD, and Mania KOFMAN. (Mania refered to father as Vulf, and she gave mother's age.) Original under GOLOD
      Children of Sarah must be Mania, Vele, and Rakhel:
       Tzipa GOLOD nee ZELIKMAN, 1911-1942, daughter of Berl. She was a clerk and married to Vele. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister-in-law, Mania KOFMAN.
             Children of Vele and Tzipa:
             Bebe GOLOD, 1937-1942, born in Ozarichi, daughter of Vele and Tzipa. She was a child. Page of Testimony submitted by her aunt, Rakhel GOLOD.
             Ita GOLOD, ca 1939-1942, born in Ozarichi, daughter of Vele and Tzipa. She was a child. Page of Testimony submitted by her aunt, Rakhel GOLOD.

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Surnames beginning with "bet":

BALATOVSKI
Abram BALATOVSKI, 1907-1942. He born in Belorussia in 1907 to Yankel. He was a teacher and married to Faina. Abram perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 35. Page of Testimony submitted by his neighbour from Ukraine. [I. PERSKI]


BASS - BAS
Aron BASS, 1909-1942, portnoi, son of Elya, and husband of Perla PESSINA. Page of Testimony from daughter, Yelizaveta BASS SHULRIKHTER. Lived in Perovo, Moscow and died while serving in the Army.

Berl BAS was born in Shchedrin in 1914. He was an argriculturist and single. Page of Testimony submitted by his acquaintance from Ukraine, I. PERSKI

Rokhl GOLANT nee BAS, 1884-1942, daughter of Mordukh and Seina, housewife, married to Leizer. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter from Russia, Nekhama LOTOS. The original information is under GOLANT

Yitzkhak BASS, 1871-1941, agronomist, married. Page of Testimony from Dvosya GELFAND, relative, 10-May-1999.
      his daughter:
      Lea BASS, 1926-1941, pupil, daughter of Yitzkhak and Ester. Page of Testimony from her cousin, Dvosya GELFAND, 10-May-1999.

Zalman BASS, was born in Shchedrin in 1905 to Boris and Mini. He was married. Page of Testimony submitted by his brother-in-law, Mr. MALKIN


BELKIN
Pesha BELKIN nee GRINBERG, 1905-1942. Daughter of Khaim GRINBERG and Aleksandra "Sasha" GORELIK) Page of Testimony submitted by half-sister, [Raisa MULYAR]. See GRINBERG


BERGMAN
Mordkhai BERGMAN


BLYAKHER
       Moishe KITAIN and Sheine (SELIGMAN) ZELIKMAN's daughter Henya (Ganya):
      
Ganya (Henya) BLYAKHER nee KITAIN, 1885-1942, daughter of Moshe and Seine. She was a housewife and married to Iche. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter from Australia, Basya ALPEROVICH. Information copy under KITAIN

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Surnames beginning with "gimel":

GANKIN-GENKIN-HENKIN
David GANKIN, 1910-1941, son of Mordukh GANKIN and Margolit PINSKI. He was married to Beilla. Page of Testimony submitted by his aunt from United States, Margarita MORDUKHOVICH, and Page of Testimony submitted by his brother from Belarus, Yevel GANKIN. David perished in Bialystok, Poland.

      Children of Avrom Ber GANKIN and Freida EPSTEIN:
Dvorai "Dvoiral" ZELIKMAN nee GANKIN, 1882-1942. Daughter of Avrom and Freida. She was married to Avrom. Page of Testimony from her daughter, Ema GRINBERG. This material is under ZELIKMAN
             Children of Dvora GANKIN and Avrom ZELIKMAN:
             Grandchildren of Avrom Ber GANKIN and Freida EPSTEIN:
             Zisia DOBIN nee ZELIKMAN, 1915-1942. Daughter of Avrom and Dvoira. She was a teacher and married to Samuel. Page of Testimony from her sister, Ema GRINBERG. This material is under DOBIN

Mordkai "Motl" GANKIN, 1891-1942. He was a ritual slaughterer and married. Page of Testimony from his neighbor, I. PERSKI


GANZMAN
David GANZMAN, 1890-1942. He was a disabled and married. Dovid perished in the Shoah at the age of 52. This information is based Page of Testimony submitted on 20/05/1999 from his niece, Yelena GANZMAN AKSELROD.
Tzilya GANZMAN, 1892-1942. Prior to WWII she lived in Bobruysk. During the war was in Shchedrin. Page of Testimony submitted on 20/05/1999 from his niece, Yelena GANZMAN AKSELROD.
      Children of David and Tzilya:
       Mikhail GANZMAN, 1919-1941. Son of Dovid and Tzilya. He was an ofitzer pogranichnik. Page of Testimony from cousin, Yelena GANZMAN AKSELROD. During the war was in Brest, Poland.
       Sholym GANZMAN, 1920-1942. Son of Dovid and Tzilya. He was a student. Page of Testimony from cousin, Elena GANZMAN.

      Children of Yosef GANZMAN:
       Noakh GANZMAN, 1903-1941. Son of Iosif. He was a carpenter and married to Raya. Page of Testimony from his son, Gregor GANZMAN During the war was in Army, USSR. Neukh perished in 1941 in the Shoah.

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GELFAND-GELFOND-HELFAND
Naich GELFAND (son of ?? and ??) (husband of ?? and ??)
family of Naich GELFAND

Rabbi Chaim Menachem-Mendel GELFAND, 1878-1942, son of Yosef Zeev and Roza, husband of Elisheva. Page of Testimony submitted on 14/10/1972 by his nephew, Shlomo David SHAPIRA. The Rabbi died in Sloveni, Ushachi, Vitebsk gub., Belorussia (USSR). Page of Testimony submitted by his son Alexandr GELFOND.

Zalman GELFAND, born in Bobruysk, Belorussia in 1917 to Shemayer and Riva. He was a power engineer and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Bobruysk, Belorussia. During the war was in Army, Ussr. Zalman died in 1942 in Voronezh Region, Russia. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 10/05/1999 by his wife from Israel, Dvosya GELFAND nee GUREVICH.

Khasha GELFOND nee UNKNOWN, 1879-1942, a kolkoznik. Page of Testimony submitted by her grandson, Anatoli and Anna VERTKIN.
      Child:
       Rokhil GELFAND, 1909-1942, daughter of Mendul and Khasya. Page of Testimony submitted by her nephew, Anatoli and Anna VERTKIN.

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GERCHIKOV-GERCZYKOW
Zalman GERCZYKOW, 1864-1942, son of Eliezer and Feiga. He was a merchant and married. Page of Testimony submitted by his son, Aharon GERCHIKOV.


GOLANT
Rokhl GOLANT nee BAS, 1884-1942, daughter of Mordukh and Seina, housewife, married to Leizer. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter from Russia, Nekhama LOTOS. An information only copy is under BASS. Rokhl died in Leningrad.


GOLOB


GOLOD
Reuven GOLOD (son of ?? and ??)

Sara GOLOD nee OLSHANSKI, 1864-1942, born in Ozarichi, daughter of Velvl and Khana Lea. She was a housewife and married to Aizik. Pages of Testimony submitted by her daughters, Rakhel GOLOD, and Mania KOFMAN. (Mania refered to father as Vulf and she gave mother's age.)
      Children of Sarah must be Mania, Vele, and Rakhel:
       Tzipa GOLOD nee ZELIKMAN, 1911-1942, daughter of Berl. She was a clerk and married to Vele. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister-in-law, Mania KOFMAN.
             Children of Vele and Tzipa:
             Bebe GOLOD, 1937-1942, born in Ozarichi, daughter of Vele and Tzipa. She was a child. Page of Testimony submitted by her aunt, Rakhel GOLOD.
             Ita GOLOD, ca 1939-1942, born in Ozarichi, daughter of Vele and Tzipa. She was a child. Page of Testimony submitted by her aunt, Rakhel GOLOD.

GOLODETZ
Anna TATARSKI nee GOLODETZ, was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1883 to Izrail and Mina [FRIEDMAN]. She was a physician and married to Grigori. Prior to WWII she lived in Gorki, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Borisov. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter from Russia, Mariam TATARSKI.

Beila ZAK nee GOLODETZ, was born in Shchedrin to Abraham and Gitl. She was married to Nakhum Mendl. Prior to WWII she lived in Lodz, Poland. During the war was in Warszawa, Poland. Bejla perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter from France, Regina WALD.


GOLOSMAN
  The first mention of this family surname was found in Ellis Island records. Six GOLOSMAN children that had left Shtchedrin and their Uncle Alter GOLOSMAN and immigrated, arriving on 23-Jul-1922 in the Port of New York (Ellis Island), to go to their brother, Benjamin GLASSMAN formerly GOLOSMAN, living at 2529 N. Stanley St., Philadelphia. In a 1920 Census we find Benjamin and Mollie GLASSMAN and border Nathan GELFAND. GELFAND is a Shchedriner surname. Benjamin had arrived in 1913 at age 15.

  The next time the name showed up was the Yad Vashem Page of Testimony

  Two childen of Faina:
Khaya GOLOSMAN, 1924-1942, pupil, daughter of Faina. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Leonid SHTEINBUK
Khaya GOLOSMAN, 1924-1942, pupil, daughter of Faina. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Leonid SHTEINBUK

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GOLUB
Mrs. GOLUB, nee ?, died 1941. Married to Voula. She lived in Ozarichi. She was buried alive in Shchedrin. Page of Testimony submitted on 07-Apr-1991 by her sister from Israel, Rakhel GOLUB.


GOSIN-GASIN-GISIN-GUSHIN
Aron GOSIN, 1902-ca 1941, son of Yekhiel (Ikhiel) and Ittia (Etta). Page of Testimony submitted by his daughter unknown MALKIN.

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one hundred persons named variants of GORELIK
GERLIKH
Barukh GERLIKH, 1897-1942. Page of Testimony from sister-in-law, 13-Sep-1999
      Children of Barukh:
       unknown GRALIK, 1924-1942, daughter of Barukh. Page of Testimony from sister in Israel
       Bila GRALIK, 1927-1942, daughter of Barukh. Page of Testimony from sister in Israel, 13-Apr-1999
       Nuna GERLIKH, 1930-1942, son of Barukh. Page of Testimony from sister in Israel, , 13-Apr-1999
       Tzila GERLIKH, 1932-1942, daughter of Barukh. Page of Testimony from sister in Israel, 14-Mar-1999


GRALIK* (possilby a GORELIK variant)
Mrs. Gralik nee Zelikman was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1900 to Moshe. She was a housewife and married to Barukh. Prior to WWII she lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). she perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her sister

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GISIN (maybe related to GASIN, GOSIN, GUSHIN)
Dynia GOZENPUD nee GISIN, 1890-1941, daughter of Mikhal. Page of Testimony from her daughter from United States [Mikhal GOZENOUD]. Dynia perished in 1941 in Bobruysk.


GORELIK
Given Names begining with A and E:
Aharon GORELIK, 1872-1942. Born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) to Mordekhai. He was married to Rakhel. Aharon perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 70. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 19/05/1974 by his son. [Yaakov GORELIK]
Rashe GORELIK nee UNKNOWN, 1882-1942. Born in Shchedrin [sic]. She was married to Aaron. She perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 60. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her nephew, Mordekhai GORELIKon 19/05/1974 by his son. [Yaakov GORELIK]

Aharon GORELIK, 1912-1942, son of Shalom and Khaya, husband of Sima. Page of Testimony from sister-in-law, 14-Jun-2001

Altie GORELIK, 1912-1942, daughter of Choynya and Shifra, wife of Yaakov. Alte perished in Leningrad. Page of Testimony from sister-in-law, 14-Jun-2001

Eli (Elya) GORELIK, 1882-1942, husband of Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jul-1999 by his relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER.
Khasia GORELIK, ca 1882-1942, wife of Eli. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jul-1999 by her family from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER.
      Children of Eli and Khasia:
      Gorelik is a very common name because it was given to someone whose home burned. There are a dozen women named Khasia between 1864 and 1911 in this database. Only one was married to a Gorelik. In October 1922, 16-year-old Pesia GORELICK and other young Shchedriners, left Lieverppol and went to New York. Peria said she was going to her brother Louis and had left her mother Hasia. From that flimsy evidence I attached the following children to this family. Unfortunately there are no Pages of Testimony from anyone that sounds like Louis GORELIK or sister, Pesia. Rina PEVZER from Israel submitted numerous Pages of Testimony. For this family there is one son so young she could not recall his name. She also used names of endearment, Meishe, for example, for Moishe. Another reason I assumed these were youngsters. This information I used to guess these were all young children. Ages could be plus or minus about six years, but birth order is a guess.
      Rochel Freida GORELIK, ca 1924-1942, daughter of Eli and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jul-1999 by her relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER.
      Peishe GORELIK, ca 1927-1942, son of Eli and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jul-1999 by his relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER.
      Meishe GORELIK, ca 1930-1942, son of Eli and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jul-1999 by his relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER.
      Khana Riva GORELIK, ca 1933-1942, daughter of Eli and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jul-1999 by her relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER.
      young boy GORELIK, ca 1936-1942, son of Eli and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jul-1999 by his relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER.

Given Names begining with B:
Brenya GORELIK DENBURG b. circa 1890 (wife of Yoshe, daughter of Yehuda Leyb Denburg and Sura Okun)
Yoshe GORELIK b. circa 1890
Lea GORELIK b. circa 1930 (daughter of Yoshe and Brenya)

Fanya UNKNOWN nee GORELIK, 1919-1942, born in Parichito Abram. She was married. Fanya perished in 1941 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 23. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 26/10/1997 by her acquaintance. [Ida ZAVIN]

Given Names begining with G~H:
Getzel GORELIK, 1857-1942, self-employed. Page of Testimony by his great-grandson, Eliezer GORELIK.
  Getzel's son:
Lazar (Eliezar) GORELIK, 1884-1942, peasant. Page of Testimony by his grandson, Eliezer GORELIK.
      Getzel's grandchildren:
Yudes Dasha GORELIK, 1922-1942, daughter of Lazar and Sonia. Teacher in Gomel. Page of Testimony by her nephew, Eliezer GORELIK. Died in Gomel.
Sender (Aleksander) GORELIK, 1936-1942, son of Lazar and Sonia, pupill. Page of Testimony by his nephew, Eliezer GORELIK.
Nakhum GORELIK, 1939-1942, son of Lazar and Sonia, pupill. Page of Testimony by his nephew, Eliezer GORELIK.

Leizer VEKSLER, 1877-1942. Page of Testimony submitted by his family, Rina PEVZNER
      Child of Leizer GORELIK:
  Minya VEKSLER nee GORELIK, 1897-1942, daughter of Leizer, wife of Reuven VEKSLER, daughter of Leizer. Page of Testimony submitted by his family, Rina PEVZNER. NOTE: this family shown under VEKSLER .
  Reuven VEKSLER, 1894-1942, husband of Mina GORELIK. Page of Testimony submitted by his family, Rina PEVZNER
      grandchild:
      Yudel VEKSLER, 1930-1942, son of Ruven and Mina VEKSLER. Page of Testimony submitted on 01/07/1999 by his family from Israel, Rina PEVZNER

      Avrom (Abram) and Motlya GORELIK must be one of the first families if their son, Moisha Yosef, was born in Shchedrin in 1863. He is the expected age of Moshe Yovshe GORELIK who married my great aunt, Motla DENBURG, who was definately a second generation Shchedriner.
Moisha Yosef GORELIK, 1863-1942, son of Abram and Motlya. He was a pensioner and married to Dvoira [assumed to be the widow of Shlomo DUBROVSKI]. Page of Testimony submitted by his granddaughter, Sima LIVSHITZ.
Dvoira GORELIK widow of Shlomo DUBROVSKI, 1876-1942, daughter of Shlema and Daika. She was a housewife and married to Moisha. Page of Testimony submitted by her granddaughter, Sima LIVSHITZ. Information copy under DUBROVSKI.

Mayer GORELIK (son of ?? and ??)
Bashe GORELIK (daughter of ?? and ??)
Nechema GORELIK (daughter of Mayer and Bashe)
Mendl GORELIK (son of ?? and ??)
Chana Sara GORELIK (daughter of ?? and ??)
Breina GORELIK (daughter of Mendl and Breina)
Reuven GORELIK (son of Mendl and Breina)

      children of Moshe and Breina:
      Iche GORELIK, 1935-1942, born in Shchedrin to Moshe and Braine. Page of Testimony submitted on 15/06/1999 by his relative from Israel Leonid LIFSHITZ.

Yoshua GORELIK (son of ?? and ??)
Reuven GORELIK (son of Yoshua and ??)

Zyama GORELIK (son of ?? and ??)
Sasha GORELIK (son of Zyama and ??)
Rachal GORELIK (daughter of Zyama and ??)
Sara GORELIK (daughter of Zyama and ??)

Zyama GORELIK (son of ?? and ??)
Basha GORELIK (daughter of ?? and ??)
Nachama GORELIK (daughter of Zyama and Basha)
Yankel GORELIK (son of Zyama and Basha)
Basheve GORELIK (daughter of Zyama and Basha)

Yoshe GORELIK, 1897-1942, born in Shchedrin. He was an agronomist and married to Braine nee Demburg. Page of Testimony submitted by his relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER, and Page of Testimony submitted by his nephew from Israel, Leib LIPSHITZ.
Brainya GORELIK nee DEMBURG, 1899-1942, born in Shchedrin to Leib and Sorke [OKUN]. Page of Testimony submitted by her nephew from Israel, Leonoid LIPSHITZ [or LIFSHITZ].
      children of Yoshe and Breina:
      Kheinke [Henya] GORELIK, ca 1935-1942, born in Shchedrin to Ioshe and Braine [DEMBURG]. She was a child. Page of Testimony on 15/11/1999 by her cousin Leonid LIPSHITZ.
      Itke GORELIK, ca 1935-1942, born in Shchedrin to Ioshe and Braine [DEMBURG]. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin Leibke LIPSHITZ.
      Leyke (Lea) GORELIK, ca 1938-1942, born in Shchedrin to Ioshe and Braine [DEMBURG]. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin Leibke LIPSHITZ.
      Rochel Fride GORELIK, ca 1924-1942, daughter of Eli and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jul-1999 by her relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER.

Nakhum GORELIK [1919-1941] (son of Moshe and ? MELTZER) [Page of Testimony from ? GORELIK-KANTOR, Daughter]
Lev GORELIK, 1921-1941. Sn of Moshe and ? MELTZER) Page of Testimony from ? GORELIK KANTOR, Niece

Shlomo GORELIK, ca 1900- 1942. Page of Testimony from Rina PEVZNER, relative in Israel, 22-Jul-1999

Names begining with Z:
Zina GORELIK, 1936-1944. Born in Shchedrin. Zina perished in 1944 in Shchedrin at the age of 8. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin. [Ida RASKIN]

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GORVITCH


GREENBERG
Beryl GREENBERG (son of ?? and ??) (YM)
Chai GREENBERG (daughter of Beryl and ??)
Maishe Meir GREENBERG (son of Beryl and ??)

Elye Gerson GREENBERG (son of ?? and ??) (husband of ??
family of Ellie Gerson GREENBERG


GRIBUDOV
Khaim GRIBUDOV, ????-1942, husband of Sheina. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Rina PEVZNER
Sheina GRIBUDOV nee AIZENSHTAT, ????-1942, wife of Khaim. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Rina PEVZNER. Informational listnig under AIZENSHTAT
  Esther GRIBUDOV, ????-1942, daughter of Khaim GRIBUDOV and Sheina [AIZENSHTAT]. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Rina PEVZNER.

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GRINBERG
      Children of Khaim and Aleksandra "Sasha" nee GORELIK:
      
Ele (Gershon) GRINBERG, 1900-1942. Son of Khaim GRINBERG and Aleksandra "Sasha" nee GORELIK. Page of Testimony submitted by half-sister, Raisa MULYAR.
       Etl (Etel) DUBROVSKI nee GRINBERG, 1900-1942, daughter of Khaim GRINBERG and Aleksandra "Sasha" nee GORELIK. Page of Testimony submitted by half-sister, Raisa MULYAR. The original information is under DUBROVSKI
              Child of Etl DUBROVSKI nee GRINBERG:
              Grandchild of Khaim GRINBERG and Sasha GORELIK:
              Solomon DUBROVSKI , 1927-1942, son of Etl DUBROVSKI nee GRINBERG.Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Raisa MULYAR.
       Risia ??? nee GRINBERG, 1902-1942. Daughter of Khaim GRINBERG and Aleksandra "Sasha" GORELIK) Page of Testimony submitted by half-sister, [Raisa MULYAR]
       Pesha BELKIN nee GRINBERG, 1905-1942. Daughter of Khaim GRINBERG and Aleksandra "Sasha" GORELIK) Page of Testimony submitted by half-sister, [Raisa MULYAR]. See BELKIN.
       Meyer GRINBERG, 1909-1942. Son of Khaim GRINBERG and Aleksandra "Sasha" GORELIK. Page of Testimony submitted by half-sister, [Raisa MULYAR]
       Yankel Kopl GRINBERG, 1930-1942 Page of Testimony submitted by half-sister, [Raisa MULYAR]

       Children of Nakhman and Zelde:
       Nakhum GRINBERG, 1882-1942. Son of Nakhman and Zelde. He was a seamstress and married to Blyuma. Nakhum perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 60. Page of Testimony submitted by his son [Yefim GRINBERG].
       Bluma GRINBERG, nee KOTLYAR. 1886-1942. Daughter of Grigori and Yentl. She was an argiculturist and married to Nakhum. Blumya perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of [56]. Page of Testimony submitted by his son [Yefim GRINBERG].
              Grandchildren of Nakhman and Zelde:
              Liuba GRINBERG, 1928-1942. Daughter of Nakhum and Blumya. She was a child [and pupil]. Liuba perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 14. Page of Testimony submitted by her brother [Yefim GRINBERG].
              Malka GRINBERG, 1926-1942. Daughter of Nakhum and Blumya. She was a child [and pupil]. Liuba perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 16. Page of Testimony submitted by her brother [Yefim GRINBERG].

GRINSHCHSTEIN
Leiba Vela GRINSHCHSTEIN (son of ?? and ??) (YM)
family of Leiba Vela GRINSHCHSTEIN (YM)

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Surnames beginning with "dalet":

DENBURG (not listed in the Bobroisk Yiskor Book "Surnames found in the Index")
Mathias DENBURG b. circa 1890 (son of Yehuda & Sara)(spouse of Sara)
Sara DENBURG nee' ?? (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of Mathias) b. circa 1890
Matyas DENBURG b. circa 1920 (son of Mathias and Sara)
Belye DENBURG b. circa 1920 (son of Mathias and Sara)

Sorke DENBURG nee OKUN, 1869-1942, daughter of Yakov and Sora, widow of Leib. She perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, at the age of 73. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jun-1999 by her grandson Leonoid LIPSHITZ, from Israel.
      child #5 of Leib and Sorke:
       Raikhl MARGOLIN nee DEMBURG (in Harry L. Katz Collection as Rehel (Reichal) MARGOLIN nee' DENBURG) 1897-1942, born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) to Leib [Yehuda Leyb DENBURG and Sara OKUN]. She was a housewife and married to Avreml. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jun-1999 by her nephew, a Shoah survivor. [Leonid Leib LIFSHITZ, from Israel] Primary data reported under MARGOLIN
      Avreml (Abe) MARGOLIN, 1892-1942, married to Raikhl. Page of Testimony submitted on 01/05/1999 by his relative [Leonid Leib LIFSHITZ, from Israel]
             grandchildren of Leib and Sorke:
             children of Raikl and Avreml:
              Leibke MARGOLIN [aka Yehuda Leyb, 1927-1942. Leibke perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 15. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/06/1999 by his cousin. [Leonid LIFSHITZ, from Israel]
              Dashke MARGOLIN, (Yedasha), 1929-1942. Dashke perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 13. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/06/1999 by her cousin. [Leonid LIFSHITZ, from Israel]
              Isrolik MARGOLIN [aka Yisroel, 1935-1942. Dashke perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 7. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/06/1999 by his cousin. [Leonid LIFSHITZ, from Israel]
              Gindechke MARGOLIN [aka Hinde, 1938-1942. Dashke perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 4. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/06/1999 by her cousin. [Leonid LIFSHITZ, from Israel]

      child #6 of Leib and Sorke:
       Brainya GORELIK nee DEMBURG, 1899-1942, born in Shchedrin to Leib and Sorke [OKUN]. Page of Testimony submitted by her nephew from Israel, Leonoid LIPSHITZ [or LIFSHITZ].
       Yoshe GORELIK, 1897-1942, born in Shchedrin. He was an agronomist and married to Braine nee Demburg. Page of Testimony submitted by his relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER, and Page of Testimony submitted by his nephew from Israel, Leib LIPSHITZ. Original under GORELIK
            grandchildren of Leib and Sorke:
            children of Yoshe and Breina:
             Kheinke [Henya] GORELIK, ca 1935-1942, born in Shchedrin to Ioshe and Braine [DEMBURG]. She was a child. Page of Testimony on 15/11/1999 by her cousin Leonid LIPSHITZ.
             Itke GORELIK, ca 1935-1942, born in Shchedrin to Ioshe and Braine [DEMBURG]. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin Leibke LIPSHITZ.
             Leyke (Lea) GORELIK, ca 1938-1942, born in Shchedrin to Ioshe and Braine [DEMBURG]. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin Leibke LIPSHITZ.
             Rochel Fride GORELIK, ca 1924-1942, daughter of Eli and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jul-1999 by her relative from Israel,. Rina PEVZNER.

             child #7 of Leib and Sorke:
       Mates DEMBURG, 1904-1942, born in Shchedrin to Leyb and Sorke [OKUN]. Husband of Tzilya. Cabinet maker. Page of Testimony submitted by his nephew Leybke LIFSHITZ.
       Tzilya DEMBURG nee unknown, 1904-1942, Wife of Mates. Page of Testimony submitted by her nephew Leybke LIFSHITZ.
            grandchildren of Leib and Sorke:
            children of Mates and Tzilya
             [Beile] DEMBURG, 1939-1942, born in Shchedrin to Mates and Tzilya. She was a child. Page of Testimony on 01/06/1999 by her cousin Leonid LIFSHITZ.
              [Boy] DEMBURG, 1940-1942, born in Shchedrin to Mates and Tzilya. He was a baby. Page of Testimony on 01/06/1999 by his cousin Leonid LIFSHITZ.


DOBIN
Zisia DOBIN nee ZELIKMAN, 1915-1942, daughter of Avrom and Dvoira. Teacher, married to Samuil. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Ema GRINBERG. An informational copy is under ZELIKMAN
      children:
  Liuba (Lev) DOBIN, 1935-1942, son of Samuil and Zisia. Page of Testimony submitted by his aunt, Ema GRINBERG
  Aron (Aharon) DOBIN, 1939-1942, son of Samuil and Zisia. Page of Testimony submitted by his aunt, Ema GRINBERG

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DUBROVSKY-DUBROVSKI-DUBROFSKY
Shlema Maisa DUBROVSKY (son of ?? and ??) (YM)

Samuel DUBROVSKI, 1906-1942, son of Yankiv Khaim and Khaya Ite. He was an argriculturist and married to Khyena Khana. During the war was in Army, USSR. Samuil perished in Sevastopol. Page of Testimony submitted by his son, Gesya

Etl (Etel) DUBROVSKI nee GRINBERG, 1900-1942, daughter of Khaim GRINBERG and Aleksandra "Sasha" GORELIK. Page of Testimony submitted by half-sister, Raisa MULYAR. For information only this is repeated under GRINBERG
      child:
       Solomon DUBROVSKI , 1927-1942, son of Etl DUBROVSKI nee GRINBERG.Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Raisa MULYAR.

Dvoira GORELIK widow of Shlomo DUBROVSKI, 1876-1942, daughter of Shlema and Daika. She was a housewife and married to Moisha. Page of Testimony submitted by her granddaughter, Sima LIVSHITZ. Original under GORELIK.
Moisha Yosef GORELIK, 1863-1942, son of Abram and Motlya. He was a pensioner and married to Dvoira [assumed to be the widow of Shlomo DUBROVSKI]. Page of Testimony submitted by his granddaughter, Sima LIVSHITZ.
      Her daughter Khaya:
Khaya LIVSHITZ nee DUBROVSKI, 1896-1942, daughter of Shlomo and Dvoira DUBROVSKI. Wife of Yankle. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter, Sima LIVSHITZ. Original information is under LIVSHITZ
      children:
      Resyal LIVSHITZ, 1926-1942, daughter of Yankel and Khaya DUBROVSKI. She was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Sima LIVSHITZ.
      Danya LIVSHITZ, 1930-1942, daughter of Yankel and Khaya DUBROVSKI. She was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Sima LIVSHITZ.
      Boris LIVSHITZ, 1941-1942, daughter of Yankel and Khaya DUBROVSKI. She was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Sima LIVSHITZ.

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Surnames beginning with "he":

Russian has no "he", so also look at "gimel"
HORVITZ


HORELICK
Mendl HORELICK (son of ?? and ??)
Chana Sara HORELICK (daughter of ?? and ??)
Brina HORELICK (daughter of Mendl and Chana Sara)
Reuven HORELICK (son of Menl and Chana Sara)


HOLESMAN (also see GOLESMAN
Feigl HOLESMAN (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
Chana HOLESMAN (daughter of ?? and Feigl)
Yuanius HOLESMAN (son of ?? and Feigl)

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Surnames beginning with "vav":

Russian has no "W" know as a double-v
VALCHONIK Susha VALCHONIK (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
Masha VALCHONIK (daughter of Susha)


VECOLOER Nona VECOLOER (child of ?? and ??)

WEINER


WERTKIN - VERTKIN
Meisha VERTKIN (aka Moishe Tevye WERTKIN), 1874-1942, husband of Guta. Page of Testimony submitted by his grandson Anatoli VERTKIN
      daughter:
       Roza VERTKIN, 1907-1942, daughter of Moisha and Guta. Page of Testimony submitted by her nephew Anatoli VERTKIN

Bronya VERTKIN, 1922-1942, daughter of Yudl and Khaya. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister Galina Anna VERTKIN


WECHSLER-VEXLER-WEKSLER
Leiba VEXLER (son of ?? and ??)
Nunya VEXLER (son of Leiba)
Elke VEXLER (aunt of Leiba)
Sonya VEXLER (aunt of Leiba)

Reuven VEKSLER, 1894-1942, husband of Mina GORELIK. Page of Testimony submitted by his family, Rina PEVZNER
Minya VEKSLER nee GORELIK, 1897-1942, daughter of Leizer, wife of Reuven VEKSLER, daughter of Leizer. Page of Testimony submitted by his family, Rina PEVZNER NOTE: this family shown under GORELIK for information purposes.
      child:
      Yudel VEKSLER, 1930-1942, son of Ruven and Mina VEKSLER. Page of Testimony submitted on 01/07/1999 by his family from Israel, Rina PEVZNER

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VIGDORCHIK
Khaidl VIGDORCHIK nee UNKNOWN, 1896-1941, daughter of Solomon and Gitl. She was a housewife and married to Yosef. Page of Testimony submitted on 02/05/1999 by her granddaughter from Israel, Sofia VISHINSKI
      daughter:
Muse MAIZELS nee VIGDORCHIK, 1896-1941, daughter of Yosef and Khaidl. She was a housewife and married to Moisei. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter, Sofia VISHINSKI, 05-Feb-1999. Primary entry under MAIZEL


VILIKEN-VELIKIN (also see BELKIN)
Yudel VILIKEN (son of ??)
Roha VILIKEN (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of Yudel)
Nesha VILIKEN (daughter of Yudel and Roha)
Nechama VILIKEN (daughter of Yudel and Roha)
Rochel VILIKEN (daughter of Yudel and Roha)

Nina VELIKIN, born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1924. She was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted by her neighbour from Ukraine. [I. PERSKI]


VOLFSON-WOLFSON
Moishe Khaim VOLFSON, 1923-1942, born in Shchedrin. He was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted by his neighbour from Ukraine. [I. PERSKI]


VOLPERT
      Sons of Khaim and Lea VOLPERT:
Meishe VOLPERT, ca 1915-ca 1941, son of Khaim and Lea. Meishe perished in Brest, Poland. Page of Testimony submitted on 22-Jul-1999 by his relative from Israel, Rina PEVZNER.
Berl VOLPERT, ca 1920-ca 1941, son of Khaim and Lea. Berl perished in Stalingrad, Russia. Page of Testimony submitted on 22-Jul-1999 by his relative from Israel, Rina PEVZNER.


VONSON (not listed in the Bobroisk Yiskor Book "Surnames found in the Index"
Liba Galia VONSON (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)

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Surnames beginning with "zayin":

ZELDIN
       Moishe KITAIN and Sheine (SELIGMAN) ZELIKMAN's daughter Khaia:
      
Khaya ZELDIN nee KITAIN, 1892-1942, daughter of Moshe and Seine. She was an argriculturist and married to Meilakh. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter from United States, Bella LEVKOVICH. An information copy this data is under KITAIN


ZELIKMAN (aka ZELIGMAN, SELIGMAN)
Chana ZELIGMAN (daughter of ?? and ??) (mother of...) (wife of ??)
Henia ZELIGMAN (daughter of ?? and Chana)

Dvorai "Dvoiral" ZELIKMAN nee GANKIN, 1882-1942. Daughter of Avrom and Freida. She was married to Avrom. Page of Testimony from her daughter, Ema GRINBERG. An information copy is under GANKIN

       The Children of Aharon and Khaya Zeligman
Lyova ZELIKMAN, was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1900 to Aron [and Khaya]. He was married to Sima. Prior to WWII he lived in Bobruysk, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Army, Ussr. Lyova perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his [sister. Roza ZELIKMAN]
Grisha ZELIKMAN, was born in Shchedrin in 1900 to Aron [and Khaya]. Prior to WWII he lived in Zhlobin, Belorussia (USSR). During the war was in Army, USSR. He perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his [sister. Roza ZELIKMAN]
Nekhama AKSELROD nee ZELIKMAN, was born in Shchedrin, in 1907 to Aron and Khaia. She was married to Ziama. Prior to WWII she lived in Bobruysk, Belorussia (USSR). Nekhama perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her sister. Roza ZELIKMAN
Khonka ZELIKMAN, was born in Shchedrin, in 1925 to Aron. She was a child. Prior to WWII she lived in Zhlobin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Minsk, Belorussia (ussr). Khonka perished in Minsk, Belorussia (USSR). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her sister. Roza ZELIKMAN

      Zelig SELIGMAN was one of the founding settlers to Shchedrin Colony. From 1827 on it was a terrible time as attested to by Czar Nicholas I's Statutes Regarding the Military Service of Jews(compiled and edited by Paul R. Mendes-Flohr) and Yesterday, A Memoir of a Russian Jewish Family by Miriam Shomer Zunser. Young boys could be snatched up and put into the Czar's Army for over 25 years. Sometime communities were forced to choose the children. Chana and Zelig were probably 13-years-old when they started they're family. We know six children born between 1849 and 1881. The youngest one died in the Shoah.

       Yehuda Leizer and Chana Zeligman Family
People marked were reported at Shchedrin reunions 1975-1988, or in the Bobrusik Yizkor Book.
Yuda Lazar ZELIKMAN, also known as Judah Leizer ZELIGMAN, 1881-1942. Son of Zelik and Ganele. He was a shoemaker and married to Khane. Page of Testimony submitted by his sons, Yevgeni ZELIKMAN and Isaak ZELIKMAN.
Khane ZELIKMAN, also known as Chana ZELIGMAN, nee RYSIN or ROSIN, 1883-1942. Daughter of Zalman and Lea. Married to Jude. Page of Testimony submitted by her sons, Yevgeni ZELIKMAN and Isaak ZELIKMAN.
      children of Yuda and Khane:
      Chenye "Gane" ZELIKMAN, 1905-1942. Daughter of Jude and Khana nee Risin. She was married to Gilel. Pages of Testimony submitted by her brothers, Yevgeni ZELIKMAN and Isaak ZELIKMAN. This information is under KAGAN
Gane's husband:       Hillel "Gilel" KAGAN, Gilel Kagan was born in Shchedrin, in 1903 to Shleime and Golda. He was a sales person and married. Pages of Testimony submitted by his brothers-in-law, Yevgeni ZELIKMAN and Isaak ZELIKMAN.
            grandchildren:
             Semion KAGAN, 1929-1942, son of Gilel (Hillel) and Gane (Chana) ZELIKMAN. Pages of Testimony submitted by his uncles, Yevgeni ZELIKMAN and Isaak ZELIKMAN.
             Fima KAGAN, 1933-1942, son of Gilel (Hillel) and Gane (Chana) ZELIKMAN. Page of Testimony submitted by his uncle, Isaak ZELIKMAN.
             Olia KAGAN, 1936-1942, daughter of Gilel (Hillel) and Gane (Chana) ZELIKMAN. Pages of Testimony submitted by her uncles, Isaak ZELIKMAN and Yevgeni ZELIKMAN.
            Liza KAGAN, 1936-1942, daughter of Gilel (Hillel) and Gane (Chana) ZELIKMAN. Pages of Testimony submitted by her uncles, Isaak ZELIKMAN and Yevgeni ZELIKMAN.

      additional children of Yuda and Khane:
       Leyb ZELIKMAN, born in Shchedrin, 1907 to Yude and Khane. He was a manager and married to Beila. Prior to WWII he lived in Telusha, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Army, Ussr. Leibe perished in 1941 in the Shoah at the age of 34. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his brother from United States, ?? ZELIKMAN
       Lee (Lea) KHARKHURIM nee ZELIKMAN, born in Shchedrin, 1909 to Yude and Khane. She was an accountant and married to Meishe. Prior to WWII she lived in Slutsk. Lee perished in 1944 in Slutsk at the age of 35. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her brother from United States, Yevgeni ZELIKMAN
       Zelde (Zlata) ZELIKMAN, born in Shchedrin, in 1913 to Jude and Khana nee RISIN. She was a teacher and single. Zelde perished in [Shchedrin 1942] in the Shoah at the age of [29]. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her [brother] from United States. [Isaak ZELIKMAN]
       Sheine Ettel ZELIKMAN, born in Shchedrin, in 1921 to Jude and Khana nee RISIN. She was a teacher and single. Seine perished in Shchedrin 1942 at the age of 21. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her [brother] from United States. [Isaak ZELIKMAN]
Yosef David ZELIKMAN, born in Shchedrin, in 1921 to Jude and Khana nee RISIN. He was a pupil and single. He perished in Shchedrin 1942 at the age of 19. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his brother from United States. [Isaak ZELIKMAN]

Leiba (son of Judah Leizer and Chana)
Aaron (son of Judah Leizer and Chana)
Dovid (son of Judah Leizer and Chana)
Zlata (Zelda) (daughter of Judah Leizer and Chana)
Leya (Leah) (daughter of Judah Leizer and Chana)

Leibe ZELIKMAN, born in Shchedrin, in 1879. He was a shoemaker and married to Fruma. He perished in Shchedrin 1942 at the age of 63. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his grndson from Ukraine, [Isaak ZELIKMAN]

Hirschel ZELIGMAN (son of Kive Leizer and ??)
wife of Hirschel ZELIGMAN (daughter of ?? and ??)
children of Hirschel ZELIGMAN

Girshl (Hersl) ZELIKMAN, 1872-1942, Mr. [Girshl] Zelikman was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1872 to Berl. He was an argriculturist and married. Page of Testimony submitted on 10/05/1999 by his granddaughter from Israel. [Dora ZELIKMAN ZORINA]
Malka ZELIKMAN, 1873-1942, She was a housewife and married to. Page of Testimony submitted on 10/05/1999 by his granddaughter from Israel. [Dora ZELIKMAN ZORINA]
      Children of Girshl and Malka:
       Iosef (Yosef) ZELIKMAN (Yossel), 1897-1942, Iosif Zelikman was born in Shchedrin, Belorussia in 1897 to Girshl and Malka. He was a kolkhoznik and married. Page of Testimony submitted on 10/05/1999 by his daughter from Israel. [Dora ZELIKMAN ZORINA]
       Risha ZELIKMAN nee MNUSKIN, 1897-1942, daughter of David and Miryam. She was married. Page of Testimony submitted on 10/05/1999 by her daughter from Israel. [Dora ZELIKMAN ZORIN]
             Grandchildren of Girshl and Malka:
             Children of Yossie and Risha:
             Daniya ZELIKMAN, 1927-1942, daughter of Iosif and Risha. She was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted on 10/05/1999 by her daughter from Israel. [Dora ZELIKMAN ZORIN]
             Berl ZELIKMAN, 1932-1942, daughter of Iosif and Risha. He was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted on 10/05/1999 by her daughter from Israel. [Dora ZELIKMAN ZORIN]

Yossel ZELIGMAN (son of Hirschel and ??)
wife of Yossel ZELIGMAN (daughter of ?? and ??)
children of Yossel ZELIGMAN

      The son of Kiva and Ita Zelikman, Shchedrin Colonists:
Avrom Yosef ZELIGMAN, 1887-1942, Argiculturist. Son of Kiva and Ita, husband of Dvoira GANKIN. Pages of Testimony submitted by his acquaintance from Ukraine, I PERSKI and his daughter, Ema GRINBERG.
Dvora ZELIKMAN nee GANKIN, 1882-1942, daughter of Avrom [GANKIN] and Freida [EPSTEIN], wife of Avrom Yosef ZELIGMAN. Pages of Testimony submitted by daughter, Ema GRINBERG. Information copy with GANKIN
      The granddaughter:
      Zisia DOBIN nee ZELIKMAN, 1915-1942, daughter of Avrom and Dvoira. Teacher, married to Samuil. align="center" submitted by her sister, Ema GRINBERG. Original is under DOBIN
      great-grandchildren:
      Liuba (Lev) DOBIN, 1935-1942, son of Samuil and Zisia. Page of Testimony submitted by his aunt, Ema GRINBERG
      Aron (Aharon) DOBIN, 1939-1942, son of Samuil and Zisia. Page of Testimony submitted by his aunt, Ema GRINBERG

Zlata PLOTKIN nee ZELIKMAN, daughter of Mikhail and Roza ZELIKMAN or ZELIGMAN, 1870-1942. Page of Testimony by her son, Mikhail PLOTKIN, 20/05/1979]

      Children of Aharon and Khaya ZELIGMAN:
As reported by daughter Roza, the only surviving child:
      Leyb "Lyova" ZELIKMAN was born in Shchedrin, in 1900 to Aron and Khaya. He was married to Sima. Prior to WWII he lived in Bobruysk. During the war was in Army, USSR. Lyova perished in the Shoah. Page of Testimony submitted by his sister, Roza ZELIKMAN
Leyb's wife:       Sima ZELIKMAN nee UNKNOWN, 1904-ca 1941, daughter of David Leib UNKNOWN. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister-in-law, Roza ZELIKMAN.
      Hershl "Grisha" ZELIKMAN was born in Shchedrin, in 1905 to Aron and Khaya. Prior to WWII he lived in Zhlobin. During the war was in Army, USSR. Grisha perished in the Shoah. Page of Testimony submitted by his sister, Roza ZELIKMAN
      Nekhama "Nina" AKSELROD nee ZELIKMAN, 1907-1942, daughter of Aron and Khaya ZELIKMAN, Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Roza ZELIKMAN. See AKSELROD.
      Khana "Khonka" ZELIKMAN, 1925-ca 1941, daughter of Aron and Khaya ZELIKMAN. She was a child. Prior to WWII she lived in Zhlobin. During the war was in Minsk. Khonka perished in Minsk. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Roza ZELIKMAN.

Sherml ZELIKMAN, 1872-1942, He was an argriculturist and married. Shmerl perished in Shchedrin. Page of Testimony submitted by his son-in-law from United States, Busia ZELIKMAN.

Zlata PLOTKIN nee ZELIKMAN, 1868-1942, Daughter of Shmerl and Sima. She was married to Khaim. Zlate perished in Shchedrin. Page of Testimony submitted by her granddaughter from Belarus, Betti PLOTKIN.. Primary record under PLOTKIN

Tzipa GOLOD nee ZELIKMAN, 1911-1942, daughter of Berl. She was a clerk and married to Vele. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister-in-law, Mania KOFMAN. Original under GOLOD.
      Children of Vele and Tzipa:
       Bebe GOLOD, 1937-1942, born in Ozarichi, daughter of Vele and Tzipa. She was a child. Page of Testimony submitted by her aunt, Rakhel GOLOD.
       Ita GOLOD, ca 1939-1942, born in Ozarichi, daughter of Vele and Tzipa. She was a child. Page of Testimony submitted by her aunt, Rakhel GOLOD.


ZUBER (not listed in the Bobroisk Yiskor Book "Surnames found in the Index"
Leyb ZUBER b. 1907 (son of Menacheym-Mendl ZUBER and Sheina



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Surnames beginning with "chet":

CHAVKIN
Rakhil CHAVKIN

Khasya PINSKY nee KHAVIN, 1864-1942. born in Shchedrin to Yeshie and Freicha. She was married to Iokhim. During the war was in Shchedrin. Khasya died in 1942 in Shchedrin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 10-Feb-1981 by her daughter Mikhlya PINSKAIA. Primary informationwith PINSKY

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Surnames beginning with "tet": (also check tav)


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Surnames beginning with "yod":


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Surnames beginning with "kaf":

KAGAN
      KAGAN first should up in Yad Vashem records. This would be due to the marriage to Chana Zeligman
Hillel "Gilel" KAGAN, Gilel Kagan was born in Shchedrin, in 1903 to Shleime and Golda. He was a sales person and married. Pages of Testimony submitted by his brothers-in-law, Yevgeni ZELIKMAN and Isaak ZELIKMAN.
Chenye "Gane" ZELIKMAN, 1905-1942. Daughter of Jude and Khana nee Risin. She was married to Gilel. Pages of Testimony submitted by her brothers, Yevgeni ZELIKMAN and Isaak ZELIKMAN. An information copy is under ZELIKMAN
      children:
      Semion KAGAN, 1929-1942, son of Gilel (Hillel) and Gane (Chana) ZELIKMAN. Pages of Testimony submitted by his uncles, Yevgeni ZELIKMAN and Isaak ZELIKMAN.
      Fima KAGAN, 1933-1942, son of Gilel (Hillel) and Gane (Chana) ZELIKMAN. Page of Testimony submitted by his uncle, Isaak ZELIKMAN.
      Olia KAGAN, 1936-1942, daughter of Gilel (Hillel) and Gane (Chana) ZELIKMAN. Pages of Testimony submitted by her uncles, Isaak ZELIKMAN and Yevgeni ZELIKMAN.
      Liza KAGAN, 1936-1942, daughter of Gilel (Hillel) and Gane (Chana) ZELIKMAN. Pages of Testimony submitted by her uncles, Isaak ZELIKMAN and Yevgeni ZELIKMAN.


KAIKOV
names marked came first from Harry L. Katz Collection
Soshe KAIKOV (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ?)
Shaiya KAIKOV (son of ?? and Soshe)

The Family of Borukh and
Sosha KAIKOV nee OKUN
         children-four perished:
         child #1
Zusia "Zus" KAIKOV, 1891-1942, son of Boris ("Berl" or "Borukh") and Sosha ("Sonya" or "Shoshana") OKUN. Husband of Raise. Pages of Testimony for submitted by nephew, Boris KAPLUN, by brother, Moisei KAIKOV, and by nephew of mother, Naum OKUNEV.
  Wife of Zushe, Raise KAIKOV, 1897-1942, daughter of Iosif and Khaitl. Page of Testimony by brother-in-law, Moisei KAIKOV, and by relative, Naum OKUNEV.
      three grandchildren:
  Etya (Etel KAIKOV, teacher, 1922-1942, daughter of Zushe and Raisa. Pages of Testimony submitted by cousin, Boris KAPLUN, by Uncle, Moisei KAIKOV, and by relative, Naum OKUNEV.
  Boris KAIKOV, 1925-1942, son of Zushe and Raisa. Pages of Testimony submitted by cousin, Boris KAPLUN, by Uncle, Moisei KAIKOV, and by relative, Naum OKUNEV.
  Rachil (Rakhel) KAIKOV, 1929-1942, daughter of Zushe and Raisa. Pages of Testimony submitted by cousin, Boris KAPLUN, by Uncle, Moisei KAIKOV, and by relative, Naum OKUNEV.
       child #2
Khana KAPLUN nee KAIKOV, nurse, 1894-1942, daughter of Berl KAIKOV and Sosha OKUN. Wife of unnamed KAPLUN. Pages of Testimony for submitted by son, Boris KAPLUN, and by brother, Moishe KAIKOV, and by relative, Naum OKUNEV. Shown with her husband under KAPLUN
       child #3
Minya OKUN nee KAIKOV, 1900-1942, daughter of Boris ("Berl" or "Borukh") and Sosha ("Sonya" or "Shoshana") OKUN. Wife of Nakhum (Nokhim) OKUN. Pages of Testimony for submitted by nephew, Boris KAPLUN, and by brother, Moishe KAIKOV. Shown with her husband under OKUN
       child #4
Shaya KAIKOV, 1906-1942, son of Boris ("Berl" or "Borukh") and Sosha ("Sonya" or "Shoshana") OKUN. Pages of Testimony for submitted by nephew, Boris KAPLUN, by brother, Moishe KAIKOV, and by nephew of mother, Naum OKUNEV.
Polina (Pola) KAIKOV nee KAIKOV?. born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) in 1902 to Izrail and Khana. She was married to Shaya. Page of Testimony submitted on 14-Dec-1981 by her relative, Nakhum OKUNEV and Page of Testimony submitted by her brother (or brother-in-law) from Russia, Moisei KAIKOV.
             grandchildren:
              Boris KAIKOV, 1940-1942, son of Shaya and Polina. Pages of Testimony submitted by cousin, Boris KAPLUN, and by Uncle, Moishe KAIKOV.

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KAPLAN
Paishecha KAPLAN (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
daughter of Paishecha KAPLAN

      Children of Avrum Pesakh and Khashe:
Boris (Beryl) KAPLAN, 1910-1942, born in Shchedrin to Khashe. He was a clerk. Berl died in 1941 [sic] in Shchedrin, Belorussia at the age of 31. Page of Testimony submitted by his neighbour from Ukraine, I. PERSKI.
Malke KAPLAN, 1913-1942, born in Shchedrin to Khashe. She was a housewife. Malke perished in 1942 in Shchedrin. Page of Testimony submitted by her neighbour from Ukraine, I. PERSKI.

      Children of Berke KAPLAN and Riva MIKLINA:
Zusman KAPLAN, 1878-1941, cabinet maker, son of Berhke, husband of Riva MIKHLINA. Page of Testimony by his grandson, Boris TANKHELSON. Zusman perished in the Borisov ghetto.

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KAPLOOM - KAPLUN
From Harry L. Katz Collection and Babruisk Yiskor Book we had Chana KAPLOOM.
Khana KAPLUN nee KAIKOV, nurse, 1894-1942, daughter of Berl KAIKOV and Sosha OKUN. Wife of unnamed KAPLUN. Pages of Testimony submitted by son, Boris KAPLUN, and by brother, Moishe KAIKOV, and by relative, Naum OKUNEV. Also shown with her father's family under KAIKOV


KAPUTKIN
  The KAPUTKIN name shows up in Ellis Island records for Bobruisk. An example is the Manifest for
Meier ERENBURG (see line 3, Nita KAPUTKIN).

(brothers) Leiba KAPUTKIN (son of ?? and ??)
Nisha KAPUTKIN (son of ?? and ??)

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KITAIN
  The family trees from the Harry L. Katz Collection (1975-1989) have four brother's from 1860's. and Feigl KITAIN whom appears in the second generation, b. 1884, as the daughter of someone in the HOLODETZ family, the family that gave Rabbi Schneerson the funds to purchase the land for the Colony of Shchedrin. She showed up as the wife of Tana EPSTEIN. Shimon KITAIN has a note that he might be from another branch of the family. The Page of Testimony for Maryasia KITAIN did not have a maiden name.

       Moishe KITAIN and Sheine (SELIGMAN) ZELIKMAN's daughter Henya (Ganya):
       Ganya (Henya) BLYAKHER nee KITAIN, 1885-1942, daughter of Moshe and Seine. She was a housewife and married to Iche. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter from Australia, Basya ALPEROVICH. The original data for this family is under BLYAKHER
       Moishe KITAIN and Sheine (SELIGMAN) ZELIKMAN's daughter Khaia:
       Khaya ZELDIN nee KITAIN, 1892-1942, daughter of Moshe and Seine. She was an argriculturist and married to Meilakh. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter from United States, Bella LEVKOVICH. The original data for this family is under ZELDIN
       Moishe and Seine's daughter Khasia and grandchildren:
       Khasia PINTOV nee KITAIN, 1900-1942, daughter of Moishe and Seine. She was a housewife and married to Peishe. Page of Testimony submitted by her niece from United States, Bella LEVKOVICH. The original data for this family is under PINTOV
             children:
             Minya PINTOV, 1924-1942, daughter of Peishe and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin from United States, Bella LEVKOVICH.
             Moisei PINTOV, 1927-1942, son of Peishe and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin from United States, Bella LEVKOVICH.
              Riva PINTOV, 1931-1942, daughter of Peishe and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin from United States, Bella LEVKOVICH.

Khaim KITAIN, 1903-1942. He was a tailor and married to Dvoshe. Page of Testimony submitted by his acquaintance from Ukraine, I. PERSKI
Dvoshe KITAIN, 1906-1942. She was a housewife and married to Khaim. Page of Testimony submitted by her acquaintance from Ukraine, I. PERSKI

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KITRIN
Riva KITRIN
Hershel KITRIN


KOPELEV*
Basya KOPELEV nee PALEI, 1882-1942. Daughter of Yizkhak Don and Alta. She was a seamstress and married to Benyamin. Page of Testimony submitted by her [son] Mendel KOPELEV. Original material under KOPELEV. Information copy under PALEI.
      children:
       Lea KOPELEV, 1924-1942. Daughter of Benyamin and Basya. She was single. Page of Testimony submitted by her [brother] Mendel KOPELEV. Original material under KOPELEV. Information copy under PALEI.


KORCHER
Freida ERENBURG nee KORCHER, 1895-[1942]. Daughter of Isroil and Alta. She was a housewife and married to Gilel (Hilel). Page of Testimony submitted by her [son] from Italy, David YERENBURG. Original material under ERENBURG.


KOZAK
Judah KOZAK (son of ?? and ??)
Dvora KOZAK (daughtrer of ?? and ??)
Leiba KOZAK (son of Judah and Dvora)
Beryl KOZAK (son of Judah and Dvora)
Riva KOZAK (daughter of Judah and Dvora)

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Surnames beginning with "lamed":

LIFSHITZ-LIVSHITZ-LIPSHITZ
Shleme LIFSHITZ b. circa 1907 (son of Meyer LIFSHITZ and ??)
Motl LIFSHITZ b. circa 1909 (son of Meyer LIFSHITZ and ??)

Meir (Meyer) LIFSHITZ, 1882-1942. He was an argriculturist and married. Page of Testimony submitted by his neighbour, I. PERSKI. [NOTE: this may belong to another person with same name]

Mere LIVSHITZ nee UNKNOWN, 1876-1942. She was a housewife and widow of Yankel. Mere perished in 1941 in Parichi, Belorussia (USSR) at the age of 65. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her granddaughter, Klara VIGODA [NOTE: she may have died 08-Mar-1942 in Shchedrin]

Family of Yankel and Khaya LIVSHIT:
Yankel LIVSHITZ, 1886-1942, son of Aizkl and Kresya. He was a clerk and married to Khaya. Page of Testimony submitted by his daughter, Sima LIVSHITZ.
Khaya LIVSHITZ nee DUBROVSKI, 1896-1942, daughter of Shlomo and Dvoira DUBROVSKI. Wife of Yankle. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter, Sima LIVSHITZ. Copy of information is under DUBROVSKI
      children:
      Resyal LIVSHITZ, 1926-1942, daughter of Yankel and Khaya DUBROVSKI. She was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Sima LIVSHITZ.
      
Danya LIVSHITZ, 1930-1942, daughter of Yankel and Khaya DUBROVSKI. She was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Sima LIVSHITZ.
      
Boris LIVSHITZ, 1941-1942, daughter of Yankel and Khaya DUBROVSKI. She was a pupil. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Sima LIVSHITZ.
Sima also reported her step-grandfather:
Moisha Yosef GORELIK, 1863-1942, son of Abram and Motlya. He was a pensioner and married to Dvoira [assumed to be the widow of Shlomo DUBROVSKI]. Page of Testimony submitted by his granddaughter, Sima LIVSHITZ. Original under GORELIK


LAPIDUS
Shaya LAPIDUS, 1891-1942, sexton. Single. Page of Testimony for Shaya LAPIDUS submitted by his acquaintance, I. PERSKI


LEVED
Berl "Boris" LEV? LEVIK? LAVAT? LEVED b. circa 1936 (son of Leyb ?? and Sara LIFSHITZ)
Tzira LEV? LEVIK? LAVAT? LEVED b. circa 1940 (daughter of Leyb ?? and Sara LIFSHITZ)


LEVIN
      Family of Yeikhun and Dvora PARTON:
Berl "Boris" PARTON(YM), 1906-1941, son of Yeikhun (Yekhiel?) and Dveira, husband of Minya LEVIN. Pages of Testimony submitted by father-in-law, Shlema LEVIN (twice), and relative MALYKIN.
Minya PARTON(YM), nee LEVIN, 1903-1942, daughter of Borach and Zelda, wife of Boris. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin, MALIKIN. Original under PARTON
      children:
      Zina (Zelda~Gina) PARTON, pupil, ca 1928-1941. Page of Testimony from her uncle, Shlema LEVIN.
      Boris PORTON(YM), ca 1918-1942. Son of Berul and Minya. He was a military doctor and single. Page of Testimony from his uncle, Shlyoma LESIN [probably Shlema LEVIN].


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Surnames beginning with "mem":

MACHTINEH-MAKTIN
Ester MAKTINA nee EL, daughter of Avram and Matlya EL, 1903-1941. Page of Testimony from her brother's sister-in-law, Dvosya GELFAND, 10/05/1999. An information copy is under EL

Yankel MACHTINEH (son of ?? and Esther)
Maryasha MACHTINEH (daughter of ?? and Esther)
Chana Riva MACHTINEH (daughter of ?? and Esther)


MADORSKY Ethel (Etta?) MADORSKY (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
Fanya MADORSKY (daughter of ?? and Ethel)
Fima MADORSKY (son of ?? and Ethel)

Ela (Eli) MADORSKY (son of ?? and ??)
Basha MADORSKY (daughter of ?? and ??)
Yishue MADORSKY (son of Ela and Basha)

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MAIZEL
Muse MAIZELS nee VIGDORCHIK, 1896-1941, daughter of Yosef and Khaidl. She was a housewife and married to Moisei. Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter, Sofia VISHINSKI, 05-Feb-1999. Information entry under VIGDORCHIK


MALY
Iser MALY 1899-1942. He was married to Basia [PINSKI]. Iser perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 43. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his grandson from Russia [Yakov MALY].
Basia MALY nee PINSKI, 1900-1942. She was a housewife and married to Iser. Basia perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 42. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her grandson from Russia, Yakov MALY. An information copy is under PINSKI.
      children of Iser and Basia:
      Moisei (Moshe) MALY 1925-1942. He was a Pupil. Moisei perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 17. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his cousin from Belarus [Yevel GANKIN] and a Page of Testimony submitted by his nephew from Russia, Yakov MALY
      Frida MALY 1930-1942. She was a Pupil. Frida perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 12. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her grandson from Russia, Yakov MALY


MARGOLIN-MORGOLIN
While serving in the Red Army, Joe "Yosef" Margolin, came home to visit his family in Schedrin (Minsk guberniya, near Bobroisk) [1942], he found that the Nazis had slaughtered his family and about 1400 [sic] persons, every Jew in the village.

He came to Pittsburgh about twelve years ago [approximately 1982]. He has a son, a professional [Roman].


There are three MARGOLIN families that may be siblings based on their age and religious affiliation, Chabad-Lubavitch Chasidism Judaism.
Israel MARGOLIN, Avraml MARGOLIN, and Pinia MARGOLIN.

Raikhl MARGOLIN nee DEMBURG (in Harry L. Katz Collection as Rehel (Reichal) MARGOLIN nee' DENBURG) 1897-1942, born in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) to Leib [Yehuda Leyb DENBURG and Sara OKUN]. She was a housewife and married to Avreml. Page of Testimony submitted on 01-Jun-1999 by her nephew, a Shoah survivor. [Leonid Leib LIFSHITZ, from Israel] Noted under DEMBURG
Avreml (Abe) MARGOLIN, 1892-1942, married to Raikhl. Page of Testimony submitted on 01/05/1999 by his relative [Leonid Leib LIFSHITZ, from Israel]
      children:
      Leibke MARGOLIN (Yehuda Leyb), 1927-1942. Leibke perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 15. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/06/1999 by his cousin. [Leonid LIFSHITZ, from Israel]
      Dashke MARGOLIN (Yedasha), 1929-1942. Dashke perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 13. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/06/1999 by her cousin. [Leonid LIFSHITZ, from Israel]
      Isrolik MARGOLIN (Yisroel), 1935-1942. Dashke perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 7. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/06/1999 by his cousin. [Leonid LIFSHITZ, from Israel]
      Gindechke MARGOLIN (Hinde), 1938-1942. Dashke perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 4. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 01/06/1999 by her cousin. [Leonid LIFSHITZ, from Israel]

Leiba MARGOLIN (son of ?? and ??)
Sifra MARGOLIN (daughter of ?? and ??)
Kopel MARGOLIN (son of Leiba and Sifra)
Saral MARGOLIN (daughter of Leiba and Sifra)

Avremel MARGOLIN (son of ?? and ??)
Reichel MARGOLIN (daughter of ?? and ??)
Dashe MARGOLIN (daughter of Avremel and Reichel)
Leibe MARGOLIN (son of Avremel and Reichel)
Israel MARGOLIN (son of Avremel and Reichel)
Hinda MARGOLIN (daughter of Avremel and Reichel)

Yirma (Yirmiyahu/Jeremiah) MARGOLIN (son of ?? and ??)
Leiba MARGOLIN (son of Yirma & ??)
Nachum MARGOLIN (son of Yirma & ??)

Pina MARGOLIN (son of ?? and ??)
wife of Pina MARGOLIN (daughter of ?? and ??)
father of Pina MARGOLIN (son of ?? and ??)
children of Pina MARGOLIN

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Surnames beginning with "nun":


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Surnames beginning with "samech":

SAMARDIN
Yossel SAMARDIN (son of ?? and ??)
Hershel SAMARDIN (son of Yosel and ??)


SAMPSON

Shembron SAMPSON (son of ?? and ??)
Yakov SAMPSON (son of Shembron and ??)


SIMONOVSKI
Yaakov SIMONOVSKI 1882-1942, born in Shchedrin. He was a worker and married. Yaakov perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 60. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 20/05/1999 by his family, a Shoah survivor.[Helena AKSELROD GANZMAN]


SLAVIN
Shimon SLAVIN, 1915-1942. Born in Shchedrin to Zalman and Lea [maiden named assumed to be ROHKLIN]. He was a worker and single. Shimon perished in Beloruussia. Page of Testimony submitted on 25/12/1955 by his Uncle, Lev Avraham RAKHLIN.

Avraham ROKHLIN submitted a Page of Testimony for Efraim ROKHLIN, 1885-1942. Born in Shchedrin to Tzvi and Kuna. He was a merchant and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Brisk, Poland. Efraim perished in 1942 in Brisk, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 25/12/1955 by his brother. [Avraham ROKHLIN]. See ROKHLIN


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Surnames beginning with "ayin":

Possibly YERENBURG

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Surnames beginning with "peh":

FINKELSTEIN (not listed in the Bobroisk Yiskor Book "Surnames found in the Index"
female FINKELSTEIN (daughter of ?? PLOTKIN and ??) (wife of ??)
Aryey-Harry, sister of Smuel-Sam)
female FINKELSTEIN (daughter of Aryey-Harry, sister of Smuel-Sam)
male FINKELSTEIN (son of Aryey-Harry, brother of Smuel-Sam)
male FINKELSTEIN (son of Aryey-Harry, brother of Smuel-Sam)

Girsh (Hersh) Tzvi FINKELSTEIN, 1880-1942. He was a kolkhoznik. He was married to Khane Sora GORELIK. Page of Testimony by his granddaughter, Riva GORELIK SHTEINBUK
Khane Sore FINKELSTEIN nee GORELIK, 1879-1942. She was a kolkhoznik. She was married to Girsh Tzvi. Page of Testimony by her granddaughter, Riva GORELIK SHTEINBUK


FRADKIN

      The FRADKIN name first appeared as Kisha FRADKIN, wife of one of the GOLODETZ children from the Shchedrin colonys' founding familiy Zalman GOLODETZ (HOLODETZ). She was mentioned in The History of the Family Golodetz. The youngest of Zalman's eleven surviving children also married a FRADKIN.
      The next mention is
Shmoil FRADKIN born circa- 1895. It is reasonable to think he might be a son of Sonya GOLODETZ. The SHENDEROVICH family came from Bobruisk.

Taibl FRADKIN nee SHENDEROVICH, 1898-1942, housewife and married to Shmoil. Page of Testimony submitted on 13/07/1999 by her son, Lev FRADKIN. An information copy is under SHENDEROVICH
      children:
      Sara FRADKIN, 1921-1942, daughter of Shmoil and Taibl, teacher and married to Shmoil. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Lev FRADKIN.
      
Peshe (Pesya) FRADKIN, 1926-1942, daughter of Shmoil and Taibl, teacher and married to Shmoil. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Lev FRADKIN.
      
Boris FRADKIN, 1928-1942, son of Shmoil and Taibl, teacher and married to Shmoil. Page of Testimony submitted by his relative, Lev FRADKIN.

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FRIEDLAND-FRIDLEND-FRIDLIN-FRIDLYAND
Peisha FRIDLEND, 1894-1941, son of Yuda and Dvoira. Page of Testimony submitted by sister, [Zelda FRIDLIN]
Khana FRIDLYAND 1928-1941, son of Peisha or Naum and ? Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLYAND

Rakhel FRIDLEND, ?-1941, daughter of Yuda and Dveira; wife of Zyama. Page of Testimony submitted by Zelda FRIDLIN, sister, 28/04/1999]
Khana EPSHEN nee FRIDLYAND [1910-1941] (daughter of Yuda and Dvoira) Page of Testimony submitted by sister, Zelda FRIDLYAND]
Dora EPSHEN [1933-1941] (daughter of ? and Khana) Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLYAND]

  Of the six children of Yuda and Dvoira FRIDLAN, only Zelda survived:
  Grown child #1?:
Dveira GRAIZER nee FRIDYAND, housewife,
  Grown child:
Peisha (Pesakh) FRIDLYAND , 1894-1941. Page of Testimony submitted by his sister, Zelda FRIDLIN
Khasya FRIDYLAND nee UNKNOWN, ca 1896-1941, daughter of Peisha and Khasya. Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLIN.
      grandchildren:
Rive FRIDLEND, 1922-1941, daughter of Peisha and Khasya. Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLIN.
Khana FRIDLEND, 1928-1941, daughter of Peisha and Khasya. Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLIN.
Golda FRIDLEND, 1930-1941, daughter of Peisha and Khasya. Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLIN.

    Grown child:
Khana EPSHEN nee FRIDLIN or FRIDLYAND, 1910-1941. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister, Zelda FRIDLIN.
      grandchildren:
Vova EPSHTEIN, 1929-1941, daughter of Khana. Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLIN.
Dora EPSHEN, 1933-1941, daughter of Khana. Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLIN.
Naum FRIDLEND
[? - 1941] (son of Yuda and Dvoira) Page of Testimony submitted by sister, Zelda FRIDLIN]
Mina FRIDLYAND, 1921-1941, daughter of Naum or Peisha and ?. Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLIN, 28/04/1999
Sofa FRIDLYAND, 1926-1941, daughter of Naum or Peisha and ?) Page of Testimony submitted by aunt, Zelda FRIDLIN, 28/04/1999.

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PALEI, PALEY, PALLEY
Basya KOPELEV nee PALEI, 1882-1942. Daughter of Yizkhak Don and Alta. She was a seamstress and married to Benyamin. Page of Testimony submitted by her [son] Mendel KOPELEV. Original material under KOPELEV. Information copy under PALEI.
      children:
       Lea KOPELEV, 1924-1942. Daughter of Benyamin and Basya. She was single. Page of Testimony submitted by her [brother] Mendel KOPELEV. Original material under KOPELEV. Information copy under PALEI.


PARTON (PORTON*)
      Family of Yeikhun and Dvora PARTON:
Berl "Boris" PARTON(YM), 1906-1941, son of Yeikhun (Yekhiel?) and Dveira, husband of Minya LEVIN. Pages of Testimony submitted by father-in-law, Shlema LEVIN (twice), and relative MALYKIN.
Minya PARTON(YM), nee LEVIN, 1903-1942, daughter of Borach and Zelda, wife of Boris. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin, MALIKIN. Information copy under LEVIN
      children:
      Zina (Zelda~Gina) PARTON , pupil, ca 1928-1941. Page of Testimony from her uncle, Shlema LEVIN.
      Boris PORTON(YM), ca 1918-1942. Son of Berul and Minya. He was a military doctor and single. Page of Testimony from his uncle, Shlyoma LESIN [probably Shlema LEVIN].


PEREVOSHKENEH
Esther PEREVOSHKENEH (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
Luba PEREVOSHKENEH (daughter of ?? and Esther)


PERSKY-PERSKI
       The PERSKI famiies were mentioned at Shchedriner reunions. But not everyone mentioned was reported in Page of Testimony.

Mordekhai PERSKI (Motte PERSKY), 1897-1942. Born in Ryasna, (Senno, Vitebsk). Son of Tevie (Tuie) and married to Keila. Mordekhai perished in 1942 in Shchedrin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his son from Ukraine, I. PERSKI.
Keila PERSKI (Kania PERSKY) (nee PERSKI?), 1900-1942. Born in Shchedrin to Berl. Argiculturist and married to Mordkai. Keila perished in 1942 in Shchedrin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his daughter [sic] from Ukraine, I. PERSKI.
      children:
       Iosif PERSKI (Yoshua PERSYI), 1921-1942. He was a soldier. Prior to WWII he lived in Army, Ussr. Iosif perished in 1941 in Finland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his brother from Ukraine, I. PERSKI.
       Sara PERSKI (Sara PERSYI), 1927-1942. She was a pupil. Sara perished in 1942 in Shchedrin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her sister [sic] from Ukraine, I. PERSKI.

These people were not reported:
Polya PERSKY (daughter of Motl and Kania)
Borach PERSKY (son of Motl and Kania)

Teme (Tema) PERSKI nee PERSKI, 1917-1942. Born in Cherven. Daughter of Meyer and Frume and married. Teme perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by cousin, I. PERSKI.

Tema PERSKI nee PERSKI, 1910-1942. Born in Cherven. She was an accountant and married. Tema perished in 1942 in Shchedrin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her sister from United States, Lea PERSKI.

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PEVZNER*-PEWZNER*
Zalman PEVZNER, 1890-ca 1942. Son of Shlomo and Ester. He was married to Lea. Born and lived in Shchedrin. Zalman perished in Zhlobin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 02-Jul-1957 by his niece, Irina SENCHUK.
Lea PEVZNER nee UNKNOWN, 1890-ca 1942. She was married to Zalman (Shlomo). Born and lived in Shchedrin. Lea perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 02-Jul-1957 by her niece, Ivana SONDAK.


PINSKER*
Nachum PINSKER. He was a merchant and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). Nachum perished in 1942 in Shchedrin, Belorussia (ussr). This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 13/05/1957 by his close friend. Arahon GERCHIKOV].


PINSKY-PINSKI
Esther OKUN nee PINSKI, 1870-1972, duaghter of Girshl and Reizl, wife of Shmerl. Pages of Testimony submitted by son, Nakhum OKUNEV. Listed with OKUN
      daughters of Esther OKUN nee PINSKI:
      Riva ERENBURG nee OKUN, 1902-1942, daughter of Esther and Shmerel, wife of Nokhim. Pages of Testimony submitted by brother, Nakhum OKUNEV. Listed with ERENBURG
      Reizl OKUN, 1911-1942, daughter of Ester [Esther and Shmerl]. Pages of Testimony submitted by her brother, Nakhum OKUNEV.

Basia MALY nee PINSKI, 1900-1942. She was a housewife and married to Iser. Basia perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 42. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her grandson from Russia, Yakov MALY. Original listed under MALY
Iser MALY 1899-1942. He was married to Basia [PINSKI]. Iser perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 43. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his grandson from Russia, Yakov MALY.
      children of Iser MALY and Basia PINSKI:
      Moisei (Moshe) MALY 1925-1942. He was a Pupil. Moisei perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 17. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his cousin from Belarus [Yevel GANKIN] and a Page of Testimony submitted by his nephew from Russia, Yakov MALY
      Frida MALY 1930-1942. She was a Pupil. Frida perished in 1942 in Shchedrin at the age of 12. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her grandson from Russia, Yakov MALY

Nahkum PINSKY 1865-1942. born in Shchedrin Berl and Eta. During the war was in Shchedrin. Nokhin died in 1942 in Shchedrin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 10-Feb-1981 by his daughter Makhla "Michla PINSKAIA" PINSKI.
Khasya PINSKY nee KHAVIN, 1864-1942. born in Shchedrin to Yeshie and Freicha. She was married to Iokhim. During the war was in Shchedrin. Khasya died in 1942 in Shchedrin. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 10-Feb-1981 by her daughter Mikhlya PINSKAIA. Information copy with KHAVIN


PINTOV
Peishe PINTOV , 1895-1942. Son of Minia. He was a worker and married to Khasia. Pages of Testimony submitted by his niece, Bella LEVKOVICH .
Khasia PINTOV nee KITAIN, 1900-1942. Daughter of Moishe and Sheine KITAIN. She was a housewife and married to Peishe. Pages of Testimony submitted by niece, Bella LEVKOVICH
. An information copy is under KITAIN.
      children:
       Minya PINTOV, 1924-1942, daughter of Peishe and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin from United States, Bella LEVKOVICH
      Moisei PINTOV, 1927-1942, son of Peishe and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin from United States, Bella LEVKOVICH
      Riva PINTOV, 1931-1942, daughter of Peishe and Khasia. Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin from United States, Bella LEVKOVICH.


PLOTKIN
Fagel PLOTKIN (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??) (YM)
children PLOTKIN (of ?? and Fagel) (YM)

Zlata PLOTKIN nee ZELIKMAN, 1868-1942, Daughter of Shmerl and Sima. She was married to Khaim. Zlate perished in Shchedrin. Page of Testimony submitted by her granddaughter from Belarus, Betti PLOTKIN.. Information copy under ZELIKMAN

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POLONETZKI
Dora POLONETZKI, was born in Lyakhovichi (Pol), Belorussia (ussr). Daughter of Fruma and Beinish. She was single. Prior to WWII she lived in Shchedrin. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister-in-law, Malka POLONETZKI.


Surnames beginning with "tsadeh":

TSUKAVITSKY Susha TSUKAVITSKY (daughter of ?? and ??) (wife of ??)
Riva TSUKAVITSKY (daughter of ?? and Susha)
Minda TSUKAVITSKY (daughter of ?? and Susha)

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Surnames beginning with "qof":


CHAITMAN (not listed in the Bobroisk Yiskor Book "Surnames found in the Index"
Motl CHAITMAN b, circa 1905 (husband of ??, son of ?? and ??)
Rosa CHAITMAN b. circa 1935 (daughter of Motl CHAITMAN and ??)
Itza CHAITMAN b. circa 1937 (son of Motl CHAITMAN and ??)


KAPUTKIN
(not listed in the Bobroisk Yiskor Book "Surnames found in the Index"
Yakov KAPUTKIN (son of ?? and ??)
Shima LIFSHITZ KAPUTKIN (daughter of ?? and ??)
Micha KAPUTKIN (son of Yakov KAPUTKIN and Shima LIFSHITZ)
son#1 KAPUTKIN (son of Mischa KAPUTKIN and ??)
son#2 KAPUTKIN (son of Mischa KAPUTKIN and ??)
Leia KAPUTKIN (daughter of Yakov KAPUTKIN and Shima LIFSHITZ)

Leib KAPUTKIN (son of ?? and ??)


KARASIK
Sholom Ber KARASIK, 1928-1942, son of Menakhem and Genya. He was a pupil and a child. Sholom perished in 1942 in Rostov Na donu. Page of Testimony submitted by his brother Mordekhai KARASIK.


KIMMELMAN
    Red-headed Mikhaeyl KIMMELMAN was one of the first Chabad-Lubavitch Chasids to settle the new Colony of Shchedrin. His wife Eshe "Eshka" EPSTEIN also came from a large Chasidic family. They had twelve known children ca 1857-1893. Using the youngest son's daughter's age and other grandchildren's birth years, I worked backwards to estimate that Eshka was a child bride. Czar Nicholas I enacted the "Statutes Regarding the Military Service of Jews" in August 26, 1827. Young marriages were a way of protecting the young men from twenty-five years or more in the Imperial Russian Army.
  Grandchildren of original colonist Mikhaeyl and Eshka:
Ish (Arie) KIMELMAN, 1876-1942, son of Isrol Ber and Minya [PLOTKIN], butcher, married to Khaya [LIFSHITZ]. Page of Testimony submitted by his son, Mikhail KIMELMAN
Tzipora Moiseevna LICHAVITZ, 1890-1941, daughter of Moishe LICHAVITZ and Riva KIMELMAN, married to Abram Solomonivich RIDNER. A Page of Testimony submitted by her son, Reuven RIDNER, for the husband and daughter. Notes from Lawrence LASHER compiler of this genealogy, said husband, and wife were bayonetted along with young daughter Etia (14 years old) in Mogilev.

      Only Bentzion "Bencha" "Bentze" KIMMELMAN(YM) was mentioned by Yossel Margolin at the Shchedriner gatherings held by Harry L. Katz from 1975 to 1988
Bentzion KIMELMAN, 1881-1942, Agriculturist, son of Elya and Brokha, husband of Reizul. Pages of Testimony submitted by his sister, Basya KIMELMAN AVRUTOV, and his acquaintence, I. PERSKI
      All five children of Betze and Reizl died:
      Tevye KIMELMAN, Officer, Army, USSR. 1915-1941. Died in battle. Page of Testimony submitted by his acquaintence, I. PERSKI
      Keila KIMELMAN, 1917-1941. Died in Osipovichi. Page of Testimony submitted by her niece, Basya KIMELMAN
      Nioma KIMELMAN, Officer, Army, USSR. 1918-1941. Died in Leningrad. Page of Testimony submitted by his acquaintence, I. PERSKI
      Mikhael KIMELMAN, Officer, Army, USSR. 1921-1941. Died in Sevastopol. Page of Testimony submitted by his acquaintence, I. PERSKI
      Natanl KIMELMAN, Officer, Army, USSR. 1924-1944. Died in Romania. Page of Testimony submitted by his acquaintence, I. PERSKI
Zeml (Zimel) KIMELMAN, 1891-1942, Agriculturist, son of Elya and Brokha, husband of Malka KRICHEVSKI. Page of Testimony submitted by his sister, Basya KIMELMAN.
  Malka KIMELMAN nee KRICHEVSKI, 1896-1942, daughter of Gilel and Beilya, wife of Zeml (Zimel) KIMELMAN. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister-in-law, Basya KIMELMAN. Died in Belorussia (USSR).
  child of Zimel and Malka:
  Beila KIMELMAN, 1923-1942, daughter of Malka . Page of Testimony submitted by her niece, , Basya KIMELMAN.

Abram KIMELMAN, Clerk, 1893-1942. Page of Testimony submitted by his acquaintence, I. PERSKI
  child of Avram:
Bela KIMELMAN, Pupil, 1926-1942. Page of Testimony submitted by her acquaintence, I. PERSKI

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KITAICHIK
Berk (Berl) KITAICHIK, 1885-1942, blacksmith. Page of Testimony submitted by his grandson, Aleksander KIRTZER.
Khaya Rokhl KITAICHIK, nee UNKNOWN, 1889-1942. Page of Testimony submitted by her grandson, Aleksander KIRTZER.
  child:
  Masha KITAICHIK, 1922-1942, daughter of Berl and Khaya. Page of Testimony submitted by her sister-in-law, Breina GORELIK. Died in Belarussia.

Raina KITAICHIK nee SHENDEROVICH, 1897-1942, daughter of Yankel and Tzipa. Seamstress. Page of Testimony submitted by her granddaughter, Sara ESTRIN. Information copy is under SHENDEROVICH

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KURTZER
Musha Chaim KURTZER (son of ?? and ??) (YM)
family of Musha Chaim KURTZER (YM)

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RASHKINE
Zlate (Zelda) RASHKINE (daughter of ?? and ??)
Sholom RASHKINE (son of ?? and Zelda)
Sosha RASHKINE (daughter of ?? and Zelda)


RIDNER
  Father and daughter bayonetted.
Abram Solomonivich RIDNER, 1888-1941. He was a waggoner. Prior to WWII he lived in Mogilev, Belorussia (ussr). During the war was in Mogilev, Belorussia (ussr). Abram perished in 1941 in Mogilev, Belorussia (ussr) at the age of 53. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his son. [Reuven RIDNER].
      child:
       Esther "Esya" RIDNER, 1927-1942, daughter of Abram and Tzipa, pupil and child. Page of Testimony submitted by her brother, Reuven RIDNER.

ROKHLIN* (ROHLIN*, RAKHLIN*)
Efraim ROKHLIN, 1885-1942. Born in Shchedrin to Tzvi and Kuna. He was a merchant and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Brisk, Poland. Efraim perished in 1942 in Brisk, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 25/12/1955 by his brother. [Avraham ROKHLIN]

Lev Avraham RAKHLIN submitted a Page of Testimony for Shimon SLAVIN, 1915-1942. Born in Shchedrin to Zalman and Lea. He was a worker and single. Shimon perished in Beloruussia. Page of Testimony submitted on 25/12/1955 by his Uncle. Lev Avraham RAKHLIN is probably the same person as Avraham ROKHLIN the brother or Efraim. See SLAVIN.

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Surnames beginning with "shin":

SHENDEROVICH (SANDERSON in Canada)
Taibl FRADKIN nee SHENDEROVICH, 1898-1942, housewife and married to Shmoil. Page of Testimony submitted on 13/07/1999 by her son, Lev FRADKIN. The original information is under FRADKIN
      children:
       Sara FRADKIN, 1921-1942, daughter of Shmoil and Taibl, teacher and married to Shmoil. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Lev FRADKIN.
       Peshe (Pesya) FRADKIN, 1926-1942, daughter of Shmoil and Taibl, teacher and married to Shmoil. Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Lev FRADKIN.
      Boris FRADKIN, 1928-1942, son of Shmoil and Taibl, teacher and married to Shmoil. Page of Testimony submitted by his relative, Lev FRADKIN.

Raina KITAICHIK nee SHENDEROVICH, 1897-1942, daughter of Yankel and Tzipa. Seamstress. Page of Testimony submitted by her granddaughter, Sara ESTRIN. The original information is under KITAICHIK


SHTAINBOOK- SHTEINBUK*
  The first mention of this family surname was in the Harry L. Katz Collection of Shchedriner Genealogies and taped conversations from meetings held between 1975 and 1988. The records mentioned two brothers killed in the Shoah. Samson and Yankel SHTAINBOOK.

  The next time the name showed up was the Yad Vashem Page of Testimony

  Family of Getzel and Lea SHTEINBUK:
  There are a lot of similar names between these two families. Slight variations in birth years. I will ask Leonid if he knows who Genadi~Genci is and if these are two families or merely one
Lea SHTEINBUK nee PLOTKIN, 1862-1942. Wife of Gedalia. Page of Testimony submitted by her grandson, Genadi SHTEINBUK.
      Children of Getzel SHTEINBUK and Lea PLOTKIN:
       Elizabeta "Liza" SHTEINBUK nee UNKNOWN, 1887-1942, daughter of Lea and Getzel SHTEINBUK. Liza was married. Page of Testimony submitted by her nephew, Genadi SHTEINBUK. Liza died in Krym (Crimea).
       Khaim SHTEINBUK, in Army USSR, 1904-1942, son of Lea and Getzel. Married. Page of Testimony submitted by his nephew, Genci SHTEINBUK. Khaim died in Leningrad.
       Yaakov SHTEINBUK, (Yankel SHTAINBOOK), in Army, USSR. 1912-1942, son of Lea. Never married. Page of Testimony submitted by his nephew, Genadi SHTEINBUK.
       Shimson SHTEINBUK, (Sampson SHTAINBOOK), in Army, USSR. 1915-1942, son of Lea. Page of Testimony submitted by his nephew, Genadi SHTEINBUK.

      Family of Gdaliya SHTEINBUK and Esther PLOTKIN:
      Five of the known nine children perished:
Lea TREGUBOV nee SHTEINBUK, 1900-1942, daughter of Esther [PLOTKIN] [and Gdaliya SHTEINBUK]. Housewife. Married to Nekhemia. She lived and died in Simferopol. Page of Testimony submitted on 24-Apr-2000 by his relatives, Rive and Leonid SHTEINBUK.
      Lea's children (Esther's grandchildren):
      Ishuga TREGUBOV, 1928-1942, son of Nekhemia and Leya [SHTEINBUK]. He was a pupil. He lived and died in Simferopol. Page of Testimony submitted on 24-Apr-2000 by his relatives, Rive and Leonid SHTEINBUK.
      Nokhem TREGUBOV, 1930-1942, son of Nekhemia and Leya [SHTEINBUK]. He was a pupil. He lived and died in Simferopol. Page of Testimony submitted on 24-Apr-2000 by his relatives, Rive and Leonid SHTEINBUK.

Fania (Feiga) PLOTKIN nee SHTEINBUK, 1902-1942. Public Accountant, daughter of Gedalia and Lea, and married to Mr. PLOTKIN. Pages of Testimony submitted by nephew, Genadi SHTEINBUK [NOTE: It is this record which raises questions about one or two families. Genadi used Gedalia with Lea while elsewhere he used Getzel with Lea and on a different PoT submitted one with mother's name Ester]
Yakov SHTEINBUK, 1904-1942. Public Accountant, daughter of Gedalia and Lea, and married to Mr. PLOTKIN. Pages of Testimony submitted by nephew, Genadi SHTEINBUK
Elya SHTEINBUK
, 1911-1941. Teacher, son of Ester. Pages of Testimony submitted by nephew, Leonid SHTEINBUK Elya died while in Army, USSR somewhere in Beyorussia.

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SHUB
Schmuel SHUB (son of Chayim Yakov "Yankel" SHUB and Olya EPSTEIN) (YM)
Sara SHUB nee UNKNOWN, 1896-1942. Born in Parichi. Married to Samuil. They resided in Bobruysk and died in Minsk ghetto. Page of Tesimony submitted by Lev LVOVICH

Child #1 Schmuel SHUB (YM)
Child #2 Schmuel SHUB
Child #3 Schmuel SHUB
Child #4 Schmuel SHUB
Child #5 Schmuel SHUB
Child #6 Schmuel SHUB
Child #7 Schmuel SHUB
Child #8 Schmuel SHUB
Number of children reported by Susan ROSS

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TARSHIS
(might be spelled with a "tet") Israel Maier TARSHIS (the mailman) (son of ?? and ??)
family of Israel Maier TARSHIS

 

TREGUBOV
Lea TREGUBOV nee SHTEINBUK, 1900-1942, daughter of Esther [PLOTKIN] [and Gdaliya SHTEINBUK]. Housewife. Married to Nekhemia. She lived and died in Simferopol. Page of Testimony submitted on 24-Apr-2000 by his relatives, Rive and Leonid SHTEINBUK.
      children:
      Ishuga TREGUBOV, 1928-1942, son of Nekhemia and Leya [SHTEINBUK]. He was a pupil. He lived and died in Simferopol. Page of Testimony submitted on 24-Apr-2000 by his relatives, Rive and Leonid SHTEINBUK.
      Nokhem TREGUBOV, 1930-1942, son of Nekhemia and Leya [SHTEINBUK]. He was a pupil. He lived and died in Simferopol. Page of Testimony submitted on 24-Apr-2000 by his relatives, Rive and Leonid SHTEINBUK.