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 #   Notes   Tree   Person ID   Linked to 
1 (includes the archives for Klimontow and Nadbrzezie)  Repository (REPO11)
 
2 (now Yedintsy, Moldova) OurFam I492 REVCOLEVSKY, Ichie (I492)
 
3 1 Av 5716 OurFam I1201 LIEBOWITZ, Karl (Kive) (I1201)
 
4 1 Cheshvan 5765 OurFam I1267 AUERBACH/URBACK, Thelma (I1267)
 
5 13 Sivan 5727 OurFam I759 URBACK, Jacob (I759)
 
6 18 Kislev 5693 OurFam I90 AMDURER, Harris (I90)
 
7 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. OurFam I455 ROSE (RAIZEN), Pauline (Tommy) (I455)
 
8 1920 Census (Brooklyn, NY) lists surname as Raizen; later changed to Rose. OurFam I2701 RAIZEN (ROSE), Yusef (Joseph) (I2701)
 
9 21 Iyar 5760 OurFam I2864 FULOP, Clara (Klari) (I2864)
 
10 23 Sivan 5764 OurFam I2860 KATZ, Peter (I2860)
 
11 24 Adar II 5722 OurFam I868 BILSKY (PRZYBYLSKI), Sarah Bella (I868)
 
12 25 Adar 5748 OurFam I1586 LIEBOWITZ, Irving (Isidore) (I1586)
 
13 26 Kislev 5710 OurFam I1210 MECHANIK, Rebecca (Wichne Riba) (I1210)
 
14 28 Adar 5704 OurFam I435 SEIBEL, Morris Kalman (I435)
 
15 28 Kislev 5712 OurFam I91 PERLMAN, Lena (Leah) (I91)
 
16 3 Shevat 5685  OurFam I2874 LEFKOVITZ, Regina (Rivka) (I2874)
 
17 3 Tishrei 5764 OurFam I1696 ANDURER, Mildred Maryanne (I1696)
 
18 6 Tishrei 5703 OurFam I540 KLOSS, Rebecca (I540)
 
19 7 Nisan 5766  OurFam I3065 GRINSTEIN, Irene (Sarah) (I3065)
 
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. OurFam I1904 KRIEGER, Esther (I1904)
 
21 8 Shevat 5757 OurFam I1084 SEIBEL, Joseph (I1084)
 
22 Ellis Island Passenger Arrivals website OurFam Repository (REPO2)
 
23 Social Security Administration website OurFam Repository (REPO18)
 
24
Slideshow of 42 photos from Marty's burial with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery.
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OurFam I813 LEIBOWITZ, Martin Morris (I813)
 
25 A Polish officer, he was killed in a forest by Russians. OurFam I2604 WAJKSELFISZ, Pawel (I2604)
 
26 According to Chaskiel's niece, Sofia Przybylski Andel, Anni stayed behind in Poland after her husband Chaskiel left for Argentina, "waiting for the 'call', the only way that she would emigrate to my country. But, in the meantime started the II World War and Anni was taken to the camps and was murdered there." OurFam I2908 HOFFMAN, Anni (I2908)
 
27 According to death certificate, her date of birth was 1871. Her Ellis Island ship record manifest, however, lists her as 34 in July 1909, which would result in a date of birth in 1874-75. OurFam I1210 MECHANIK, Rebecca (Wichne Riba) (I1210)
 
28 According to her cousin Gustave Lieberman's Page of Testimony, Edzia was living in the Lodz ghetto when she was deported to Auschwitz, where she died about 1939 at the age of 18.
 
OurFam I3035 PIASKOWSKI, Edzia (I3035)
 
29 According to her cousin Gustave Lieberman's Page of Testimony, Sabe was living in the Lodz ghetto when she was deported to Auschwitz, where she died about 1939. OurFam I3037 PIASKOWSKI, Sabe (I3037)
 
30 According to her granddaughter, Dorothy Weisbaum Graf, Hannah and her family lived with her sister, Fredericka, when they came to the US until they settled in Denver for a while on their way to the West Coast to visit family in LA and San Francisco. However, Fredericka Gordon Perlman arrived in the US years after Hannah.

On her cryptstone, her maiden name is spelled "Gordan". 
OurFam I561 GORDON, Hannah (I561)
 
31 According to her grandson Henry Silk, Jr, Nettie first emigrated from Latvia to England, where she went to a girls' school in London, and later came to the US and settled in San Francisco. She was married to Mark Leites, a Russian sailor. When she died in 1944, her age was listed as 78. On her cryptstone, her maiden name is spelled "Gordan." OurFam I564 GORDON, Nettie (Anete) (I564)
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. OurFam I2789 DICKERMAN, Deborah Sadie (Sadie Dvora) (I2789)
 
33 According to his cousin Gustave Lieberman's Page of Testimony, Jakob was living in the Lodz ghetto when he was deported to Auschwitz, where he thought he died about 1939 at the age of 16. However, the Lodz Ghetto information states that he was a "worker" and was deported 1 Apr 1944.
 
OurFam I3036 PIASKOWSKI, Jakob (I3036)
 
34 According to his cousin Gustave Lieberman's Page of Testimony, Moszek was living in the Lodz ghetto when he was deported to Auschwitz, where he died about 1939. OurFam I3032 PIASKOWSKI, Moszek (I3032)
 
35 According to his daughter, Sonia, he was "from Lodz," but we do not know where in Poland he was born. According to his grandson, Moyses, he could not travel with his parents and siblings when they went to the US, because he had an eye disease. He emigrated instead to Brazil in 1925, with his sons Enrique (Herman) and Bernardo. He stayed a short time in Curitiba, Brazil, and then went back to Poland. He returned to Brazil in 1935 with the rest of his family (Sonia, Silvio, and Benjamin), exept for Marcos (who was in the military) and Samuel (who was married). OurFam I1772 SEIBEL (Zeibel), Salomon (Salo\Shlomo) David (I1772)
 
36 According to his daughters' ship manifest, he was living in Grabow, Russia (now Belarus) in 1909. OurFam I913 MECHANIK, Zvi (Hirsch) (I913)
 
37 According to his granddaughter, Eliana Przybylski, he left Bessarabia to go back to Poland with his wife and sons two years before emigrating to Argentina in 1960. OurFam I2888 PRZYBYLSKI, Yitzhak (Icek) (I2888)
 
38 According to his granddaughter, Phillis Bilsky Wolk: "His name was Charles, but he thought it was fancy to have a middle name, so he added the Herman himself, and liked to be called "C.H." and had that on his grocery store sign." OurFam I1199 BILSKY, Charles Herman (I1199)
 
39 According to his granddaughter, Phillis Bilsky Wolk: "My grandfather Charles was born in Clarksville, Tennessee and did lots of odd jobs as a teenager. When he got married to Bessie Dattel, they moved to Sunflower, Mississippi, to open a dry goods store. They then moved to Paris, Tennessee to open another dry goods store. (Issy and Toby were born there.) Then they moved back to Clarksville and opened a department store. (Ruben and Celia born there.) Then they moved to Forest City, Arkansas, and opened dry goods and a scrap yard. Uncle Issy ran the Scrap, and Dad [Ruben] and Uncle Toby ran the dry good then grocery store. The boys went into the army and, after the war, moved to Memphis, Tennessee. 'Papa' retired and moved to Memphis so Aunt Celia could meet Jewish boys. Papa then had some properties. (I used to go with him as a child to collect rents.) The true wandering Jews!" OurFam I1199 BILSKY, Charles Herman (I1199)
 
40 According to his grandson Henry Silk, Jr, Mark Leites was a Russian sailor. OurFam I565 LEITES, Mark (I565)
 
41 According to his great-granddaugher, Phillis Bilsky Wolk: He first moved from Poland to England. He came to the United States and sent for this three older children later. He first settled in Clarksville, Tennessee, and then moved to Stuttgart, Arkansas. OurFam I1240 PRZYBYLSKI (BILSKY), Solomon (Szlama) (I1240)
 
42 According to his nephew Moyses Resnitzky, Benjamin came to Brazil with his parents in 1935, when he was 13. The youngest son, Benjamin was the only child to study in the university, where he became a "communist leader." Because of the strong anti-communist political situation in Brazil in 1952 (and because he was still a Polish citizen), he was jailed and extradited. Instead of going to France, however, Benjamin decided to return to Poland, where he was a radio and tv journalist. Because of the antisemitism there, he went to Viet Nam with the Polish delegation and lived in Saigon during the late 1950's. He later returned to Poland, where for a long time he was Chief of the Radio Warsaw short wave broadcast in Spanish to Latin American countries. He had problems with the Polish Government when the Solidarity movement started and was once close with to Lech Walesa. Although he thought about leaving Poland, his wife Wanda did not agree. After he retired, he gave Iberian Culture lessons at the Warsaw University. OurFam I1775 SEIBEL (ZEIBEL), Benjamin (I1775)
 
43 According to his nephew Wally Walter, George was the Worker's Party candidate for Governor of NJ in 1925. He lived in Russia (Soviet Union) in the late 1920's/early 1930's. OurFam I599 PEARLMAN, George (I599)
 
44 According to his niece, Sofia Przybylski Andel, when Chaskiel left for Argentina, Anni stayed behind in Poland "waiting for the 'call', the only way that she would emigrate to my country. But, in the meantime started the II World War and Anni was taken to the camps and was murdered there." OurFam Family F14432
 
45 According to his son, Henry's father, Adolf, was from Hungary and the family name was changed to Silk at Ellis Island. OurFam I567 SILK, Henry W. (I567)
 
46 According to his son, Larry, Bernard fell, had a heart attack, and died one month prior to Larry's Bar Mitzvah, which never was celebrated.
 
OurFam I572 PERLMAN, Bernard (Baruch) (I572)
 
47 According to his youngest son, Larry, Bernard worked as a house painter. OurFam I572 PERLMAN, Bernard (Baruch) (I572)
 
48 According to Lena's nephew, Bernardo (in Brazil), Herman and Lena Seibel were "German" (or very close) cousins. We still do not know for sure how they were related; that is, who their common ancestor was. We believe that Yitzhak Yosef, Herman's father, was actually Yecheskal Seibel's son. As of now, we have no documentation to prove it. However, if Yecheskal was actually the father, then Herman and Lena would have been first cousins once removed. If instead Yitzhak Yosef's father was a brother of Yecheskal, then they would have been second cousins once removed, not "very close." OurFam Family F1692
 
49 According to son Robert, Sophie celebrated her birthday on December 17, although it was actually probably closer to December 25, "but she did not like competing with Xmas." OurFam I85 STEIN, Sophie (I85)
 
50 according to the 1930 census OurFam I998 PRZYBYLSKI (BILSKY), Morris (I998)
 

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