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This information is based on a List of Jewish residents found in List of names of Jewish residents of Latvia, the result of research by the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Latvia under the supervision of Prof. Blyuma Pukin 1907 Druya, Poland List of persecuted persons murdered Brayna Pukin 1937 Druya, Poland List of persecuted persons murdered David Pukin 1870 List of persecuted persons not stated Borukh Pukin 1913 List of persecuted persons not stated Lesr Pukin 1878 List of persecuted persons not stated Yeyer Pukin 1925 List of persecuted persons not stated Khaim Pukin 1919 List of persecuted persons not stated Khayka Pukin 1925 List of persecuted persons not stated Lesya Pukina 1875 List of persecuted persons not stated Lipa Pukina 1911 List of persecuted persons not stated Khaya Pukina 1908 List of persecuted persons not stated Page 1 of 1 The Names Database is a work in progress. Refine Search WITH US Nakhman Pukin was born in Druja, Poland in 1896 to Leib and Lea. They came to Baltimore c 1905 and his name was changed to Max Highstein. I do have my DNA on ged match if anyone might be willing to test against mine. Goldberg, MD Associate Professor of Surgery Yaacov Hillman Shmuel Shmelke Hillman From: Libi Yeheskeli Date: Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at AM Subject: Esther Gordin Hi Eilat, Your website about the Gordins in Riga I saw this picture attached. Louis, Missouri with members of the Ragoler family during Mrs. Louis County, Missouri, USA PLOT Section C Bessie (Pesha Yenta daughter of rabbi Mordechi Shlomo Feinberg Halpern BIRTH 1892 DEATH 1970 (aged 77–78) BURIAL Bnai Amoona Cemetery University City, St. Hello, My grandfather, Eli Epstein, was from Ilya and I am interested to learn more about his family. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by his niece, Nekhama Hershkovitz Zupraner Ester Epstein was born in Ilja Area, Poland in 1915 to Max and Chana. If you know something or you are thinking about my ancestors - please write [email protected] / [email protected] thanks, Vitaly Greiserman Rav Baruch Ha Levi Epstein Also Known As: "Rav Boruch Ha Leivi Epstein the Torah Temima" Birthdate: 1860 Death: 1941 murdered by the Nazis Pinsk, Brest Region, Belarus Immediate Family: Son of Yechiel Michel Ha Levi Epstein "Aruch Hashulchan" and Michlah Epstein Husband of Wife of R' Baruch Ha Levi Epstein Brother of Batya Miriam (Mirel) Berlin; Jacon Epstein; Meir Berlin; Brina Walbrinska and Daughter of YM Epstein Shachor - Wahrhaftig It was a great joy for me to recently discover your site, This information is based on a List of persecuted persons found in List of murdered people from Druja, 1941-1942. A sister of my great grandmother also married a Chait from Birzai. My daughter’s bat mitzvah is this coming shabbat and I am very exciting to discuss these possibilities with the family. There is this photo on your website #vil_p4-11: Outdoor snapshot of the wife of Rabbi Halpern from St. Louis County, Missouri, USA BURIAL Bnai Amoona Cemetery University City, St. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by his acquaintance, Sara Mina Gurevitz Henya Henia Ragoler Wilna, Poland Page of Testimony murdered Henya henia Ragoler was born in Wilna, Poland to Zeev. Thank you for your information, Suellen Weinstein Liker [email protected] and Suellen, Seeing "Sheboygan" "a marriage of an Alperovitz to a Levitan" "Dokshitzy" Made me think of Joel. jewishgen.org/sheboygan/ Alperovitz and Krivitsky are names associated with Kurenets. The stories of my grandmother also met the name Epstein. This information is based on a Page of Testimony e) submitted by her son, Rakhmiel Pukin Yudif Pukin was born in Riga, Latvia in 1931 to Nakhman and Ema nee Levenberg. The Son, Ha Kohen, became a beloved family doctor in Hoboken, NJ. 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One of the few things I discovered is a picture (attached) where it's written in the wall "Dr. Surfing on the internet I've found the page you created on Geni, and I think you can help me telling me something more on Leo Duldig, if he fought during the war, where, eccetera eccetera. We look forward to hearing from you soon Best Regards, Federico Sconocchia Pisoni Most likely the picture is from Vienna Leo was born in 1889 in Przemy? Some of my family came from Vitebsk: Levitan, Hoffman, Krivitsky (great grandmother Perel), Alperovitz and many others who are now buried at the Hebrew Cemetery in Kohler, WI just outside of Sheboygan where we all lived. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by his community member, Yehoshua Lapidot Rachel Epsztejn was born in Ilja, Poland in 1880. Rabbi Bregman is an internationally recognized Torah scholar, best-selling author, and media personality. I have Shiur Ha Shiurim and a hand carved wood spindle that he gave to my Santa, his daughter Chaya Sara for their wedding in 1929? When my Great Uncle, Dr Cohen’s Mother was dying from pancreatic cancer, he nursed her. However my Parents met at a Passover Sedar that she held. And my Father, Morton Cohen (Mordy, Mordecai) married Miriam Golda Chaiet in 1952. html , there are a great many Khait references (also Chait and other spellings), which possibly would be trails to Fishel's sibs and ascendants, also to Rakhel's maiden name and from there to that whole side of my family. They all survived as they left the town before the war to continue their studies at the university either in Poland or Russia. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by his wife's wnephew, Khona Polonski Moshe Ragoler was born in Veliuona, Lithuania in 1938 to Meyer and Zelda nee Miltz. I have some pictures from his archive, but it's very difficult to discover something. Leo Duldig and Stephanie Duldig Wife of Hendrik Gutwirth Mother of Vivien Ruth Zimmet and Andrew Michael Gutwirth Sister of Arthur Eduard Duldig To Eilat: I was perusing the internet today and found this site. Rabbi Bregman helped us craft this guide and provides some advice for attending college.