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#g1:On the bottom from the left  the (surviving to adulthood) children of Mordechai and Frada/ Frieda Gurevich from the left; Luba Bardan, Sima Lehrman Herbert, Batia Bender, Meir Gurevich and Natan Gurevich
#g2:Mordechai, (son of Sara nee Zimmerman and Zalman Uri ben Avraham), GUREVICH Born: 1870 Died: 1954 Israel Spouse: Frada 'Freidel' ALPEROVICH born 1870 in Kurenets died 1938 in Israel. (daughter of Yehuda ben Meir and Frada Alperovitz)
#g3:The Gurevich children who came to Israel before the Shoa, with some of their spouses and children;
from left top, Ytzhak Bender, Luba Bardan, Moshe Lherman, Alizka Rashish, Sima Lherman Herbert, Meir Gurevich. Bottom from left; Batia Bender, Eli Bender, Rachel Gordin, Amnon (Rachel' mothernal cousin) Bela Gurevich
#g4:The family of Batia nee Eishesky and Natan Gurevich in Kurenitz. from left; Zalman Uri Gurevich, Betia nee Eishisky Gurevich, Gershon Gurevich, Natan Gurevich, Lea Shogol
My Hometown by Rabbi Yakov Landau, Av Beit Din[1] of B'nei B'rak Israel.  
 
..."Reb Mordechai Horwitz/ Gurevich was known in town as Mordechai Frada's (his wife was Frada, daughter of Yehuda (ben Meir) Alperovich). He was the son of a Hasidic Jew, Zalman Uri Gurevich ,who visited Tzemach Tzedek and the name of Zalman Uri’s father was Avraham Elia. By the order of Tzemach Tzedek he ( Zalman Uri) became a shohet. Even in his last days (ca. 1920) he served as a shohet in a community near Kurenets. His eldest son was also a shohet. His name was Chaim Israel Gurevich (perished in the holocaust in Kurenets). His son Mordechai, on the other hand, had a business selling iron but his soul burnt with the holy fire. In the middle of market day when his store would be filled with Christian buyers, he would leave the store and run to pray with the community in the synagogue. Every evening he would come to our minyan to study.  
 
When Reb Mordechai Gurevich was young he went to study in the town of Labadowa, and was very influenced by Levik Labadower, who was very pure. He made a few visits with his friends at that time to the Koidanov Rebbe, but when he became middle aged, he turned to Lubavitch Hasidut and became a very devout Lubavitcher. He would pray for a long time on the Sabbath, finishing a long time after the rest of the community. A few times he went to the Admor of Lubavitch even when he was living in Rostov on the River Don. In his older years he was blessed to go to Eretz Israel. This took place about 20 years ago (ca. 1933). He settled in B'nei Brak, and after his wife Freda passed away, he moved to a kibbutz near Petah Tikva (Givat Hashlosha) and lived next to his daughter Batia Bender. Every day he would walk to Petah Tikva to study Gemara together with the Rabbi and a few of his friends. He studied the Mishna intensely, and his deepest desire was to learn all the Mishna 101 times. I am sure that he achieved his goal since he was constantly reciting the Mishna. About two years ago (ca. 1952), he passed away. “ All the children of Mordechai and Frada/ Frieda who reached adulthood (Yehuda and Henia died as Children) were Zionists. Meir Gurevitz (born 1901) was first to leave Kurenitz. After a fight he had with some non Jews Hooligans c 1922 he had to escape fast. He joined some of his friends who received papers to go to Argentina. They were promised jobs working the land on the Baron Hirsh farm. As they expected, they were working with cows - only they were slaughtering them in Breiso. Unable to stomach this and their wish to be Chalutzim in Eretz Israel, made Meir, levik Alperovitz and two others go to Israel. In Israel meir reunited with his girlfriend from Kurenitz; Bela nee Shulman. They first lived in Gan Chaim and had a daughter Rachel (Gordin). Later they moved to Moshav Bitzaron.
Batia who was born c 1906 came to Israel c 1925. She first lived in Kibutz Givat Hashlosha and later Kibutz Einat. She married Yzhak (Krolik) Bender and had four children; Eli, Yonatan, Gidal and Hila.
Sima was born in 1911. She studied in Vilna to be a teacher. After arriving in Israel she married Moshe in Bitzaron and had a daughter Aliza (Alizka now Rashish) after her husband died at a young age she married Sinai Herbert and had a son; Chaim.
Luba came to Israel c 1936. She married Avshalom Bardan and lived first in gan Yavne and later in BiTzaron. They had two children; Omri and Nava.
The oldest son; Natan Avraham was born c 1899. He lived in Kurenitz until 1942. For his story go to http://www.eilatgordinlevitan.com/kurenets/k_pages/stories_gurevitz.html 
#g5:The family of Zalman Uri Gurevitz (Son of Natan Gurevitz and batia nee Eishiski)
#g6:The family of gershon Gurevitz/ Gorev (Son of Natan Gurevitz and batia nee Eishiski)
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#g12:Gawriel Shogol Area of Combat; Narotsh Forest
Unit Battalion Suvorov
Died 1974

AND wife:Lea nee Gurevitz Shogol
born in Kurenets in 1922
Daughter of Batia nee Eishiski and Natan Gurevitz

#g13:Meir and Bela with daughter Rachel  and her husband; Dr. Sali (Sylvan) Gordin on the right corner.
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#g18:The grandchildren of rachel and Dr. Sali Gordin; Talia, Oren, Ron, Carmel, Alon (Levitan) and Ari Gordin.
#g19:Children of Rachel and Dr. Sali Gordin; Eilat, Tzafy and Eran Gordin with spouses and other family members

#g20:Children of Rachel and Dr. Sali Gordin; Eilat, Tzafy and Eran Gordin with spouses and their children

1.Meir  GUREVICH Born: Nov 1901, Kurenets, Vileyka Gubernya, Belarus
Died: 22 Oct 1973, Israel Spouse: Bela  SHULMAN  Born: Oct 1905, Kurenets, Vileyka Gubernya, Belarus Died: 26 Oct 1976, Bitzaron, Israel (daughter of Aharon and Rachel) children;
----2.Rachel GUREVICH married; Sali (Sylvan) GORDIN (son of Lola Chait and Shlomo Gordin) Born: 1926, Berlin, Germany Died: 1984, Rechovot, Israel Children:
--------------3Eilat GORDIN, Spouse: Daniel (son of Ruven and Ilana)LEVITAN, Living
Children:
-----------------4 Carmel Adi LEVITAN
-----------------4 Alon Ira LEVITAN,  
-----------------4 Ron Noam  LEVITAN,   
------------------4 Oren Eli  LEVITAN.  
------------------4 Talia Bella  LEVITAN. 
-------------3 Tzafrir  GORDIN,Spouse: Cathy BURK 
Children:
------------------4 Ari Sali GORDIN, Living.
-------------3 Eran GORDIN Spouse:  Shva Salhuv
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#g21:Family of Batia and Krolik Bender.

#g22:Meir and Bela (daughter of Aharon and Rachel Shulman) Gurevitz

1.Natan Avraham GUREVICH Born: Apr 1896. Died: 10 May 1985, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Spouse 1: Batya 'Batya' AYESHIFSKY Married: 1921 Died: 1941 Children:
---2 Leah  GUREVICH, Living.  Spouse: Gavriel 'Gavriel' SHUGOL
Born: Jan 1911, Poland Died: 1974, Israel Children:
----------3 Baruch SHUGOL, Living.  Spouse: Atalya Children:
----------------4Yael SHUGOL, Living.  
-----------------4Gavriel 'Gabi' SHUGOL, Living.  
----------3Melech Michoel 'Micki' SHUGOL, Living.  Spouse: Sarah Children:
----------------4Tal SHUGOL, Living.  
-----------------4Hadas SHUGOL, Living.  
-----------------4Moor SHUGOL, Living. 
---2Zalman Uri ' GUREVICH, Living.  Spouse: Freida Children:
-----------3Chaim  GUREVICH  Spouse: Nili Children:
-----------------4Galina GUREVICH  
-----------------4Iris GUREVICH
Spouse 2: Batya
-----------3Child; Yasmin  GUREVICH, Living. 
---2Gershon  GOREV, Living.  Spouse: Chasya Children:
-----------3Avner ' GOREV, Living.  Spouse: Yael Children:
-----------------4 Gil  GOREV  
-----------------4 Ronni GOREV  
------------3Benyamin  GOREV, Living.  Spouse: Devorah Children:
-----------------4  Yaron GOREV  
-----------------4 Michal  GOREV  
-----------------4 Asaf  GOREV  
-------------3Eran GOREV, Living.  (married and has a child)
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#g23:Batia and Krolik Bender.
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#g30a:Gilli and Amir of Kibbutz Yotveta are the children of Naama and Yoram Ilan. Yoram is the son of Hila nee bender, the daughter of Batia nee Gurevitz of Kurenitz.
#g30b:Amir Ilan
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#g32:The people in the top picture from right to left; Yair Rashish - my father in law Monica Rashish - Myself Roy Rashish - my oldest son, now aged 17.5 Sharon Rashish - My Daughter, now aged 12 Limor Rashish - My Daughter, now aged 15 Maya Rashish - My Daughter (with the dog), now aged 9 Aliza Rashish- My mother in law Sitting: Yoram Shwartz - Sarah husband (my sister in law) Omer Shwartz - Sarah Son. The picture was taken in 2/99.
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#g40:Sharona [daughter of Chaim Herbert] at her Wedding
#g41:Sharona [daughter of Chaim Herbert] at her Wedding
#g42:The family of Chaim Herbert
#g43:Yael Rimer (Granddaughter of Sima nee Gurevitz Herbert of Kurenitz) with her son; Elias, 2003. Yael is a biochemist, teaching in high school and in the university of
fine arts (chemistry for art restoration) She is also busy with charity work for children with cancer (raising money and organizing special events and magical trips for the kids)
#g44:Richard Rimer (Yaels' husband) with sons; Noam and Elias, 2003
Richard is in venture capitale together with his 3 brothers and father.
his brother David did research on the Rimer family from Belarus.
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#g46:Michael Oz Rimer was born on the 30th of September
2004. Here is a pictures of him and his brothers Noam and
Elias. Parents; Richard and Yael Rimer

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Jonathan and Roxanne (née Hakimian) Herbert married on July 4th
2004.Roxanne is from the jewish community of Mashad in Iran, in 1839
they were forced by the Shia Muslims to convert to Islam . They kept
their Judaism in secret for almost 100 years. The
father of the last Shah of Iran allowed them to practice their Judaism
freely. Mashadi Jews now live in Israel, Milan and Great Neck, NY.

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#g57:The family of Morton Horwitz in 1930;
Samuel Horwitz Age; 39 BirthYear; 1890 Kurenitz, Russia Head (Samuel is the son of Chaim Israel (perished in Kurenets in 1942), brother of Mordechai Gureitz. Mordechai and chaim Israel were sons of Zalman Uri Gurevitz of Kurenetz who died there c 1920. White New Haven, New Haven, CT Died;17 March 1979 at age 90
Sarah Horwitz Age; 36 BirthYear; 1893 Wife New Haven, New Haven, CT Died; 08 February 1965 at age 73.
Harold Horwitz Age;12 BirthYear;1917 Son New Haven, New Haven, CT
Sidney Horwitz Age;10 BirthYear;1919 Son New Haven, New Haven, CT
Morton Horwitz Age;7 BirthYear;1922 Son New Haven, New Haven, CT
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#g62: GURVICH, Boruch 1910
#g63: GURVICH, Chaim son of Gesel 1912
#g64: GURVICH, Chaim son of Jankel 1912
#g65: GURVICH, Elij son of Shimel 1912
#g66: Polish Passport of Frieda and Mordechai Gurevitz.
#g67: Born: 26 March 1859 in Hildesheim, Hanover, (now Germany)
Died: 18 Nov 1919 in Zurich, Switzerland

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This article is from the Friday Magazine (May 2, 2003) of Haaretz.  It can be found at http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=288850&contrassID=2&subContrassID=14&sbSubContrassID=0&listSrc=Y

Shva Salhoove is the wife of Eran Gordin, grandson of Bela nee Shulman and Meir Gurevich of Kurenets, and Lija (Lola) nee Chait and Salomon Gordin of Lithuania and Latvia.

Life in Venice


By Dalia Karpel

Only in Venice was writer and poet Shva Salhoove able to free herself from a tormented childhood and a misguided love. Her new book describes this marvelous journey.
In May 1999, Shva Salhoove traveled to Venice, her first trip abroad after 11 years during which she insisted on remaining at home. Salhoove, 39, an author, poet and writer of articles about Israeli art, won a trip to Venice that year after writing an article for a catalog on an exhibition by Philip Rantzer and Simcha Sherman, which was on show at the Venice Biennale. But even in this city of water, as in her life in Jaffa, Salhoove did not rush to leave the room where she was staying.

"I didn't see St. Mark's Square," she says. "I'm a person of home and window, and the entire street somehow is enfolded through the window like an internal landscape. I sat in the apartment in Venice next to the window, and I wrote footnotes for an essay on Bialik's poetry. I saw Venice through closed windows."

Her Venice experience turned out to be a personal reckoning and gave rise to a book of poems, "Ir U'neshia" ("City and Oblivion"), which is being published this month by Keter publishers.

"Until then I was a person who never comes home, a kind of Odysseus," says Salhoove. "I was someone who is always a displaced person. I invented my childhood in the ma'abara [transit camp] at Akir (today Kiryat Ekron). I invented an entire world, and entirely erased the reality of terrible loneliness that I experienced as a girl at the Boyer boarding school in Jerusalem. I lived inside books for many years, and I denied that I was a fool for books."

In Venice all her self-deceit dissolved: "I understood that I, as a woman, cannot leave my home. I am my home, and my home is wherever I am," she says. "For 12 years I have been living in a certain apartment in Jaffa, married to Eran Gordin, a clinical psychologist, and when I would go to visit my parents in Kiryat Ekron, I would say to him that `I'm going home,' and again and again I expressed signs of not being settled. In Venice I understood that I have a home and I have a path, which is not the path of loss."

The work on her book freed her from romantic ideas of unrequited love and made room for another sort of love: "When you understand that the breakdown of your ego is the result of a certain set of values, then you exit from the picture of romantic love," she says, "and you enter the space where there is a little more life and more reality. I don't have a child of my own yet. My university studies are my child, but I am now preparing a place for a child. A place has opened up inside me."

Salhoove wrote "City and Oblivion" as part of a novel of letters about a young woman, Anna Brauer, who lived in Berlin in the 1920s, came to Israel in order to settle here, but after a short stay returned to Europe. In her letters, Brauer writes poems that she doesn't publish. Salhoove took the poems that she had written for her heroine and collected them in her new book of poetry, because "at a certain stage, I was able to part from the mask and not to be like her, a writer who doesn't publish." And so the book of poetry describes a tour in Venice that slowly turns into a whirlpool of memories and passion. Three axes meet in the book: Salhoove's childhood memories of the ma'abara; her Jewish-traditional-spiritual world, including her insights about the ritual infrastructure of Judaism (she is also a doctoral student in Jewish philosophy); and her strong attraction to Israeli art.

Revolution in the ma'abara

The Hebrew name "Shva" (as in the "queen of Sheba") was given to her by her parents, natives of Libya. Her family name, "Salhoove," means "flame." She is stormy, emotional, a flame. It's somewhat difficult to stop the outburst of words and the complex sentences that flow from her. Her Hebrew is metaphorical and somewhat Bialik-like ("I speak a kind of poetic language. I can't apologize for that all my life"). Her hair is black and flowing, and her face is full of expression. She smokes Noblesse cigarettes one after another, and gulps quantities of black coffee. She is a large woman (after shedding about 15 kilograms this year), wearing a wide dress with a generous decolletage.

Her parents, Malka and Yosef Salhoove, came to Israel from Libya as children, moving from one ma'abara to another until they settled in Akir. Yosef completed his high-school education when he was a first sergeant major in the Israel Defense Forces; Malka (nee Yamin) studied only a little, because her father thought that studying was tantamount to sending a young woman out into bad company.

"Akir had a large community of Yemenites, and the place absorbed all the tragedy of the aliyah [immigration] to Israel, but also absorbed Zionism like crazy," says Salhoove. "What people disdain as Messianism is the most effective Zionism there was and the way to survive a difficult emigration. In other words, it's a real love of Zion. I grew up below a military airport, and with every plane that passed and emitted a sonic boom, my father said that it strengthened his ears."

Her mother Malka was the first revolutionary in the ma'abara. At the age of 16 she left her father's home and went to learn how to read and write in evening courses. She also found work and learned to dance.

"As a working girl, they treated my mother in the ma'abara like a loose woman," says Salhoove. "When one of the women came to offer her pious son as a match, my mother said to her: `I dance, I smoke, I work and I like the good life,' and from that moment, all the women in the ma'abara kept their distance from her. She hasn't changed - she says that she is 64 years old and nobody is going to tell her what's good and what's bad. She believes in God, and God believes in her. When I come to visit and I pester her about Shabbat observance, she answers, `For you I'm a real secular woman.'"

Salhoove says that what her mother calls "secular" is a person who is ignorant of halakha (Jewish law): "She is not a scholar, nor did she compensate herself with evening courses for those who want to return to religious sources. She doesn't observe Shabbat, but she votes for Shas, because she believes in God."

Jerusalem played a central role in her parents' faith. "When I went with my father for tests at Boyer, we went first to the Western Wall. When they would come to visit me, we would go to the Wall. All their lives my parents talked about their desire to be buried in Jerusalem. It came from my grandparents, who were crazy about Zion. For me to be inside the poetry of Rachel [who wrote during the pre-state period] is like my father being inside the sacred writings of Begin [late prime minister Menachem Begin, who led the Etzel pre-state underground] and inside a prayer book, and within the ethos of sacred Zionist heroism, with all the symbolism that we identify as chauvinism. The religious story is a story of Mizrahi [Jews of North African and Middle Eastern origin] identity."

Salhoove admits that she herself has undergone a change: "For years I shrugged off the exaggerated simplicity of this sort of religious nationalism," she explains. "Today I don't hesitate to call it nationalism. When I was 13, there was a simulation of an election campaign at Boyer, and each of us represented a different political group. This enlightened me, and I understood that my parents were fascists. It caused harsh quarrels between us, and in recent years I have understood that that is no way to talk to one another.

"As long as I can remember myself I've been religious. My father is very religious, and I have always identified with him. From a young age I was aware of the battle between him and my mother on the subject of religion, and I always sided with him. She traveled on Shabbat and watched television, and he observed Shabbat zealously. From childhood I've been enchanted by the aesthetics of religion. The synagogue was the most beautiful place in my eyes. A world without ceremony is a nightmare. I don't come to exhibition openings because I don't see that as ceremonial. I was drawn into faith in the simplest way.

"I live with a husband who is a scion of the Third Aliyah [a wave of immigration to Israel from 1919-1923]. His forefathers were atheists who established Moshav Bitzaron. To him my faith is as strong and profound as his faith in the freedom of man without a god, in man as the writer of law. The question is, in whose hands is the law? `In the hands of Rav Ovadia' [Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual leader of Shas] is an answer that convinces me. And my husband Eran also has a convincing answer. I can say that the positions of each side demand an entire world and can exist together in the world of the Holy One, Blessed Be He."

Child with dreams

Salhoove was an exceptional child, the middle of three children in the family. "I knew how to read at the age of three and a half, and a year later I knew how to write, and at the age of five I forced my poems on the kindergarten teacher at kabbalat Shabbat [a ceremony for welcoming the Sabbath]. I expected praise, but the reaction of the children was sharp and hostile opposition. In fifth grade an entire class didn't speak to me."

When she was 12, her parents decided to send her to study at Boyer, which had a reputation for having many gifted students.

"I was a child with many fears and many dreams, and I grew up in a protective family. To come to Boyer without previous preparation was terrible. In the middle of eighth grade, I was terribly homesick and my parents didn't let me return, claiming that there was no academic high school in the area, and there really wasn't. To send me to the boarding school was part of being accepted by Zionism, an involvement that is expected for a Jew in the Land of Israel. So my parents didn't have many children. They chose the path of modernization, and as luck would have it, this rift took place for me at the height of such meaningful cultural formation. My younger brother, who was born in 1971, was already in the first group of children from Kiryat Ekron who weren't sent to a boarding school far from home, but studied in the regional high school."

Salhoove's life at Boyer was not easy. On the one hand, she decided to stifle her homesickness in order to succeed there; on the other hand, she was independent, opinionated, rebellious. In 10th grade she gave up and returned home. She couldn't bear the conformism, the education toward self-sacrifice for the homeland. She completed matriculation and was drafted.

During her military service as a reporter for the army magazine Bamahaneh, she wrote under an assumed name, Bracha Peled, for Haaretz Magazine, which was then edited by Meir Schnitzer. Later Salhoove wrote about theater for the now-defunct Hadashot. Journalism was her heart's desire, but she didn't get a job and had difficulty making a living as a freelancer. In 1986, she began to study cinema at Beit Zvi, left and went into a crisis.

"I understood that I could supply a good journalistic piece only once every two months, and then I went to Amsterdam and got stuck there for two months, and wrote a wonderful story. After two years I understood that the horror known as `a film budget' was not for me, and that the only thing I wanted to do was to write. I also understood that the only horizon for a person like me was a Paradise-like prison, which is the university."

Was this also an emotional crisis?

Salhoove: "I had a crisis in Tel Aviv that lasted about a year. I didn't do a thing. We lived on Luntz Street, and all my friends lived near Sheinkin, and for me everything lost its flavor, and I knew too many things. I had to tie up all the loose ends and leave secularism. The option of myself as a person who determines his fate with some kind of complete freedom, that was over. If I was going to study at the university, I was going to study Jewish philosophy. I started in 1992, and I'm now working on my doctorate, about the transition, in the wake of the destruction of the Temple, from the religion of the Temple to the Mishnah, to the religion of the Sages."

`Agent of modernization'

After overcoming the crisis, she returned to her mother's house. It was no longer the house in the ma'abara, which she had missed so much at boarding school and which was located in a beautiful Arab fruit orchard with a plethora of loquat, lemon and berry trees, near the tremendous orchard of Moshav Bilu, surrounded by huge cypress trees.

"I remembered that there was no end to the beauty. My father fenced in a plot of land near the house and raised vegetables and flowers. People lived in the huts of the ma'abara until the 1970s, because they hoped to stay on the land and to keep their small plots of land. The only one who wanted to leave the hut was my mother, who dreamed about an apartment in a housing project."

Her mother, says Salhoove, was the first "agent of modernization" in the family: "With the first money that she earned from her work as a cleaning woman, she bought an electric mixer and a washing machine. She stopped making couscous, because the preparation takes half a day. She took upon herself the management of the house, and because of her, [my parents] live today in a private house of 400 square meters with a garden. She played the stock market with the salary of a first sergeant major, and built a house that is an expression of Mizrahi luxury: three guest rooms, two American kitchens, drapes all over and six-kilowatt lamps."

In that house, lamenting the beloved hut of her childhood, with a whole floor to herself, Salhoove sat at the age of 26, after the emotional crisis in Tel Aviv, and wrote her first book, "Onat Hameshugaim" ("April Season"). The book was dedicated to a soul mate from Boyer, Moshe, who committed suicide at the age of 27 by injecting air into his veins, after years of failing to adapt to various Israeli frameworks. Salhoove wrote the book in such a way that the hero doesn't even acclimate to the mental institution, where the nurse says to him, "First of all, start keeping to a schedule."

Salhoove, fortunately, had a home to return to. "It's possible that had I been a man, I would have been forced to find myself without a livelihood and without assets that guarantee me the ability to write," she says. "I returned to my parents' home in 1986, and for three years I wrote on a balcony that overlooks the lawn and the dew."

Even today, she claims, she isn't preoccupied with finding work, which leaves her time for writing."

You're still somewhat spoiled, aren't you?

"I see myself as a person who has given up all luxuries. I have no driver's license and no cell phone. I don't buy anything that isn't for my studies. Every cent I get for writing articles for catalogs or for art books I spend on cigarettes. The way in which I am dedicated to writing allows me to feel that it's all right that my husband supports me. My older sister worked hard to achieve financial independence, and she built up a business and traveled all over the world. For me, these things aren't an option. I am completely taken up with studies and with writing. I can't say that I'm more spoiled than my sister, because I never wanted the kind of effort that leads to financial independence. For me, a book is a goal. The doctorate and the writing are the goals."

What are you trying to do in your writing?

"To purify and to describe. There is something in the metaphor of purifying dishes in honor of Pesach. My life has a tendency not to lose anything, and writing is the place where I can feel. You really are writing for people whom you love and you are with them when you write. It's a space of presence. And when I open the Mishnah tractate Ta'anit, which is the main topic of my doctorate, or when I peruse a book by Gershon Scholem, it's like being in an empowered space of life.

"I define myself as an author, and I claim that a Hebrew author writes in the language of poetry. The word `soferet' [author] suits me, because it's connected in Hebrew to `sefira' [counting]. The Bible was sealed with its letters: Everything was counted, and from that point of view, I am faithful to the word `soferet' - even when I write an essay, when I do research and when I write what are called poems. The place to which I aspire is the place where language is life."

Living from rumors

In her other field, Israeli art, Shva Salhoove has written about artists such as Arie Aroch, Danny Karavan, Rafi Lavie, Nurit David, Yehudit Sasportas, Avner Ben Gal.

"All my tremendous love for cinema, and for the place of plastic imagery, and for the enigma of the picture - all that has been concentrated for me into a great love of art," she says. "From the first article that I wrote for Studio in 1993, I have focused on the duality of Israeliness and Jewishness, Mizrahi and Ashkenazi qualities, femininity and perversion, culture and taboo, everything that interests me, and I was able to bring in my love for journalism and cinema."

Writing about art, she says, means also "being inside the most profound rift of Israeli life: the rift between Jewish identity and Israeli identity and the strange, monstrous link that is created between these two identities. The tension between the Mishnaic utopia and the fragments of the Zionist utopia is the tension to which I return when writing about art."

When she speaks of a Jewish state, says Salhoove, she is speaking about "a hope for a possible perfect order. But at the same time, I am speaking about the infinite rhythm of this event. There is no reason to hasten the end. Zionist created a Messianic moment, a catastrophic moment of apparently complete fulfillment of the Messianic dream. We are living every day with the destructive consequences of that miracle. I think about it, I look at it, I can't do anything but write and describe what I see, about the scorched land, the land of the Palestinian and Israeli sabra, which has become a foundation for death. I'm writing about that now for an exhibit by Karavan in Valencia."

But you emphasize that you are very optimistic.

"I live in Jaffa in a mixed building, and my perspective of our conflict with our Arab neighbors is not only of the last two years of struggle over the divine image. It's a struggle that has been going on since the sixth day of Creation, and always in shameful circumstances. The first murder was the murder of one brother by another, and that doesn't dull the horror of the present. It only shows you how much of a luxury despair is. Jaffa is an occupied city just as much as is Beit El [a city in the West Bank], and the mission of the return to the land hasn't ended yet, and we are in the midst of the terrible battle it causes. I can't give up and say `We have lost the divine image.' We still have something to lose.

"Now we can still do justice by the Palestinians. We have to reach negotiations when the door is still open. We mustn't fall into the entirely black picture, because then it allows all the blood. Despair always gives rise to more despair, and to draw the political picture in the country as though hatred and the occupation have won, and we will remain under siege forever, is a picture that I'm not willing to accept, neither from the right nor from the left."

Does the Mizrahi Democratic Rainbow [an organization demanding equal rights for the Mizrahi community] fascinate you?

"I'm not suited to the Mizrahi Democratic Rainbow. I have nothing of hatred, not for Ashkenazim, not for Zionism and not for Ben-Gurion [Israel's first prime minister]. I am not post-Zionist. I want justice for all. The members of the Rainbow have embarked on a struggle over state lands, and over public housing and over education, and they are engaged in important social campaigns. To belong to such a body is to belong to a political family, whereas I belong to the family of one Jewish people."

Why do you cut yourself off?

"I went and cut myself off from any encounter with machoism. I have a greengrocer named Abed, and I travel to the university, and all the Israeliness within which people wage war in built-up areas in their everyday lives, and don't differentiate between the war in Gaza and the narrow aisle in the bus - is very difficult. People here for some reason are sure that they have a right to break in forcibly everywhere. I have stopped dealing with that. It's an eternal price that we are paying for the barbarism of modernism, as Walter Benjamin said."

Since the murder of Yitzhak Rabin, you don't watch television.

"Nor do I read newspapers, I live as in the past, from rumors. My husband Eran reads newspapers and watches television, and I can draw what I need from him."

 

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Rachel Gordin

Artist Rachel Gordin was born and raised in Moshav Bitsaron Father; Meir Gurevitz  mother Bela nee

 Shulman .  She embarked on her artistic career with a series of paintings "Earth - Man". In her search for the appropriate colors and materials she went out to the yard, collected lumps of earth, mixed them with glue and pigments, and applied them with her hands onto the canvas, without using a brush.

Eventually she began to paint an "ecological" series, to protest against the damage man causes to nature, which is also a metaphor for the injury man inflicts on man: forest fires and logging that turn green vegetation into dead skeletons and scorched land. Some of the paintings feature border fences as well. Many of them evoke a sense of rift, collapse, destruction and considerable melancholy.

Most of Gordin's works are characterized by rich, warm colors, although her palette is limited. She uses mostly industrial paint.

Gordin participates on a regular basis in artistic events on behalf of peace, such as "Our Answer is Peace" at the Lebanese security fence, and the peace project at Givat Haviva.

Gordin is currently working on a series of paintings entitled "Rorschach" (Inscapes), evocative of the bleak mood encompassing daily life. The works are composed of diptychs of identical paintings, with one painting seemingly the "monoprint" of the other. These works feature rich colors and imaginative shapes and textures. Viewers can interpret these pictures freely, according to their imagination.

Gordin's work has recently reached a new peak of intensity, due in large part to the pressure of frequent exhibitions in Israel and abroad.

 

Rachel Gordin

Born on moshav Bizaron. Graduate of the Art Teachers Training College. Studied in the Avni Institute of Art, Tel Aviv and in the Artists' Studios, Ein Hod. Deals with sculpture with Various materials and painting mainly with mixed media. Between the years 1960-1978 taught art on the WIZO vocational high school, Rehovot. From 1970 - teaches Ceramic Sculpture on the Rehovot Cultural Center on behalf of the Art Cathedra. Member of the Israeli Painters and Sculptors Association

 

 

 

Selected One-Person Exhibitions

Recent Group Exhibitions

1984 - Peoples Gallery - New York - U.S.A

Artists House, Jerusalem

1985 - Julcor Gallery - Pennsilvenia - U.S.A

Rehovot Cultural Center Gallery

1986 - Eilat Gordin Gallery, Los Angeles - U.S.A

Ephrat Gallery, Tel Aviv

1988 - Municipal Gallery - Rehovot

Eked Gallery, Tel Aviv

1990 - Amalia Arbel Art Gallery

Artists' House, Tel Aviv

1991 - Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel Aviv

Navon Art Gallery - Jerusalem

1992 - Artists House, Jerusalem

Classic Gallery, Rehovot

1993 - Ephrat Gallery, Tel Aviv

Shalom Tower - Tel Aviv

1994 - Artists House, Tel Aviv

Municipal Art Gallery, Netanya

1996 - Marc Chagall Artists House, Haifa

Artosphera - Site for Art, Rehovot

1996 - Beit Hagefen, Haifa

Heidelberg City Hall Gallery, Germany

1998 - Concertino Gallery, Hirschhorn, Germany

Municipal Art Gallery Walldorf - Germany

1999 - Pec's Gallery - Hungary

Municipal Art Gallery Pforzheim - Germany

2000 - Ossijek Gallery - Croatia

Municipal Art Gallery Konstanz-Germany

2001 - Hash'felah Museum - Israel

Municipal Art Gallery Konstanz-Germany

2002 - Galerie Christine Colas - Paris

Peace Gallery Givat-Haviva - Israel

2002 - Jad Lebanim Hall - Nes-Tziona

Peace Project Museum Bar David - Israel

2002 - The Israeli Opera House

Peace Project Museum Bar David - Israel

2002 - Performing Arts Center Rishon Letzion

Artosphera - Site of Art - Rehovot

 

 

 

 

 

Gordin is also represented by the web sites of:

1) The Israel Museum Jerusalem: www.imj.org.il/artcent/g

2) The Israel Museum Jerusalem: www.tchelet.co.il/sherover/artistworks

3) Galerie Christine Colas, Paris: www.galerie-colas.com/r.gordin

4) "Artoutthere" U.S.A: www.artoutthere.com

5) More sites in Paris, Germany and Croatia

 

#g70:Baruch Gurevitz was born in Vileika in 1914 as the only child of Mala and Ytzhak Mendel. His mother died when he was five. After graduating from the Tarbut school he attended the University in Vilna. In 1936 he immigrated to Eretz Israel. He continued his studies in the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He was killed while defending
the country in 21.8.1936
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#g72:
#g72:Dvoira & Berel (Duvid? Dov Ber?) Gurevich (and sons?).
1905. Lugansk?, Ekaterinoslav Gubernia?, Ukraine?
Do you recognize someone? for other pictures of My Gurevich Family & Descendents go to http://www.geocities.com/elianaaizim/photo2.html
Eliana Aizim
#g74:#gin-33:Rachel (nee Gurevitz) and Salee Gordin
Tel Aviv, 1947 LINK
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#g76:

Pictures of Jonathan and Roxanne Herbert (son of Chaim Herbert, son of Sima Gurewitch and Sinai Herbert)

Roxanne is from the Jewish community of Meshad in Iran.

#g77:

Pictures of Jonathan and Roxanne Herbert (son of Chaim Herbert, son of Sima Gurewitch and Sinai Herbert)

Roxanne is from the Jewish community of Meshad in Iran.

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#g79:

#g80:

Rachel nee Gurevitz Gordin with her grandson Alon Levitan.

#g81:

rachel nee Gurevitz Gordin with her grandson; Alon, his friends;
Mike and Loui and rachels' mate; Barak Nachsholi.

#g82:

Alon and his grandmother Rachel with relatives.

#g83:

Eran Gordin with his step sister; Chagit and her husband.

#g84:

Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz with her granddaughter; Leead

#g86:

#gin-95:

Rachel (nee Gurevitz) Gordin with Barak Nachsholi and Rebbecca (Alon Levitans' friend)

#g87:

Rachel (nee Gurevitz) Gordin with grandchild Talia Levitan and the
dog; Aya.

#g88:

Rachel (nee Gurevitz) Gordin with grandchildren; Alon, Oren and Talia Levitan.

#g89:

Rachel (nee Gurevitz) Gordin with her oldest granddaughter; Carmel
Levitan PhD.

 

#g90:

Rachel (nee Gurevitz) Gordin with her oldest granddaughter; Carmel
Levitan PhD.

 

#g91:

Rachel (nee Gurevitz) Gordin with grandson; Ari Gordin and daughter
in law Kathleen Burk ( Gordin)

 

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Rachel (nee Gurevitz) Gordin with grandson; Ari Gordin

#g93:

Rachel (nee Gurevitz) Gordin with oldest grandson; Alon Levitan.

#g94:

Rachel (nee Gurevitz) Gordin with granddaughter; Talia Levitan.

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Gorev (Gurevitch) Gershon
Country of birth Poland
City of birth Kurenets
Date of birth 15/10/1928
Nickname Not Available

BEFORE AND DURING THE HOLOCAUST
Movement/Organization Hashomer Hatzair
Framework of combat Partisans Unit Battalion "Markov"
Area of combat Naroch Forests Rank Not Available
Country of combat Belarus Assignment Not Available

BIOGRAPHY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
On the eve of Rosh Hashana 1942, when the Germans slaughtered the Jews of the town, he and his family escaped to the Naroch Forests and there they joined the family partisan unit, Markov. In spite of the hunts the Germans carried out from time to time after the Jews in the forest, when many of those who had fled the town were murdered, he and his family managed to survive. Gershon immigrated to Israel in 1948, served in the IDF and fought in all Israel's wars. Was released from the IDF in 1952 with the rank of captain.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Cholawski Shalom: "Al Naharot HaNeiman ve HaDneiper", 1982.
Kalchheim Moshe: "Bekomah Zekufah", 1991.
Meyerovitch Aharon ed. Megilat Kurnitz, p.121

#g96:

Nitza Bender, Gershon Gorev and his daughter in law ( wife of Avner).

#g97:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz;Twins
Avner and Benny Gorev with Avners' wife

#g98:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz; Rachel
Gordin and twins; Avner and Benny Gorev.

#g99:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz;
Gedalia Bender and wife of Benny Gorev.

#g100:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz; Rachel
and Hila Ilan of Yotveta.

#g101:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee
Gurevitz;Yonathan Bender and Gershon Gorev.

#g102:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz; Gedalia
Bender and Chasia Gorev ( nee Chaia Levin, a singer in her youth)

#g103:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz; Gedalia
Bender and Eran Gordin

#g104:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz; Eli
Bender and Eran Gordin

#g105:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz;Eli
Bender and wife Nira.

#g106:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz; Kami
Bender, wife of Yonathan , with their daughter Shir.

#g107:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz; Omri
and Nira Burdan

#g109:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz. Hila
Ilan ( nee Bender) Rachel
is in the middle, The wife of Benny Gorev on the right.

#g110:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz; Gershon
Gorev and Nitza Bender.

#g111:

The Gurevitz cousins at home of Rachel Gordin nee Gurevitz;
Jonathan Bender, Gershon Gorev, Nitza Bender ( wife of Gdalyahu) and
one of the Gorev twins

#g112:

Eran Gorev
President and CEO, NICE Systems Inc. (Americas)
Eran has recently joined NICE from Amdocs where he played a very important role in expanding the company's presence worldwide and driving its revenue growth to over US$1.6B. In his most recent position, Eran served as the President of Amdocs' Major Clients - North America division out of Washington DC. He brings a wealth of insights into technology and its effects on business performance

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ISRAEL, DECEMBER 2008

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ISRAEL, DECEMBER 2008

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ISRAEL, DECEMBER 2008

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ISRAEL, DECEMBER 2008

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ISRAEL, DECEMBER 2008

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Spektor Jacob nee Gorevitz

Jacob Spektor nee Gurevitz was born in Kurzeniec in 1878 to Zalman Uri
and Sarah Gurevitz. Prior to WWII he lived in Wilna, Poland (
Kurpinczy Street, #8) with his wife; Rachel Leah nee Barik. Jacob
perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of
Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on 30-Aug-1973 by his daughter
who was in Russia during the war.
Submitter's Name; RIVKA LABKOVSKI
(nee SPEKTOR) of Tel Aviv, Efter Street, #7)
Spektor Rachel Leah;

Rachel Spektor nee Barik was born in Haiduchishki in 1880 to Yosef and
Malka. Prior to WWII she lived in Wilna, Poland. Rachel perished in
the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted
on 30-Aug-1973 by her daughter
Submitter's Name; RIVKA LABKOVSKI
(nee SPEKTOR) of Tel Aviv, Efter Street, #7)
Reznik Zlata
Zlata Reznik nee Spektor was born in Wilno in 1906 to Yaakov and
Rakhel. She was married to Reuven ( Reuven survived, he moved to South
Africa shortly before the war). Prior to WWII she lived in Wilno,
Poland with her twins. Zlata perished in the Shoah. This information
is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on
30-Jul-1973 by her sister

Shoah survivors;Name Title Other- for more information go to;
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/
Surname(s) Place Page Notes
GROWAS, Zyrech Warszawa 102
GUREWICZ, Chaja Lodz 107
GUREWICZ, Gerc Warszawa 107
GUREWICZ, Irena Matthausen 107
GUREWICZ, Josef GURWICZ Lodz 107
GUREWICZ, Michal GURWICZ Lodz 107
GUREWICZ, Sonia GURWICZ Lodz 107
GUREWICZ, Szlama GURWICZ Lodz 107
GUREWICZ, Zofia GURWICZ Lodz 107
GURWICZ, Anna Lodz 107
GURWICZ, Dr. Abraham Lodz 107
GURWICZ, Fabia Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Fania Bydgoszcz 108
GURWICZ, Gercel Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Hana Lodz 107
GURWICZ, Helena Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Ida Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Jakub Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Jan Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Maks Lodz 108
Name Title Other
Surname(s) Place Page Notes
GURWICZ, Marja Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Masza Bydgoszcz 108
GURWICZ, Mera Bialystok 108
GURWICZ, Mera Warszawa 108
GURWICZ, Mojsze Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Riwa Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Sonia Bydgoszcz 108
GURWICZ, Szloma Lodz 108
GURWICZ, Zelda Lodz 108
HEROWICZ, Rozia Sosnowiec 116
HIRIWICZ, Abram Peterswaldau 118
HOROWIC, Gutka Bedzin 121
HOROWICZ, Abraham Rychbach 122
HOROWICZ, Adela Peterswaldau 122
HOROWICZ, Aron Piotrkow 122
HOROWICZ, Artur Sosnowiec 122
HOROWICZ, Balbina Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Benjamin Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Berek Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Boruch Lodz 122
Name Title Other
Surname(s) Place Page Notes
HOROWICZ, Boruch Boleslaw Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Boruta Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Bronislawa Warszawa 122
HOROWICZ, Brucha Bergen - Belsen 122
HOROWICZ, Chaim Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Chaja Radzymin Padl. Bialostock 122
HOROWICZ, Chaskiel Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Dawid Chorzow 122
HOROWICZ, Dawid Sosnowiec 122
HOROWICZ, Dina Piotrkow 122
HOROWICZ, Dyna Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Edzia Radom 122
HOROWICZ, Estera Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Estera Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Estera Radom 122
HOROWICZ, Ewa Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Ewa Warszawa 122
HOROWICZ, Fania Warszawa 122
HOROWICZ, Fela Strzemieszyce 122
HOROWICZ, Fryda Sosnowiec 122
Name Title Other
Surname(s) Place Page Notes
HOROWICZ, Gedalie Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Halina Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Hela Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Hela Strzemieszyce 122
HOROWICZ, Henryk Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Hirsz Piotrkow 122
HOROWICZ, Icek Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Irena Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Irena Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Ita Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Ita Myslowice 122
HOROWICZ, Itka Peterswaldau 122
HOROWICZ, Izak Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Jakob Czestochowa Warszawa 122
HOROWICZ, Jakob Piotrkow 122
HOROWICZ, Jakob Izak 122
HOROWICZ, Kalman Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Laja Sosnowiec 122
HOROWICZ, Lajb Gliwice 122
HOROWICZ, Lajb Kielce 122
Name Title Other
Surname(s) Place Page Notes
HOROWICZ, Lajb Sosnowiec 122
HOROWICZ, Lola Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Lola Sosnowiec 122
HOROWICZ, Majer Piotrkow 122
HOROWICZ, Majka Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Mania Sosnowiec 122
HOROWICZ, Maria Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Marja Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Marta Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Mina Bergen - Belsen 122
HOROWICZ, Miriam Krakow 122
HOROWICZ, Mojsze Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Moniek Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Mordka Piotrkow 122
HOROWICZ, Motek Strzemieczyce 122
HOROWICZ, Natan Kozienice 122
HOROWICZ, Paula Rychbach 122
HOROWICZ, Perla Radom 122
HOROWICZ, Perla Skarzysko 122
HOROWICZ, Pola Czestochowa 122
Name Title Other
Surname(s) Place Page Notes
HOROWICZ, Pola Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Pola Skarzysko 122
HOROWICZ, Regina Berg. - Belsen 122
HOROWICZ, Regina Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Regina Strzemieszyce 122
HOROWICZ, Rubin Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Ruchla Warszawa 122
HOROWICZ, Ruta Czestochowa 122
HOROWICZ, Rywa Warszawa 122
HOROWICZ, Sala Sosnowiec 122
HOROWICZ, Stefa Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Szaja Nuchem Lodz 122
HOROWICZ, Szajndla Czestochowa 122
HOROWITZ, Adolf Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Adolf Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Augusta Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Bela Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Berta Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Boruch Lodz 121
HOROWITZ, Dawid Przemysl 121
Name Title Other
Surname(s) Place Page Notes
HOROWITZ, Edmund Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Edward Gabryel Czestochowa 121
HOROWITZ, Emanuel Lublin 121
HOROWITZ, Erna Peterswaldau 121
HOROWITZ, Estera Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Fania Lwow 121
HOROWITZ, Fania Lwow 121
HOROWITZ, Felicja Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Filip Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Franciszka Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Frida Peterswaldau 121
HOROWITZ, Fryda Katowice 121
HOROWITZ, Gizela Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Gusta Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Hania Bergen - Belsen 121
HOROWITZ, Henryk Bielsko Biala 121
HOROWITZ, Ida Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Izak Nowy Sacz 121
HOROWITZ, Izak Hersz Lublin 121
HOROWITZ, Jadzia Peterswaldau 121
Name Title Other
Surname(s) Place Page Notes
HOROWITZ, Jan Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Jozef Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Jozef Przemysl 121
HOROWITZ, Klara Przemysl 121
HOROWITZ, Lejba Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Leon Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Leopold Katowice 121
HOROWITZ, Lonka Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Maks Lwow 121
HOROWITZ, Mania Bergen - Belsen 121
HOROWITZ, Maurycy Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Mendel Lwow 121
HOROWITZ, Meszulem Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Moses Krakow 121
HOROWITZ, Nachman Lwow 121
HOROWITZ, Oles Lwow 121
HOROWITZ, Pola Tarnow 121
HOROWITZ, Rachela Lublin 121
HOROWITZ, Rachela Peterswaldau 122
HOROWITZ, Rafal Linz 122
Name Title Other
Surname(s) Place Page Notes
HOROWITZ, Regina Krakow 122
HOROWITZ, Tacjana Warszawa 122
HOROWITZ, Taube Nowy Sacz 122
HOROWITZ, Teresa Lublin 122
HOROWITZ, Wolf Lublin 122
HOROWITZ, Zofia Krakow 122
HORWITZ, Chaja Lukow 122
HORWITZ, Jozef Lwow 122
HORWITZ, Maks Lwow 122
HURWIC, Mera Warszawa 123
HURWICZ, Elisabeth Bydgoszcz 123
HURWICZ, Henryk Lodz 123
HURWICZ, Marek Lodz 123
HURWICZ, Maria Lodz 123
KOROWITZ, Rachela Peterswaldau 149
OHRENSTEIN, Mina HOROWITZ Hillersleben 199
ROTBERG, Cypa HOROWICZ Piotrkow 219
SZPERBER-HOROWICZ, Halina Radom 256
ZIMET, Netta HOROWITZ Hillersleben 296
CHOROWICZ, Bluma Rakow
1921 Feldafing 327 41 326

CHURWICZ, Chananja Osmiana Kaunitz ( Kurenets) 362 41 361

CURVIC, Chaim
1925 M?«ä.-Pasing 112 43 112

 

GAREWIECZ, Elias
Kielce
1917 Feldafing 254 90 83

GOREWICZ, Majer

Kielce
1913 Dachau 2605 104 40

GRAVEC, Mozes

Kowno
1931 Schweiz 2953 106 44

Bonn
1908 Theresienstadt 2969 106 60
Name
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(Maiden Name) Born Last Known Location ID Page Line
GREVITSCH, Ickoh

Smolowiec
1913 Buchenwald 2998 106 89

 

GUROWIEC, Natan Bielau
1908 Feldafing 4507 115 52

GURWICZ, Abram
Wilno Wilno 4516 115 61

GURWICZ, Basja
Kaunas Volary 4517 115 62

GURWICZ, Bela
Moskow Volary 4518 115 63

GURWICZ, Berta
Wilno Volary 4519 115 64

GURWICZ, Chana
Kaunas Volary 4521 115 66

GURWICZ, Cypa
Holszany
1920 Feldafing 4522 115 67

GURWICZ, David
Wilna
1924 Buchenwald 4520 115 65
Name
(Maiden Name) Born Last Known Location ID Page Line
GURWICZ, Elias
-

Riga 4523 115 68

GURWICZ, Eshae
Wilno Wilno 4524 115 69

GURWICZ, Eta
Moskow Volary 4525 115 70

GURWICZ, Etas
Riga 4526 115 71

GURWICZ, Feliks
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Krzepice
1919 Dachau 4527 115 72

GURWICZ, Ida

Kaunas Volary 4528 115 73

GURWICZ, Israel shavli
1922 Feldafing 4531 115 76

GURWICZ, Israel

Siaulai
1911 Mchn.-Freimann 4530 115 75

GURWICZ, Israel
Wilno Wilno 4529 115 74

GURWICZ, Kopel
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Wilno
1923 Neustadt 4532 115 77
Name
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GURWICZ, Mascha
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kaunas Volary 4533 115 78

GURWICZ, Moses
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Wilno
1921 Neustadt 4536 115 81

GURWICZ, Moses
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Kaunas
1907 Geretsried 4535 115 80

GURWICZ, Moses
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kaunas
1920 Mchn.-Freimann 4534 115 79

GURWICZ, Nachama
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Wilno
1924 Feldafing 4537 115 82

GURWICZ, Percy
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Riga 4538 115 83

GURWICZ, Rita
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Grodno Grodno 4539 115 84

GURWICZ, Rivele
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Grodno Grodno 4540 115 85

GURWICZ, Sara
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kaunas Volary 4541 115 86

GURWICZ, Schije
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Schaulen
1913 Feldafing 4542 115 87
Name
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

GURWICZ, Teiba
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kaunas Volary 4543 115 88

GURWICZ, Wolf
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Krazi?«¢i
1913 Mchn.-Freimann 4544 115 89

GURWICZ, Zenta
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Riga 4545 115 90

HAMPE-HORWITZ, Henny
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Altona
1883 Hamburg 409 120 80

HAURWITZ, Gustav
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Stettin
1865 Hamburg 664 121 165

HOROWICZ
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Rubiezewicze Mittenwald 2747 134 64

HOROWICZ, Agnes
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Malyinka
1931 Rentzm?«äller 2748 134 65

HOROWICZ, Artur
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Nargytta
1928 Buchenwald 2749 134 66

HOROWICZ, Belane
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Dedes
1901 Verna 2750 134 67

HOROWICZ, Berta
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Nyiregyhaza
1916 Bergen-Belsen 2751 134 68
HOROWICZ, Bluma
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Rahow
1921 Feldafing 2753 134 70

HOROWICZ, Bluma
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Chmielnik
1921 Feldafing 2752 134 69

HOROWICZ, Chaj
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Sosnowiec
1924 Schweden 2754 134 71

HOROWICZ, Daniel
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Czestochowa
1920 Landsberg 2755 134 72

HOROWICZ, Dezs?«Ó
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Feldafing 2756 134 73

HOROWICZ, Diamand
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Chmielnik
1908 Buchenwald 2757 134 74

HOROWICZ, Erwin
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Hajduboszormony
1903 Dachau 2759 134 76

HOROWICZ, Estera
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Chmielnik
1923 Feldafing 2760 134 77

HOROWICZ, Estera
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Chmielnik
1924 Feldafing 2761 134 78

HOROWICZ, Hela
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1926 Neustadt 2762 134 79
Name
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(Maiden Name) Born Last Known Location ID Page Line
HOROWICZ, Herman
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Lodz
1907 Bad Aibling 2763 134 80

HOROWICZ, Hersch
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Munkacz
1921 Feldafing 2764 134 81

HOROWICZ, Icek
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Krakow
1919 Feldafing 2765 134 82

HOROWICZ, Idel
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Uniujow
1909 Feldafing 2766 134 83

HOROWICZ, Iren
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Hajduhadhaz
1910 Salzwedel 2767 134 84

HOROWICZ, Jakob
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Przemysl
1920 Feldafing 2768 134 85

HOROWICZ, Juda
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Lodz
1908 Feldafing 2769 134 86

HOROWICZ, Juda
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Chmielnik
1908 Frankfurt a. M. 2770 134 87

HOROWICZ, Judit
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Bedes Homberg 2771 134 88

HOROWICZ, Judit
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Dedes
1930 Verna 2772 134 89
Name
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(Maiden Name) Born Last Known Location ID Page Line
HOROWICZ, Kalman
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Warszawa Lublin 2773 134 90

HOROWICZ, Karoline
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Kolozsvar
1920 Salzwedel 2774 134 91

HOROWICZ, Kuba
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Kielce
1907 Feldafing 2775 134 92

HOROWICZ, Laszo
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Bareita
1913 Dachau 2758 134 75

HOROWICZ, Leib
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Krakow
1895 Feldafing 2776 134 93

HOROWICZ, Lenke
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Jolsva
1921 Bergen-Belsen 2777 134 94

HOROWICZ, Lipman
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Krakow
1913 Salzburg-Kamer 2778 134 95

HOROWICZ, Ludowic
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Reghin
1926 Dachau 2779 134 96

HOROWICZ, Ludwig
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Leira
1926 Feldafing 2780 134 97

HOROWICZ, Majer
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Kowno
1901 Feldafing 2781 134 98
Name
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(Maiden Name) Born Last Known Location ID Page Line
HOROWICZ, Marceh
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Innsbruck 2782 134 99

HOROWICZ, Moses
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Bedzin
1913 Celle 2783 134 100

HOROWICZ, Moses
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Radom
1915 Celle 2784 134 101

HOROWICZ, Moses
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Krakow
1926 Celle 2785 134 102

HOROWICZ, Nadzia
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Pabjanice
1927 Celle 2786 134 103

HOROWICZ, Osias
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Rzeszow
1934 Buchenwald 2787 134 104

HOROWICZ, Piroska
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Hajduhadhaza
1905 Salzwedel 2788 134 105

HOROWICZ, Rachmil
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Radom
1925 Salzburg-Kamer 2789 134 106

HOROWICZ, Rafael
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Krakow
1917 Linz 2790 134 107

HOROWICZ, Rosi
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1894 England 2791 134 108
Name
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(Maiden Name) Born Last Known Location ID Page Line
HOROWICZ, Samuel
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Kowno
1924 Feldafing 2792 134 109

HOROWICZ, Senryn
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Benzheim 2793 134 110

HOROWICZ, Simon
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Agresz
1921 Feldafing 2794 134 111

HOROWICZ, Szeren
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Bedes Homberg 2795 134 112

HOROWICZ, Szlama
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Ostrowiec
1913 Celle 2796 134 113

HOROWICZ, Szlama
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Lodz
1922 Mauthausen 2797 134 114

HOROWICZ, Tibor
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1913 Bratislava 2798 134 115

HOROWICZ, Vasile
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Cluj
1910 Dachau 2799 134 116

HOROWICZ, Veronika
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Malyinka
1929 Rentzm?«äller 2800 134 117

HORWICZ, Betty
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Frankfurt a. M.
1904 Theresienstadt 2832 134 149

HORWICZ, Mendel
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Oswiecim
1916 Mittenwald 2833 134 150

HORWICZ, Sara
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Olpen
1868 Theresienstadt 2834 134 151

HURWICZ, Alexander
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L?«äbeck
1923 Pilsen 2953 135 99

HURWICZ, Walter
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Essen
1889 Theresienstadt 2954 135 100

GURWIC, Dorka
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1930
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Rowne Gabriel
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GORENSZTAJN, Helena Lublin
5.2

GURWIC, Szloma
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1930
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Tuczyn Gabriel
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Nechama Lublin
5.2

HOROWICZ, Edward
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1934
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Czestochowa
5.2

HOROWITZ, Albert
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1940
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Warsaw
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WALD, Irena Otwock
5.2

KOMOROWSKI, Izrael
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1932
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Rubin
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GUREWICZ, Perla Lublin
5.2

KRAWIEC, Leib
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1939
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Wilno Moshew
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5.3
Name Alternate Surname
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Alternate Given Name Born Father
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mother Last Address Comments Table
SZWARC, Niuniek
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1929
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Brody Jozef.
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HOROWITZ, Maria Lublin
5.2
HOROWIC, Lajzer Ozjasz
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Malka 1935
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Tarnow 18-Feb-1943
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
203
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
259

HOROWIC, Lajzer Rubin
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Fajga 1936
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Mielce (?) 18-Feb-1943
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
203
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
260

HOROWICZ, Josef Ozjasz
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Sara 1928
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Wieliczka 18-Feb-1943 50
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203
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
258

HOROWICZ, Moniek Ozjasz
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Sara 1932
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Wieliczka 18-Feb-1943
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203
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261

GORVITCH, Etas

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns RIGA - 18 171
GOUREWITCH, Alexandra

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Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34G 311
GOUREWITCH, Elisabeth

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Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34G 311
GRABES, Salla Year Born: 30 Lodz
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Polish Jews Liberated from the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 8A 97
GRABIEC, Maria
Tarnow
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Surviving Jewish Children in Poland -16B 148
GRAWEC, Ida

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns DWINSK - 18 158 Father:
Lew.
GRAWEC, Leib Meier Year Born: 89
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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns DWINSK - 18 158
GRAWEC, Sara Gita Year Born: 89
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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns DWINSK - 18 158 Father:
Aron
GREIFZU, Artur

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Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34G 312
GREVITS, Jacob Year Born: 13 Smolowice
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Jews Liberated from the Buchenwald Camp - 3A 34
GREWICZ, Ewa Year Born: 85 Lwow
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Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
GROBS, Silvia Year Born: 18 Wien
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Dutch Jewish Survivors Arrived in Sweden - 31A 255
GUREWICZ, Majer Year Born: 13 Kielce
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Polish Jews Liberated from the Dachau Camp - 9 104
GUREWICZ, Zygmunt Year Born: 02 Warszawa
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Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
Name
(Maiden Name) Age /
Year Born Place
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Former Residence /
Birth Place List Name Page Comments
GUREWITCH, Jacob

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns KOWNO B - 18 163 Father:
Faiwish
GUROWITSCH, Alex

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Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34G 313
GURVIC, David Year Born: 24 Wilno
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Jews Liberated from the Buchenwald Camp - 3A 35
GURVITCH, Hirsh

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns KOWNO B - 18 163 Father:
Yosel
GURVITCH, Bela

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns KOWNO B - 18 163 Father:
Hirsh
GURVITCH, Olga

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns KOWNO B - 18 163 Father:
Josel
GURVITCH, Elias

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns RIGA - 18 171
GURVITCH, Percy

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns RIGA - 18 171
GURVITCH, Zenta

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns RIGA - 18 171
GURVITZ, Eta

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns KOWNO A - 18 160 Father:
Hirsh
GURVIZ, Filippo Year Born: 87
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Jewish Survivors in Milan - 7A 83 Father: Giacomo
Notes: Father was deceased ('fu')
GURWIC, Abram
Wilno
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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns WILNO A - 18 174
GURWICH, Berta
Wilno
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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns WILNO A - 18 174
GURWICZ, Rachel Year Born: 21 Grodno
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Jews of Polish Nationality who Arrived in Sweden - 12A 115
GURWICZ, Miriam Year Born: 16 Lodz
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Jews of Polish Nationality who Arrived in Sweden - 12B 117
GURWICZ, Regina Year Born: 18 Lodz
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Jews of Polish Nationality who Arrived in Sweden - 12B 117
GURWICZ, Szkop Rita
Grodno
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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns GRODNO - 18 159
GURWICZ, Szkop Riwa
Grodno
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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns GRODNO - 18 159
GURWICZ, Eshae
Wilno
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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns WILNO A - 18 174
GURWICZ / PEREC, Isroel

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Jewish Survivors from East European Towns WILNO A - 18 174
Name
(Maiden Name) Age /
Year Born Place
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Former Residence /
Birth Place List Name Page Comments
GURWITZ, David Year Born: 24 Wilno
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Jews Liberated from the Buchenwald Camp - 3D 44
GURWITZ, Feliks Year Born: 19 Krzepice
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Polish Jews Liberated from the Dachau Camp - 9 104
HAUROWITZ, Gustav

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Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 315
HEREWITZ, Wolf Year Born: 08 Czestochowa
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Jews Liberated from the Buchenwald Camp - 3A 35
HOROVITS, Lili
Volove
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews from European Extermination Camps (not from Poland) -
4B 56
Notes: & 2 sisters
HOROVITZ, Valv Year Born: 28 Margita
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Jews Liberated from the Buchenwald Camp - 3A 35
HOROVITZ, Mozses Year Born: 28 Munkacs
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews from European Extermination Camps (not from Poland) -
4A 51
HOROVITZ, Mirjam
Nagyszollos
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews from European Extermination Camps (not from Poland) -
4A 51
HOROVITZ, Jozsef
Cluj
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews from European Extermination Camps (not from Poland) -
4C 62
HOROVITZ, Veronka Year Born: 29 Malyinka
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Borsod M. Jewish Women Released from Rentzmuhler Camp (Germany) - 5
71
HOROVITZ, Agnes Year Born: 31 Malyinka
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Borsod M. Jewish Women Released from Rentzmuhler Camp (Germany) - 5
71
HOROVITZ, Berta Year Born: 16 Nyiregyhaza
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women from Hungary and Transylvania Found at Wurzen - 19A 178
HOROVITZ, Berta
(FARKAS) Year Born: 11 Kolozsvar
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women from Hungary and Transylvania Found at Wurzen - 19A 178
HOROVITZ, Zsusza
(SCHWARCZ) Year Born: 20 Budapest
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women from Hungary and Transylvania Found at Wurzen - 19A 178
HOROVITZ, Lenke Age: 24 Jolsva
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women from Hungary and Transylvania Found at Wurzen - 19B 181
HOROVITZ, Lodovic Year Born: 26 Reghinul Sasesc
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hungarian and Transylvanian Jews Liberated from German Camps - Men
in Dachau - 20B 185
HOROVITZ, Karolin Year Born: 20 Kolozsvar
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Liberated from the Salzwedel Camp - 33 285
HOROWIC, Mozes Year Born: 26 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Polish Jews Liberated from the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 2A 29
HOROWIC, Benjamin
Warszawa
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Polish Jews in London - 13 120
HOROWICZ, Brucha Year Born: 25 Radom
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women Liberated in the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 1 10
HOROWICZ, Israel Year Born: 08 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Polish Jews Liberated from the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 8B 99
HOROWICZ, Szlama

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Polish Jews Liberated from the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 8C 100
HOROWICZ, Jakob Year Born: 20 Przemysl
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Polish Jews Liberated from the Dachau Camp - 9 104
HOROWICZ, Feiwel Year Born: 13 Piotrkow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Polish Jewish Survivors at the Buchenwald Camp - 11 113
HOROWICZ, Judka Year Born: 08 Chmielnik
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Polish Jewish Survivors at the Buchenwald Camp - 11 113
HOROWICZ, Wolf Year Born: 08 Czestochowa
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Polish Jewish Survivors at the Buchenwald Camp - 11 113
HOROWICZ, Jan Year Born: 16 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
HOROWICZ, Nada

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Polish Nationals (Mostly Jews) in the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 17 150
Occupation: Student
HOROWICZ, Majer

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors from East European Towns PIOTRKOW TRYBUNALSKI - 18
169
HOROWIEC, Zanra Year Born: 20 Sarospatak
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women Liberated in the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 1 10
Name
(Maiden Name) Age /
Year Born Place
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Former Residence /
Birth Place List Name Page Comments
HOROWITZ, Klara Year Born: 20 Debrecen
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women Liberated in the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 1 10
HOROWITZ, Regina Year Born: 18 Lodz
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women Liberated in the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 1 10
HOROWITZ, Mania Year Born: 18 Chrzanow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women Liberated in the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 1 10
HOROWITZ, Mina Year Born: 28 Chrzanow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women Liberated in the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 1 10
HOROWITZ, Sari Year Born: 18 Sorospatak
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Women Liberated in the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 1 10
HOROWITZ, Artur Year Born: 28 Margita
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jews Liberated from the Buchenwald Camp - 3A 36
HOROWITZ, Diamand Year Born: 08 Chmielnik
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jews Liberated from the Buchenwald Camp - 3A 36
HOROWITZ, Frajwel Year Born: 12 Zawiercie
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jews Liberated from the Buchenwald Camp - 3B 41
HOROWITZ, Ryszard Year Born: 08 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
HOROWITZ, Augusta Year Born: 86 Taurow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
HOROWITZ, Leon Year Born: 14 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
HOROWITZ, Maurycy Year Born: 27 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
HOROWITZ, Adolf Year Born: 10 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
HOROWITZ, Jozef Year Born: 04 Podgorze
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
HOROWITZ, Moses Year Born: 99 Sambor
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
HOROWITZ, Adolf Year Born: 18 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 133
HOROWITZ, Estera Year Born: 18 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 134
HOROWITZ, Miriam Year Born: 16 Dzialoszyce
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 134
HOROWITZ, Regina
Drohobycz
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 134
HOROWITZ, Ida Year Born: 10 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 134
Name
(Maiden Name) Age /
Year Born Place
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Former Residence /
Birth Place List Name Page Comments
HOROWITZ, Zofia Year Born: 14 Krakow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 134
HOROWITZ, Franciszka Year Born: 03 Lwow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jews in Poland - the Krakow Committee List -15 134
HOROWITZ, Ryszard Age: 6 years
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Surviving Jewish Children in Poland -16A 146
HOROWITZ, Kalman
Warszawa
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors from East European Towns LUBLIN A - 18 166
HOROWITZ, Itzig

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318
HOROWITZ, Maria

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318
HORVITZ, Artur
Marghita
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hungarian and Transylvanian Jews Liberated from German Camps - Men
in Buchenwald - 20C 187
HORWITZ / SAEMANN, M. K. Year Born: 05
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jews Found Surviving in Holland - 29E 244
HORWITZ, Abraham

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318
HORWITZ, Betty

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318

HORWITZ, Hertha

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318
HORWITZ, Regina

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318
HORWITZ, Sara

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318
HURWITZ, Lazar?

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318
HURWITZ, Natalie

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318
HURWITZ, Dr. Walter

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jewish Survivors Found in Theresienstadt - 34H 318
KOROWICZ, Losia Year Born: 28 Bedzin
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Jewish Women Liberated in the Bergen-Belsen Camp - 1

 

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  Victims whose family name (including synonyms) is 'Gurevitz' , and whose location (including synonyms) is 'Vilna' from Yad Vashem:

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Name    Town    District              Region   Country             Birth Date          Source  

urwitz Zlate        Dunilowicze       Postawy             Wilno    Poland   1914     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Khaim*             Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1921     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Khaim   Woronow           Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Reuven                                                              Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Feiga*                                                               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Khaim                                                               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Tzipora                                                              Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Khana*                                                              Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Moshe                                                               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Yitzkhak            Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books          

Gurevitz Eliahu   Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books     

Gurevitz Miriam  Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books     

Gurevitz Khaia    Braslaw  Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

Gurevitz Unknown           Dubinowo          Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books     

Gurevitz Sara      Jody      Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

           

Gurevitz Meir     Vilna     Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Ita        Svir      Swieciany          Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Nekhama           Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony         

Gurevitz David    Swieciany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1887     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Shalom  Swieciany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1919     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Moshe   Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Khana                                                               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Khaim                                                               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Sara                                                                  Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Shimon                                                                         Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Hirsh    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1911     Page of Testimony          

Gurwitz Malcka   Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwitz Nechama            Oshmiany          Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony         

Gurevitz Khaia    Dubinowo          Braslaw  Wilno    Poland   1934     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Yehuda*            Braslaw  Braslaw  Wilno    Poland   1926     Page of Testimony          

           

Gurwitz Lieba     Dunilowicze       Postawy             Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurewich Henie   Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland   1915     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Tauba*  Vilna     Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1918     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Arie      Swieciany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1914     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Khaia*                                                              Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Reina    Dubinowo          Braslaw  Wilno    Poland   1936     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Avraham            Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books          

Gurevitz Yehoshua           Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books          

Gurevitz Akiva    Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books     

Gurevitz             Braslaw  Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

Gurevitz Liba      Braslaw  Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

Gurevitz Mordekhai         Dubinowo          Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books     

Gurevitz Khaim   Jody      Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

Gurevitz Mordekhai*        Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Yosefa   Wilna    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1906     Page of Testimony          

           

Gurevitz Moshe   Nowy Swiecian   Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurewice Mordechaj         Gleboka             Glebokie            Wilno    Poland   1892     Page of Testimony         

Gurewich Moshe  Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland   1918     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Miriam  Nowe Swieciany  Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1931     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Mendel  Swenziany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Nakhum            Mejszagola         Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Bela      Mejszagola         Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Yehoshua           Krewa    Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Leib                                                                  Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Feiga*                                                               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Shulamit                                                                       Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Sheina*                                                                         Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Hirsh*                                                               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Yitzkhak            Jody      Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

           

Gurevitz Melekh  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Menukha*                                                                      Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Moshe                                                               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Aharon*                                                                        Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Khaia                                                                Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Khana                                                               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Mordekhai*        Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books          

Gurevitz Slava*   Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books     

Gurevitz Mikhael*           Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books          

Gurevitz Yaakov*            Braslaw  Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

Gurevitz Malka   Dubinowo          Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

Gurevitz Chesiah             Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland   1922     Page of Testimony         

Gurevitz Slava*   Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Rakhel  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1928     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Sara      Widze    Braslaw  Wilno    Poland   1938     Page of Testimony          

           

Gurevitz Bela      Nowy Swiecian   Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Wulf     Poland                                                   Page of Testimony          

Gurwitz Pesia     Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1914     Page of Testimony          

Gurewitz Batja    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1890     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Yedidia                                                              Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Mesel*  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevici Elimeleh            Svir      Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1914     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz Reuven                                                              Page of Testimony          

Gurvich Masha    Minsk   Minsk City        Minsk   Belorussia          1912     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz             Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books     

Gurevitz Ester*   Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books     

Gurevitz Yitzkhak            Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books          

Gurevitz Nakhman           Braslaw  Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

Gurevitz Yaakov*            Dubinowo          Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books     

Gurevitz Unknown           Jody      Braslaw  Wilno    Poland               list of victims from Yizkor books  

           

Gurewitz Simon  Horani               Wilno    Poland   1910     Page of Testimony          

Gorwic Pasa       Olshani  Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland   1890     Page of Testimony          

Gurevici Elimelech          Svir      Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1914     Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Gerson  Kowno  Kaunas              Lithuania           1890     Page of Testimony          

Gorowicz David  Swieciany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1882     Page of Testimony          

Gorowicz Abraham          Swieciany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1910     Page of Testimony         

Gurwicz Rasl      Niemicin            Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1894     Page of Testimony          

Gurevicz Eti       Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1910     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Gruna    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevicz Bela     Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1885     Page of Testimony          

Gurevicz Abraham           Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1904     Page of Testimony          

Legomska Ester   Dunilowicze       Postawy             Wilno    Poland   1890     Page of Testimony          

Gurevicz Elyahu  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1883     Page of Testimony          

Zubalski Taiba    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Shaula  Wilna    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1914     Page of Testimony          

           

Maierowicz Mala             Poland                                       1907     Page of Testimony          

Judin Rahel        Kraslava             Daugavpils         Latgale  Latvia    1883     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Cyla      Niemenczyn        Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1913     Page of Testimony          

Eig Leya            Rakov   Molodeczno        Wilno    Poland   1920     Page of Testimony          

Ruppo Hina        Dunilowicze       Postawy             Wilno    Poland   1908     Page of Testimony          

Taubenfli Elka    Lebedevo           Molodeczno        Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Lichtson Rywka  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1880     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Zacharja             Dubinowo          Braslaw  Wilno    Poland   1907     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Icchak    Niemenczyn        Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1894     Page of Testimony          

Spira Dina          Baranowicze       Baranowicze       Nowogrodek       Poland   1897     Page of Testimony         

Segal Amalia      Janova   Kaunas              Lithuania           1889     Page of Testimony          

Gurwic Rejzel     Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Ronia    Poland                                       1918     Page of Testimony          

Nutes* Guta*      Vilna     Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Cipa      Dubinowo          Braslaw  Wilno    Poland   1905     Page of Testimony          

           

Bernstein Bluma  Antwerpen          Antwerpen                      Belgium                        Page of Testimony         

Gurewicz Henie   Dolhinov           Wilejka  Wilno    Poland   1902     Page of Testimony          

Zelikson Khaia    Dvinsk  Daugavpils         Latgale  Latvia                Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Basza   Grodek  Molodeczno        Wilno    Poland   1900     Page of Testimony          

Zhodzishski Fruma          Soly      Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1870     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Leizer    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1902     Page of Testimony          

Khaye    Kaunas  Kaunas              Lithuania                       Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Szmuel                                                             1888     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Ite         Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1885     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Faiwel   Wilna    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1885     Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Lea      Dunilowicze       Postawy             Wilno    Poland   1888     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Leiser    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurvitsch Samuel            Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1902     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Ididie    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwitsch Frida  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1902     Page of Testimony          

           

Gurvitsh Ilya      Vilnius  Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Heser   Poland                                       1900     Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Ete      Poland                                       1872     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Sheina*  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1905     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Sima     Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Gershon             Wilna    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1887     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Golda    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1918     Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Ester                                                    1914     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Batia     Nowo Swieciany  Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1905     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Aron     Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1903     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Wiera    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1906     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Basia     Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Haim   Grodek  Molodeczno        Wilno    Poland   1898     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Sara      Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gorvitz Benjamin            Wilejka  Wilejka  Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

           

Gurwitz Yankel   Dunilowicze       Postawy             Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwitz Chaikel  Dunilowicze       Postawy             Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwitz Sonia     Dunilowicze       Postawy             Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwitz Ichiel     Dunilowicze       Postawy             Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Tila       Swir      Swieciany          Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwits Wolf      Turmont            Braslaw  Wilno    Poland   1907     Page of Testimony          

Gourevisch Jonais                                                            1892     list of deportation from France      

Gurwicz Faitel                                                    1892     list of deportation from France      

Gurwicz Simon                                                   1905     list of deportation from France      

Gurewitsch Sara  Berlin    Berlin    Berlin    Germany            1875     list of deportation from Berlin      

Gurevicz Bejla    Vilna     Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1909     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Sonia    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Menachem                                                        1886     Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Rachel  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1894     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Leja      Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimo 

           

Rotshtein Esther  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1901     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Jacob     Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1882     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Tewje    Vilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1921     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Avram   Undeciphered      Poland                           1900     Page of Testimony          

Gourevisch Jonais                                                            1892     list of deportation from France      

Gurvic Gdoya                                                                 list of deportation from France      

Gurwicz Majer                                                    1910     list of deportation from France      

Gurvich Miryam  Rakov   Molodeczno        Wilno    Poland   1922     Page of Testimony          

Gurevich Fenya   Lebedewa           Molodeczno        Wilno    Poland   1904     Page of Testimony          

Gurwitsch Chara  Berlin    Berlin    Berlin    Germany            1874     list of deportation from Berlin      

Gurwicz Mendel  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz David    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurwich Zelde    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1885     Page of Testimony          

Gurwicz Sara      Wolozyn            Wolozyn            Nowogrodek       Poland   1890     Page of Testimony         

Solowiej Rachel  Dokszyce           Glebokie            Wilno    Poland   1882     Page of Testimony          

           

Kantor Rachel     Koshidar            Trakai - Kaisiadorys                     Lithuania           1878     Page of Testimony         

Bramnik Merka   Warszawa           Warszawa           Warszawa           Poland   1890     Page of Testimony         

Zaretzki Tzipora*             Soly      Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1878     Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz* Lea     Swieciany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1906     Page of Testimony          

Horowic Yaakov  Smargon            Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Deul Ester          Oszmiana           Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland   1902     Page of Testimony          

Gurwitz Chaskel  Wilna    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Sharfman* Roza*            Vilna     Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1865     Page of Testimony          

Kinkulkin Rachel            Wilna    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Hurwitz Fania     Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Hurwitz Pesie     Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gorodenski Tania            Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1911     Page of Testimony          

Horwic Pesia      Bienica  Molodeczno        Wilno    Poland   1906     Page of Testimony          

Gurwitz Frume    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Beker Perel*       Kornic                           Poland               Page of Testimony          

           

Hurwicz Frajdel   Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Gurevitz* Rivka*            Wilna    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1898     Page of Testimony          

Siskind Chajia    Horani               Wilno    Poland   1915     Page of Testimony          

Hurvitz Sara       Vilna     Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1922     Page of Testimony          

Horwic Eljakim   Bienica  Molodeczno        Wilno    Poland   1905     Page of Testimony          

Hurwitz Grunia   Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Hurwitz Hirshel   Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1888     Page of Testimony          

           

           

Chaime Fania*    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1887     Page of Testimony          

Broida Lea         Olszany  Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1882     Page of Testimony          

Koblentz Ester    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1898     Page of Testimony          

Unknown Feiga   Smorgon            Oszmiana           Wilno    Poland   1890     Page of Testimony          

Gordon Etel        Swieciany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Margolis Chana   Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1896     Page of Testimony          

Alperowicz Pesia             Swenziany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1883     Page of Testimony         

Gordon Ethel      Swieciany          Swieciany          Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Katz Malka         Vishki   Glebokie            Wilno    Poland   1885     Page of Testimony          

Gurewitz Chaja   Nowa Wilejka     Wilno    Wilno    Poland               Page of Testimony          

Lifshitz Rakhil    Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1875     Page of Testimony          

Grodsky Hadasa  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1910     Page of Testimony          

Rachel   Dukszty             Swieciany          Wilno    Poland   1903     Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Chana  Lida      Lida      Nowogrodek       Poland   1920     Page of Testimony          

Gurewicz Adasia  Wilno    Wilno    Wilno    Poland   1910     Page of Testimony          

                       

Vina* Khana       Ponevetz            Panevezys                      Lithuania           1887