Kim Shuck Cowan (email@example.com) March 11, 2008 at 13:54:24
Message: My son and I are researching our family roots. My mother Linda Wayne
Looking for relatives
Posted: 30 Mar 2001 6:52PM
-As far as the Farberman family- you will find them in a near by
Barukh Farberman of Hedera, Israel gave reports for his family to Yad Vashem;
Results of search for victims whose family name (including synonyms)
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Place of Residence (or Place of Birth)
Mirl Farberman was born in Lebedowa. She was a head of household and
Leib aryeh Farberman was born in Lebedev in 1907 to Eliahu and Mirl Guta.
Elijahu Farberman was born in Lebedowa. He was a shoemaker and
FARBERMAN Iudel Abram Head of Household 40
There might have been 2 guys named Baruch Farberman;
By Barukh Tsivony (Farberman) – Haifa
Translated by M. Porat
Edited by Eilat Gordin Levitan
The hamlet was situated on the crossroads amidst the environs
Among the hamlet's craftsmen was the well known tailor; Velvl
Velvl used to sew cloths for the prominent people in the area: for the
Another renowned artisan in Mijeyki was my father "Moyshe der
Our home was small, however our father was firm in his wish to
The principal concern of The Mijeyki Jews was their children's
The Kaminstein's were parents of four boys, all born in Mijeyki. As
A Synagogue was built in the hamlet prior to World War One. The
Three Jewish families lived in Gorodishtshe, 2 Km. from our village.
In Koniushtshina village, 6 Km from Mijeyki three families settled, in
During the brutal storm of the holocaust all those souls of the
Hi how are you?
this is Asher Frankel
on the website of lebedvar- I actually found my Great Grandfather!
he was the Butcher of the town
This was my grandfather's town ; Lebedevo
He left around 1905 and brought his sister over in 1911 (my great aunt). I learned about the town while visiting relatives in Poland. By the way, we are not Jewish. This site showed me what happened in this small town on 24 July 1942, 949 people massacred. I assume this was done by the SS Special Action Units and the people killed were Jews. This makes me sick. I knew such things had happened in the Minsk area, but this is not like reading it in a history book. It’s now kind of personal. I felt ties to this town, but now this is what I will remember. I have Jewish friends in New York here who came from the area, my age. We were lucky not to be living there at the time. My father died three years ago, I wonder what he would say about this. They always say we should never forget, I don’t think I will forget this. My sympathy to anyone who lost family members in this senseless slaughter.
|From: Angela's Gmail <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, Sep 21, 2015
Your site on Lebedevo is amazing and full of wonderful information. I am a descendant of a family from Lebedev. My grandfather Tuvia/Tobias Golub was born there in 1881. He left for England in about 1900 and unfortunately never wanted to talk about his life there so I was fascinated to see your photos and read the stories.
I now live in Jerusalem and have recently started investigating my roots so would love to hear from you.
Gmar Hatima Tova
Angelar nee Globe
On the site for Lebedevo There are many pictures of the Jews who lived there pre 1941 (before the war). http://www.eilatgordinlevitan.com/lebedevo/lebedevo.html
My name is Yury. I grew up in Belarus, in Molodetchno. I have seen your website about Lebedevo, it is very interesting and I liked to read the stories of these people very much. I’m very interested in Lebedevo because it is a unique place where people of various religions lived together. And I’am also interested, because my grandfather is from the village “Grudki” near Lebedevo. I am interested in history and in genealogy. That’s why I would like to know, whether you have any information about who lived where, which part of town was Jewish, where were the stores and where was the synagogue. Do you have such information?
If you want I could also do something for you, maybe try to find out something you forgot to ask when you were in Lebedevo. In August I’ll go there, so if you have questions I’d be glad to help.
Hope to read from you soon